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East Side Buildings
Name
Moniker
Commons
North
CMN
Commons
South
CMS
Commons
West
CMW
Courtyard
CTY
EAO Phone: 312-355-6500 or 5-6500
Address: 700 S. Halsted
South Side Buildings
Name
Moniker
Address
Desk
Phone
Thomas
Beckham
Hall
TBH
1250 S.
Halsted
5-6100
James
Stukel
Towers
JST
718 W.
Rochford
5-6000
Marie
Robinson
Hall
MRH
811 W.
Maxwell
5-6200
West Side Buildings
Name
Moniker
Address
Polk Street PSR
Residence
1933 W.
Polk St.
Single
SSR
Student
Residence
809 S.
Damen
Student
SRH
Residence
Hall
1933 W.
Polk St.
West Area Office (WAO) Desk Phone: 1-312-355-6400 or 5-6400
East Campus Staff
 Quiana
Stone Area Coordinator - East
 Natasia Bongcas RD-CMN/S
 Briana Davis RD- CTY
 Spencer Long RD- CMW
 Regina Jones Housing Administrator
 Charles McPherson Faculty in Residence
 Amie Schuck Faculty in Residence –
West Campus Staff
 Keith
Cosentino Area Coordinator
 Taniesha Prentice Resident Director
 Jacob Hughes Resident Director
 Lenore Bass Housing Officer - West
 Darryl Sturdivant Custodial Staff Supervisor
 Kay Gonzalez Faculty in Residence
 Memoona Hasnain Faculty in Residence
 Heather Risser Faculty in Residence
South Campus Staff
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Victoria Kathrein Area Coordinator - South 5-6008 [email protected]
Trenton Dunn Resident Director - JST 5-6013 [email protected]
Casey LaBarbera Resident Director - JST 5-6006 [email protected]
Nije Lane Resident Director - TBH 5-6009 [email protected]
Abigail Van Anden Resident Director - MRH 5-6007 [email protected]
Jasmine Banner-Hubbard ARD - Conduct 5-6010 [email protected]
Rolanda Geddis Housing Officer - South 5-6005 [email protected]
Gino Nigro Housing Officer - Facilities 5-6111 [email protected]
Deborah Taylor Custodial Staff Supervisor 5-6109 [email protected]
Jozmon Wilson Foreman 5-6115 [email protected]
Tom Glenn Visiting Scholar [email protected]
Nicholas Carlson Faculty in Residence - JST 6-5307 [email protected]
Hui-Ching Chang Faculty in Residence - JST 3-8661 [email protected]
Rob Kemp Faculty in Residence - TBH 6-4854 [email protected]
William Kohler Faculty in Residence - MRH 6-5145 [email protected]
Vincent Doan Desk Manager - JST 5-6011 [email protected]
London Dogget Desk Manager - MRH 5-6206 [email protected]
Keila Stokes Desk Manager - TBH 5-6100 [email protected]
Central Housing Staff
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Susan Teggatz Director of Housing
Priscilla Velarde Wilson Associate Director for Residence
Life
Nick Ardinger Ass't Dir. for Marketing & Assessment
Matthew Miller Assistant Director for IT
Matthew Debelak IT Coordinator
John Bruch Assistant Director for Facilities
Marcus Weemes AC - Administration and Operations
Lauren Finlon Marketing Coordinator
Matt Brands Multimedia Coordinator
Graphics 312-355-6324 OR email
[email protected]
Counseling Center
Counseling Center provides diverse services to help students deal with
stress, handle a crisis or trauma, cope with the transition to college,
gain strength from gender and cultural identity, or manage serious
mental illness and many other issues. Our counselors can help students
increase resilience and positive well-being by developing effective
coping and problem-solving skills. The Counseling Center is supported
by the Health Service Fee as assessed to all students enrolled at the
university and therefore enrolled students are eligible for Counseling
Center mental health services without additional cost.
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SSB 2010
Tel: (312) 996-3490
http://www.vcsa.uic.edu/MainSite/departments/counseling_center
/home/
Dean of Students
Our mission is to provide a student-centered, learning
environment that offers support, advocacy, and resources
which contribute to student success.
The Office of the Dean of Students offers the following services
for students:
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Campus Liaison for Religious Workers Association
Student Advocacy Services
Student Conduct Process
Student Legal Services
Student Mediation Center
Student Ombuds Services
Student Governance Advising
Student Veteran Affairs
Dean of Students Cont.
