Campus Offices and Services

The institution provides many services to meet students' needs for information or assistance. Most College offices are open Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. during the regular academic year.

Division of Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs strives to advance the educational mission of the College by recognizing, affirming, and promoting the development of the whole student in a campus climate that is at the same time challenging and supportive.

By creating conditions, fostering environments, and developing programs and services that facilitate all facets of student development, the division encourages students to fully realize their educational experience both in and out of the classroom, while promoting our shared values of scholarship, engagement, global perspective, citizenship, diversity, character, personal accountability, personal well-being, and continuous learning.

Student Affairs is the umbrella organization for programs and services in the areas of residence life, leadership development, Greek life, counseling, career development, religious life, community service, healthcare services, developmental programming, concerns with alcohol and other drugs, student activities, student conduct, campus safety, campus governance, orientation, summer conferences, and academic camps.


Office of Student Affairs
1301 Main Street
610 861-1503

The Office of Student Affairs houses the vice president for student affairs, who coordinates activities of the division, and professional staff for housing, residence life, and Greek life.



Academic Support Center
Monocacy Hall
610 861-1401

The Academic Support Center provides academic advising support for all undergraduate day division students and academic assistance to students who are experiencing academic difficulty, who wish to maximize academic performance, and to students with disabilities. Through individual and group programming, students are given the opportunity to enhance time management and study skills. The Academic Support Center coordinates a faculty referral system, a program of midterm academic intervention for students at risk for course failure, and the Student Advisor program for the First-Year Seminar. The Academic Support Center’s Academic and Disability Support Office gives students the opportunity to enhance time management and study skills through individual and group programming.

Peer tutoring for specific courses is available through the Academic and Disability Support Office. Every effort is made to identify peer tutors upon request; however, a peer tutor is not guaranteed for every course or in any given semester, and tutoring depends upon the availability of qualified peer tutors.

Students should notify the Academic and Disability Support Office of extended absence from classes because of significant illness or personal emergencies.

The Academic and Disability Support Office provides disability accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act (ADAAA) of 2008 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to qualified students with disabilities in all divisions (day undergraduate, Comenius Center, and the Seminary; Comenius Center and Seminary students requiring academic support services or tutoring should inquire with their respective divisions for assistance and contact the assistant director of academic and disability support for disability-related accommodation). For specific information on required documentation, please contact the assistant director of academic and disability support. See also Disability Support Services in the Academic Life section located in this handbook.


Admissions
First floor of Colonial Hall
610 861-1320 or 800 441-3191

The admissions staff provides information about the college search process and Moravian College for high school students and transfer students from other colleges. All prospective students are encouraged to inquire about academic programs, student life, the application process, admissions standards, visiting campus, and financial assistance.


Bookstore
Lower level of HUB
610 861-1485

The Moravian College Bookstore, operated by Barnes and Noble, sells and buys back new and used textbooks throughout the year. New and used textbooks can be reserved, packaged, and picked up in the bookstore prior to the start of the semester. The bookstore also offers a textbook rental program on selected titles. Textbooks and selected merchandise are also available online. The bookstore stocks apparel and gift items, stationery and art supplies, greeting cards, candy, and health and beauty aids. Also available: special-order books, College rings, and cap and gown information.


Bursar
First floor of Colonial Hall
610 861-1588

Student bills are prepared and mailed by the bursar. Questions about invoices should be directed to this office. The bursar also handles information on payment plans, requests for refunds, M-Flex accounts, online account inquiries, insurance coverage, distribution of 1098-Ts, and billing businesses, community organizations and clubs, and government agencies for tuition assistance. The College will withhold transcripts, access to AMOS, and diplomas for accounts with unpaid balances.


Campus Safety and Police
119 W. Greenwich Street (open 24 hours a day)
610 861-1421 (in case of emergency: 911)

The mission of the Moravian College Office of Campus Safety and Police is to promote a safe and well-ordered environment for students, faculty, staff, and other members of the community by extending care and assistance, by overseeing the physical surroundings, and, when necessary, by enforcing laws and regulations, all carried out in a compassionate manner hallmarked by the values of respect, integrity, service, and excellence.

