FY 2020 Staff Handbook

Back to Top 75 | Page The University Archives helps unlock the stories of Texas State that connect its past to its present. University Archives preserves and makes available original documents, photographs, yearbooks and a variety of artifacts that help tell how the university has evolved from a small teacher’s college to an emerging research university. University Archives collects materials that reveal the legacy of the university and provides researchers with unique sources of information about Texas State and the surrounding community, including the most comprehensive collection of historical photographs related to the Hays County region of Texas. Contact University Archives at UnivArchives@txstate.edu or visit our website : library.txstate.edu/universityarchives . PRINT & MAIL Print and Mail services are available to the Texas State campus for both Texas State business and staff and students for personal use. Print and Mail Services has 3 locations; on the first floor of JCK, at Copy Cats in the Nueces building and its main location on Old Ranch Road 12. In these offices the primary focus is distribution of incoming and outgoing Texas State business mail. Official Texas State stationery and business cards are available and can be ordered online. All types of 2-D design, print and production are offered. Limited retail services to meet personal mailing needs are also provided in these offices. You can contact Print and Mail Services at 245.2293 or at Copy Cats at 245.2684. If you need more information, visit the Print and Mail Services homepage at www.auxiliaryservices.txstate.edu/printmail/ . PARKING REGULATIONS AND PERMITS If you drive or park a vehicle on campus at any time, you must register it at Parking Services. You must also purchase the proper permit. Th e Texas State Traffic and Parking Regulations are available on-line a t www.parking.txstate.edu . Please read them closely. If you park illegally, your vehicle can be ticketed, booted, or towed. You may even lose your parking privileges on campus. As a part of the check-out procedures, if you leave Texas State and you purchased a virtual permit, you are required to inform Parking Services. The Parking Services Office is in the Mathews Street Garage and can be reached at 245.2887.