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  • How Do I View Holds on my Account?
    Financial Aid View screenshot Select Student Records View screenshot Select View Holds View screenshot Displayed message when no hold on account View screenshot Displayed message with registration hold View screenshot View Financial Aid Holds Select Student Services Financial Aid View screenshot Select Financial Aid View screenshot Select Eligibility View screenshot Select Holds View screenshot Displayed message when no hold on account View screenshot You can review your holds at any

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/itts/banner-instructions/view-holds-on-account (2016-02-17)
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  • How do I update my address and phone information?
    and or phone number select Local from the drop down menu where it reads Type of Address to Insert and click Submit View screenshot Enter your Address and Phone information and click on Submit View Screenshot Review the submitted information View Screenshot To Update Change an address and or phone number click on the link beside the information that you would like to change View Screenshot Make the necessary changes

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/itts/banner-instructions/update-address (2016-02-17)
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  • Faculty Services Menu
    view the Faculty Services menu options View screenshot Schedules and Rosters class lists How do I View the Faculty Schedule by Day and Time View the Detailed Faculty Schedule Add a syllabus Add office hours View my class roster Summary Class List Detail Class List Student records How do I View student information Do Registration Override Do Registration Add Drop Change Class Option Advisor menu View my Advisee information Copyright

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/itts/banner-instructions/faculty-services-menu (2016-02-17)
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  • Emergency Preparedness Resources
    Near Earth Object Program Health and Disease Tracking and Prevention North Carolina Office of Public Health Preparedness US Center for Disease Control Emergency Preparedness Website US Center for Disease Control Pandemic Influenza Avian Influenza Preparedness United Nations World Health Organization Endemic and Pandemic Disease Law Enforcement Terrorism Resources Federal Bureau of Investigation US State Department Office on Counterterrorism Southern Poverty Law Center Hate and Extremist Group Monitoring Project Local Resources Fayetteville Department Listing Fayetteville Department Listing 2 Cumberland County Emergency Management Agency Cumberland County Public School System Cumberland County Local Emergency Planning Committee LEPC Preparedness for Persons with Disabilities US Department of Transportation Emergency Preparedness for Person with Disabilities National Organization on Disability Emergency Preparedness Initiative State Resources North Carolina Emergency Preparedness Website North Carolina Division of Emergency Management North Carolina Department of Transportation Division of Highways North Carolina Drought Monitoring Council North Carolina Water Resources North Carolina Forestry Resources Service Weather National Weather Service National Weather Service Current Radar National Weather Service National Hurricane Center National Weather Service Forecast Office Raleigh NC NC Special Weather Statements NC Weather Service National Weather Service Mobile Alerts NOAA Weather Radio Just like a smoke detector and a carbon monoxide detector every home

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/emergency/emergency-preparedness-resources (2016-02-17)
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  • FSU Emergency Operations Plan Overview
    to all Fayetteville State University departments and individuals that may be requested to provide assistance or conduct operations in the context of actual or potential emergencies or disasters at Fayetteville State University It describes the fundamental policies strategies and general concept of operations to be used to control the emergency or disaster from its onset through the recovery phase The EOP plan is modeled after the National Response Framework NRF and incorporates the National Incident Management System NIMS to facilitate coordination between responding departments and agencies NIMS provides a national template that enables Federal State local and tribal governments and private sector non governmental organizations to work together effectively and efficiently Fayetteville State University recognizes the importance of comprehensive all hazards planning in response to both incidents and federal mandates Implementation of this plan will require and engage extensive cooperation collaboration and information sharing across all Fayetteville State University departments as well as local and state agencies that will assist the University during major emergencies and disasters The University will cooperate with federal state and local emergency management agencies and other responders in the development implementation and execution of emergency response plans Authorities The Fayetteville State University Emergency Operations Plan is based on the foundations of the Robert T Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act Stafford Act Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 HSPD 5 and Chapter 166A of the North Carolina General Statutes Other guidance documents from the Federal Emergency Management Agency Department of Homeland Security North Carolina Division of Emergency Management and the University of North Carolina General Administration are also utilized The Fayetteville State University Emergency Operations Plan may be used in conjunction with other emergency operation plans including local state and federal plans developed under these authorities as well as memorandums of understanding among various external public and private entities Pursuant to the authority contained in Chapter 166A of the North Carolina General Statutes and under the authority of the Chancellor of the University the Emergency Operations Plan its attachments appendices and annexes are adopted as policy The Associate Vice Chancellor functioning also as the Chief of Police is designated as the responsible official to coordinate implement and supervise emergency operations on behalf of the Chancellor and other Administrative Officers of the University The Director of Emergency management and EHS is empowered to coordinate with other local state and federal emergency operations agencies in the event of disasters that may require implementation of this plan Each University administrator department chair director and functional manager is directed to take the necessary actions to implement the EOP by developing written internal procedures that detail support required by the plan and then maintaining preparedness to put the plan into action The University is further committed to carrying out the training exercises and plan maintenance needed to support the plan The EOP supersedes all previous Emergency Operations Planning documents which have been incorporated in this plan Emergency Operations Plan Organization Fayetteville State University provides the Emergency Operations Plan as a

