2017-2018 CIU Student Handbook
Children are not allowed on CIU computers except when accompanied by an adult.
Assistance is available at the IT Front Desk located in the library.
Students using the computer lab are required to abide by the following:
Use only login IDs as provided with the Student Lab account;
Use the computers without altering or modifying the system
configurations in any way;
Abide by U.S. copyright law as it pertains to receiving, copying, sharing,
storing, modifying, or transmitting files or data;
Read and comply with the full user guidelines as stated in the Student
Technology Handbook available on themy.ciu.edu
Student IT pages.
The clinic is located on the main level of Memorial Hall. The office number is
807-5056 or ext. 5056. A nurse is available Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
and 1:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m. when classes are in session (during regular fall and spring
semesters). The Clinic is closed Saturday, Sunday and Prayer Days. There are
limited summer hours. Services in the clinic are for current students only.
Services Provided for Students:
Walk-in clinics, Monday through Friday, for nursing assessment and
Doctor’s clinic by appointment weekly
Referrals (medical, dental, chiropractic, etc.)
Many over-the-counter medications at low cost
Due to minimal staffing, the nurse cannot see faculty, staff, or student
Services and assessments are provided only in the clinic. Charges are as follows:
Nursing Services - free
Medication and Supplies - minimal charge
Doctor’s appointment - $15
A student who needs the services of a physician, dentist, optician, or other
professional should consult the nurse who may help to make an appointment. In
the case of serious illness or injury, the physician involved arranges for hospital
Reminder: It is unlawful and potentially dangerous to give one’s prescription
medication to others.
Every student must have an I.D. card. I.D. cards are required for tracking chapel
attendance, for borrowing materials from the library, and for making copies at the
various copiers around campus. Copies may be “loaded” to an I.D. I.D. cards also
grant resident students access to the residence halls as well as their meals in the