Supplies needed for regular office and classroom functioning may be requisitioned by individuals, offices or divisions. Purchase Request and Supply Requisition Forms are available in the mail room or from Business Office personnel. Certain items, such as toner cartridges for laser printers, are bulk ordered by the Office of Educational Technology Support and charged to the respective office or division when requested. Purchases are subject to budget constraints. All personnel are urged to be conservative in their use of supplies. Questions regarding securing of needed supplies may be directed to division directors or to the Business Office.
Personnel may purchase items for their offices through the college bookstore by using the Textbooks, Etc. Department Requisition form available in the bookstore.
Photocopying and Printing
A photocopier is located in the Wallace Administration Building. This machine is for the use of faculty and staff in duplication necessary for instruction and other college work. All personnel are urged to be conservative in the use of photocopiers. Photocopies made for personal use are so identified in a log kept in the photocopier room. These copies are billed monthly to the respective individuals.
U.S. Mail and Internal Notices
Mailboxes for faculty and staff are located in the Business Office. Incoming mail is received at the Rainsville post office and delivered to the boxes daily when the College is open. College business outgoing mail may be deposited in the drop box located on the mailbox wall.
All professional employees of the College should have an active college email account. Any employee of the College may obtain an email address by contacting the Office of Educational Technology Support. In addition to network access on campus, email accounts may be accessed online via the NACC website. A campus email directory is available on the college website. Most email addresses use the following format: email@example.com.
Student help for clerical duties and instructor aid is available through the Federal Work-Study Program, administered by the Director of Financial Aid. The assigned supervisor is obligated to supervise the student worker and report on the proper form the hours worked each month. The forms are submitted to the Financial Aid Office as specified by that office.
Repairs, adjustment of furniture or equipment, and janitorial needs should be reported on a Service Request form and sent to the Director of the Physical Plant.
Kahva Café, managed by the College, is located in the north side of the NACC Student Center in the dining area. The café offers coffee and tea selections and a variety of snacks and is open to personnel, students, and visitors.
The cafeteria, also located in the Student Center, serves meals, short-order items, and snacks and is open to personnel, students, and visitors. The cafeteria is independently managed.
Notaries public are located in the following offices: Business, Vice President/Dean of Instruction, Financial Aid, MIS, the President, and Workforce Development. Notary services are free to personnel.
Use of Facilities
Institutional Use. Faculty groups or student groups sponsored by faculty or staff members may use facilities of the College by seeking approval from the Vice President/Dean of Instruction and the President. The Activity Request form, available in the mail room or from the Office of the Vice President/Dean of Instruction, is used for making the request.
Civic and community groups to which faculty or staff members belong hold meetings occasionally on campus. Personnel should obtain approval for such meetings, using the Activity Request form. Events should be scheduled as far in advance as possible to avoid conflicts. A Calendar of Events is maintained on the College website.
Non-institutional Use. The temporary use of space or equipment for non-institutional purposes may be approved by the President or a designee; however, institutional needs shall supersede all others. To request the use of college facilities for non-institutional purposes, an Activity Request form must be submitted to the Office of the Vice President/Dean of Instruction. The responsibility for damage shall be assumed by the user. Adequate liability insurance carried by the user may be required by the College prior to the event naming the College as an “additional insured.” The use of facilities shall be compatible with the philosophy, functions, and objectives of the College (SBE Policy 512.01, 05/22/08).
Computer Priority and Availability
Personal computer facilities are provided to each administrative office, full-time instructor, adjunct instructor, and department. Each administrative office has its own personal computer systems utilized only by personnel within that office. In addition, computer labs with personal computing equipment are located in the Health Education and Pendley Administration buildings and within numerous individual departments. Computer-based student testing labs are available in the skills training lab and in the Center for College Success. Wireless internet access is available throughout campus, both indoors and out.
Public computer and internet access is available in the Learning Resources Center. Access to academic and administrative computing facilities is not available to anyone who is neither an employee nor an active student except by express written permission of the President of the College.
The Computer Technology Acceptable Use Policy, including the Wireless Internet Policy, is available at http://www.nacc.edu/assessment/handbook/sectionVIII_computer_technology.htm.
The Peer-to-Peer File Sharing and Illegal Downloading Policy is available at http://www.nacc.edu/assessment/handbook/sectionVIII_peer_to_peer.htm.
Certain areas near each building are reserved for faculty and staff parking. These areas are marked with red curbs. Handicapped parking is designated in blue.
All students, faculty, and staff are required to register their automobiles or motor-driven cycles and obtain parking hang tags. These hang tags are free and may be obtained from the Admissions Office or the Campus Police Office.
Campus traffic regulations are published annually in the Student Handbook.
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