Office Resources


The University bookstore is located in College Town and is open Monday–Saturday, 9 a.m. –8 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. –6 p.m. The bookstore offers a selection of University of Rochester clothing and gifts as well as all required textbooks and supplies for classes. Students can choose from new, used, e-books, and rentals when purchasing textbooks (options vary by title). The bookstore also has a large selection of general reading books in stock and can special order titles.

Bookstore staff are also available to sell books at your programs and events. Call the trade book supervisor for more information at (585) 275-4012 or email

Website Assistance

The CCC has a lot of the basic features needed for a website and functions as a basic self-hosted web page for student organizations. If your student organization would like to have its own website, please fill out this online form. Doing so, you lets obtain a website within the CCC site. If you need help creating a basic web page or maintaining your website, contact the student activities application administrator and analyst.

Once your site is created and your content has been posted, please contact the application administrator and analyst to link your site to the CCC site. You are also encouraged to contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns about your club’s web presence.

At the discretion of the director of WCSA, websites that have not been maintained or updated yearly can be removed.


Advertising links from businesses outside of the University of Rochester should not be included on your web pages. Not only does it break University policy but it can also create breaches in security. Per the University of Rochester's Information Technology Policy: "University resources, including Information Technology Resources, may not be used for or to transmit commercial or personal advertisements, solicitations, endorsements, or promotions unrelated to the business of the University."


Complaints about procedures, rules, or personnel should be directed to the director of WCSA, who will help you to identify the appropriate route for the resolution of your problem. The University ombuds can also help in the resolution of grievances if you are unable to contact WCSA. Legal matters can be discussed with the Students’ Association (SA) lawyer, in confidence, by appointment through the SAAC office at (585) 275-3236 or the Senate Office at (585) 275-2908.

Mail: Sending and Receiving

To send mail through the US Post Office, use the SAAC accountant for an account slip. The slip is attached to the item(s) to be mailed, and then placed in any intramural mailbox or the intramural bag in WCSA. For bulk mailing instructions, contact the WCSA office manager.

All SA-recognized groups are assigned a mailbox in the Ruth Merrill Center. Please check this frequently as important information is distributed to groups through the mailboxes. Mail can be addressed to your organization if it has a mailbox in the Ruth Merrill Center. Your organization’s address is:

[Organization Name]
500 Joseph C. Wilson Blvd.
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627-0281

If your group does not have a Ruth Merrill Center mailbox or a sponsoring department, contact your WCSA advisor.