2017-2018 CIU Student Handbook
Lost and Found
Lost and Found for small, personal and/or expensive items (keys, jewelry, iPods,
glasses, etc.) is in the following locations:
Undergraduate Dean’s Office
Library and Ridderhof:
Seminary Dean’s Office
Student Center, Shortess, Cafeteria: Student Life Office
All large items (books, clothing, etc.) should be placed in the Lost and Found
cabinets located in the Student Center.
All students are issued a student mailbox in the campus post office. This is a
primary means of communication from all university departments, including the
Registrar’s Office, professors, and Student Life. All students should check their
boxes on a regular basis.
CIU Box # ________
7435 Monticello Road
Columbia, SC 29203-1599
Residence hall names and room numbers are not mailing addresses and should
not be used. The P.O. Box 3122 address or 29230 zip code should not be used for
To be processed, intra-school mail should include a clearly written name
and box number. Mail should be in envelopes or on cards at least 3” x 5” in
size. Materials to be distributed to students should be bundled and in box
Stamps, parcel post, special delivery, Federal Express, and UPS are
available in the campus post office — Phone: (803) 807-5251 or ext. 5251.
Tampering with a mailbox at the campus post office is illegal.
Window Hours: Monday – Friday: 12:45 – 3:00 p.m.
Residence Hall Lobbies, Lounges, Prayer Rooms
Founders and Memorial first floor lobbies are available for social use from 8 a.m.
until residence hall closing. Walker, Petty, East, and Cassels lounges are available
for coed social use from noon until residence hall closing. These lounges are
public areas and should be kept clean at all times. The Residence Life Handbook
should be consulted for specific information regarding coed visitation.
Should inclement weather move into the Columbia area, the CIU administration
will determine if classes should be cancelled and then communicate this as early
as possible to the CIU family on the CIU website, radio station WVOC (AM 560), as
well as TV stations WIS (channel 10), WLTX (channel 19), WOLO (channel 25), and
WACH (channel 57). School officials or the radio stations should not be called for