Reserve the Center
Student groups, faculty and staff may request to reserve the Center for meetings, speakers, workshops, film showings, performances and other special events. The event must be in some way related to the mission of the Center, which is to provide a space in which Pacific Islander students can gather, meet, and study, as well as for any others (students, faculty and staff) who have an interest in the region to use the facility as a way to learn about the region. Typically meetings and events must be held during hours that the Center is not open for student use, and is subject to staff availability.
Using the Center
All visitors to the Pacific Islander Student Center are expected to abide by the Center policies including the computer usage policies.
The following textbooks are available for students to borrow:
All books are to be used at the Center and during the operational hours of the Center. To use a book, you must have a valid student ID and it must be signed out at the beginning and signed in after returning.
The Center has desktop and laptop computers for students to use at the Center. Both PCs and Mac computers are available. Printing is also available. To print, students must have a valid student ID. Students are limited to a maximum of 20 pages of free printing per week. See the Student Assistant on duty for help with computers or printing.
Books about the Pacific Islands are available for use at the Center or to borrow for a maximum of 2 weeks at a time. Please see the Student Assistant on duty for help.
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