FREE Book Voucher for Students:
PSC students who register for fall classes have the opportunity to receive a free voucher for up to $200 towards your textbooks this fall.
Here’s how to retrieve your voucher:
- Register for fall classes.
- Take your schedule to the Business Office on the main campus and ask about our book vouchers.
- Take the voucher to the Barnes and Noble College Bookstore on the main campus and use it towards your textbooks.
Vouchers are valued at up to $200 and can only be used towards textbooks. Books must be purchased inside the bookstore: no online orders and no cash value.
Technology Loaner Program:
Technology equipment is available to students who need it. Our Technology Loaner Program allows you to borrow calculators, laptops, and web cameras for the fall semester. You must be enrolled for the current semester. Complete a form at prairiestate.edu/technologylendingprogram.aspx.
Get Technology Support (Help Desk):
The Help Desk provides PSC students with a single point of contact for PSC computer related problems or questions with PSC equipment or software. The ITR Help Desk is also your point of contact for all password or login issues. If you need assistance, contact email@example.com.
PSC Foundation Scholarships:
The PSC Foundation awards need-based scholarships to students to help bridge the gap between what students receive from financial aid and what they can actually afford. The fall scholarship application is now open. Learn more or apply for a scholarship online now.
The BookSHARE Program
If you need assistance with getting your textbooks, the Prairie State College Foundation may be able to help. Through the BookSHARE Program, eligible students can borrow textbooks from the Foundation for the semester. For more information, contact Susan Sebastian, Coordinator of Scholarships and Alumni Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (708) 709-7879.
To help you broaden your college experience beyond the classroom, Prairie State College offers a variety of activities, clubs, sports, and other extracurricular activities.
Student Leadership Center
Located in room 1260, the Student Leadership Center offers a variety of services to student organizations. These include use of club mailboxes, meeting space, and organizational resources. Approval is provided for facility use, bulletin board posting, expenditures, and vendor contracts. Advice or assistance is available in the areas of program planning and budget planning. In addition, the Student Leadership Center provides assistance to students starting new student organizations.
For more information, please contact Helen Manley, Coordinator, Student Life at email@example.com.
If you would like to register to vote, please go to the State Board of Elections or contact the Student Leadership Center. The Program Director is a Voter Registrar.
Here is an article regarding very important reasons why young people should vote, 9 Reasons We Need Young Voters.
We will have opportunities to register to vote through the year, such as the Involvement Fest, Reading of the Constitution, etc. Please check the calendar for updates or contact the Coordinator of Student Life (708) 709-3910 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can stop by the Student Leadership Center (Room 1260).