The campus police are responsible for protecting life and property, preventing and detecting crime on campus, and providing essential safety services to the College community. Their presence eliminates the necessity of depending upon outside agencies for public safety services, but the Campus Safety and Police Office works closely with area law enforcement agencies and fire departments.

Campus police officers are commissioned in accordance with 22 Pa.C.S.A. § 501, according to which "such policemen, so appointed, shall severally possess and exercise all the powers of a police officer in this Commonwealth, authority in and upon, and in the immediate and adjacent vicinity of all the property" of the College. In addition, campus police officers are certified under Act 235 -- Lethal Weapons Training Act and attend yearly update training under Act 120 -- the Pennsylvania Municipal Police Officers Training Act. Campus police officers enforce the laws and regulations of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, ordinances of the City of Bethlehem, and the rules and policies of Moravian College.

Campus police officers patrol the campus on foot and in marked cars to ensure the safety of the College community. A police dog may accompany officers at times. Continual in-service training provides for professional delivery of law enforcement services.

Campus Safety and Police offers crime prevention programs, including RAD (rape defense); an engraving service for property registration; and an escort service. It also supervises and regulates parking.

Timely Notification

The Clery Act (Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act) requires "institutions to give timely warnings of crimes that represent a threat to the safety of students and employees." Crimes required to be reported by the Clery Act include (as defined by the Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook): criminal homicide, including murder, non-negligent manslaughter, and negligent manslaughter; sexual offenses, forcible and non-forcible; robbery; aggravated assault; burglary; arson; motor vehicle theft; and arrests and/or disciplinary referrals for liquor-law violations, drug-law violations, and illegal weapons possession.

Such notifications are provided by a broadcast e-mail message through the institution's e-mail service in order to alert students, faculty, and staff in a timely manner to situations or crimes that may represent a serious or ongoing threat to the campus community, to heighten safety awareness, and, depending on the circumstances, to solicit information that may lead to an arrest and conviction. While every attempt is made to issue reasonably prompt notice, releases are subject to the availability of accurate facts concerning the incident.

Like most institutions, Moravian College, Moravian Theological Seminary, and the Comenius Center consider it important to send notices when necessary but not frivolously, given that the key to the effectiveness of a timely notice is that the notice itself is something out of the ordinary. Situations are evaluated on a case-by-case basis in order to determine whether there exists a serious or ongoing threat to the institutional community. Instances of a violent crime occurring between two individuals who know each other also are evaluated in this manner.

Timely notifications typically include the following information:

  • A succinct statement of the incident
  • Any connection to previous incidents
  • Physical description and/or composite drawing of the suspect, if appropriate
  • Date and time the bulletin was released
  • Other relevant and important information
  • Appropriate safety tips

When an incident occurs on campus which may merit a timely warning, the highest ranking police officer on campus at that time is empowered to decide whether or not one is merited and, if so, what the appropriate level of warning is given the situation, consulting with the director of campus safety/chief of police as necessary and possible. The officer or the dispatcher will issue the notification him- or herself if no additional consultation is deemed necessary due to low threat level or limited potential for harm (e.g., a situation of a rash of car break-ins).

In situations of greater concern or potential impact, when time permits, Campus Safety and Police consults with the Student Affairs Office and with the President's Office in order to decide whether such notice is advisable, taking into account the nature of the threat, the extent of the risk, the population at risk, and whether there is another, more possibly even more effective, way to minimize the risk of reoccurrence of the incident (e.g., a situation of alleged sexual assault).

When a situation appears to pose an imminent, significant threat of injury or property damage (e.g., a situation involving a bomb threat), the emergency notification system will be deployed by Campus Safety and Police.

