Room assignments pertaining to scheduled courses and/or special events will be posted on the bulletin boards around campus and on the internet at http://www.wilmu.edu/registrar/courseoffering/
The computer lab for student use is available on the ground floor, room PEO030 of the Peoples Library Building during scheduled hours. Copy machines for student use are available in the library during regular library hours and the Alumni Center during the University's regular hours of operation at the New Castle Campus. Students at Dover (302-734-2594), Dover AFB (302-674-8726), Georgetown (302-856-5780), Rehoboth Beach (302-227-6295) and the Graduate Center (302-655-5400) should contact their site office regarding use of computer labs and copy machines.
The UIC is your primary stop for all of your general questions or issues. The well trained generalists can help you obtain information regarding a variety of areas within the University. The UIC is located on the first floor of the DAC Building. You can also contact the UIC by phone at 302-356-INFO or 877-967-5464, by email at email@example.com, or via chat through Wilmington University's Contact Us webpage.
The hours of operation are 8:30am-6:00pm Monday through Thursday and 8:30am-4:30pm on Friday. After hours you can leave a voicemail and the UIC will call you back promptly.
Evening receptionists are on duty Monday through Friday 4:30-9:30pm in the Audrey K. Doberstein Admissions Center (DAC), the Peoples Library building, the Alumni Center, and the Wilson Graduate Center to accommodate students' special needs. Messages for instructors and students and/or mail to the other Divisions or Colleges of the University may be left in one of these workstations. If the evening receptionist cannot accommodate a student's need, the student will be directed to the appropriate office staff person available during regular business hours.
Students may receive photo identification cards and validation stickers at the University Information Center (UIC) office on the ground floor of the Admissions and Classroom Center at the New Castle campus or in the main office of the site of attendance. A card is necessary for library privileges, to receive student discounts, and to participate in student activities. Lending this card to anyone is in violation of University regulations. Loss of this card should be reported immediately to the Office of Student Affairs.
Each student is responsible for his/her own personal health insurance coverage.
It is illegal to park in fire lanes. It is also illegal to park in spaces reserved for the handicapped without the appropriate tag. Violators are subject to being towed and/or ticketed.
A Student who seeks an appeal of a problem in a course or with a final grade should follow the process listed under Section III, "Academic Complaint or Appeal of a Final Course Grade." A Student with a concern or complaint of any other nature should speak with someone in the Office of Student Affairs.
In the event of a major snow storm or other emergency, school closings will be announced on the University website, local television stations, and on local radio stations. Students may also call the Weather Hotline at (302) 356-6701. During inclement weather, students must use their own judgment as to whether they can make it to class without jeopardizing their own safety or the safety of others.
The Security Office at the New Castle Campus is located in the Alumni Center. Security officers are on duty at all times.
Dover, Georgetown, and Dover AFB and the Wilson Graduate Center sites each have separate security staffs and regulations. For more information, please refer to the Wilmington University Security Plan.
Wilmington University owned properties are designated as smoke free. Learn more about Operation Breathe Easy, the University's smoking policy.
There are lounge areas in the Pratt Student Center, the Alumni Center, the Peoples Library, the Admissions and Classroom center, and at each site. The lounges house sofas, a television, VCR, and tables and chairs for doing homework.
The use of cellular telephones, pagers/beepers are prohibited in the classroom, library and labs. Prior to entering these areas all telephones and pagers should be turned off or set on vibration.
Children are not allowed in the classroom and should not be left unattended while on campus.