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40 Campus Services Books and Bookstore All textbooks and other supplies needed by Lee College stu- dents are available in the College Bookstore, which is lo- cated in Moler Hall. Books may be purchased online at: In addition, the bookstore stocks a variety of stationery, clothing, and personal items. The class schedule contains bookstore policies. For more in- formation on services provided by the bookstore, please call 281.425.6360. Based on federal and state action: "A student of this institu- tion is not under any obligation to purchase a textbook from a university affiliated bookstore. The same textbook may also be available from an independent retailer, including an online retailer." Information about ISBN numbers for text- books may be accessed through the Lee College Bookstore web page at Campus Security Lee College provides a Campus Security Office as a service to students. Security officers are on duty twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. They are available to escort persons to and from parking lots, to assist in starting stalled vehicles, and to open vehicles which were inadvertently locked. Incidents involving crime, theft, vandalism, automobile acci- dents, or damage to vehicles should be reported to the Campus Security Office. The office may be contacted by dial- ing 281.425.6888 (off-campus), by using campus extension 6888, or by picking up one of the red emergency telephones that are located around campus. Childcare Services Childcare services are offered to students, employees, and the community at the Diana Gray Childcare Center. Church Women United operates the childcare and offers a creative learning curriculum designed to meet the needs of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Flexible scheduling allows day students to secure childcare that is compatible with their class schedules and study time. For more information, con- tact the Diana Gray Center at 281.427.2507. Childcare assistance is offered to eligible technical students through the Special Populations Office who might not oth- erwise be able to afford childcare while in day classes. Child- care assistance is generally available for children through sixth grade at most licensed childcares in the Lee College service area while parents are in day classes. This service is available pending continuation of funding. For more infor- mation, contact the Special Population Office at 281.425.6492 or 281.425.6559. Food Services The Rebel Roost (snack bar) in Moler Hall serves the College family in comfortable and attractive surroundings. The Rebel Roost offers a full menu of choices for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In addition to the regular menu, a home-cooked meal is available from 10:30 am - 2:00 pm on the steam table. A food service meal card is available to students who wish to purchase meals for the entire semester. For more in- formation on dining options, please call the Rebel Roost at 281.425.6402. Books and Beans in the Cyber Café is a student operated snack bar, located in the Student Center. It features coffee, ice cream, and fast food lunches from off-campus vendors. Operating hours are posted each semester. Student Career and Employment Office The Student Career and Employment Office functions as an equal opportunity employer referral service for Lee College students and alumni. The objective of the office is to assist students and graduates in obtaining part-time and full-time employment on and off campus. Students can schedule an appointment with the Employ- ment Specialist to receive assistance writing and/or updat- ing their résumés, as well as preparing for upcoming job interviews. In addition, students can register with the Stu- dent Career and Employment Office to receive access to the Lee College Rebel Job Link, a computerized job data base listing current employment opportunities available to stu- dents and alumni. The office also hosts annual job fairs which bring employers on campus. Job fairs are an excellent opportunity for stu- dents to fill out applications for hire, present their résumé to interested employers, and research employment opportuni- ties. For more information contact the Student Career and Employment Office at 281.425.6572 or online at: Project LeeWay Project LeeWay is a program designed for economically dis- advantaged adult learners with a GED or high school diploma. Most of these students have never been to college and have been out of school for a period of time. Most have a family and realize their need for a results-oriented techni- cal education to support themselves. Students receive col- lege credit to attend a six-week class, four days per week. They learn college expectations, decision making, goal set- ting, time management and study strategies, career explo- ration, conflict resolution, and more. Eligible students may qualify to receive childcare assistance during Project Lee- Way, as well as when they enroll in technical programs.

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