Alfred R. Neumann Library
UHCL’s Alfred R. Neumann Library, named after the university’s founding chancellor, provides students with online access to thousands of books, journals and scholarly resources. UHCL librarians offer personal research assistance to students and instruction on navigating search interfaces, retrieving information, and evaluating information for use in scholarly research. From our webpage (www.uhcl.edu/library), chat with librarians online, in person, or contact them by phone at 281-283-3910, by text at 281-816-4341 or by email at email@example.com.
Students can receive help formulating effective search queries and identifying the best online resources from a collection of over 300 subscription-only databases containing thousands of publications and millions of full-text articles. Research strategy classes are tailored to discipline specific courses. The newly renovated Active Learning Classroom is equipped with laptops and interactive learning devices so that students may participate in an engaging hands-on environment. Appointments are available pairing students with expert librarians for more in-depth personal research fostering a comfortable and inspiring one-on-one environment.
UHCL students, faculty and staff may also quickly and easily request and borrow books from UH and UH-Downtown through the shared discovery tool, OneSearch. The TexShare card, available upon request in Neumann Library, allows a UHCL student to borrow books from most academic or public libraries in Texas. Additionally, the library’s interlibrary loan service can acquire requested materials from libraries across the nation.
The library occupies approximately 87,600 square feet in the Bayou Building and contains collaborative study areas, quiet study areas and many technology-enhanced study rooms. Neumann Library offers 43 PCs and four iMacs for student use. The library also contains more than 300,000 print volumes and 700,000 e-books, and provides access to more than 120,000 e-journals. The library also has a collection of international films on DVD, and subscribes to several educational video databases, which offer up to 100,000 streaming videos. A curriculum library for education students contains selected K-12 textbooks, classic and contemporary children’s literature in print and audio formats.
In addition to the university collections, UHCL Archives & Special Collections include the NASA Johnson Space Center History Collection, Human Space Flight Collection and the Clear Lake Area Collection. These materials are open for research to UHCL students, alumni, faculty, staff and the general public.
Office of Information Technology (OIT)
The OIT Support Center serves as the primary point of support for campus information technology. Individuals may visit the office at Bayou Building, Suites B2300. Hours of operation and other important support information can be found at the Support Center’s web page.
OIT provides a wide range of information technology tools and services to the campus. These include the following that may be most relevant to campus such as:
- Wireless internet capability throughout all UHCL buildings
- Academic Computing labs and specialized teaching labs that include both Windows and MacOS workstations, printers, scanners, and software
- Support for instructional technology in classrooms and computer teaching labs across all UHCL campuses
- Access to a wide range of software applications from off campus, via either Remote Lab Access (VPN) or the Virtual Lab (Apporto)
- Access to Microsoft 365, a web-based service that provides O365 applications like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, as well as Outlook Email, premium spam and malware protection, and One Drive with 1 TB of storage
- Technical and software support, including user orientations and training, for UHCL hardware and software
UHCL Alumni Association
The Office of Alumni Relations focuses on creating meaningful engagement and experiences for UHCL alumni by uniting fellow alumni, students, and the larger university community through support services, tailored communications, volunteer opportunities, events, philanthropic opportunities and more.
All UHCL graduates and recipients of teacher’s certificates are automatically members of the UHCL Alumni Association. The organization seeks to continue fostering the connection between alumni and their alma mater. Alumni are encouraged to share UHCL pride with family, friends, co-workers and community members by reconnecting, getting involved, and supporting UHCL.
To learn more about the UHCL Alumni Association or to get involved, visit www.uhcl.edu/alumni or contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 281-283-2021 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Houston-Clear Lake Police Department is responsible for law enforcement, security and emergency response at UHCL and UHCL Pearland. The UHCL police serve the university community and visitors alike through law enforcement, crime prevention, traffic control and public assistance programs. The department enforces all university regulations as well as local and state laws. Their Core Values are Leadership, Integrity, Professionalism, and Service.
Emergency Management & Fire Safety and Environmental Health & Safety work closely with the UHCL Police Department. Emergency Management & Fire Safety coordinates university and community resources to protect lives, property and the environment through mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery from all natural and man-made hazards that may impact the campus. Environmental Health &Safety focuses on environmental protection, general safety, lab safety, and safety training.
The police department is located at 700 E. Bayou Rd., across from Parking Lot D. Security services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 281-283-2222. Trained, professional police and communications officers staff the department. The university police also provide the following: lock-shop services including card access and keys, vehicle unlocks, vehicle jump-starts, airing deflated tires, safety escorts to your vehicle and safety classes.
To report an on-campus crime or any emergency, call the University Police Department at 281-283-2222 from off-campus telephones or 2222 from on-campus telephones or use the SafeZone app on your phone - download at www.uhcl.edu/police/safezone. For special announcements, emergency closings and other information, call the UHCL Hotline at 281-283-2221 or visit www.uhcl.edu/emergency. For a complete overview of the University Police Department and its services, visit www.uhcl.edu/police.
Parking is handled by the UHCL Parking Department. To purchase a student, faculty or staff permit, visit http://uhclparking.t2hosted.com. Guest passes may be purchased at kiosks located throughout campus. For more information, contact the Parking Department at 281-283-2277, email email@example.com or visit www.uhcl.edu/parking.