Emergency Notification System

The institution’s emergency notification system will be used for situations involving an imminent, significant threat of injury or property damage. It may also be used to announce weather closings and delays; however, the siren mentioned below is not used for weather-related events. The system consists of a three-tier communications sequence, activated in the following order:
(1) siren, (2) text message, e-mail, external web posting, AMOS targeted message, digital signage, computer desktop pop-up, and (3) College- and Seminary- owned telephones as deemed appropriate. Although not specifically designated a part of the emergency notification system, the public address system may be used to advise the community during an emergency situation.

The first notification tier, sirens on the Main Street and Hurd Campuses, allows the institution to alert the campus community to an emergency. The sirens are deployed by Campus Safety and Police to provide immediate mass notification of the need for College community members to check their cell phones for a text message and other sources named above for information.

The second notification tier, e2Campus, enables the institution to send text messages and e-mail messages to registered members of the campus community, and those whom they included when they registered, with information about what is happening and/or what precautions should be taken. Students and employees may register two cell phone numbers and two e-mail addresses. Every student, faculty member, administrator, and staff member who has a cell phone should register that cell phone number in accordance with instructions posted on AMOS (the e2Campus link is under "quick links"). The purpose of sending a text message is to provide basic instruction (e.g., "shelter in place") in the event of an emergency.

All students are required either to register with e2Campus or to sign a form indicating that they do not have a cell phone or that they purposely choose not to enroll in e2Campus.

E2campus will also send the same alerts via e-mail notification for those who provide an e-mail address when they register.  E2campus also sends out the notification to digital signage displays located around campus, external web pages (Moravian.edu), the Student Portal AMOS, and to the desktops of college-owned computers, and personally-owned computers that are registered, that are turned on at the time of the notification.   

The third notification tier involves manually sending the same message that was sent via e2campus to all of the college-owned telephones  located on the desks of faculty and staff around campus (also accessible from off-campus locations).

Other Campus Safety Information

Additional efforts are made to advise members of the campus community on a timely basis about any campus crime and crime-related problems. These efforts are in compliance with the Clery Act and include the following:

  • A safety and security report and a fire report. Published annually and distributed throughout the College community. It is available to anyone requesting a copy.
  • Public log. A record of all crimes reported to the campus police, as well as the names of anyone arrested, is maintained in the Campus Safety and Police Office and is available for viewing during regular office hours.
  • Special alerts. Information can be accessed through College-wide email and the Campus Safety and Police website.

In accordance with the Wetterling Crimes against Children and Sexually Violent Offenders Registration Act, information about sexually violent offenders can be obtained by submitting a written request to the Campus Safety and Police Office, which will provide names and addresses of any such offenders known to it. Information is provided by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and does not violate the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.

Students seeking to secure an protection from abuse order (PFA) or the campus equivalent should contact Campus Safety and Police or the vice president for student affairs/dean of students. PFAs are obtained through the local magistrate's office the Northampton County Protection From Abuse Office, located on the first floor of the Northampton County Courthouse, 669 Washington St., Easton, PA 18042. The filing hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. PFA cases are heard every day between 9:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. There is no fee to file a PFA. In the event a student is seeking a PFA after the courthouse is closed, Campus Safety and Police will transport the student to the on-duty magisterial district judge’s office to apply for an emergency PFA. Internal behavioral notices are pursued through the vice president for student affairs/dean of students, who serves as a conduit to convey requests and potential follow-up actions to the other party.

In accordance with the Higher Education Act of 2008, each student living in residence has the option to register with the Student Affairs Office a confidential contact person to be notified in case the student is determined to be missing; only authorized campus officials and law enforcement officers have access to this information. All students should know that, even if they have not registered a contact person, local law enforcement will be notified if the student is missing; all students under 18 (and not emancipated) should know that their parent or guardian will be notified.

Protocol for Requests for Student Transport

Upon request, the Campus Safety and Police will attempt to accommodate a student's request for transport. Such transport will be made when there is ample coverage on campus and the campus is not left unprotected while the transport is being made. Ample coverage requires at least one patrol officer on campus who is available to respond to a call for service on either campus. If an officer is involved in another assignment, the officer will complete the original assignment prior to making the transport. The dispatcher will advise the student that there will be a delayed response in making the transport and provide the student with an estimated time.

