Art Dept FAQ
Fact Sheet for Students in
Department of Art Courses
All students are responsible for the following information
BUILDING HOURS, SECURITY AND GENERAL POLICIES: The Department of Art's Regis Center is typically open to undergraduate students Monday through Friday, 7 am to 11 pm and Saturdays 7am-8pm. The building is closed Sundays. A security monitor patrols the Regis Center from 11 pm to 2 am, Monday through Saturday. Undergrads who need to work beyond 11 pm must be in the building at 11 pm with a signed after-hours pass. At least 2 students must work together in the same area to obtain an after-hours pass. Undergrads are not allowed in the Regis Center after 2 am or on Sundays. The security monitor enforces this policy.
NO SMOKING, PETS, ROLLERBLADES, SKATEBOARDS or BICYCLES are allowed in the Regis Center. Persons under 18 years of age are not allowed in University classrooms where hazardous materials are present unless the minor is enrolled in a University class with a lab component or is accompanied at all times by an adult who works in the lab.
FOR ALL EMERGENCIES (ambulance, fire, police): Dial 9-1-1 and contact the Art Office or Mark Knierim, Facility and Research Tech. Coordinator. (6-2264)
CAMPUS ESCORT SERVICE: Security escorts are available 24 hours daily during the term. Dial 624-WALK.
DEPARTMENT OFFICE HOURS: The Department of Art main office, E201, is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. The office does not close during finals week or semester breaks.
ADVISING HOURS: The Department of Art adviser, Cindy Cribbs, is available for walk-in advising in E223 Regis Center, Monday through Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Advising hours may change during finals and semester breaks; changes will be posted. Phone: 625-1848 and email: email@example.com
FIRST DAY ATTENDANCE POLICY: Registered students arriving more than 15 minutes late on the first day of class may lose their place in the course at the discretion of the instructor.
PERMISSION NUMBERS: All class permission numbers expire at the end of the second week of classes. After the second week you must go to your college office for electronic approval.
DISABILITY ACCESS: Reasonable accommodations will be provided for students with physical, sensory, systemic, cognitive, learning or psychiatric disabilities.
LOCKER INFORMATION: Students registered in an art class can rent a locker in the Regis Center for the semester or the year. Lockers are available for a fee through the equipment check-out offices in the East or West building (W139 or E133).
STUDENT COMPLAINTS: The Department of Art tries makes a good-faith effort to help students resolve their complaints. The following administrative staff and faculty are available for confidential conferences. Cindy Cribbs, Adviser, 625-1848; Evonne Lindberg, Associate Administrator, 624-0339.
PORTFOLIO/STUDENT WORK PICK-UP FOLLOWING EXAMS: Instructors and students must make specific arrangements for the return of student work after finals. All work must be removed from the Regis Center typically about a week after finals each semester.