Employees of the University and their dependents have a number of campus facilities and services available to them. In most cases, the identification card is required to gain admittance, or to use such services.
The University Bookstore, offer a wide variety of textbooks, periodicals, and other sundry items at a competitive price.
The University Library has holdings approximating 400,000 volumes. All employees have loan privileges with presentation of a current identification card being the only requirement for checking out a book and availing themselves to other services offered by the Library. Employees are urged to comply with all regulations regarding the use of the Library.
Employees wishing to contribute volumes should contact the Director of the Library and make the necessary arrangements.
Food Service Facilities.
The University cafeteria and snack bars are available to employees desiring to remain on campus during their lunch hour. The menus are posted weekly offering a variety of meals at a reasonable rate.
a. Debit Cards/Credit Accounts/Employee Meal Plans.
Employees who utilize the Valdosta State University Food Services facilities may wish to contact that department to determine what employee privileges are available.
Employees needing certain legal documents or other instruments notarized have this service provided at no cost in Admissions Ms. Lisa Long 333-5791, Athletics Ms. Mary Frances Hightower 333-5890, Bursary Ms. Katrina Whitmore 333-5725, Financial Services Ms. Shana Yorkey 333-5708, Human Resources Ms. Nancy Carballo 333-5709, Institutional Effectiveness Ms. Pat Rozier 245-6517 and Registrar's Office Ms. Veronica Graham 333-5727.
The Xerox machine in the University Library and the Copy Center may be used by employees having need for such service. There is a minimal charge for this service. Observance of copyright laws remain the responsibility of the individual making the copy.
Lost and Found.
Articles, which are found by employees, should be taken to the Office of Public Safety if the owner cannot be identified.