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This office sponsors many activities for the campus community. The Activities Director serves as co-moderator of the Student Government Association and the advisor of the University yearbook, Familogue. The Activities Office facilitates the selection of student mentors for the one-credit First-Year Experience course, a collaborative program between Academic Affairs and Student Services. The activities Director's Office is located in the Campus Center, Room 206. The telephone number is 215-637-7700, ext. 3281.
Athletic programs are available on the intercollegiate and recreational level for Holy Family students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Intercollegiate sports for men include basketball, cross-country, golf, and soccer; intercollegiate sports for women include basketball, cross-country, soccer, softball, tennis, and volleyball. Recreational opportunities include the use of the state-of-the-art fitness center and weight room, as well as basketball, soccer, and volleyball as intramural activities.
The Campus Ministry offers many opportunities to greet God within ourselves and others by providing liturgies, prayer services, quiet prayer time, scripture sharing, retreats, reconciliation, counseling, and social justice activities. The Campus Ministry Office is located in the Campus Center, Room 224. The telephone number is 215-637-7700, ext. 3261. Please call for information.
The Careers Center provides career-related counseling to students and alumni of Holy Family University. Information is available in hard copy and on line about career choices, the job search, academic majors, and graduate and professional schools. Job listings are available in the Careers Center, on line , and by e-mail to student and alumni subscribers. Job fairs, on-campus recruitment, and special events are scheduled throughout the academic calendar. State-of-the-art, computer-assisted career guidance is also available to students. A credential file will be established for any senior who registers for this service. The Career Center is located in the Campus Center, Room 216-218. The Careers Center can be reached by calling 215-637-7700, ext. 3223, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
The Counseling Center is dedicated to helping students deal with issues that might affect their academic performance and/or sense of personal well-being. Professional staff members are available by appointment to assist students with short-term, personal, and vocational counseling and referral assistance. The Counseling Center also offers support groups and workshops on a variety of topics, including stress management, relations,communication, grief support, etc. The Counseling Center is located in the Campus Center, Room 220-222. The telephone number is 215-637-7700, ext. 3232. Please call or stop in to schedule an appointment.
Dining Services oversees the Tiger Café, located in the lower level of the Campus Center, as well as the Cub Café in the lower level of the Education Technology Center. Both are operated by Williamson Hospitality, a leader in leisure dining and catering with over 60 years of experience standing behind their commitment to quality, service, and uncompromising excellence. The Tiger Café offers complete hot meals, a salad bar, cold-cut sandwiches, soups, snacks, beverages, and desserts. Your options in the Cub Café are light grab-and-go meals, snacks, and beverages.
Disabilities Services for Students
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Holy Family University provides reasonable accommodations to otherwise qualified students. All students requesting disability accommodations must contact the Disabilities Services Office for information on policies and procedures relating to documentation and accommodations. The Disabilities Services is located in the Counseling Center, Room 220-222 of the Campus Center. For questions or to schedule an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A registered nurse is on duty and can be reached by beeper from any University office or through the University switchboard operator. The nurse provides first aid, response to emergencies, nursing assessments, blood pressure and weight determinations, pregnancy tests, consultation, health insurance information for full-time and part-time students of any age, and referrals to other Holy family offices or outside agencies. The Health Services Center is located on the ground floor of the Campus Center, Room G-7. The telephone number is 215-637-7700, ext. 3262.
The Residence Life program at Holy Family extends the learning experience beyond the classroom to create a well-rounded education that fosters a student's personal development. Two distinct residential-living experiences are provided: a residence hall and independent apartments. For more information, contact the Office of Residence Life, located in Room 208 in the Campus Center. The telephone number is 215-637-7700, ext. 3204. In case of an emergency or at times outside of regular office hours, contact the Department of Public Safety at 267-341-3361 .
The University maintains a 24-hour security service. In an emergency, the Department of Public Safety can be reached via the University operator (dial 0 on an internal, University phone, or dial 215-637-7700 off campus). When the switchboard is closed, security can be reached by calling 267-341-3361. This service is for emergencies only, not casual communication.
The Office of Special Services helps students, faculty, and staff arrange meetings, conferences, and special events such as parties and other activities related either to academics or leisure-time pursuits. Please contact this office to reserve rooms and other facilities for such activities.
The bookstore, the dining services department, and the company that maintains the vending machines are independent contractors. The Office of Special Services acts as a liaison between Holy family University and these contractors. Students should bring any concerns or questions about these contractors to the Office of Special Services.
The Office of Special Services helps place volunteers with local agencies providing educational and social services. The Director also serves as the moderator of the S.A.Y.S. (Students At Your Service) organization, a student community-service organization supporting on-campus activities and off-campus programs. It seeks students to volunteer their time and share their gifts with others.
The Office of Special Services is located in the Campus Center, Room 214. S.A.Y.S. can be reached by calling 215-281-0922 or by sending an e-mail to SAYS@holyfamily.edu for more information.
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