Normal hours during the fall and spring semesters for most buildings are 7 a.m.–10 p.m., Monday–Thursday, and 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Friday when classes are in session with the exception of the library and art gallery, buildings are closed on weekends, unless used for scheduled classes or special events.
During periods of time when classes are not in session, the buildings will be open as posted.
Secretarial services for IU adjunct faculty are located in their respective department offices (see page 31 of this handbook).
Secretarial services for Purdue part-time lecturers are located in their respective department offices.
Material to be typed, copied, and/or duplicated should be given to the department secretaries well in advance (and at least five working days) of the date on which the material is needed. Midterm and final examinations, and any other intricate or voluminous material, should be submitted two weeks before needed. Work submitted well before the time needed is welcomed and appreciated; such cooperation will provide the secretaries with ample time to turn out quality work.
Only examinations, handouts (please move these to the Resources section of Oncourse if possible), and syllabi (this should be on Oncourse) essential to a course should be duplicated at University expense and distributed free to students. Such syllabi or other materials should be of reasonable length. Copyright laws do not permit the duplication of sections of textbooks, workbooks, or periodicals for distribution to students.
The secretaries are to prepare institutional and professional work only and should not be asked to prepare personal material.
Office and classroom supplies for all faculty members are available from appropriate department secretaries.
When items needed are required to be purchased from an outside source, contact your chairperson/director for a purchase requisition form. This form must be completed and returned to the unit head for approval. If approved, it will then be typed by a secretary and forwarded to the Purchasing Office for processing. Individuals are not authorized to contact vendors about placing orders.
Faculty can submit material for duplication either to the department faculty secretaries or directly to the Mailing and Duplicating Office (KO 044). Purdue faculty must submit through the department.
Material must be submitted to the duplicating area at least 24 hours before it is needed (excluding weekends).
A completed duplication request form, available from department secretaries or the staff in the Mailing and Duplicating office, must accompany material to be duplicated. Duplication Services is open from 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday. If you need to pick up duplicated materials after 5 p.m., please ask the Duplicating staff to deliver the materials to your department’s work room. Copy machines are located in each school in their faculty lounges/workrooms. Since it is more expensive to use these, please check with your departments to see what volume should go to central duplicating. Please see your departmental secretary or Richard Sandy, KO 044, for a code access to the copier. Purdue faculty members need to contact Wanda Hunt, KC 250, to obtain an access code for the Purdue copier.
Mailboxes for adjunct faculty who teach on campus are located in departments. Class roster audits and grade rosters will be available from OneStart. Please pick up your mail weekly during the semester. Mail for Purdue part-time lecturers is available in KC 265. Contact 455-9375 for details.
A scantron machine, for mechanical scoring of multiple choice and true/false examinations, is located on the second floor of the Main Building (KO 277) and the third floor of the East Building (faculty lounge). The scantron in the East Building is connected to a computer and has the ability to run more complex analyses. Contact the CLTA for training on the scantron in the East Building.
The scantron in the Main Building can only score answers as correct/not correct. Blank answer sheets for either scantron can be obtained from the department secretaries.
Calls for IU adjunct faculty and Purdue part-time lecturers should be directed to their respective department secretaries.
Telephones are located in the faculty lounges (KO 238 and KE 323). Please use these phones for local and on-campus calls. Long distance calls by adjunct faculty should be placed through their department secretaries as long distance authorization codes are required. There are also “house phones” in each building for local and in-house calls.
Adjunct Conference Room - Third Floor East Building
A large conference room for your use is located on the east end of the third floor of the East Building. Please be courteous when using this space as this is a shared facility.
Services related to parking are provided through the Parking Office (KC 240) from 8 a.m.–8:30 p.m., Monday–Thursday and Friday 8-5 p.m. All persons who use University parking facilities must register their vehicle and must display a proper parking permit from Indiana University Kokomo. Permits may be purchased during registration or during the above office hours.
Parking fees for adjuncts per semester are $6.40 per credit hour taught. Parking must be paid for with a check as the office cannot take cash or credit cards.
All vehicles should be parked in properly designated areas only. Parking and traffic citations may be issued for improper parking, improper display of permit, no permit displayed, failure to register, or false registration.
Vehicles in violation are subject to towing and storage at the owner’s expense and risk.
Parking fines are currently $50 for parking in handicapped locations without a valid handicapped permit. All other fines are $25 except when parked in fire lanes. Fire lane tickets may be from the City of Kokomo; they
Student parking is prohibited on the oval drive. Parking regulations will be enforced from 7 a.m.–10 p.m., Monday–Thursday and 7 a.m.–5 p.m. on Fridays.
