Wakehurst Student Center
The Office of Student Activities manages the Wakehurst Student Center, a multipurpose facility that serves the needs and interests of students, faculty, and staff at Salve Regina University. The center is a comfortable place to relax, attend a live performance, or enjoy a light refreshment.
Mercy Center for Spiritual Life
The Mercy Center for Spiritual Life fosters and encourages religious and spiritual life on the Salve Regina campus. In keeping with the mission of the University, the Mercy Center warmly welcomes people of all beliefs to engage in a lively and respectful practice of their faith, to seek wisdom and to promote universal justice. Through friendship, service, study and prayer, members of the Salve Regina community encourage and help one another to enter into a sincere, intelligent and loving relationship with God, to live the works of Mercy in service to one another and to form a community that honors the dignity of each person.
Catholic Mass is celebrated in Our Lady of Mercy Chapel:
- Sunday: 11 a.m. (except Christmas, Easter, and Commencement)
- Sunday at 7 p.m. (September through mid-May)
- Monday through Thursday at noon
Office of Career Development
The Office of Career Development plays an active role in preparing graduate students for the job market. Career advisors are available to students through individual appointments and daily drop-in hours, and the Salve Regina Gateway system provides students with 24/7 access to employment postings, online resources, and industry information for a variety of career fields. For a full description of available career services and resources, students may visit the Career Development website at www.salve.edu/offices/careerdev/.
The University Bookstore, located in Miley Hall, carries academic and general interest books, as well as a full line of school supplies including computer related merchandise. Textbooks for online and campus-based courses are available online from the bookstore. Textbooks should be ordered before the course begins to ensure that you will not fall behind in your course work. The bookstore provides health-related items, Salve Regina imprinted clothing and gifts, greeting cards, room accessories, and snacks and beverages. The store accepts MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express and personal checks. Payments may be made with the Salve Regina card. The bookstore’s website may be accessed at www.salve.bkstr.com.
The Business Office, located on the second floor of Ochre Court, maintains the University’s record of financial transactions relating to individual students. Payments to the University from tuition fees and other financial obligations are made to this office.
The Copy Center, located on the garden level of the McKillop Library, offers photocopying, duplicating, and binding services.
Food service locations on campus include the Original Burger Company in Miley Hall, Global Café in Wakehurst, and Jazzman Café in O’Hare Academic Center.
Safety and Security
The Office of Safety and Security strives to preserve the safety, security and wellbeing of the University community through 24-hour coverage. The security staff members are trained in first aid and CPR and receive regular in-service training. Staff members work to prevent crime, provide high visibility security patrols, and respond quickly and effectively to the University community needs. Crimes involving violence, major property loss, or felony charges are reported immediately to the appropriate outside agency.
The office maintains strong working relationships with other University offices as well as with local police and fire departments. Through training materials and presentations, the office highlights the importance of education as the key element in crime prevention. The office strives to increase awareness of campus safety, and encourages all to report suspicious activity on campus.
Vehicle Registration and Parking
Eligible full-time and part-time students, faculty and staff intending to have a vehicle on campus must have it registered each academic year through the Office of Safety and Security in Tobin Hall. A decal for on-campus parking is issued and a service fee is charged. All campus parking areas are clearly posted. Fines are levied on those who do not observe parking regulations. The Office of Safety and Security has the authority to tow, at the owner’s expense, any vehicle on University property that violates parking signs and regulations.
The SALVE card serves as an identification card for members of the Salve Regina University community and can grant access to a multitude of services. Students are required to carry their student identification card with them at all times. The cards can be used to check materials out of the library, gain access to the library’s special reference databases, and utilize the Sullivan Fitness Center. Money can be deposited on the card to be used for the following: Salve Regina University Bookstore purchases, campus soda and snack machines, Global Café, Jazzman Café, and Original Burger Company purchases, library copiers, Sullivan Fitness Center, McKillop Library Mail Services, and Copy Center.
Salve Regina University identification cards are available to all new students at the time of initial enrollment by the Office of Safety and Security. Identification cards provide access to the University computer laboratories, the McKillop Library, the cafeteria and to other specific buildings, functions or events. Identification cards should be carried at all times, since students may be asked to present them to University officials upon request. They are to be retained until graduation or departure from the University. If lost or stolen, cards should be reported immediately to the Office of Safety and Security. A $25 replacement fee will be charged.
Procedures and Hours to Obtain Parking Decals and Student Identification Cards
The Office of Safety and Security in Tobin Hall is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each weekday for processing decals and identifications. In addition, this office remains open until 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday during the first two weeks of classes each semester, specifically to assist those unable to come earlier. Since Tobin Hall has limited accessibility, all students needing accommodations based on disability should contact the Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education to arrange alternative procedures.
Cancellations for Inclement Weather
Classes cancelled due to inclement weather or other emergencies will be announced through the University’s central switchboard (401-847-6650), local radio and television stations, and on the University website.