Campus Safety and Police will provide transportation of students under the following conditions:

  • When the shuttle service has ceased normal operations between the Main Street Campus and the Hurd Campus
  • When a student seeks transportation to the campus from the North Street Parking Garage or the Historic Bethlehem Partnership Lot and the shuttle service has ceased operation
  • When a student requests a transport/escort between locations on the Main Street Campus or the Hurd Campus due to the time and they feel unsafe in traversing the campus
  • When requested by the Health Center to transport a student to a local hospital for treatment for non-emergency type treatment (e.g., sprains, dehydration, flu-like symptoms and any minor un-diagnosed pain or illness). If Campus Safety and Police is unavailable to make a transport when requested by the Health Center, the Health Center staff will provide the student with a taxi voucher which will be presented to the taxi service providing transport. The cost of the taxi service will be directly applied to the student’s account.

Campus Safety and Police will not provide transportation of students under the following conditions:

  • When shift staffing will not allow
  • When the request for transport is from or to sites located off campus (e.g., post office, grocery store, local restaurants, bars/clubs, local shopping malls or concert venues)
  • When the request is for transport to medical appointments, prescription pickups or other medical procedures which normally require an extended period of time. The Health Center staff will provide the student with a taxi voucher which will be presented to the taxi service providing transport. The cost of the taxi service will be directly applied to the student’s account.
  • When the request is for emergency medical transports (e.g., respiratory distress, cardiac symptoms, head, neck or back injuries, severe bone injuries or any other injury that may require emergency action while in route). Such transports will be made by EMS ambulance.

The aforementioned information about transport is not all-inclusive. It is meant to provide guidelines, and lists the most frequently received requests by Campus Safety and Police for transport. If a request is received which is not mentioned above, the request will be reviewed by the shift supervisor who will determine if Campus Safety and Police will provide the transport.

Publications explaining these and other services can be picked up at the Campus Safety and Police Office, the HUB desk, the Registrar's Office, or the Office of Student Affairs.


Career Center
Haupert Union Building
610 861-1509

The Career Center assists students with the career planning process and helps them develop skills needed to obtain hands-on learning experiences such as internships as well as full-time jobs or graduate and professional school admission. The staff uses a variety of professional methods to assist students with their career goals.

Included among the center's services are: assisting students in exploring career options and in making career decisions; resume and cover letter preparation, interview skills, and job search strategies; connecting students with alumni and employers willing to assist students in exploring careers and pursuing employment through the Career Connections Externship Program, internships and full-time positions; maintaining current online listings for full-time positions, internships, and prospective employers; working with faculty, alumni, and professionals from a variety of career areas to provide programs to assist students in the career development process, including on- and off-campus student/alumni networking receptions, on- and off-campus career and internship fairs, Backpack to Briefcase (a professional planning workshop for juniors and seniors), and events specific to students areas of career interests; assisting students in graduate/professional school preparation; planning and supervising interview schedules with prospective employers and representatives from graduate or professional schools; maintaining an online career library with information on careers in general and targeted areas such as specialty career options with select employers, internships, professional or graduate school options, and salary information.


Cashier
First floor of Colonial Hall
610 861-1334

The Cashier's Office collects payments of tuition and fees and assists with financial aid processing. It will cash personal checks or original approved vouchers of students on weekdays during specified hours. The standard limit on personal checks and vouchers is $100; checks and vouchers for a greater amount may be cashed with special approval from the bursar.


Center for Information Technology
120 W. Greenwich Street
610 861-1442

The Center for Information Technology (CIT) operates and maintainsthe College’s computer network consisting of nine major networks including the campus-wide network, the Moravian College Science and Instrumentation Network (MoCoSIN), the Student Residential Network (ResNet), the Moravian College (MoCo) wireless network, and MoCoSIN wireless (WMoCoSIN). It provides attended operations, during business hours, for the network and attached file, print, application, e-mail, Web servers, and customer assistance through the Help Desk. It assists users with multimedia tools; provides audiovisual assistance; develops or acquires and maintains applications for College business operations, academic support, and curriculum delivery; provides telecommunications services; supports Moravian’s web portal AMOS (Accessing Moravian On-line Services); conducts information technology training; and assists the St. Luke’s Hospital School of Nursing.

