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Resources for Adjuncts at Alexandria Campus

Division Information

Liberal Arts Division
Dean: Dr. Jim McClellan
Division Office: Room Bisdorf 252
Phone: 703.845.6242

Science, Technology and Business Division
Dr. Chad Knights, Acting Dean
Division Office: Room Bisdorf 352
Phone: 703.845.6551
Fax: 703.845.6006 and 6009

Directories and Offices

Adjunct Faculty Suite

Room AA 483 is designated as office space for adjunct faculty. Several desks, computers, printers and filing drawers are available for faculty use. The access code is available from your division office.

Campus Resources -- Student Services, Academic Support, Campus Life, Campus Information, Faculty and Staff and Important Links

Photocopying - Use of Your Current NOVA Card Is Required
There are six copy machines with NOVAcard swipes available for adjunct use in Bisdorf and one in the Tyler building. You may use any of these copiers. Please contact Liberal Arts for copiers 1-4 and the Science division for copiers 5-7 if there are problems.

  • Copier 1 (AA-252, adjacent to Liberal Arts front desk)
  • Copier 2 (back of AA-252)
  • Copier 3 (AA-262A, adjacent to Division Office)
  • Copier 4 (AT-249)
  • Copier 5 (AA-427 shared copier)
  • Copier 6 (AA-362A)
  • Copier 7 (back of AA-352 office area)


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Intercom: The internal newsletter for the College; published weekly during Fall and Spring semesters and biweekly during the Summer semester.

Payroll Information – Payroll dates

Classroom Issues

Academic Center for Excellence

Disability Services: If you have a student with a disability, find out what services are available.

Math Lab: Help and testing for self-paced developmental math courses and for students enrolled in other math courses.

New Student Orientation: New Student Orientation (NSO) gives students and parents the opportunity to learn about resources at NOVA, including degree and certificate programs, financial aid programs, transfer agreements and success skills. Students will also receive information on choosing classes and learn how to register for classes online.

Peer Tutoring: Provides information for students who need tutors and for students interesting in becoming tutors.

Writing Center: Alexandria Writing Center home page

Testing Centers: All campuses

Attendance Grid

Computer Workstation

IT Help Desk: College Level support for network and desktop applications.

Blackboard for Faculty and Staff

Adjunct Faculty Handbook: College policies and procedures related specifically to adjunct faculty rights, responsibilities and duties.

Handbooks and Policy Manuals (adjunct, faculty and classified)

Professional Development Opportunities

Office of Grants Development: College, state and federal grant opportunities

Faculty Professional Development: Information about the Faculty Professional Development Subcommittee.

Technology Training Schedules: Lists of professional development opportunities and training workshops available college wide.

NOVA Class and Course Information

Schedule of Classes

NOVA College Catalog

Technology Issues

Alexandria Learning and Technology Resources

Technology Applications Center

Student Email and User ID: Information on accessing student email.

Student User ID: Information on accessing student user IDs, logons, passwords, and Web pages.

PC Computer Lab: Alexandria Campus open computer lab.