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e-journals, and 150 databases. Over 1,800,000 items are included in the Abilene Library

Consortium shared catalog of the collections of HSU, Abilene Christian University, McMurry

University, Howard Payne University, and the Abilene Public Library. A reciprocal agreement

among these libraries provides students the use of every collection.

TECHNOLOGY

The libraries provide computers in collaborative and single user settings as well as networked

printers, wireless connectivity, scanners, projectors, audio players, video players, copiers in color

and black and white, lamination services and telefax.

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Check out period on HSU items is one month with a current HSU ID.

S

TUDENT

S

ERVICES

The university provides a number of services to students. Among these are the various student

activities, library privileges, and student publications.

Student activities include intercollegiate athletic contests, productions of the Van Ellis Theater,

various on-campus activities, lectures, student organizations, and student publications. The three

publications are the Brand, a student newspaper; the Corral, an annual magazine; and the Bronco,

the university yearbook.

Medical Services

The university maintains an out-patient clinic staffed by a registered nurse. Free treatment at the

clinic includes dispensing non-prescription medications and assistance in making an appointment

to see a physician if necessary. Hendrick Medical Center is two blocks from campus and is quickly

available should an emergency arise. Students needing regular allergy injections may receive them

at the Student Health Office with a physician’s authorization, a signed release form, and a small

syringe fee. The Student Health Office is located in room 208 Moody Center. The University is

not responsible for medical bills and does not supply prescription drugs or personal nursing care.

Career Services

The university offers career counseling, career testing, and job search assistance. These services

are available to current students, graduates, and alumni who are in career or job transition. The

Career Services Office is located on the second floor of Moody Center.

Internet Access

Students agree to abide by the Internet Code of Ethics (a copy is reprinted on page 139 of this

catalog). A technology fee is assessed for the service.