Public Labs

CIT maintains public computing labs and classrooms on Main and Hurd Campuses  in:  PPHAC 112 (Win), PPHAC 113 (Win), PPHAC 331 (Win), Memorial 201 (Mac), Memorial 202 (Win), Reeves Reference (Win), Reeves Lower Level (Win & Mac), HILL Resource Room (Win), the Writing Center, and Comenius 101 (Win).  Any of these labs are available for student use when not being used as a classroom. High-speed networked black and white laser printers are available for student use.

Restricted Labs

Certain computing labs are provided for the use of students enrolled in particular programs. PPHAC 114 (MoCoSIN) is for computer science and earth science students; Graphics Lab 7 and Graphics Lab HILL 309 (both Mac) are for art and graphics students; West Hall 222 (Mac) is for music students; and the Seminary Lab (Win) is for students of the Moravian Theological Seminary.

Operating Systems

CIT supports Windows 7 Home/Professional/Enterprise, Windows 8, and Macintosh OS X version 10.3 or higher. A suite of applications which includes a word processor, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software is recommended, preferably Microsoft Office.

Help Desk

CIT’s Help Desk is accessible via telephone (ext. 1500), e-mail at help@moravian.edu, online (self-serve help) at cithelp.moravian.edu, CIT’s portal pages on AMOS (click on the CIT Help tab), and walk-in from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday whenever College administrative offices are open. Help Desk technicians can assist with a variety of hardware and software issues. The Help Desk is located in Memorial Hall. 610 625-5000.

Media Services

CIT’s Media Services Center is accessible by walk-in and telephone from 8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday whenever College administrative offices are open, at cithelp.moravian.edu, and on CIT’s portal pages on AMOS (click on the CIT Help tab). The office provides various media services equipment and facilities to support teaching and learning. Media Services lends out LCD projectors, 35mm slide projectors, televisions, VHS and digital camcorders, laptops for a period not to exceed seven days, microphone and public address systems, and other hardware. All multimedia services are coordinated through this center, which is staffed primarily by students. Students, with sponsorship from faculty or staff, can request media services support and equipment online through AMOS (72 hours advance notice required). The Media Services Center is located in Memorial Hall. 610 861-1500.

Student Requirements

Any student who connects any computer, regardless of the operating system or computer manufacturer, is required to run current anti-virus and anti-spyware programs with automatic updates on his or her computer. Although the College provides both programs for students, students may use their own if the programs update automatically. Students must check their College-supplied e-mail on a regular basis, since most College communications are issued electronically.

Technology Fee

The Moravian College technology fee supports the full range of information, education, and instructional technology services offered to students at Moravian College, Moravian Theological Seminary, and the Comenius Center. The fee provides:

  • Access to the Internet
  • Anti-spyware, anti-spam, anti-virus filtering at the network level
  • Access to AMOS
  • Access to the campus-wide network
  • Access to Moravian College Science Instrumentation Network (MoCoSIN)
  • Access to the institution's wireless network
  • Network connectivity in dorms and residences
  • Access to Reeves Library, including online searches and online databases with full-text articles from on- or off-campus
  • An institutional e-mail account with storage space
  • Website with storage space
  • An institutional Blackboard account
  • An institutional AMOS account
  • Use of campus public-access, classroom, and lab computers running Windows, Macintosh, and UNIX
  • Network storage space
  • Use of black-and-white and color printers
  • Services of the Center for Information Technology personnel (troubleshooting assistance only from the Help Desk)
  • Current versions of anti-virus and anti-spyware software for individual use
  • Programs to remove adware and malware
  • Use of multimedia resources: projectors, cameras, analog and digital audio and video recorders, etc.
  • Use of the Media Service’s Digital Media Lab
  • Use of M-Flex account
  • Refresh of public-access, classroom, and lab computers, printers, and projectors, licensing of software on public-use computers, operating systems, and specialized software

