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Scheduled Weekly Maintenance Technology DepartmentUser Info 12/10/2015 4:22:57 PM

Weekly Scheduled Maintenance Period

Starts: Friday 10pm - Ends: Saturday 4 am


As part of our commitment to provide exceptional reliability and service to our community, the University performs regularly scheduled weekly maintenance. This process insures that all of our systems (Hardware and Software) are able to provide maximum up time during normal business hours. We regret any inconvenience the scheduled maintenance activities may cause to our users. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Technical Support Team:

Start Date: Friday Start Time: 10:00 PM
End Date: Saturday End Time: 4:00 AM

What is affected: All systems may be affected in this scheduled maintenance window.

Locations: All Locations may be affected in this scheduled maintenance window.
Campus Emergency Text Message Notification System Technology DepartmentUser Info 12/10/2015 3:00:00 PM

All Students, faculty and staff are strongly encouraged to register for the new University of Mary Emergency Notification System. The new replaces our current system and will enable the university to reach you with emergency information much more quickly by sending simultaneous text, email, web site notifications and social media postings on the university Twitter and Facebook pages. The new system will also enable us to send voice messages to all devices registered by students, faculty and staff to alert registrants of information critical to their safety and well-being.  The system provides multiple methods of fast delivery to ensure that you receive critical university notifications on safety issues, school closings etc.

The new system was made possible by the dollars generated by your parking and security fees.

This service will only be used for notifications of emergencies, closings, etc.  The information used when you register with the emergency notification system will not be shared in any way. Please also be advised we plan to run tests in the near future to insure that the new service is working properly.  You may receive two or three test messages after registering.

Information for registering to receive alerts using the new emergency notification system can be found at You may use the following link to take you to the registration location

University of Mary Campus is Smoke Free Technology DepartmentUser Info 8/24/2011 12:00:00 PM

ATTENTION: Important information about the Tobacco- Free Policy
Effective August 15, 2011, the University of Mary campus wide will be smoke free and on January 1, 2012 it will be completely tobacco free.

Smoking activity of any kind will no longer be allowed on University of Mary campus and satellite facilities as of August 15, 2011. Effective January 1, 2012 all smokeless tobacco products, alternative tobacco products, tobacco extracts and nicotine alternatives will not be allowed. 

If you need help quitting, call the North Dakota Tobacco Quitline 1-800-QUIT.NOW or  

Quit Tobacco Use Opportunities

The North Dakota Tobacco Quitline
1-866-388-QUIT or 1-866-388-7848
The ND Tobacco Quitline is free to ND residents¨Some callers may qualify for free limited supplies of the patch or gum.
ND smokers and spit tobacco users are encouraged to call the Quitline for more information about quitting. Family members of tobacco users may call for support and information.

Hours for the Quitline:

            Monday – Thursday: 7:00 am to 8:00 pm CSTF
            Friday: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm CST
            Saturday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm CST

            During other hours callers will be able to leave a message and counselors will return their call during open hours.

American Lung Association’s Quitline
            People have found encouragement from other former smokers.

Private Physician—Tobacco Cessation services obtainable with a Prescription Order are paid under the Outpatient Prescription Medications or Drugs benefit of the BC/BS Health Plan.

               The combination of medication and counseling has the best success.

       Nicotine Replacement Therapy

            This includes nicotine gum, patches, lozenges, (over the counter) nasal spray, and inhalers (by prescription). There is little evidence that one is better than another. The most effective regimen is the patch plus another product.

        Non-Nicotine Medication

            Bupropion Hydrochloride or Zyban (by prescription). This is an antidepressant medication that helps cope with cigarette or dip cravings.
            Varenicline Tartrate or Chantix. This medication has been highly successful in helping people quit smoking by acting on the same sites in the brain affected by nicotine.

University of Mary Student Health Clinic