Commuter Students at ENC

Helpful information for commuter students at Eastern Nazarene College
  • URL: http://libguides.enc.edu/commuters
  • Campus Mailbox

    All students are assigned a mailbox.  Important campus announcements may come through the mail, and some faculty return papers through campus mail.  Please get in the habit of checking it!

    Chapel Exemptions

    Chapel Exemptions (according to the Student Handbook):

    • For full-time, upper-class students who have verifiable employment or student teaching and practicum during chapel
    • Commuter students who do not have Wednesday and Friday classes
    • Commuter studentswho do not have their first class on campus until after 12pm on Wed. and Fri.

    Chapel exemptions must be applied for during each semester (even if your circumstances have not changed) and require you to participate in a Covenant Plan and meetings with a spiritual mentor (ENC Faculty or Staff member).

    What is "Cub Cash"?

    Cub Cash is a declining balance account that is stored on your ENC ID card.  You can go to the Cashier’s office on the 1st floor of Gardner Hall or the Food Director’s office on the 2nd floor of the Mann Student Center to purchase your Cub Cash dollars.  You will automatically be given 10% on each dollar purchased (i.e. $25.00 = $27.50 and so on)!  Cub Cash dollars can be used in the Dining Commons, Hebrews Café and the Dugout.

    ENC Alerts: E2Campus

    Want to know if classes are delayed or cancelled?  Sign up for E2Campus to get text messages delivered to your cell.

    E2Campus

    Lockers

    Lockers are available to commuter students free of charge.  They are located in the Mann Student Center.  Register for one in the Student Development Office.

    Student ID Cards

    Drop by the Office of Safety and Security on the first floor of the Mann Student Center (located between the campus mailboxes and the Dugout).  Your ENC ID card can also serve as a 'swipe card' to allow you entrance to the parlors, the gymnasium, and the library's 24-hour study room.    

    Parking on Campus

    All student vehicles must be registered with the Office of Safety and Security for $25.  Parking permits must be hung on the rear-view mirror.  Students can park in the Sachem Lot while classes are in session and/or the library is open.  If that lot is full, please park in the Waterston Lot by the tennis courts.