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How do I obtain my student ID card?
Student ID cards, valid for four years, may be obtained from the Office of Campus Safety. ID cards are required for use of the University library, computer lab, meal plan and to gain access to Living Learning Center Complex, Annex and some athletic facilities. Lost or stolen ID cards may be replaced by going to the Business Office, Room 104, Bachmann Main Building. After paying a $10.00 fee for a lost or stolen ID card, bring the receipt to the Campus Safety Office in the Rocco Abessinio Building, Room 123, for a replacement card.  The Campus Safety office also offers the option to sign a voucher which will allow your account to be billed for the $10.00 fee.

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How do I obtain my Neumann parking permit?
You can obtain your parking permit through the Office of Campus Safety located in Room 123 (ground floor) of the Rocco A. Abessinio Building. Please have your student ID number and your license plate number available when you visit Campus Safety to obtain your parking permit.

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How do I apply for financial aid?
To apply for Financial Aid, you must first complete the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This form can be completed online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Be sure to list Neumann University in Step Six, and enter our College Code, 003988, in the space provided.

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When, where, and how can I purchase my textbooks?
The Neumann University Campus Store is open every Monday through Thursday, 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM and every Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM.  During the beginning of Fall and Spring semesters the store has extended hours.

Textbooks will be available in the University Store approximately 1-2 weeks before the start of class. Payment for textbooks can be made using Master Card, VISA, American Express and Discover, cash, personal check as well as Financial Aid or Student Points if those funds are available. You are always welcome to call our Store for assistance at 610-558-5618. Their fax number is 610-361-5319.


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How do I set up my Neumann University e-mail account?
To set up your Neumann University e-mail account, please call the ITR Help Desk at 610-558-5620 to find out your email user ID, and for instructions on setting up your e-mail account.

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What resources can I find at Neumann's Library?
Neumann University Library plays a crucial role in the learning experience of students as well as in the teaching and research needs of the faculty. The Library contains a balanced collection of resources to satisfy information needs across the disciplines, with approximately 3,000 assorted films and compact discs, around 161,000 print books and digital books, and access to approximately 50 electronic databases that contain hundreds of thousands of scholarly journals, popular magazines, newspapers, dissertations and theses, government documents, music libraries, and statistical data. All digital books and databases are accessible from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. Checking out physical materials only requires a valid Neumann University ID!


The Library is open seven days a week and professional librarians provide research support in person, online, and in the classroom alongside Faculty. Librarians strive to keep students growing increasingly more information literate by keeping abreast of emerging technologies and actively collaborating with faculty to create the best lessons promoting critical thinking and research success. The Library supports 24/7 research assistance with its FAQ knowledge base and general and specialized Subject Research guides filled with research tips, video tutorials, recommended scholarly resources, and technology suggestions to help innovate research writing and presentations. 


Neumann University is a founding member of SEPCHE (The Southeastern Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education) and is also a member of TCLC (Tri-State College Library Cooperative).  Membership in these groups provides resource sharing with other member libraries and further enhances Neumann’s own Library collection.   SEPCHE and TCLC member libraries provide on-site access to resources and extend borrowing privileges to students, faculty, and staff. 

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With whom do I speak about my career plans?
The Career and Personal Development Office promotes a values-based approach to career and life planning. The office provides comprehensive resources to support the professional development of Neumann students at all stages of their education. Staff members work with students in every major and every year of study.

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