 Located
in SSB 3030
 (312) 996-4857 (phone)
 http://www.vcsa.uic.edu/MainSite/depart
ments/dean_of_students/home/
Office of Student Financial Aid
(OFSA)
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The OSFA administers an array of federal, state
and institutional programs. If students are in need
of financial assistance, they are highly
encouraged to complete the necessary
paperwork by the appropriate deadlines. OFSA is
designed to provide information about types and
sources of financial aid, deadlines, how to contact
staff, and links to other important resources
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Located in SSB
(312) 996-3126
http://www.vcsa.uic.edu/MainSite/departments/fi
nancial_aid/home/
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Student Leadership Development
and Volunteer Services (SLDVS)
SLDVS helps students to learn and serve through cocurricular opportunities designed to cultivate
awareness of community needs and inspire
advocacy for social justice through the
development of personal and professional
leadership abilities rooted in h3 academic
foundations and unique intellectual perspectives.
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390 SCE
312 996-4500
http://www.vcsa.uic.edu/MainSite/departments/st
udent_development_services/sub_sldvs/home/
Wellness Center
The Mission of the Wellness Center is to support
student learning, academic success and retention
by providing wellness services that promote healthy
attitudes and behaviors, empower students to make
informed choices, and enhance holistic wellbeing.
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Located in SCE 238
Phone: (312) 413-2120
http://www.vcsa.uic.edu/MainSite/departments/st
udent_development_services/sub_wellness_center
/home/
Academic Center for
Excellence (ACE)
A learning center for all UIC students where they can
take an academic skills course, meet one on one
with an academic coach, learn about study abroad
opportunities, talk with ESL specialists, browse online
library of study strategies
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in SSB 2900
 Phone: 312-413-0031
 http://www.uic.edu/depts/ace/
African American Academic
Network (AAAN)
Our mission is to increase the recruitment, retention, and
graduation rates of African American students. In keeping with
that focus, AAAN is also committed to establishing an inclusive
and supportive campus environment. AAAN sponsors academic,
social and cultural activities to encourage student engagement.
 Located
in SSB 2800
 http://www.uic.edu/depts/aaan/index.sh
tml
 (312) 996-5040
Latin American Recruitment
and Educational Services
(LARES)
LARES is a recruitment and academic assistance program
at the University of Illinois at Chicago. It was established to
recruit, advise and provide educational assistance to
Latino students at both the high school and college levels.
LARES was primarily designed to assist Latino students who
are interested in pursuing higher education and who are in
need of guidance and support.
 Located
in SSB 2640
 http://www.lares.uic.edu
 312.996.3356
Native American Support
Program
The Native American Support Program (NASP) strives
to increase the enrollment, retention and graduation
rates of Native American students. NASP fosters a
climate supportive of positive experiences for Native
American students at the University of Illinois at
Chicago and within the Native communities.
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Location: SSB 2700
(312) 996-4515
http://www.vcsa.uic.edu/MainSite/departments/n
ative_american_support_program/home/
UIC Police
 1140
S Morgan Street
 Emergency: 5-5555
 Non-emergency: 6-2830
 http://www.uic.edu/depts/police/index.h
tml
UIC Parking Services
Offices
East Customer Service Office (MC 047)
SSB Student Services Building
1200 West Harrison Street Room 2620
Chicago, IL 60607
Phone: (312) 413-9020
Fax: (312) 413-9019
West Customer Service Office (MC 579)
SCW Student Center West
828 South Wolcott Ave Room B5A
Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: (312) 413-5850
Fax: (312) 413-5812
Administration Office (MC 044)
WSPS Wood Street Parking Structure
1100 South Wood Street Room 122
Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: (312) 413-5800
Fax: (312) 413-5840
24-Hour Enforcement Dispatch Office
Phone: (312) 355-0555
Things to do in Chicago
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http://www.thelocaltourist.com/thingstodo/
http://www.chicagotraveler.com/things-to-do.htm
http://gochicago.about.com/od/chicagoactivities/Thin
gs_to_Do_in_Chicago.htm
http://www.chicago.com/things_to_do/
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Highlights:
Second City & Old Town
 Lincoln Park
 Wrigleyville
 Broadway in Chicago
 Beaches
 Navy Pier
 Shopping on Michigan Avenue
 Much, much more!
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Workout Facilities – on campus
Student Recreational Facility (East)
312-413-5150
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Sports & Fitness Facility (West)
312-413-5260
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Hours of Operations
Monday – Friday
6:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday 10:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm – 8:00pm

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