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conflict.

Come to an agreement on the solution.

Make a plan of action which will help achieve the desired solution
and set a time frame for these changes.

Commit to making the necessary changes.

Set a future date to evaluate the situation with your staff member.



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WHERE DO I GO TO...

CHANGE CLASSES. ..To the Registrar's Office to pick up class change
cards, then on to the respective professor.

WITHDRAW... If this becomes necessary, you need to begin the procedure
by seeing the Assistant Dean of Campus Life, Room 217 in the
Carlton Union Building.

CASH A CHECK... The Bookstore will graciously cash a check up to $50.00
— if you have your ID, and funds providing! (Note: There is a $.25
service charge.)

QUICK CASH. ..The automatic teller machine in the CUB will provide
cash for First Union National Bank of Florida accounts and "Honor"
card holders.

INQUIRE ABOUT FINANCIAL AID OR PART-TIME WORK...The
Financial Aid Office is located in Griffith Hall. The Director of
Career Service's office is located in the basement of Flagler Hall and
is a good source of job information.

FIND A LOST. ..If you lose, or for that matter, find something, check with
the Public Safety Office, 405 N. Amelia Avenue.

CLEAR UP A TRAFFIC TICKET... If one of those yellow tickets appear
on the windshield of your car, you can pay for it in the Traffic Of-
fice, located in the Department of Public Safety, 405 N. Amelia
Avenue. Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

DECLARE MY MAJOR... You make an appointment with the Dean of
your particular school (i.e., Arts &. Science, Music, Business).

TAKE CARE OF MAINTENANCE PROBLEMS... for leaky faucets, faul-
ty light switches, broken locks, running toilets, etc., talk to your staff
member who will fill out a maintenance request form. If you are
responsible for damage to school property, it is advised that you
report it immediately to a Residential Education staff member.

GET INVOLVED... The Director of Student Life in the Office of Campus
Life is involved in every group (including the ones no one has ever
heard of!) on campus. You can find out about any organization on
campus, so feel free to drop by the Student Life Office located in
Room 212 of the Carlton Union Building.

FIND A PERSON WHO WOULD LIKE TO LISTEN TO MY PRO-
BLEMS. ..If you would like assistance in choosing a major, deciding
on a vocation, developing study skills, or dealing with a personal
problem, the Counseling Center personnel can assist you. The above,
as well as many other ways of finding help to develop oneself, can
be achieved at the Counseling Center.

IF I BECOME SICK... The Student Health Service, located at 549 Bert Fish
Drive (across the street from the University pool) is staffed with
several full-time nurses as well as a physician who sees students by
appointment each day.

PARTICIPATE IN INTRAMURAL SPORTS...See your staff member
who will be involved in organizing intramural residence facility teams
for twelve seasonal sports.



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CAMPUS FACILITIES:
THE STETSON COMMUNITY

Ten of Stetson's most distinctive building make up the newly designated
Stetson University Campus National Historic District, serving as
reminders of the university's history as Florida's oldest private university, while
fulfilling necessary academic and administrative functions:

DELAND HALL, the first building constructed on the campus, houses
the offices of the President, the Provost, University Relations and Institu-
tional Research.

In ELIZABETH HALL are the Chapel/ Auditorium; and administrative
offices for University Business and Finance, Personnel, Chapel and Church
Relations; a number of classrooms for the College of Arts and Sciences and
offices for the Departments of Communications Studies ck Theatre Arts,
Economics, History, Philosophy, and Political Science.

FLAGLER HALL was originally built for the Science Department and
the College of Law (moved to St. Petersburg in 1954). It is now used for
classrooms; departmental offices for English, humanities, psychology, and
sociology; the data processing center; and the offices of the Registrar and Con-
tinuing Education.

SAMPSON HALL was Stetson's first library building. When a new
library was constructed, the interior of Sampson Hall was remodeled for the
Sampson Gallery of Art and for the departments of art, foreign languages,
and American studies.

CUMMIN GS GYM, on Woodland Boulevard, provides an area for in-
formal recreation and physical education classes.

STOVER THEATRE was named in honor of Dr. Irving C. Stover, pro-
fessor of speech and drama at Stetson for more than 50 years. It is the site
of many plays and musical productions during the year.

Three university residence halls: STETSON HALL, CHAUDOIN
HALL, and CONRAD HALL, belong to the campus National Historic
District and continue to provide student housing.

The ALLEN HOUSE is a small, two-story building which is headquarters
for Public Relations, including the News Bureau and Publications Services
offices. It was among the first homes built in DeLand.

Completing the campus community are:

GRIFFITH HALL, completed in the summer of 1989 and named for
alumni Jack and Edna Griffith, is next to the Bookstore. The offices of Ad-
missions and Student Financial Planning are located here.

The duPONT-BALL LIBRARY was completed in 1964. It contains
more than 400,000 catalogued items. Stetson was the first depository of federal
government documents in Florida and has been designated as a depository
of Florida government and Florida Baptist documents.

DAVIS HALL, home to the Division of Education as well as some
departments of the School of Business Administration, was built in 1966.

SAGE HALL, is the physical and natural science center, housing the
departments of biology, chemistry, and physics. It was completed in 1967.



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UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE HALLS, including Emily Hall, Carson-
Hollis Hall, Nemec Hall, Gordis Hall, Smith Hall and five on-campus frater-
nity and seven on-campus sorority houses provide housing for more than
1525 students.

