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Student Handbook
The Lacrosse University Student Handbook is available upon enrollment and will be sent to you free of charge. The handbook includes information about registration, tuition and fee schedules, library services, student technology help, and policies and procedures for our distance education programs.

Library Services
Library resources may be obtained from any public, academic or special library near your home. Ask your local librarian about the types of libraries and services in your area. If journal sources you need are not available at your local library, materials may be obtained through inter-library loan. Requests can be made through your local librarian. You can also obtain information via the Internet.

After completion of a course, a grade report is mailed. Most students wait until their degree program is completed before ordering a transcript. Transcripts and student records for distance education degree programs are identical to those of any university. No distinction or notation is made on transcripts indicating the method of course delivery. There is no charge for the first transcript, which is normally mailed with the student's diploma upon graduation. There is a $10.00 charge for additional copies. To request a transcript, contact the Registrars'
Office at (866) 785-9557.

Requests must be made in writing, and should include the student's name, Social Security Number, most recent date of registration, signature, address where the transcript is to be sent, and return address.

Student ID Cards
All registered Lacrosse University students are eligible to receive a complimentary University Student Identification Card. Upon enrollment, students are issued an ID card.

Many theaters, museums, sporting events and musical programs extend discounts to students upon presentation of a student ID card. The card may also assist a student in obtaining library privileges at colleges and universities in their area. Contact the Student Services Office to request a card.

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