Course plans, syllabi, tests and exams, handouts, teaching modules, manuals, instructional aids, forms, tables, transparency masters, memoranda, letters, multiple original letters and envelopes, grant proposals, handbooks, newsletters, annual reports, brochures, club fliers, programs, or any college-related material may be brought to the Word Processing Center for word processing.
All course plans are stored electronically. They should be brought to the Word Processing Center for initial processing and subsequent revising. The Dean’s office uses the stored course plan files to fulfill requirements that a current copy of each course plan be on file.
All tests and test-related materials are kept in a locked cabinet after processing and copying. All tests and highly confidential materials should be given to one of the staff and not left in the in basket. Students do not have access to the test cabinet. When picking up finished tests, please ask one of the staff. If you need to pick up a test after 5:00 p.m., please make prior arrangements with the WPC staff to have the test placed in a sealed manila envelope and left for you either in your mailbox or in Word Processing.
All other completed documents will be placed in your box inside the WPC door or on the counter in the copy room.