The Catholic University of America

Faculty and Adjunct Professors
Resources

Libraries

More information about faculty privileges at CUA's libraries can be found at http://libraries.cua.edu/welcomefac.html.

Directions to campus

Information about getting to and from campus, (including a campus map) is available at http://lis.cua.edu/about/maps.cfm.

Previous syllabi

To find copies of syllabi from previous classes, please go to the Syllabus Repository or, for syllabi from Fall 2012 and earlier, check Course Schedules, clicking on a term showing classes offered and respective syllabi. If you need a syllabus that is not posted, please contact us.

Student support services

Student Center

CUA's Pryzbyla Student Center is home to a convenience store, the food court, student restaurant and a Starbucks. 

Technology Services

Technology Services is available to help you with your computing and technology issues, including hardware, logins, Blackboard and Cardinal Station technical issues, and arranging for filming of class projects.  

 As a reminder:

 · E-mail (techsupport@cua.edu)

· Phone (xHELP| 202.319.4357)

· Walk-in (Leahy 117)

· Hours are 8am – 9pm, Monday through Friday

· On-call support for urgent issues after hours - For major outages affecting one or more buildings or an entire system, and for urgent classroom/lab issues, contact Public Safety x5111 and request Technology Services escalation.Provide your contact information so a technician can call you

· Email (techsupport@cua.edu) – please include:

o Name of impacted user/s

o Contact telephone number

o Impacted service location

o Best time(s) to reach you, if applicable

Cardinal Station

Technology Services provides Cardinal Station Navigation Guides for Faculty.

Faculty handbook

It is expected that all CUA faculty will read and be familiar with the Faculty Handbook.

CUA Policies

All officially approved university wide policies will be displayed on the Policies Website.

Graduate Studies

The website of the Office of Graduate Studies provides information of importance to both graduate faculty and students.
 

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