E-Mail

The e-mail global address book is a shared institutional resource, accessible and usable by faculty, staff, and students. Students are able to send broadcast e-mails by using "Student News," a service managed by the director of student activities, or by asking a member of the faculty or staff to do so; in either case, the individual considering sending a broadcast e-mail on a student’s behalf will review the message and forward it only if he or she deems it acceptable and consistent with institutional policies. Students must check their Moravian-supplied e-mail on a regular basis, since most institutional communications are issued electronically.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to frequently asked questions about computer use at Moravian may be found here.


Center for Intercultural Advancement and Inclusion
1105 Main Street
Director: 610 861-1503
Assistant Director: 610 861-7884

The Center for Intercultural Advancement and Inclusion works to support the College’s mission of developing students of all backgrounds by promoting diversity, inclusion, and social justice. In an increasingly pluralistic society, the center collaborates with faculty and staff to prepare students for global citizenship and inclusive excellence.

Housed at 1105 Main Street along with International Studies, the center offers support programs for all students, including students from historically underrepresented groups, to assist in their academic success. The center also provides meeting and programming space for students and organizations.  


Center for Leadership and Service
HUB
610 861-1498

The Center for Leadership and Service in the Haupert Union Building supports leadership development and community service opportunities for students. Student leadership development seeks to engage the campus community in discussion and discovery of the many aspects of leadership, as it applies to academic disciplines, the community, and the campus. Programs include speakers, workshops, simulations, films with discussion, and training. The Office of Community Service provides opportunities for experiential learning through active citizenship. Programs address student interest and community identified needs that develop leaders in service for the common good.


Counseling Center
1307 Main Street
610 861-1510

The Counseling Center provides individual, couples, and group counseling (not available at all times) to undergraduate students enrolled in the day division program. Students experiencing personal difficulty, interested in gaining increased self-knowledge, or wanting to develop more efficient coping skills are encouraged to contact the Counseling Center. Three counselors, including a licensed psychologist and two licensed professional counselors, are on the staff, which also may include interns from graduate programs in counseling. All counseling sessions are confidential.

Counseling Center staff members will refer a student to off-campus professionals when it is perceived that this is necessary in order to meet his/her needs. It may be, for example, that the student requires more frequent, extended, or continuous services or requires the support of a professional with a particular expertise. Decisions of this nature are made on a case-by-case basis. In most cases, the Counseling Center continues to work with the student until he or she has had a reasonable amount of time to establish a relationship with a private counselor.


Disability Support Services
Monocacy Hall
610 861-1401

As one of its many functions, Moravian College’s Academic and Disability Support Office is responsible for serving otherwise qualified students with disabilities. Moravian College adheres to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 in ensuring accessibility of its programs and services. The assistant director of academic and disability support is responsible for assisting the College in providing reasonable accommodation for students with disabilities enrolled in the College’s courses, and serves as a resource for other College departments in regards to serving individuals with disabilities as needed.

For more information, please see the Academic Resources section elsewhere in this handbook, and check the College's website for periodic updates concerning services for students with disabilities.


Financial Aid
First floor of Colonial Hall
610 861-1330

For information about financial aid, please see the final page of the Academic Life section of this handbook.


Food Service
Lower level of the HUB
610 861-1496

A professional dining service, Sodexo, operates the resident board program, the Blue and Grey Cafe, the Root Cellar Cafe, and special dining programs and services, including all receptions and other hospitality activities.

Questions about selection of resident board plans can be directed to the Office of Student Affairs, 1301 Main Street, 610 861-1503.


Haupert Union Building
Locust and Monocacy Streets
610 861-1491

The Haupert Union Building (HUB) is the center of campus life for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the community. It provides a multitude of services and amenities to enhance and support daily life on campus.

The HUB Information Desk disseminates general information, registers campus events, reserves meeting rooms, maintains a lost-and-found, and maintains an online campus calendar. Student building managers are on duty 8:00 a.m. to midnight. They assist in the management of the office, make daily announcements, coordinate ticket sales, distribute recreational equipment, reserve student lockers, and administer minor first aid when necessary.

