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The Lewis J. Ort Library provides a wealth of research and reference materials for student and community use.
Visit the Lewis J. Ort Library Web site at www.frostburg.edu/lewis-ort-library/ .
Lane University Center
The newly renovated and expanded Lane University Center is the hub for student activities and was built and operates with student fees. It contains a fitness center, computer lab, a state-of-the-art smart lounge featuring Xbox 360 and Wii gaming stations, student organization offices, the new University Store, The Appalachian Station restaurant, The Loft and a Java City Coffee bar. Lane University Center programs and services are described in the Campus Life chapter.
Harold J. Cordts Physical Education Center
Students with valid University identification can use the extensive indoor and outdoor facilities of the Harold J. Cordts Physical Education Center:
For information on availability, contact the director at 301-687-4462.
Performing Arts Center
Students studying theatre and dance, music and communication studies can flourish in the Performing Arts Center. The center contains three state-of-the-art performing spaces: the 338-seat Drama Theater, the 175-seat F. Perry Smith Studio Theater and the 458-seat Pealer Recital Hall. It is complete with scenic and costume shops, a box office, practice rooms, faculty and staff offices, dressing rooms, two separate dedicated computer labs and other production facilities. Campus and community audiences are welcome at a wealth of concerts and performances. For more information, contact the director of the Performing Arts Center at 301-687-3037.
Office of Information Technology
Students have access to a rich computing environment that includes specialized department labs housed in various campus buildings as well as the main University Computer Labs located in the new CCIT building.
Computer Labs offers:
Office of Information Technology may be reached at 301-687-7090. Visit our computing Web site at www.frostburg.edu/computing.
The principal mission of distance education at Frostburg is to enhance student access to the University’s academic programs. The University is committed to providing students the support and resources needed to succeed as participants in distance education.
Frostburg State University’s online courses, taught by certified faculty, are open to all eligible students who are prepared to learn in an online environment. Online courses at FSU allow students to pursue their degree requirements outside the traditional classroom setting, which also provides an opportunity to acquire the technical skills and learning strategies important to the pursuit of students’ academic and career goals. Taking online courses can also accelerate their time to degree. Most of the course materials (other than textbooks) are available electronically with use of the web as the primary means of communication. Some courses may require limited on-site contact between students and the instructor (e.g., an orientation session or proctored testing) at various times throughout the academic term.
Interactive video instruction at FSU is conducted through the University System of Maryland’s Interactive Video Network (IVN). This network provides an opportunity for interaction with other institutions within the state of Maryland and beyond.
ACIT may be reached at 301-687-7090. The FSU Help Desk can be reached at 301-687-7777. Visit our website at www.frostburg.edu/computing.