Any crime occurring on campus or on the streets and sidewalks directly adjacent to campus should be reported to the Director of Student Affairs and Alumni Relations or the Facilities Manager.
The Student Council provides secure lockers on each campus for students to conveniently store books and personal items. Lockers are issued on a first-come, first-served basis and priority is given to students who use public transportation, walk or bike to campus. To request a locker at either campus contact the Office of Student Affairs.
Classroom Etiquette Code
The Classroom Etiquette Code was created by students for students to create an optimal learning environment for ACTCM classrooms. Please review these guidelines.
Student Disability Services
ACTCM is committed to equal access for students with disabilities studying at the College. The office of Student Affairs strives to create a welcoming, accessible, and supportive environment in order to promote the academic independence and success of students with disabilities. Our role with students is one of partnership and advocacy.
For more information about ACTCM’s resources for students with disabilities, please visit MyCIIS.
Students with disabilities should register with Student Disability Services to discuss and arrange accommodations. Students will be asked to provide information about their disabilities, documentation from an appropriate provider, and any history of previous accommodations with Student Disability Services. This information and documentation will remain confidential and only the students’ accommodations will be shared with faculty and staff with students’ permission and notice.
Laurance S. Rockefeller Library at CIIS
CIIS’ commitment to quality instruction and innovative research is expressed in the collection of the Laurance S. Rockefeller Library. It offers a universe of online information including thousands of online books, journals, dissertations, and disciplinary databases. Most of the Library’s key resources are accessible via the Web.
Library collections include approximately 125,000 print and electronic books; about 200 print journal subscriptions and over 8,000 e-journals; 600 audiotapes and a growing video collection (including a special psychotherapy video collection). The Library is particularly strong in the fields of counseling and psychology, philosophy and religion, East-West comparative studies, social and cultural anthropology, various facets of an integral worldview, and the perennial wisdom.