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Tip of the Day

  • Check your print balance

    Each student is entitled to print 650 pages for free at on-campus printers (plus an additional 250 sheets in the summer). You can also check your balance or add more pages any time.

  • How do I start a new graduate student group on campus?

    Submit the Student Group Application Form to gradsun@lclark.edu. All new groups are required to have a supporting faculty member as an advisor.

  • Preprint daily parking passes and bypass the kiosk line

    Day and evening parking passes are now available for purchase online at thepermitstore.com. Passes are date specific and sent to the email address of the buyer. They can be printed before coming to campus. When viewing the permit store website, enter Lewis & Clark as your destination, and select the daily pass option.

  • Find a carpool buddy

    Metro, the regional government agency for Portland, runs a robust carpool matching service for the area. Sign in, enter your schedule and your route, and start looking for others with similar commutes. The service can also help you find buddies to bike commute with.  Drive. Less. Connect.

  • Work out and don’t sweat the cost (free!)

    Your ID card gives you full access to Pamplin Sports Center and and Zehntbauer Swim Pavilion. Recreation permits for your family can be purchased in the athletics office for a nominal annual fee.  

  • Order a transcript

    Applying for a job, a license, or an advanced degree? You’ll need a copy of your transcript. You can order transcripts by mail, fax, or in person at the registrar’s office. Details at https://graduate.lclark.edu/offices/registrar/transcripts.

  • Save 10% on Bon Appetit meals

    Use your ID card as a debit card and save 10% on every purchase. Go to the Bon Appetit office in Templeton Student Center to make a deposit of $100 or more and an additional 10% of value will be added to your balance. 

  • How do I view my program evaluation?

    To check on your progress toward a degree, go to WebAdvisor and under the “Academic Profile” choose the “Program Evaluation” link. These tips (PDF) can help you understand the evaluation.

  • Access the graduate computer lab any time, night or day

    A fully appointed computer lab with printers is located in York 118. Students may access the labs at any time with student ID. Additional computers can be found in the York Open Computer Center and Watzek Library. 

  • Need tech help? Ask Lynda

    Learn a new program at your own pace through lynda.com, which offers more than 900 video-based online tutorials covering both basic and in-depth topics. To check out a license, send an email to training@lclark.edu and let IT know when to reserve access for you.

  • Learn to edit your own film projects or use Google Docs to work collaboratively with peers
    Information Technology training workshops are open to currently enrolled students! Click here for a full list of classes currently being offered. Don’t see one that fits your interest? If you assemble five or more people who are interested in a class on a specific topic (using our supported software), we will present the class. It’s as easy as that!
  • Get help during times of stress

    On-campus mental health services are available for all graduate students. The Counseling Service is open for regular and emergency appointments. An emergency crisis line is available during hours when counseling staff are unavailable. Email counsel@lclark.edu. Crisis line: 503-265-7804

  • How do I set up an appointment with Health Services?

    To schedule an appointment, call 503-768-7165 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday (fall, winter, and spring only).

  • Have questions about financial aid?

    Check out the financial aid FAQ page. Or take a look at the financial aid timetable to find out your deadlines and when awards are made. You can also check your award.

  • Discounted professional development opportunties

    Some continuing education opportunities offered through the Center for Community Engagement have a discounted “student rate” for current students. Check out the full list of workshops and courses online, then inquire in Rogers 105 about discounts.

Watzek Wisdom

  • August 28
    We have heard from students that they ‘pass’ on journal articles that don’t have the pdf full-text loaded right into the database they’re searching, perhaps because they don’t understand the GET ITEM button. Clicking it when you don’t see full-text immediately will activate our link resolver, which will link to other sources where we have access to the full-text of the item. If full-text is not available, you will see print access information or will be prompted to order the item through Interlibrary Loan.

 

 

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