Main Campus Services and Facilities - A through E
Academic Resource Center - 312.567.5216
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) is a comprehensive center with a variety of free services for students and faculty. The ARC’s mission is to enrich the academic experience through a student-centered approach to learning. The ARC provides peer tutoring for undergraduate courses in mathematics and the sciences on a drop-in basis and with appointment.
Undergraduate and graduate peer tutors are available during the fall and spring semesters. In addition to peer tutoring, the ARC also offers supplemental instruction, exam reviews, group study space, online tutoring, and a computer laboratory equipped with PCs, Macs and iPads.
The ARC is located in the northwest corner of Hermann Hall room 112. It is open Monday through Thursday 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Friday 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and Sunday from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM during fall and spring semesters. For more details, visit the ARC website http://iit.edu/arc or call 312.567.5216 or follow at http://facebook.com/arc.iit.
Affirmative Action Officer - 312.567.3134
The Director of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action located in IT 1900SW, is the students’ principal point of contact for grievance issues.
Audio/Visual Equipment - 312.567.3700
Audio equipment such as laptops, TV/VCRs, projectors, and sound systems are available for rental to student organizations and university departments for a fee from the Campus and Conference Centers. Contact the Campus and Conference Centers through the Welcome Desk at extension 7.3700 for more information.
Bicycles, Roller-skates and Skateboards
All persons riding bicycles on campus are encouraged to park at the bike racks provided outside of campus buildings. Parking bicycles in the public areas of buildings or chaining them to stairway railings is prohibited. Bicycles found unattended in a building or creating a safety hazard anywhere on campus are subject to removal by the Public Safety Department. The use of bicycles, skateboards or roller-skates of any kind in any university building is prohibited.
Bog, HH - 312.567.3700
The Bog is the campus pub, and recreation center. Operated by the Campus and Conference Centers in partnership with IIT Dining Services, there is plenty of entertainment through the academic year including Union Board programming. Academic year hours are Thursday, Friday from 5:00 pm to 1:00 am. The Bog also serves as the Commuter Lounge Monday – Thursday from 11 am to 5:00 pm.
Bookstore - 312.567.3120
A complete line of books, supplies, architecture/engineering equipment, and IIT gifts and clothing are available in the IIT Main Campus, Barnes and Noble Bookstore. The Bookstore is normally open 9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Friday, and 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Saturday. Hours are extended at the beginning of each semester. The Bookstore is located in the McCormick Tribune Campus Center.
The Downtown Campus bookstore, located on the concourse level of the DTC at 565 W Adams St., sells books and supplies for Chicago-Kent and Stuart School of Business. Visit the DTC Bookstore website for hours and additional information.
Campus Information Center - 312-567-3700
The Campus Information Center is your one-stop shop for any questions you have regarding the university. The CIC is located right outside of the MTCC Commons. At the CIC, you can rent equipment for pool and ping pong, or sign up for a campus Architectural Tour.
Campus Life, Office of 312.567.3720
Facebook:IIT Campus Life, Twitter: @IITCampusLife
The Office of Campus Life supports all student organizations. The office assists students with program planning, implementation, leadership development, and organizational advising. Campus Life also acts as the as the primary office of advocacy for women and LGBT students. The office partners with a variety of campus partners to facilitate Orientation and Parent Programs, Women’s Services, and the First Year Experience (FYE). The Office of Campus Life is located in MTCC and can be contacted at 312.567.3720 or by emailing email@example.com. The Office of Campus Life invites you to visit HawkLink (iit.collegiatelink.net) to find the right student organization for you!
Career Management Center - 312.567.6800
Located in Hermann Hall, this office provides a comprehensive series of services designed to assist students and alumni in the areas of career information, exploration and implementation. Programs and services offered include career advising, cooperative education and internship programs, coordination of an on-campus recruiting program for graduating students, and coordination of an online job search database to provide students with assistance in finding job opportunities. Additionally, the office offers workshops on job search skills, resume writing, and interviewing skills throughout the school year. The office also sponsors job fairs during the fall and spring semesters. Stuart School of Business undergraduate and graduate students should go to the Stuart Career Management Center – 312.906.6506, http://stuart.iit.edu/careers
Students who have accounts with participating banks may make transactions using the 24-hour automatic teller machines in the McCormick Tribune Campus Center and Hermann Hall.
Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions - 312.567.3017
The center located in the Hermann Hall mezzanine, contains a variety of materials dealing with topics in practical and professional ethics, such as autonomy, confidentiality, conflict of interest and self-regulation
Community Affairs and Outreach - 312.567.8850
From its founding more than 100 years ago, IIT has been committed to its primary mission of preparing students for careers. However, IIT also is committed to the City of Chicago. IIT works hard to fulfill its obligation as a responsive institutional partner to the surrounding neighborhoods. In this way, IIT is not only located in the community, but it also is an integral part of the community.
Cooperative Education and Summer Internships - 312.567.6800
Through IIT’s Co-op and Internship Programs, students can gain experiential education prior to graduation. Opportunities are available through the Career Management Center’s (CMC) database. Students must attend an Introduction to Cooperative Education and Internship workshop to be eligible in these opportunities.
Copy and Postal Center
The Copy and Postal Center, located in the McCormick Tribune Campus Center, provides a full range of copy and printing services, which include black-and-white or color photocopying, large format posters, fax and mail services. Please stop by to receive a brochure that outlines the available services. Mail for residents of MSV and SSV will be distributed from this location. The Copy and Postal Center is open from 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Office Services, where most of the printing and all of the color work is done is located in the basement (41B) of Perlstein.
Dean of Students, Office of - 312.567.3081
The Office of the Dean of Students serves as the primary advocate and ombuds office for students. The Dean of Students oversees many areas of student life including Campus Life, Residence & Greek Life, Student Health & Wellness Center, Student Conduct, Spiritual Life & Service Learning, and Women’s Services. The Dean of Students office also provides notary public service and manages the UPass program.
The staff is committed to fostering the development of students as whole persons. They believe that this is best accomplished by providing opportunities for educational, personal, cultural, social and spiritual growth, both in and out of the classroom. They also affirm the dignity and worth of all people and celebrate the global context of our community. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to contact the office for help or referrals.
Disability Resources - 312.567.5744
Services for people with disabilities are coordinated by the Center for Disability Resources. Students with disabilities are encouraged to consult with Disability Resources about their individual needs and access to IIT facilities by calling 312.567.5744 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need accommodations, please call Disability Resources as soon as possible. Because some accommodations require advance planning, it is advisable to call as close to the beginning of the semester as possible. For additional information, go to http://www.iit.edu/cdr.
Escort Service - 312.808.6300
If you need an escort to your car, campus residence or the nearby CTA late at night, a Public Safety Officer will be dispatched to accompany you to your destination. You will be asked to provide your name, location, number of persons requesting the escort, a call back telephone number, and your campus destination. Please remember to allow for extra time when requesting an escort, as emergency calls and calls for service of a higher priority may cause a delay in your request. Public Safety Officers are not permitted to carry or assist with packages or luggage when performing this service.
Emergency escort service to Mercy Hospital can be administered when an IIT student, staff or faculty member has a minor injury and requires medical attention.