The bookstore, mailroom, Marketplace (dining hall), and Blue and Grey Cafe are also located in the HUB. Further information about these facilities can be found separately in this section. Other facilities of the HUB include meeting rooms, the lounge, the H. Paty Eiffe Art Gallery, Prosser Auditorium, Arena Theater, the Pavilion, and the Leadership Center.


Health Center
Hillside 5H, West Laurel Street
610 861-1567

The Health Center, under the management of St. Luke's Hospital, provides primary care for students during the fall and spring terms. Students do not need to have Moravian College health insurance to visit the Health Center.

The coordinator of health services, a nurse practitioner, is on duty from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. most weekdays, as is a full-time nurse

Physician and reproductive healthcare nurse practitioner hours are posted, and students need to make an appointment for those services. If medical care is required when the Health Center is closed, students may visit St. Luke's North, 153 Brodhead Road, Bethlehem, or call 610 954-3220. It is open weekdays between 7:30 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. and weekends between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The emergency room at St. Luke's Hospital, 801 Ostrum Street, Bethlehem, treats emergency cases 24 hours a day. Students are responsible for fees incurred, and should take insurance information with them to any outside provider.

All entering students must submit a completed medical form to the Health Center in accordance with the College's stated deadline. Required immunizations are a tetanus-diphtheria booster within the last 10 years; two doses of MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine; a polio immunization series; the hepatitis B series and the meningitis vaccine. A tuberculin test is required within the past year. In addition, two doses of varicella vaccine are required for those who have not had chickenpox. Students whose immunizations are out of date or who do not submit their medical forms may not be allowed to register for the coming semester or may not be given their class schedules until they correct the situation.

Note: MMR is commonly administered in childhood, the first dose when the child is between 12 months and 5 years of age, the second after 5 years of age. Those who did not receive this vaccine as children or received it too early to be effective should see their healthcare provider.


International Studies
1105 Main Street
610 625-7777

This office assists students who wish to incorporate a study abroad experience into their liberal arts education. Students majoring in any subject can study abroad for a May term, a summer session or sessions, a semester, or the year.

The office also assists international students who come to Moravian to study. It provides immigration advice, new student orientation, and workshops for F-1 students during their educational experience at the College.

It works with the International Club to provide cultural events throughout the year for the Moravian community and with Sigma Iota Rho, the international studies honor society.


 

Library
Locust and Monocacy Streets
Director: 610 861-1540
Circulation: 610 861-1544
Reference: 610 861-1543
Technical Services/Periodicals: 610 861-1547

Reeves Library contains a collection of more than 242,000 volumes and more than 51,000 journals. It provides study space for more than 400 students, including study tables, individual carrels, group study areas, lounge seating, video- and DVD-viewing rooms, and research PCs.

Hours (fall and spring academic terms)

Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m.-12:00 midnight
Friday: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 noon-12:00 midnight

On the Web

The library's website includes access to Reeves Library's catalog of books, as well as links to the online catalogs of all other LVAIC institutions. Students may access databases from off campus by entering their user name and password. The webpage may be accessed at http://www.moravian.edu/library.

Borrowing

Books and other materials may be checked out for three weeks. Honors students may keep books for the academic year. Independent study students may keep them for the semester. Books may be renewed by telephone. Overdue books accrue fines of five cents a day.

Reserve

Materials on reserve are located through the online catalog.

Photocopiers

Three photocopiers are available for copying library materials. Help is available at the Circulation Desk. Photocopying costs ten cents a page.

Reference

Reference librarians are available for assistance in the use of library resources, in person, via telephone, e-mail, and IM, 8:30 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays; 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Fridays; and 6:00-10:00 p.m. Sundays. Library instruction is available for classes and groups.

Direct loan

With their Moravian ID, students have access to the library collections of LVAIC member colleges and universities: Cedar Crest, Lafayette, and Muhlenberg Colleges, and DeSales and Lehigh Universities. The combined holdings of LVAIC libraries amount to about 2 million volumes and 20,000 serial titles.

