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The Bookstore

www.miami.edu/bookstore

The UM Bookstore is the official one stop shop for students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the University of Miami. It offers a variety of options for course materials that include rental, used, new, and digital textbooks. The bookstore is also an incredible source for technology, UM clothing, and spirit merchandise.  Shop online 24/7 at www.miami.bkstr.com.

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Computing Center
http://www.miami.edu/it/

The Ungar Computer Center houses the University’s central computing facilities. This facility supports an IBM 2818-E10 Model M02 Enterprise Server (running z/OS-MVS and z/VM-Linux Operating Systems), an IBM iSeries Model 520, an IBM iSeries Model B20, a Digital VMS and True64 cluster with two Digital GS160 Servers, and various Windows and Linux based servers. In addition to the mini and microcomputers located at various units on each campus, there are over 40 computer labs (both IBM and Apple) in residential colleges, libraries, and schools; and campus networks including network connectivity in each dorm room, and gateways to national and international networks.

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Dining Services
www.miami.edu/dining-services

The newly renovated Hurricane Food Court, located in the University Center, are open as scheduled by the Department of Dining Services. Purchases may be made with cash, major credit card, or by using Cane Express. The Outtakes convenience store, located in the Whitten University Center (open Monday through Friday), stocks a variety of snack items, grand and go sandwiches and salads, cold beverages, milk, ice cream, and sundries. Starbucks is located in the Student Center Complex which offers espresso and Fair Trade certified coffee beverages, premium teas and blended cold drinks along with fresh pastries and warm sandwiches. The newly renovated Hecht Stanford facility, Pulse on Dining , is open with a summer schedule based on campus demands. For additional information and summer hours of operation, visit www.miami.edu/dining-services .

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I.D. Cards
www.miami.edu/canecard

The Cane Card is the official on-campus I.D.  All students are required to carry their Cane Card for identification purposes while on campus.

New Students can obtain a Cane Card in the Mcknight Building.  Please provide a valid ID and be prepared to have a picture taken.  A $5 replacement fee is charged for lost or stolen cards.  Damaged cards will be replaced for free upon exchange of original card.  For more information regarding the Cane Card please visit www.miami.edu/canecard .

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Camner Academic Resource Center
www.umarc.miami.edu

Located on the second floor of the University Center, the Camner Academic Resource Center (ARC) offers free academic assistance to all UM students. The ARC offers individual peer tutoring by appointment in most subjects, study skills instruction with a Learning Specialist, free academic workshops, and many other valuable services. Please visit www.umarc.miami.edu or call 305-284-2800 to learn more or schedule an appointment.

Office of Disability Services (ODS)

www.umarc.miami.edu

The Office of Disability Services (ODS) is the primary university office responsible for the coordination of auxiliary aids and services for students with disabilities. For specifics about service offered, see listing under the Camner Academic Resource Center at www.umarc.miami.edu.

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University of Miami Libraries
www.library.miami.edu

The University of Miami Libraries rank among the top research libraries in the United States. Students can access the Libraries in person or through our virtual gateway for high quality information, resources, technology, and research tools to assist with study, course assignments, research, and projects.
The Libraries include the Otto G. Richter Library, the Marta and Austin Weeks Music Library, the Judi Prokop Newman Business Information Resource Center, the Paul Buisson Architecture Library, and the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Library. The University also has independent medical and law libraries.
Specialized research and resource assistance is available through virtual services and individual contact with librarians and information and technology professionals who can assist you with your specific areas of study through instruction, tools, and resources.

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Parking
www.miami.edu/parking

Parking on the University’s Coral Gables Campus is a privilege extended only to those members of the University community including trustees, faculty, administrators, staff, students, vendors, and visitors who have paid for, received, and properly displayed a current and valid UM parking permit.

The rules and regulations governing parking on the Coral Gables campus are published at Parking and Transportation Services Web site at www.miami.edu/parking, and at the offices in the Flipse Building. Telephone inquiries may be directed to Customer Services at 305-284-3096, option 1.

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Housing and Residential Life
www.miami.edu/housing

The Department of Residence Halls offers summer housing during both summer sessions to regularly enrolled degree seeking University of Miami undergraduate students. Housing is available from mid-May through early August for the current Summer Academic Calendar. Contact Housing and Residential life at 305-284-4505 or visit www.miami.edu/housing for more information about rates and availability.

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Wellness and Recreation
www.miami.edu/wellness

The Herbert Wellness Center is a premier fitness facility that offers recreation, fitness, and wellness programs to University Community. Summer membership is available to all enrolled students and those continuing in the fall semester.

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Student Health Center
www.miami.edu/student-health

The Student Health Service (located across from the Pavia Garage at 5513 Merrick Drive, Coral Gables, Florida 33143) provides primary care, specialty care and pharmacy services to eligible University of Miami students.  Students may choose to be seen on a drop in basis; however we encourage students to make an on-line appointment at mystudenthealth.miami.edu. The Pharmacy is located on the second floor of the Health Center, and can fill prescriptions from most local and out of town medical providers.  You are not required to have the University sponsored health insurance plan in order to utilize the services of the Student Health Center.

Only students who have been charged the Health and Counseling Centers fee can receive care at the Student Health Service during the summer sessions.  For some enrolled students the fee is automatically charged, for others the fee must be added prior to scheduling an appointment or receiving care. All eligible students who are not automatically charged the health and counseling centers fee, must add the fee in order to access care at the Student Health Service.

This includes enrolled students who are not automatically charged and non-enrolled students eligible for care.  For some students the fee can be added via CaneLink. Students who are unable to add the fee via CaneLink can add the fee at the Student Health Service.   Students are encouraged to add the fee prior to arriving for care and will not be able to make on-line or other appointments if the fee has not been added.

Health insurance is only available to students enrolled in six or more credit hours (or considered full time).  Graduating seniors, and others leaving the University, are encouraged to seek alternative coverage well before the termination of their current plan.  Policies for students covered by the University sponsored health plan will terminate on August 14, 2015. 

More Information regarding the Student Health Service is available at www.miami.edu/student-health.

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Student Center Complex (SCC)
www.miami.edu/university-center

The Student Center Complex embraces the unique climate of South Florida and the lush, tropical University of Miami Coral Gables Campus with two student-centered indoor facilities, the Student Activities Center and the Norman A. Whitten University Center, as well as outdoor facilities including the Lakeside Patio Stage and Pool. 

Both the Student Activities Center (SAC) and the Whitten University Center (UC) house student organizations, student life departments, as well as provide flexible meeting and event spaces. Both Centers are located along the shores of Lake Osceola. For more information, call 305-284-4599 for the SAC Information Desk, or 305-284-2318 for the UC Information Desk.

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Abbreviations for Campus Buildings

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