Summer Sessions 2014
The University Bookstore is the main outlet for textbooks, general interest books, school supplies, art supplies,
and other student needs. The store also has a vast array of SUNY Fredonia imprinted
merchandise. For additional information, please call 716.673.3417, ext. 6295 or visit
www.sunyfredoniabookstore.com for all your textbook and SUNY Fredonia imprinted merchandise needs.
CAREER DEVELOPMENT OFFICE
The Career Development Office provides services to assist with career choice, career
planning, internships, job search, and admission to graduate school. Career counseling,
internship and job search advising, resume and cover letter critiques, and videotaped
practice interviews are offered by professional counselors. Information about occupations,
internships, employment opportunities, and graduate schools is located in the resource
area. Visit the office on the second floor of Gregory Hall, view the Career Development
Office Website at www.fredonia.edu/cdo or call 716.673.3327 to schedule an appointment.
CHILD CARE SERVICES
The Campus & Community Children's Center provides convenient on-campus child care
services during the summer. The Early Childhood Program, for children age 2-5 operates
year-round with some extra openings during the summer. The Summer Day Camp Program
for school age children (5-12 years) operates from late June - August. Our summer
programs offer a full range of indoor and outdoor activities designed for age-appropriate
fun! Fees are based on a sliding scale and space is limited. Please call 716.673.4662
after April 1 to register your child, or write:
Summer Program Registration
Campus & Community Children's Center
Fredonia, New York 14063
DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES FOR STUDENTS
Students who require reasonable accommodations to access Summer Sessions courses should
contact Adam Hino, Coordinator Disability Support Services for Students (DSS). To ensure that accommodations
are provided in a timely manner, it is recommended that students contact the DSS office
as soon as possible. Students requesting services must provide documentation of a
disability to the DSS office to determine eligibility. Please visit Disability Support Services for Students.
Located in LoGrasso Hall, the Student Health Center at The State University of New York at Fredonia provides currently enrolled Fredonia
students with confidential primary care of acute illness and injury, health education,
immunizations, preventative health, and laboratory services. Its mission is to enhance
the educational process and personal development of Fredonia students by providing
quality health care and promoting an optimal level of health and wellness in a caring
atmosphere that respects their unique qualities as individuals.
The Student Health Center is open daily Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. When the
Center is not open or if needed, emergency care is always available at Brooks Memorial
Hospital, located at 529 Central Avenue in Dunkirk, approximately three miles from
campus. For any emergency on-campus or when an ambulance is needed, University Police
should be called at 673-3333. If there is an emergency off-campus, dial 911. All
services provided outside the Student Health Center, such as outpatient laboratories,
x-rays, and emergency room visits are the student's responsibility, and are not covered
by the student health fee.
In order to use the library, students must have a proper identification card. Obtain
this card from the FSA Office during regular business hours, Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m.- noon, 12:30-4 p.m.
in Gregory Hall. Bring proof of registration.
Students using Reed Library will need a valid FREDCard (student I.D.) in order to
use library services or check out library materials. The library Web page www.fredonia.edu/library provides access to our catalog, announcements, and other resources. These electronic
resources are available 24 hours a day. Students can renew library materials before
they are overdue by calling 716.673.3184 or by signing in to the Reed Library Catalog
and accessing their account.
For information about the Media Center, located on the second floor of Thompson Hall,
please visit www.fredonia.edu/its/multimedia/mediacenter.
Except for posted restricted areas, parking lots on campus are available to students,
college employees and visitors. Only campus visitors may park in those areas designated
for visitors. University employees and students enrolled in regular semesters are
required to obtain parking stickers. Visitors and students enrolled in Summer Sessions
are not required to obtain permits. However, anyone parking in violation of regulations
(in traffic lanes, near fire hydrants, on lawns, in restricted areas) will be subject
to penalty. Cars parked in tow away zones will be towed away. For clarification of
rules and regulations, please visit www.fredonia.edu/upd/ParkingRegulations.asp.
For information about the Blue Devil Fitness Center and Natatorium, please visit www.fredonia.edu/athletics.
For veterans information please contact the Veterans Affairs Office, McGinnies Hall 716.673.3423.
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