Interlibrary loan

Access to library resources throughout the United States is also available. Interlibrary loan requests may be submitted electronically or in person. Before submitting the request, students should discuss their needs with a reference librarian. Students are responsible for the cost of photocopies of periodical articles obtained through interlibrary loan.

Microforms

Microfilm and microfiche reader/printers and assistance in using them are available. Three reader/printers are available for microform copying.

Multimedia resources

CD players and cassette players with headsets are available at the circulation desk for use with language course assignments. Viewing rooms are equipped with VCR/DVD players..

Mailrooms
HUB, lower level next to the bookstore
HILL, first floor
General: 610 861-1631; HILL: 610 625-7583

The College provides mailboxes for resident students, commuter students, and campus organizations. Students receive their box number and combination at the mailroom window. The mailbox number must appear on all correspondence addressed to students.

During the semester, HUB window-service hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:25 p.m. during the week. At the HILL, window-service hours are 12:00 p.m. to 4:25 p.m. during the week.

In addition to processing incoming mail, the mailroom in the HUB offers stamps and some postal supplies at the service window. Packages of any weight may be sent from the mailroom by either USPS or UPS. Notifications of packages and of certified, insured, and special-delivery items are placed in mailboxes. These may be picked up and signed for at the service windows. The mailroom at the HILL does not weigh packages or sell stamps; however, there is a drop-off for pre-stamped mail or packages.

Student workers may retrieve another student's mail only in the event of a malfunctioning mailbox. Students requiring assistance with their mailbox may ask any mail staff member for help. Lost combinations to mailboxes can be found on your Amos account under MY HUB MAILBOX All students are strongly encouraged to check their mailboxes daily.

All students are strongly encouraged to check their mailboxes daily.

It is the students' responsibility to make sure their boxes are locked at all times. Any mailbox malfunctions should be reported immediately by calling 610 861-1631.


Registrar
Monocacy Hall
610 861-1350

The institutional registrar manages scheduling for day session students and course registration for all sessions. The office maintains academic records, posts grades on the campus network, and provides transcripts upon written request. The registrar also processes course additions and withdrawals, parent and student name and address changes, declarations of major, changes of major, graduation certification, diploma orders, veteran certifications, verifications of enrollment, loan deferments, and approvals of summer study at other institutions. The office also provides forms and course information for cross registration at LVAIC institutions and for internships and independent study.


Religious Life
1307 Main Street
610 861-1583

Consisting of the full-time College chaplain and part-time Roman Catholic and Jewish chaplains, the Religious Life Office offers opportunities to become involved in faith-based programs, worship experiences, and interfaith dialogue. The Moravian College Christian Fellowship (MCCF) is coordinated through this office, as is the Newman Association for Catholic students. Both organizations offer worship, fellowship, spiritual formation programs, and retreats, as well as periodic opportunities to travel off campus to meet other students with similar interests.

Borhek Chapel, located at the north end of Comenius Hall, may be used during the academic year by College organizations. It must be reserved by contacting the director of the HUB and event management at ext 1492.

The College chaplain offers weekly song and prayer gatherings at 10:00 p.m. Wednesdays in the Saal of the Bahnson Center (Moravian Theological Seminary) and at 6:00 p.m. Sundays in Prosser Auditorium in the HUB.

Catholic Mass is celebrated in Borhek Chapel at 6:10 p.m. Sundays and as announced on holy days of obligation. The Sacrament of Reconciliation (confession) is administered prior to Mass. Appointments for confession may be made through the Religious Life Office. During Advent and Lent, special penitential services are provided.

Pastoral care, counseling, and programming for Jewish students are provided by the Jewish chaplain. Opportunities for worship and fellowship are facilitated in a manner consistent with the principles and practices of Hillel. There are several shabbatot during the academic year and an active commitment to cultivate Jewish interest, student leadership, and dialogue with the larger campus community. There is a faculty advisor working with the Moravian Hillel.