UCM Lee's Summit
Summit Center Student Services
Students taking classes at the Summit Center benefit from a wide variety of services. Services are categorized as on site and off site.
UCM’s Summit Center provides a full-time academic advisor to assist both current and prospective undergraduate students in the following services:
- Advisement for undergraduate programs offered at the Summit Center
- Liaison services with graduate advisors
- Transfer assistance for undergraduate programs offered at the Summit Center
- Programs of study
To make an appointment with the advisor, please call 660-543-8252 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the start of each semester, the Summit Center's branch of the University Store opens for a limited times, students can purchase textbooks for classes that are held at the Summit Center.
If a student requires an additional textbook, or if the Summit Center's branch of the University Store is closed, a student may also purchase textbooks by calling the University Store (1-800-330-7689) or visiting its website. Students must request that their textbooks be delivered to the Summit Center, and the University Store will then courier the textbooks to the Summit Center at no charge. Before coming to the Summit Center to pick up any materials you are expecting, please call 816-347-1612 to ensure they have arrived.
End of term book returns:
The Summit Center accepts both rental and buy-back books in accordance with the University Bookstore's return policy. The Summit Center will courier the books to the main campus and the University Bookstore will credit the student's account with any buy-back money the student is entitled to. Please contact the University Store at 1-800-330-7689 if you have any questions.
The James C. Kirkpatrick Library has a Summit Center library services website, which includes the library's resources for off-campus students. The site provides borrowing procedures, databases, interlibrary loan, tutorials for library services and more.
You may request that materials checked out from the JCKL circulation desk (e.g. books, DVDs, video tapes, etc.) be delivered to the Summit Center via the courier. You may pick up and return your library materials at the Summit Center's front desk.
JCKL librarians will also be available on site, at the Summit Center, 4-7 p.m. on Wednesdays during the fall and spring semesters, and 3-7 p.m. during the summer semester. Walk-ins and appointment time slots are available. Please, contact Marian Davis, distance learning librarian, for appointment times or any other questions via e-mail or by calling 660-543-8850. Her contact name for AIM, google, MSN, Yahoo and Twitter is: JCKLMarian.
The Summit Center offers students and faculty a courier service that transports educational material between the Summit Center and the main campus in Warrensburg.
Before coming to the Summit Center to pick up any materials you are expecting, please call 816-347-1612 to ensure they have arrived.
To APPLY for Undergraduate Admissions: www.ucmo.edu/undergrad
To APPLY for Graduate Admissions: www.ucmo.edu/graduate
To APPLY for International Admissions: https://www.ucmo.edu/recruit/intl/
To ENROLL in courses via MyCentral: https://mycentral.ucmo.edu/cp/home/displaylogin
To ORDER textbooks: www.ucmbookstore.com or call 800-330-7698
To PAY your bill: www.ucmo.edu/sfs/pay or 660-543-8266
To CHECK your e-mail: http://mail.ucmo.edu
To CHECK your Blackboard account: http://ucmo.blackboard.com/webapps/login/
To OBTAIN a UCM Student ID: Please inquire at the UCM Summit Center front desk
Summit Center Getting Started Checklist:
Enroll Yourself in 10 Easy Steps:
Student User ID’s & Passwords Information Sheet:
University Student Services
Students at the Summit Center have complete access to all online University Student Services, which are also provided on the main campus, and are eligible to attend and participate in any activity offered on the main campus.