The CORT area is located on the second floor of the Campus Center, along with Student Organization offices. Recognized student organizations are permitted to use the equipment in the CORT area; the open work space, and CORT lounge.
Student Organizations are welcome to use the following equipment to support what they care about if they are CORT trained. To be trained in the CORT, refer to the training schedule below.
- Two Computers
- Buttom Maker
- LaserJet Printer
- Color Poster Printer
- Die-Cut Machine
- Hot & Cold Laminators
- Paper Shredder
- Paper Cutter
- Three Hole Punch
- Eclips electronic cutter
- Large Work Table
CORT Training Schedule: Victoria Chaitoff and Esther Kallon (student workers)Monday: 1pm-2:30pm, 3:30pm-5pm Tuesday: 8am-10:30am, 12:30pm-2:30pm Wednesday: 11:30am-2pm Thursday: 8am-10:30am, 12:30pm-2:30pm
- Copier and paper privileges are granted to all recognized student organizations. The copy code for your organization may be obtained from the Student Leadership Development Office Manager, Campus Center Room 203.
- Copy costs will be charged to your organization, therefore it is in your best interest to ensure that copying privileges are not abused.
- To use the copier, enter your 4 digit code on the keypad located at the top right corner of the machine and press enter.
Make sure to clear your code when finished.
CORT Resources and Guides:
Got financial woes? Use this step-by-step guide to create a useful and meaningful budget for your organization.
Are your meetings dragging? Try some of these ideas to make your meetings efficient, effective, and even enjoyable!
What's the difference between an ice breaker and a team builder? Which one should we do? How can we make sure our activities are meaningful and useful? Find the answers to these questions and more in this guide.
Interested in learning more about leadership? Check out these book, blogs, and more!
Use these checklists for incoming and outgoing organization officers to ensure a smooth transition in your organization.
Use the concepts and strategies presented in this guide to keep your members engaged in your organization.
Follow these strategies to improve your publicity and get greater exposure for your organization.
Follow this advice to get the most out of attending a conference.
This guide provides some basic expectations for individuals and organizations to consider when entering into an advisory relationship.