Escort service is available to students, faculty, and staff beginning at dusk until 8 p.m., Monday–Friday, by contacting the Welcome Center, 455-2000. Escort service needed after 8 p.m. and on Saturdays and Sundays should be prearranged by calling the Physical Plant, Ext. 9273 (765-455-9273) (let it ring; personnel might not be near the telephone.)
The Indiana University Kokomo Bookstore is owned and operated by Barnes and Noble and is located in the Kelley Student Center. Bookstore hours are Monday—Thursday, 9 a.m.–7 p.m., and Fridays, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Summer session hours are shorter. Please visit www.iuk.bncollege.com for hours and other information, or call us at (765) 455-9247. Check with your academic department for textbook requests due dates. Desk copies are ordered through the academic units.
Lost and Found
Lost and found items that are located on campus should be taken to the Welcome Center located in Alumni Hall in the Kelley Student Center. Items that are found that should be secured (e.g., money, purses, etc.) should be taken to the Bursar's office. If it is after hours, contact Security.
Student Personal Counseling
Do you have students finding it difficult to adjust to the college experience or to daily life on a university campus? IU Kokomo offers six free confidential counseling sessions to currently registered IU Kokomo and Purdue University College of Technology students. For more information or a referral to a locally licensed counseling service, contact the Office of Student Services and Enrollment Management, KC 234, 455-9214. Office hours are 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday.
Student Health Insurance
Indiana University has a 2012-2013 Student Health Insurance Plan, available from The Chickering Group, an Aetna Company. Undergraduate and Graduate Student Voluntary Plan, is available at www.Chickering.com or pick up a brochure in the Office of Student Services, KC 234.
The Registrar’s Office periodically sends communications to faculty regarding such matters as class rosters, student absences, withdrawals, and grading procedures. The response to these items should be prompt and
accurate. Questions regarding FERPA should also be directed to the Registrar's Office. Problems relating to a student’s enrollment status should be directed to the Registrar’s Office.
Purdue students should be directed to the Purdue Student Services Office in KC 250B.
Student Success Center
The Student Success Center provides support and tutoring for students in Writing, English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL), Computer usage, and Study Skills. Students can drop in or make appointments for tutoring in Elementary Composition (W131), as well as support with term papers for other courses. Computers are available for word processing. The Center is located in the Library. Call 455-9425 for hours and more information.
The Math Lab is located on the lower level of the Main Building in KO 048B. Call 455-9587 for more information.
The Audio-Visual Department is located in Room 127 of the Library. The AV Department can furnish most equipment needed to support the professor in the classroom. We will take requests via phone, e-mail, or in writing. If you have problems with any of the equipment, please call the IT Support Center at 455-9315. You can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will take care of the problems as soon as possible. To schedule equipment we must to be notified at least 24 hours in advance. For more information, please contact the IT Support Center at 455-9315.
For information about library services, visit the Indiana University Kokomo Library Web page, www.iuk.edu/library. Additional information is available at the Library’s Faculty Portal page, at http://www.iuk.edu/academics/library/faculty_portal/index.shtml. Feel free to contact a librarian at the Ask-A-Librarian desk by phone 455-9521 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Library instruction for faculty or classes and research consultations for faculty are available upon request. If you're interested in scheduling an appointment or have any questions regarding instruction, please contact our Information Literacy Librarian, Yan He, directly at 455-9249 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IU Kokomo Art Gallery
The Indiana University Kokomo Art Gallery is located in the Kelley Center, near the Library. Tours for classes are available. Call 455-9523 for hours and arrangements.
Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (CTLA)
The mission of the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment is to support effective teaching and promote student learning through development of the faculty. The Center’s activities include:
• Identifying and providing resources for faculty to enhance their teaching.
• Promoting effective teaching practices in and out of the classroom.
• Promoting the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).
• Providing technology training and consultation for faculty and staff.
• Supporting assessment of student learning by academic programs and support units.
CTLA maintains a computer lab in KO 275 for the use of IU Kokomo faculty and staff. The room is generally open Monday—Thursday late afternoon until early evening when classes are in session. If the room is closed, instructions on how to obtain the key are posted on the bulletin board next to the door.
In addition, CTLA conducts new adjunct orientation and training classes in instructional technologies, including Oncourse, as well as brown bag discussions and other workshops for faculty. CTLA also sponsors the annual adjunct faculty dinner, held the week before classes begin in the fall. Invitations are sent by the academic departments to all adjunct faculty members.
The CTLA Web site (http://www.iuk.edu/academics/ctla/) describes the training and development activities available. Please e-mail at email@example.com.