ALLEN HALL was built for religious activities and to provide space
for worship and recreation and for the Baptist Campus Ministry Offices. The
building also includes offices and a classroom for the Department of Religion.

OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL AREAS include tennis courts on
West University Avenue and on North Garfield, as well as Emily Field and
Hollis Intramural Field.

ALUMNI HOUSE is located at 217 East Michigan Avenue. It is the
home of Alumni Relations and the Office of Special Gifts.

The COUNSELING CENTER is in a large brick building at 145 East
Michigan Avenue, near the south side of the library. It is to this center that
students may go for counseling concerning personal and vocational problems.

The EDMUNDS ACTIVITY CENTER was completed in 1975 and
is named for a former Stetson president and alumnus, Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds.
This multi-purpose building contains staff offices and classrooms for the
Physical Education Department; the basketball court, home of the Stetson
Hatters; and student recreation rooms, saunas and weight lifting and various
other equipment for athletic activities. The facility also can be used for dances,
concerts, and entertainment of all kinds.

The CARLTON UNION BUILDING, the primary center for student
life, was constructed in the mid-fifties. Named for former Florida governor
and alumnus Doyle E. Carlton, the building houses food services, including
the cafeteria, the Hat Rack grill, private banquet rooms, and the Stetson
Room. Also included in the CUB are the Bookstore, the Post Office, and
Campus Life offices. A large, student-run nightclub (Night Lites) is located
on the second floor of the north end of the building. Student organizations,
including the Student Association, Stetson Union Board, and student publica-
tions have offices there.

LYNN BUSINESS CENTER is the new home of the School of Business
Administration. Acquired in 1990 through a gift from alumnus Eugene M.
Lynn and his wife, Christine, the building houses classrooms and offices for
the departments of finance, management, the George Investment Institute,
the graduate program, and is being renovated to eventually serve all pro-
grams of the business school.

BRITTAIN HALL contains offices for the ROTC program.

The OPERATIONS BUILDING is located on the corner of East Min-
nesota Avenue and North Garfield Avenue. It is home to the Departments
of Business Services and Physical Plant, and receiving/warehouse.

PRESSER HALL was constructed on the Stetson University Campus
in 1968-69. The facility as originally designed in the late 1960's was a three-
story building housing faculty studios, practice rooms,, a rehearsal hall,
classrooms, library, conference room, storage areas and locker room as well
as administration offices.



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1.


Henry DeLand House (West Volusia


32. Public Safety




Historical Society, not university


33. Nemec Hall (residence hall)




property)


34. Central Service Facility


2.


Tennis Courts (varsity)


(buildings and grounds/


3.


Racquetball Courts


purchasing/housekeeping)


4.


Stover Theatre


35. Tennis Courts


5.


Alpha Tau Omega (not university


36. Smith Hall (residence hall)




property)


37. Gordis Hall (residence hall)


6.


University Guest House


38. Hollis/Carson Hall (residence halls)


7.


Davis Hall (education/ philosophy/


39. du Pont-Ball Library




sociology/computer lab/classrooms


) 40. Sage Hall (sciences)


8.


President's Home


41. Hollis Field (intramurals)


9.


Flagler Hall (Registrar/Career


42. Terry House




Services/Continuing Education/


43. Soccer Field




Center for Study of Aging/


44. Best Apartments




psychology/English/classrooms)


45. Catholic Student Center


10.


Allen Hall (Baptist Student Unionj


46. Kappa Alpha Theta




religion)


47. French House


11.


Public Relations Office


48. Pi Beta Phi


12.


Wesley House (Methodist Campus


49. Zeta Tau Alpha




Ministry, not university property)


50. Delta Delta Delta


13.


Cummings Gym (ROTC)


51. Alpha Chi Omega


14.


Emily Hall (residence hall)


52. Alpha Xi Delta


15.


Chaudoin Hall (residence hall)


53. Language House (residence)


16.


Hulley Tower


54. Conrad Hall (residence hall)


17.


DeLand Hall (administration/


55. Stetson Hall (residence hall)




President's offices)


56. Kiosk (campus bulletin board)


18.


Print Shop


57. Carlton Student Union (post


19.


Holler Fountain


office/campus life/Student


20.


Elizabeth Hall (chapel/John E.


Association/Stetson Union Board/




Johns Room/personnel/comptroller/ Report£r/YearbooJc/IFC/PAN/




student accounts/economics/


Intramurals/Stetson Room/




communication studies/history/


Bookstore/Student Lounge/




mathematics)


Commons/Hatrack)


21.


Presser Hall (music/rehearsal halls/


58. Griffith Hall (admissions/student




classrooms)


financial planning)


22.


Sampson Hall and Duncan Art


59. Swimming Pool Complex




Gallery (art/foreign languages/


60. Student Health Services




language lab/ American Studies)


61. Rehearsal Hall/Auxiliary Services


23.


Forest of Arden


62. Edmunds Activity Center


24.


Counseling Center Annex


63. "A" House


25.


Counseling Center


64. Sigma Nu (not university property)


26.


Development


65. Lambda Chi Alpha


27.


International House Office


66. Phi Sigma Kappa


28.


Chancellor's House


67. Delta Sigma Phi


29.


Gillespie Museum of Minerals


68. Sigma Phi Epsilon


30.


A. Russian Studies Center


69. Rinker Field




B. Chancellor's Office


70. Alumni House


31.


Lynn Business Center


71. Wheeler House




(Small Business Development


72. Gillespie Annex (geography lab)




Center/accounting/marketing/


73. Rinker Parking Area




management/finance)











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