Centralized services

Information Technology Services

Access to a number of services, including email and photo IDs, is provided through Information Technology Services (ITS).  If you are a new contract academic employee you will need to activate your IT services.  Go to ITS and click on ‘I'm New to UNB'.  For this you will need your Employee ID (available from your faculty/department) and your Login ID (on the contract you sign).  IT Services will be active for 12 months from the start of the course that you are hired to teach as coded in the University system.  

If you are a returning employee and already have access to IT Services, your access will remain active for 12 months from the start of the course you are hired to teach.

Photo IDs

Fredericton

Available 24 hours after activating your IT services from the UNB Card Office, located in room 106 in the Student Union Building.  Bring a piece of Photo ID and your employee number.

Saint John

Available from the Environmental Health, Safety and Security Department, located in room 119 in G. Forbes Elliot Athletics Centre.  Open on Mondays and Fridays (12:00 - 4:00 pm) and Wednesdays (8:00 am - 12:00 noon).  Bring a piece of Photo ID and your employee number.

Parking

Fredericton

Parking permits are required for parking on campus between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm Monday through Friday.  Permits can be purchased from Campus Security and Traffic located in the Basement of the Wu Centre from 8:00 to 3:30.

Saint John

Parking regulations are applicable 24 hours/day, seven days a week for all 12 months of the year.  Parking permits can be purchased from Financial and Administrative Services in Oland Hall.

University bookstores

Provide textbooks, course materials and other supplies.

UNB libraries

Our Libraries offer extensive services for the benefit of our faculty and instructors:

  • Document Delivery: Document Delivery and Interlibrary Loans supplement library resources held by UNB by obtaining material located elsewhere.  Details regarding the service and access to the request form are provided.
  • Manage Course Reserves: Information is provided regarding the provision of course material through our course reserve service.
  • Class Instruction: Our instruction services are described including contact information for liaison librarians, and instructor resources.
  • Collections Development: Links to our Collections Development Policy for each campus, lists of Liaison Librarians and Departmental Representatives, and purchase suggestion forms are provided.
  • Copyright: Detailed information about copyright is provided, including contact information for the UNB Libraries Copyright Officer.
  • Reserve A Video/DVD: A form is provided to book a video / DVD for class instruction.
  • Instruction Facilities: Teaching rooms at Harriet Irving Library are described in detail with information provided about booking these facilities.
  • Contact Liaison Librarian: Names and contact information for liaison librarians is made available.
  • D2L Brightspace: Library resources appear in all Desire2Learn courses as a widget or module at the bottom of a course page's left column.

Teaching and Learning

Fredericton

The mission of the Centre for Enhanced Teaching & Learning (CETL) is to enable student success through the support of pedagogy and instructional, multimedia and audio-visual technologies. Our centre is founded on adult education principles that have been tested over many years. Several key links are provided below.

Saint John

The Teaching & Learning Centre (TLC) in Saint John, supported by the Vice-President’s Excellence in Teaching Committee (VPETC), offers training and professional development activities for all educators at UNB Saint John and Saint John College.  These include, but are not limited to, the Diploma in University Teaching (an annual two-term structured professional development program for new and experienced teachers) and new teaching support programs to address specific needs (for example  teaching orientation sessions, consultation, classroom observations and feedback, and a  mentoring program for new teachers).

Student Services

Fredericton

Located in the C.C. Jones Student Services Centre, Student Services - Fredericton offers a broad range of programs and services designed to help students reach their academic and personal goals.  These include personal and career counseling, employment readiness, financial aid, comprehensive health care, international student advising, and advocacy for students in academic and non-academic matters, tutoring in writing and study skills and services for students with disabilities.  They are also available to faculty for consultation.

For health and safety emergencies at any time, instructors should contact Campus Security (453-4830) and they will provide appropriate support and management of the situation.

Saint John

Student Services in Saint John provides students with professional programs and services that focus on student success in their academic and student life.  Services range from Student Health Centre,  Counseling Services, Writing Centre, Math Help Centre, Financial Aid, Services for Student with Disabilities, Student Employment Centre, and International Student Advising.  Faculty are invited to contact our offices for information or consultation on student issues.  For health emergencies at any time, faculty are advised to contact 911 for immediate assistance, followed by notification to Security at 648-5675.