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  • Forms | Dominican University
    Wellness Center News Events Around Campus Blog Directory Commencement Dominican Magazine Newsroom O Connor Art Gallery Performing Arts Center Siena Center Social Media Parents Family Commencement Giving Resources Parent Family Mailings About About DU Message From The President Accreditation University Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Home About Us Current Students Prospective Students Forms Manage My Money Resources Tuition Forms Below are links to forms that may be needed to complete financial aid verification submit an appeal and complete your student loan acknowledgment form Completed forms can be dropped of in Lewis 120 emailed to finaid dom edu or faxed to 708 366 6478 Verification Dependent Verification Form V1 Dependent Verification Form V3 Dependent Verification Form V4 Dependent Verification Form V5 Dependent Verification Form V6 Independent Verification Form V1 Independent Verification Form V3 Independent Verification

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  • Managing My Money | Dominican University
    home balancing your checkbook or investing in your 401 k the resources on MyMoney gov can help you maximize your financial decisions Throughout the site you will find important information from 20 Federal agencies and Bureaus designed to help you make smart financial choices OnGuardOnline gov is the federal government s website to help you be safe secure and responsible online OnGuardOnline gov is a partner in the Stop Think Connect campaign led by the Department of Homeland Security and part of the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education led by the National Institute of Standards and Technology CashCourse org will help you make informed financial decisions throughout your college years and into your professional life Identity Theft Identity theft is a growing problem Typical ways a student becomes a victim include leaving personal information lying around the dorm room or failing to shred credit card offers before throwing them away What is identity theft Identity theft is a widespread and growing national problem for everyone This crime involves the theft of your personal information such as your name address telephone number and Social Security number Identity thieves steal your personal information and ruin your credit These thieves often run up thousands of dollars in credit card debt just to name one problem and the bills are sent to you for payment Your credit rating can be ruined Even though it s not your fault you re the one who has to clean up the damage which can take months or even years to correct How can this happen Identity theft occurs when someone wrongly gets your personal information such as your Social Security number or driver s license number and uses that information to obtain credit cards loans including student loans or merchandise and services in your name Identity thieves usually get this information from a personal computer that you used for online banking or purchasing transactions Sometimes just using a cell phone or using your Social Security number for identification can leave you at risk Why Each of these transactions requires that you share personal information such as your name address and phone number and your bank and credit card numbers Occasionally this information falls into the wrong hands What happens if someone steals my identity and gets a student loan in my name For Stafford Loans and PLUS Loans this is considered false certification of loan eligibility and the loan might be discharged canceled How can I avoid identity theft Don t throw credit card applications you don t want into the trash Cut them into several pieces or shred them so no one can retrieve them and apply for credit in your name Safeguard your Social Security number at all times You generally have to provide it to your employer or your bank but if a business wants it ask why it s needed and how it will be used before you give it out There probably is no legitimate reason for any business to need your

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  • Resources | Dominican University
    Business Continuing Studies Education Library Information Science Physician Assistant Studies Social Work University Resources Academic Services Book Store Career Development Financial Aid Rebecca Crown Library Athletics STARS DU STARS Intramurals Recreation Student Life Student Life Activities and Organizations Book Store Commuter Information Dining Services Residence Life University Ministry Wellness Center News Events Around Campus Blog Directory Commencement Dominican Magazine Newsroom O Connor Art Gallery Performing Arts Center Siena Center Social Media Parents Family Commencement Giving Resources Parent Family Mailings About About DU Message From The President Accreditation University Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Home About Us Current Students Prospective Students Forms Manage My Money Resources Scholarships Grants Loans Veterans Benefits Additional Aid Tuition Resources There are many resources that are available to assist with educational costs including scholarships grants and student loans Explore the

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  • Tuition | Dominican University
    Core Curriculum Courses Honors Program Community based Learning Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Graduate Studies Business Continuing Studies Education Library Information Science Physician Assistant Studies Social Work University Resources Academic Services Book Store Career Development Financial Aid Rebecca Crown Library Athletics STARS DU STARS Intramurals Recreation Student Life Student Life Activities and Organizations Book Store Commuter Information Dining Services Residence Life University Ministry Wellness Center News Events Around Campus Blog Directory Commencement Dominican Magazine Newsroom O Connor Art Gallery Performing Arts Center Siena Center Social Media Parents Family Commencement Giving Resources Parent Family Mailings About About DU Message From The President Accreditation University Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Home About Us Current Students Prospective Students Forms Manage My Money Resources Tuition Undergraduate Graduate Tuition Learn more about tuition fee room and board rates Current undergraduate

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  • Research Help | Dominican University
    Residence Life University Ministry Wellness Center News Events Around Campus Blog Directory Commencement Dominican Magazine Newsroom O Connor Art Gallery Performing Arts Center Siena Center Social Media Parents Family Commencement Giving Resources Parent Family Mailings About About DU Message From The President Accreditation University Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Rebecca Crown Library Research Help Research Guides Class Pages Tutorials Citation Help Browser Toolbar Library Instruction Collections Using the Library About Us Dominican librarians are available Monday Thursday 9 a m 9 p m Friday Saturday 9 a m 5 p m Sunday 12 p m 9 p m Call 708 524 6876 for immediate assistance Online chat reference is available through AskAway Get live help from librarians throughout Illinois Research Help Get help on your research and assignments by asking a librarian or using

