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Counseling Services works with students, individu-ally and in groups, regarding a variety of concerns such as stress, anxiety, depression, alcohol, drug abuse, eating disorders, human sexuality, and personal development. Personality preference tests and interest inventories are also offered within both personal and career counseling. Psychiatric Support To access these services contact the office. Testing Services Counseling Services offers testing including person-ality testing, psychological testing, MAT, DANTES, and ADHD. A fee of $100 is charged for LD and ADHD evaluations. A limited number of evaluations provided each term. After Hour Emergencies If an emergency occurs when the center is closed, contact one of the following resources: University Police, 5777. Carolina Cenrter for Behavioral Health 864-235-2335 Spartanburg Regional Emergency Department, 560-6000 (select option 1) SAFE Homes/Rape Crisis Coalition in Spartanburg, 583-9803 & 1-800-273-5066 Greenville Sexual Trauma Center, 1-864-467-3633 Dean of Students The Dean of Students office is responsible for oversight of the judicial system and the Code of Student Behavior. This office also assists students in crisis who may need to notify faculty regarding extended illness or family crisis. Contact this office at 503-5107. Digital Media Lab The Digital Media Lab (DML), located in Room 117 on the first floor of the John C. Stockwell Administration Building, provides a full range of professional quality digital design and production capabilities. The DML has PC workstations dedicated to video-editing, audio recording and editing, and digital photo manipulation. An audio recording suite, located inside the Digital Media Lab, is available for voice over recording. Scanners are also available in the DML for document and photo scanning. The Digital Media Lab is open from 8:30am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. The lab is open-access in nature and is primarily intended for self-directed, hands-on use. Workstations are available on a first-come-first-serve basis, but may be reserved for two-hour sessions by calling 864-503-5153. A Located on the first floor of the CLC. Valid I.D. cards are required for entrance into the CLC dining facility and I.D. cards are non-transferable between students. Resident Meal Plans USC Upstate dining programs are designed to fit the lifestyles of the USC Upstate student. Our Campus Life Center Dining Hall offers a variety of different menu options in an all-you-care-to-eat format. The Smith Building Food Court features restaurants such as Subconnection, Jazzman’s Café, and Wholly Habaneros. The Health Education Complex features quesadillas, flatbread pizzas, grab & go sandwiches and 100% fruit smoothies from Sandellas flatbread cafe, Simply to Go and FUEL. In order to meet your campus dining needs, we have designed the following meal plans for the 2016-2017 academic year. If you have any questions regarding these plans, please contact the Campus Dining office at (864) 503-5900. Prices are subject to change. • The Ultimate - $1,565 per semester Offers unlimited meals; participants can enter the Campus Life Dining Hall as many times a day as they want, even just to get a snack. This plan includes $200 in Spartan Bonus Bucks for food purchases at other on-campus locations. • The Freedom - $1,307 per semester Participants may choose from breakfast, lunch or dinner and enjoy up to three meals per day for a total of nine meals per week in the CLC Dining Hall. The Freedom plan includes $250 in Spartan Bonus Bucks. This plan accommodates those students who want the flexibility of an on-campus meal plan and greater, convenient access to on-campus restaurants. (available only to students in the Villas Apartments). *For participants who live in Palmetto Villa Apartments, this plan is automatically added to their tuition bill. • The Villa Alternate Plan - $1,307 per semester. This plan is an alternative option for residents in the Palmetto Villa Apartments giving them more flexibil- 1‘7166 - ‘17 Student Handbook 172


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