Academic & Student Support Services

Book Co-Op

The Book Co-Op began as a means of alleviating students of financial burdens. CMEA encourages students in need to borrow from the Co-Op. Those who purchased books with the help of The Samuel Harvey Fund are asked to donate those textbooks to replenish the Co-Op collection. With the generous donations by other students of additional used textbooks, the Co-Op is slowly growing into a viable alternative resource. The Book Co-Op resumes the first day of classes each semester. Students may check out a book at the beginning of the semester and return it at the end of the semester, free of charge.

Book Loan

Students demonstrating financial need may submit an application for a book loan. If approved, CMEA will purchase the book(s) on behalf of the student. The student will be able to use for the full semester, returning the book(s) to CMEA at the end of the semester.

Counseling

CMEA provides both walk-in and scheduled counseling appointments through email with Dr. John Wright, a licensed psychologist who works full time in the department of Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS). Dr. Wright is in CMEA on Thursdays from 10am-5pm.

Low-Cost Printing, Copying, and Faxing

CMEA offers printing, copying and faxing services. Students may purchase a print card for $25 per semester and have access to CMEA's computers and printer to print up to 25 pages a day for the semester. The Black House located at 1318 36th Street is open for printing as well with your CMEA Print Card. Copying is available to students -- simply bring your original source by the front desk and an intern will be able to assist you. Small quantity copying is also available to students. Contact CMEA at least 48 hours in advance for small quantity copying. Faxing is also available -- bring your document and an intern will assist you.

Weekly E-Newsletter: The DRUM

The purpose of the CMEA Weekly DRUM is to make information and opportunities available to the campus community and students who utliize CMEA services. If you would like to submit a blurb of no longer than two paragraphs for a student group, internship/job opportunity, or upcoming event, please do so! To request advertisement on the CMEA DRUM or any of our other media outlets, please visit the CMEA HoyaLink page, and complete the form titled "CMEA Event Publicity Request." Please click here to go directly to the form. This form is to be submitted by Friday at 5PM each week to be included in the following Monday's DRUM.

Every Monday, CMEA sends out the DRUM. If you would like to subscribe to the DRUM, please submit your subscription form by clicking here.

Programming Advising

If you need help planning a program for your student organization, such as a leadership retreat, reunion, social eent, or any other sort of program, contact CMEA to set up a time to meet with one of our staff members who can advise you to coordinate a program that meets your goals and needs.

Summer Housing Scholarship

For students demonstrating both high financial need and necessity to take a summer course, CMEA offers a limited number of summer housing scholarships for Session 1, 2 or both sessions. Applications for summer housing are usually available beginning the end of March in the Spring semester.