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  • Library Instruction | Dominican University
    Online chat reference is available through AskAway Get live help from librarians throughout Illinois Library Instruction Information literacy as defined by the Association of College and Research Libraries ACRL is a set of abilities requiring individuals to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate evaluate and use effectively the needed information It is a key component of Dominican s University Wide Student Learning Goals particularly in Goal 1 Knowledge Depth and Breadth Goal 2 Critical Thinking and Goal 3 Research and Scholarship Students use of libraries contributes to higher retention and graduation rates and information literacy instruction s effect on retention is a growing area of research See The Value of Academic Libraries 2010 Following ACRL s Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education librarians in the Rebecca Crown Library Instruction Program teach students to retrieve evaluate and ethically and legally use information give students confidence in their information seeking abilities and help prepare students for success in future educational endeavors and in the workplace Instruction is available for any class offered through Dominican including online classes and classes at Grayslake Triton and Harold Washington Library Center ACRL s Standards for Distance Learning Library Services guide our practice of providing instruction to all students regardless of location We provide Research instruction embedded in the undergraduate curriculum Students are introduced to library research skills during instruction sessions in their ENG 102 ENG 190 or SPCS 200 course Students who place out of ENG 102 must register for the Information Access Workshop during their first semester at Dominican Librarians help students locate online and print sources through articles databases and book catalog use the Internet for academic research critically evaluate information and use information ethically and legally Students demonstrate these skills and fulfill the information literacy curriculum requirement

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  • Collections | Dominican University
    Ministry Wellness Center News Events Around Campus Blog Directory Commencement Dominican Magazine Newsroom O Connor Art Gallery Performing Arts Center Siena Center Social Media Parents Family Commencement Giving Resources Parent Family Mailings About About DU Message From The President Accreditation University Mission and History Diversity Concerns and Complaints Strategic Plans Board of Trustees Campus Map Locations and Directions Branding Green Initiatives Jobs at DU Faculty Development Research Services Office of Institutional Research Support DU GO Close Alumnae Accepted Students Faculty Staff Current Students Campus News Bookstore Library engageDU Career Center Webmail Wellness Center MyDU Admission Financial Aid Academics Athletics Student Life News Events Parents About Graduate School Continuing Studies Support DU Apply Rebecca Crown Library Research Help Library Instruction Collections Archives Special Collections Digital Collections Constellation Government Documents Media Center Mae Kennedy Kane Irish Book Collection Using the Library About Us Dominican librarians are available Monday Thursday 9 a m 9 p m Friday Saturday 9 a m 5 p m Sunday 12 p m 9 p m Call 708 524 6876 for immediate assistance Online chat reference is available through AskAway Get live help from librarians throughout Illinois Collections The Rebecca Crown Library houses more than 200 000 titles

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  • Using the Library | Dominican University
    need to meet with a group or talk while studying You may also talk on your phone in these areas though reception isn t very good Databases Subscription databases are available for use when you are on campus If you are off campus contact a reference librarian for suggestions for free online databases or open access publications Guest Users Checking out books The Rebecca Crown Library loans materials to community members The Reaching Across Illinois Library System except for Chicago Public Library members ELS students Trinity High School students Fenwick High School students and persons with catholic affiliations You can register for a library account at the circulation desk For further questions regarding circulation policies checkout privileges loans periods search requests and recalls please call 708 524 6876 Loan Periods You may check out books for 8 weeks Lost books will be charged the cost of replacement plus a 15 processing fee Where to study By yourself The first and second floors are intended for quiet study Please respect the needs of all students in these areas for quiet study space The Noonan Reading Room located on the second floor of Lewis Hall is also designated as a quiet study area With a group The Cyber Cafe and tables near the reference collection are available for times when you need to meet with a group or talk while studying You may also talk on your phone in these areas though reception isn t very good Databases Subscription databases are available for use when you are on campus If you are off campus contact a reference librarian for suggestions for free online databases or open access publications Computer Access Computers are available to visitors for four hours a day two hours during peak times You will need to get a guest account which will be yours to use whenever you come to the library Accounts are available at either the reference desk or the circulation desk We will need a current photo ID By registering for the account guest users agree to abide by library Information Technology and University Policy View the Information Technology Policy For questions about computer access please contact the Public Services Librarian Jill Bambenek by phone at 708 524 6874 or email jbambenek dom edu Printing Printing is 10 cents a page Add money to your account at the kiosk on the lower level Staff at the reference desk can help you with this Quiet Areas and Group Study Room Quiet Areas The first and second floors are intended for quiet study Please respect the needs of all students in these areas for quiet study space The Noonan Reading Room located on the second floor of Lewis Hall is also designated as a quiet study area Group Study Room Guidelines The group study rooms in the Rebecca Crown Library provide a place where small groups can meet and study during posted library hours Due to the limited number of group study rooms the library has put together

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