Student Affairs

Community Resources for Students

This directory is a referral guide. Inclusion of agencies or professionals in this resource directory does not imply endorsement or recommendation. The Office of Student Affairs does not assume liability for any acts or omissions of agencies or professionals listed herein. National Hotlines Veterans Crisis Line veteranscrisisline.net 800-273-8255, press 1 or text: 838255 Gay and Lesbian National Hotline www.glnh.org with peer support chat 888-THE-GLNH (843-4564) National Eating Disorders Association Helpline www.nationaleatingdisorders.org with chatline 800-931-2237 SAFE Alternatives (Self-Abuse Finally Ends) www.selfinjury.com 800-DONT-CUT (366-8288) Childhelp USA National Child Abuse Hotline www.childhelpusa.org 800-4-A-CHILD (422-4453) Alcohol/Drug Abuse Hotline 800-662-HELP (4357) National Domestic Violence Hotline thehotline.org 800-799-SAFE (4357) Local Food Bank Resources ACTS 9 (Adventist Caring Through Sharing) 301-739-3854 Bridge of Life 301-791-1674 Maryland Food Bank www.mdfoodbank.org Abuse/Neglect CASA, Inc. www.casainc.org 24 hr hotline: 301-739-8975 Healthcare Community Free Clinic www.cfcwc.com 301-733-9234 Housing Assisted Housing Summary Sheet www.hagerstownhomestore.org/ FedAsstHsngFactSheet.pdf Apartments.com www.apartments.com/apartments/hagerstown-md/ Transportation County Commuter www.washco-md/net/transit 240-313-2750 General Health and Human Services 2-1-1 Maryland www.211md.org Dial: 2-1-1 Washington County Community Action Council www.wccac.org 301-797-4161 Maryland Department of Human Resources www.dhr.state.md.us 800-332-6347 Counseling and Behavioral Resources BIT Community Resources www.hagerstowncc.edu/docs/student-affairs/bit-community-resources

HCC Campus Card (Student I.D.)

At the start of the spring 2016 semester, Student I.D. cards will function as an HCC Campus Card and there will now be a charge for printing and copying services on campus. All new and returning full-time and part-time students must have an HCC issued photo ID. All IDs must have a current semester sticker on the back to be valid. To obtain a photo ID or sticker for your card, you are required to present your class schedule, which indicates that you paid your tuition bill. Student IDs can be obtained in the Student Center. The HCC Campus Card (Student I.D.) has the capability to allow students to preload funds to use toward food services and printing and copying services on campus. Students can log in to their HCC Campus Card account at any time to add value, request funds from home, view transaction history, update contact information, and manage other preferences. Funds added to an HCC Campus Card account can be used toward purchases at any of HCC's three eateries or can be transferred to a PaperCut account for printing and copying services on campus. Students will need to separately log in to their PaperCut account to transfer funds from their HCC Campus Card account to their PaperCut account (see Printing and Copying Services below). When $50 or more is added to an HCC Campus Card account, students will receive an additional 10 percent. The HCC Campus Card (Student I.D.) can be used at the following locations: Valley Eatery Hilltop Grill Hawk Café All HCC Printers and Copiers (PaperCut account) In the future, the HCC Campus Card will be available for use in the HCC Campus Store. How to log in to HCC Campus Card account: First students must obtain an HCC Campus Card (Student I.D.) from the Student Activities Office on campus Then students must register and create a log in for an HCC Campus Card account at www.hcc.campuscardcenter.com Please be sure to read the account terms and conditions Parents, family, and friends can add funds to any students account without logging in by using the "Quick Add Value" option to search a student name and Student I.D. number Printing and Copying Services HCC uses PaperCut, a fee-based print management system, for all HCC student printing and copying services at all printers and copiers on campus. PaperCut is a separate account from the HCC Campus Card account. Credit students with at least 12 credits will automatically receive $10.50 per semester, while those with less than 12 credits will automatically receive $5.25 per semester. PaperCut funds that are not used will roll over to the next semester.  PaperCut services will be available in the following locations: Location Services Type Learning Support Center (LSC) Print Black & White Brish Library - LRC Copy, Print Color, Black & White Digital Printing and Design Services (DPDS) CPB - 136 Copy, Print Color, Black & White Classroom Labs Print Black & White How to activate PaperCut account: First students must obtain an HCC Campus Card (Student I.D.) from the Student Activities Office on campus Then students must activate their PaperCut account using their HCC Campus Card (Student I.D.) at one of the self-serve stations located in the LSC and Brish Library How to add funds to PaperCut account: To log in to a PaperCut account, visit http://hcc-papercut:9191/user Once logged in, students can transfer up to $10 at a time from their HCC Campus Card account to their PaperCut account. (See tutorials on the right sidebar) *HCC will not be issuing refunds for unused funds in your PaperCut account. How to print and copy using PaperCut account: Log in to an HCC computer using student email username and password Print Document Pick-up document at printer using HCC Campus Card (Student I.D.) to release job* *LSC/Library/DPDS – must swipe HCC Campus Card (Student I.D.) to release job Printing and Copying Student Rates Page Type Rate Single-sided black and white $0.07 Double-sided black and white $0.05 per side Single-sided color $0.28 Double-sided color $0.25 per side  

HCC to host political forum

The Office of Student Affairs and the Political Science Club at Hagerstown Community College will host a political forum entitled, “Civil Liberties, Citizen Freedoms, and National Security,” on Thursday, November 19, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the main dining hall of HCC’s Student Center.