The Art Gallery is located in the Fine Arts Building. Exhibitions are scheduled to aid students’ study of art and to increase awareness of contemporary visual arts. Exhibitions and events such as gallery talks are free and open to the students and public. For more information, see www.com.edu/gallery.
Blackboard technical assistance is available Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The Blackboard Emergency Hotline number is 409-933-8453. http://edtech.com.edu/
The Bookstore, located in the Student Center, maintains an inventory of textbooks requested by instructors for all courses offered, as well as reference books and general books. The Bookstore also stocks COM’s branded merchandise and a variety of other items. For assistance in obtaining appropriate materials, students need to bring their class schedule to Bookstore personnel. For more information, see the COM Bookstore webpage at www.combookstore.com/home.aspx.
Boasting one of the outstanding facilities in the state, COM’s academic theatre arts program provides students with sound, basic training in the fundamentals of theatre arts.
Studying with faculty and guest artists in small classes specifically designed to give individual attention and instruction, theatre students develop a first-hand, working knowledge of the various elements contributing to theatrical production, including all elements of stage craft, acting technique and specialty skills such as stage combat certification.
A theatre arts major completing the two-year Associate in Arts Degree with an emphasis in theatre program will possess solid training in the fundamentals of theatre that will be transferable to a four-year institution. For more information, see the Theatre Arts website at www.com.edu/theatre or call 409-933-8544.
Educational Technology, located on the ground floor of the LRC building behind the circulation desk, is available to assist students with Blackboard technical issues and audiovisual needs. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. and Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Blackboard Emergency Hotline number is 409-933-8453. http://edtech.com.edu/
Mr. C’s Deli and Bistro, located in the Student Center, provides food service. Mr. C’s menu includes sandwiches, salads, soups, breakfast, burgers, pizza and a hot line with different entrées served daily.
The gym provides weight rooms, cardiovascular equipment, dance studios, spinning room, and basketball court and racquetball courts. Additionally, run/walk tracks, football/soccer fields and an exercise circuits are available.
The Help Center, located in the Enrollment Center lobby, is a one-stop information center providing answers to questions or concerns about admissions, advisement, tutoring, class schedules, course offerings, special events, financial aid, and other services. The Help Center also provides personalized tours of the campus with extra attention given to the student’s intended area of study. Private tours, lasting 30-45 minutes, are available by appointment only. For more information or to schedule a Campus Tour, call 409-933-8227, email email@example.com, or see the Help Center webpage at www.com.edu/help-center.
The Library, located on the first floor of the Learning Resources Center, provides access to the college level resources that instructors love. Books, eBooks, articles, streaming media and primary sources are available. Databases can all be accessed off campus 24/7 from our database page, login with your COM ID# and last name. Library guides are a great one stop resource designed to help you find the best resources for your projects and learn how to use library resources. If you need help with research, citations, library resources or techy help, you can chat, tweet, text, or ask us face 2 face. The library has study rooms and places to read, study, charge devices, and even places to de-stress with puzzles, chess, backgammon and more. To access our resources online and get more information, go to http://libguides.com.edu/.
The Recreation Room
The recreation room is located inside the Student Center, build #1. All you need is to be currently enrolled in classes and your College of the Mainland student I.D. to play. Student organizations, college administrative departments, and academic units may reserve the space for meeting and social functions during the hours that the recreation room is not regularly open for student use. The Game Room is managed by Student Life staff.
- Air Hockey
- Table Tennis
- Lounge Area
- Large Screen Television
- Video Games
- Play Station 2
- Xbox 360