Services Provided

Commons Area
Copy Center
Library Circulation
Research Desk
Speaking Center
Writing Center


 Commons Area , Karen Hendrick, 674-2969
  • Comfortable seating and conversation areas
  • Group work spaces
  • Group computer stations
  • Individual computer stations
  • Popular books, newspapers and magazines

 CopyCat , 674-2990

  • Black & White, color, and large-format printing
  • Business document and report writing
  • Binding and finishing services
  • Image and text scanning services
  • Multimedia development facilities

 Library Circulation , Karen Hendrick, 674-2969

  • Return and check out materials
  • Pay fines for ACU, HSU, McM, and APL
  • Check out Reserve materials for classes
  • Pick up ILL and courier items

 Research Desk, Librarian, 674-2941

  • Reference and research assistance
  • Print or online search guidance
  • ALCON library database assistance
  • Government documents depository
  • Inter-library loan and retrieval

Speaking Center, 480-4312 (local number)

  • Assistance with ideas and planning for speeches
  • Help with PowerPoint presentations
  • Help finding research and support materials for speeches
  • Help with effective delivery and oral presentation
  • Help with team projects

Starbucks at the Learning Commons, 674-2086

  • Coffee, tea, frozen beverages
  • Full menu food services
  • Catering and on-campus delivery of menu items
  • Conversation areas with wireless internet
  • Internet connected computers

 Team55, 674-5555

  • Computer diagnostics and troubleshooting
  • Virus and spyware removal
  • Campus networking setup and assistance
  • Network quota and print balance management
  • Account password resets

Writing Center, Dr. Cole Bennett, 674-4833

  • Assistance with ideas and planning for writing
  • Revising drafts of written assignments
  • Documentation assistance (MLA, APA, Turabian, and Chicago)
  • Editing help with grammar and mechanics

Thanks to a donation from an alumnus, the Special Collections at ACU's Center for Restoration Studies now houses two Ethiopian religious texts dating back to the turn of the 19th century.

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