At Hanover, learning is not a solitary activity – it is a cooperative venture. We have many people and resources available to help you through your educational journey. For research and study assistance, we offer our Duggan Library as well as two student computing centers. For academic counseling, your faculty advisor will help you plan your schedule and pick your classes. For career and graduate school counseling, the Career Center has a myriad of resources at your disposal, even after you graduate.
Covering three full floors, Hanover's Duggan Library offers plenty of books, journals, government documents, periodicals and the tools you need to be successful in your studies.
The library has a newly revamped lobby, the interior has comfortable bean bag chairs for lounging with a good book, great study group rooms and you can even have a snack or drink with you while you're there.
The River's Institute at Hanover College uses river environments to educate about environmental issues through the natural and social sciences, the arts, and the humanities.
The Career Center offers career counseling, internship guidance, job fairs, alumni support and an extensive career resources library to students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Additionally, the Career Center coordinates an on-campus recruiting program targeted at job and internship seekers.
The Office of Experiential Learning helps bridge theory to the real world for students.
Designed to provide resources for both faculty and students, the Gladish Center for Teaching and Learning offers free tutoring, mentoring and coaching services.
The information technology department manages all campus technology and its related services. Some of these include our high speed and wireless data networks, cable TV, e-mail, file storage, messaging, web services and all campus computer labs and servers.
We are also responsible for all technology purchases, development and support, as well as provide consultation/training for students, faculty and staff at no charge.
The Hanover College IT Help Desk is the main support center for all computing support on campus. Operating from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Monday - Friday) the Help Desk offers instant phone support to the entire campus community. If you're having computer trouble, you can bring your computer by the Help Desk for free service throughout the week.
Free student support includes anti-virus software installation/configuration, spyware removal, disk cleanups and defragmentation, software updates (Windows Updates) and other requested services. The Help Desk will also aid you with any computer questions you may have relating to personal software or hardware problems.