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/emergency/emergency-operations-plan-overview (2016-02-17)
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  • Emergency Situations & Procedures
    touch or disturb the object or package Call 911 or 672 1911 Notify your supervisor and or the building s Emergency Coordinator Bomb Threat Remain calm Get as much information as possible from a threatening caller location of explosive device when the device was planted etc Call 911 0r 672 1911 Follow instructions of emergency personnel Fire Help remove those needing assistance from the immediate area Activate the nearest fire alarm pull station and call 911 or 672 1911 if possible Confine the fire by closing windows and doors Extinguish the fire if you have been trained and it is safe to do so Evacuate the building Do not enter the building until authorized to do so by emergency personnel Weather Emergency For up to date weather information Monitor local radio and television stations Check the conditions on campus on the FSU website www uncfsu edu Be prepared to shelter in place until you re notified by Fayetteville State University officials that it s safe to leave have a plan for getting back together with fellow employees During thunderstorms do not handle electrical equipment During hurricanes or under tornado warnings Seek shelter Stay away from windows move to an interior

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/emergency/emergency-situations (2016-02-17)
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  • Hurricane Instructions
    cut off If this is the case the water in the tubs will be needed for washing and flushing toilets Fill several small containers with water for drinking purposes If more drinking water is needed it will be made available through the staff as soon as possible All windows must be closed tightly All blinds curtains should be closed Any resident who owns a car should see that the emergency brake is set and placed in park or reverse gear All windows should be closed and the car locked All cars must remain in assigned parking areas Each student should provide his or her own flashlight in case of power failure Do not use candles or other flame type lighting under any circumstances fire is uncontrollable during a hurricane Use battery powered lighting only Residents who are unable to evacuate will be assigned to temporary housing as outlined in the Evacuation Plan Remaining residents should provide their own snack items Dining services will provide food when it is possible for the students to come to the dining hall If food must be brought to the halls the Residential Life Staff will notify students of the schedule and place Grills and any other use of flammable items are forbidden Residents will be required to check out of their respective hall with the Residence Director prior to leaving campus If you vacate your residence prior to the storm please make sure all windows and doors are secure Procedures During the Hurricane It is essential that all remaining residents stay indoors throughout the entire hurricane Residents must not leave the assigned residential living unit until directed to do so by a professional Residential Life staff member During the storm for maximum protection residents are to close room doors and remain in the hallways If you are not familiar with a hurricane there is always a lull in the storm when the eye passes through the area Once the eye passes though the storm begins again but from the opposite direction STAY INDOORS Residents should proceed to the interior corridors of the residence hall s and remain away from danger areas such as glass windows and doorways in lobby areas First aid and or food service will be made available whenever the storm passes or power is restored Do not attempt to open windows or doors to see what is happening outside Report all accidents injuries broken windows or excessive water to a Safety staff member Telephone calls should be made only in case of emergency The lines if still working will be overloaded Hurricane Parties are only for the movies Do not drink alcohol Everyone must think clearly during a hurricane Emergency Assistance Residential Life Staff have First Aid Kits Primary First Aid assistance will be available to all Residence Halls housing students Subsequent medical attention if required for resident students and essential staff will be available at the Student Health Center If everyone will remain calm stay inside and observe all instructions

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/emergency/hurricane-instructions (2016-02-17)
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  • Severe Winter Weather
    conditions are possible Usually issued 3 5 days in advance Winter Weather Advisory issued for accumulations of snow freezing rain freezing drizzle and sleet which will cause significant inconveniences and if caution is not exercised could lead to life threatening situations Winter Storm Watch alerts to the public to the possibility of a blizzard heavy snow heavy freezing rain or heavy sleet Usually issued 12 48 hours before the beginning of a winter storm Tune into NOAA Weather Radio commercial radio or television for more information Winter Storm Warning issued when hazardous winter weather in the form of heavy snow heavy freezing rain or heavy sleet is imminent or occurring Usually the warning is issued 12 24 hours before the event is expected to begin Blizzard Warning issued for sustained winds or frequent gusts of 35 miles per hour or greater considerable amounts of falling or blowing snow reducing visibility to less than a quarter mile are expected to prevail for a period of three hours or longer Frost Freeze Warning below freezing temperatures are expected Wind Chill Warning issued when wind chill temperatures are expected to be hazardous to life within several minutes of exposure Wind Chill Advisory issued when wind chill temperatures are expected to be a significant inconvenience to life with prolonged exposure At Home Make sure your home is well insulated and that you have weather stripping around your doors and window sills to keep the warm air inside If the pipes freeze remove any insulation or layers of newspapers and wrap pipes in rags Completely open all faucets and pour hot water over the pipes starting where they were most exposed to the cold Maintain ventilation when using kerosene heaters to avoid build up of toxic fumes Refuel kerosene heaters outside and keep them at

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/emergency/winter-weather (2016-02-17)
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