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SubConnection – Located in the Smith Building Food Court, SubConnection offers freshly made sub sandwiches and wraps, pre-packaged salads, sandwiches, side dishes and desserts. Wholly Habaneros – Located in the Smith Building Food Court, Wholly Habaneros offers freshly made rice bowls, quesadillas, burritos, tacos, and nachos with all of your favorite toppings. . Sandella’s Flatbread Cafe – Located in the HEC, Sandella’s has unique flatbread sandwiches, wraps, quesadillas and paninis, combined with our Simply- To-Go options for a perfect location. Fuel - Located across from the gym in the Health Education Complex, Fuel offers refreshing fruit smoothies, as well as protein and energy shakes. Disability Services Disability Services at USC Upstate works to ensure that campus facilities, curricula services and resourc-es are accessible to all students on campus. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 guidelines and the university’s commit-ment to diversity and equality, the office provides access based on individual and community-wide needs. Individuals who are supported through the Office of Disability Services include those with documented disabilities that significantly impact one or more life functions. These include learning disabilities, audito-ry processing disorders, autism spectrum disorders (ASD), physical disabilities, psychological impair-ments, and many other types of disabilities. Examples of accommodations include: Extended Testing Time Reduced Distraction Testing Environment Books and documents in alternative format Priority Registration Assistive Technology Interpreting Services Remote Captioning Academic Coaching Academic coaching is a free resource designed to help improve the academic and self-management skills of students with disabilities. Students registered with the Office of Disability Services are encouraged to schedule regular meetings. to work to strengthen skills in the following areas: time management, study skills, test-taking strategies, learning strategies, organization and problem solving. Students requiring academic assistance in specific subject areas will be referred to the Academic Support office. Assistance Animals on Campus Students who use trained service dogs due to a disability may have the working animals with them in all campus spaces. Students requesting emotional support animals in their residence to improve the symptoms of a disability should contact Disability Services at 864-503-5199 to discuss their situation. The student must provide documentation in support of the emotional support animal from their treating professional. The care of the service animal or emotional support animal is the sole responsibility of the student handler. The handler is also responsible for any damage done by their animal. Disability Services is located CLC 107. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon. - Fri. Extended hours are available for scheduled tests by advance appoint-ment. Contact Disability Services for more informa-tion or assistance at 503-5199 (V/TTY). Email and Network File Space Students have access to email, calendaring, and network server environment available in Microsoft Office 365. Access to e-mail is accomplished via the web using a standard web browser. Student email can be easily accessed from the Current Students location on the USC Upstate website by clicking on the email icon. Instructions to setup email on your devices (Apple, Android, Blackberry)can be found at http://www.uscupstate.edu/its Students have a 25 GB mailbox and 1 TB of online storage space that can be used to store files, collaborate with team members on projects, and submit class assignments. Students are required to use virus protection software on their own computers for additional security. This software is provided by the University to faculty, staff, and students. Detailed information on student user accounts and email access is available at www.uscupstate.edu/O365. For additional support, contact the Help Desk at 503- 5257 or Helpdesk@uscupstate.edu. Emergencies and Accidents If you have a life-threatening emergency requiring Police, Fire or Emergency Medical Response, (EMS) dial 911; or, to reach University Police for business and information dial 7777 from any campus telephone or (864) 503-7777 from cell phones or off-campus telephones. For non-emergency inquiries please call the University Police business line at extension 7777. When requesting emergency service, be prepared to provide the following information: Your name, Location of the emergency, Extent of the incident, injury or illness Emergency (blue light) Telephones Located on Building Exteriors Campus emergency phones connect directly to the Police Department. There are two types located at the entrance to most campus buildings. Open the weather proof box, lift the receiver and wait for a police department representative to answer. 1‘7186 - ‘17 Student Handbook 174


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