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Community Services and Policies/Regulations
- Student Employment Handbook
For information on student employment at Susquehanna University, please click here.
- WebSU Instructions
For directions on how to use WebSU, please click here.
- Blough-Weis Library
The Blough-Weis Library is a center for study and research and is open 104 hours per week during fall and spring semesters. This facility has online access to thousands of journal articles; over 330,000 books, DVDs and CDs, a student lounge and spaces for group and quiet study. Wireless laptops can be borrowed for use in the library. As an added service, lockers are available to rent for a small, returnable deposit. Librarians and other staff members are available to assist students in their academic pursuits.
Students are expected to use the resources responsibly and to properly check out materials they wish to borrow. To maximize availability of the collections, security measures are in place, which include door alarms on non-approved exits, and checking of backpacks and briefcases. Unauthorized removal or mutilation of library materials could result in prosecution and/or disciplinary proceedings. Fees are charged for all materials that are overdue and/or damaged by borrowers and for all lost items. At the end of each semester, library fees are sent to the university’s Business Office and applied to each student’s account. Smoking and pets are not permitted in the library. Loud conversations in person or on cell phones are discouraged out of consideration for others.
- Campus Center Mailroom
The Campus Center Mailroom is located in the lower level of the Degenstein Campus Center across from the bookstore. Each student is assigned a mailbox which will remain the same during your four year enrollment at SU. Students should use their box number when giving their SU address so that their mail will not be delayed in processing.
Student mailing addresses while at the university will be as follows:
1858 Weber Way, S [your box #] (example: S104)
Selinsgrove, PA 17870
Receiving FedEx, UPS, DHL & USPS Packages:
A parcel card will be placed in the student’s mailbox or an e-mail notification will be sent to his or her SU e-mail address depending on whether a signature is required for pick up. Upon receiving notification please come to the mailroom door to pick up your parcel.
The mailroom provides most of the services available at the U.S. Post Office on a cash only basis and cannot make change for anything larger than a 20-dollar bill. It stocks priority and express boxes, envelopes, packaging tape, CD mailers and packaging supplies for all USPS shipments.
The mailroom can mail out packages weighing up to 20 pounds. If the packages are heavier they must be mailed out through the Outgoing Mailroom in the Admissions House. Any organizations charging a mailing to an account number must also use the Outgoing Mailroom.
Academic Year Hours:
Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to12:00 p.m.
For additional information please visit our Web site.
- Campus Bookstore
Located in the Degenstein Campus Center– Lower Level
The Campus Bookstore is located on the lower level of the Degenstein Campus Center. Regular hours during the fall and spring semesters are Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Store hours will vary due to on campus activities, holidays, Back to School, etc., and will be posted in-store and on our Web page.
The bookstore is also available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at its Web site.
The bookstore stocks a standard supply of school supplies, clothing and health and beauty aids, as well as textbooks.
MasterCard, VISA, Discover and American Express are accepted with proper ID.
- The Garrett Sports & Fitness Complex
The facilities are open to all students, faculty and staff and a limited number of private memberships. Rules and regulations regarding the use of the gymnasium, field house, fitness center, racquetball courts and pool may be obtained from the Athletics Office, located on the upper level on the west side of the building. Rules governing men and women’s intramurals may also be obtained from the Intramural/Recreation office, located on the lower level.
- Regulations Governing Eligibility for Intercollegiate Athletics
- To be eligible to complete in intercollegiate athletics at Susquehanna University, a student must be a full-time, regularly enrolled student. The student’s status must be in accordance with the rules of eligibility set forth by the NCAA. Additionally, he or she must meet the standards set by the university and the Athletic Department for academics, personal conduct and squad codes.
- Transfer students: All transfer students should check their eligibility status with the Athletic Director.
- In all matters of eligibility, Susquehanna shall be governed by the rules of the NCAA and the Landmark Conference, Centennial Conference (football and women's golf only), and Empire 8 Conference (men's golf only).
Updated: 5/27/10, PS
- Lore Degenstein Gallery
The Lore Degenstein Gallery, located just beyond the main entrance of the Degenstein Campus Center across from the theater, welcomes all students, faculty and staff, as well as the entire Susquehanna community.
All students are invited to attend Exhibition Opening events and visit the Gallery at their leisure.
The Gallery is dedicated to providing exhibitions that encourage further insight into our artistic culture and that of others around the world.
There are five different exhibitions throughout the academic year. Please see advertisements for exhibition dates in the e-newsletter and The Crusader. The Gallery is closed for approximately two weeks between exhibitions to allow for de-installation of the former and installation of the new.
Updated:L 6/9/10, DO