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Please note that resources may vary by program.

Location: Kennedy Hall, First Floor

Phone: 610-519-4160


Hours: View the most up to date store hours

You may purchase, rent, and sell your textbooks through the University Bookstore. You can search for textbooks using your Banner ID or typing in your individual courses. The books that professors submitted as required and/or recommended will appear in the search results. 

Location: 106 Dougherty Hall

Phone: 610-519-4170 

Hours: Varies, see locations for specific times

Campus Dining Services Website

There are numerous dining options for students to enjoy at their convenience. Students can purchase a meal plan or pay as you go at any location on campus.

*Services available to Paralegal Certificate Students*

Location: 117 Garey Hall

Phone: 610-519-4060 

Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Appointments can be made via Handshake. Appointments in person, phone, and Zoom. The Villanova Career Center offers comprehensive career development and employment related services to students and alumni of the University. Whether you’re looking for tools to enhance your current career or pivoting into a new direction, the Career Center will provide the consulting services you need to achieve your professional aspirations.

Location: Connelly Center, 2nd Floor

Hours: Monday–Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Office of Disability Services (ODS) assists students with physical disabilities, neurologically based disorders which trigger a physical response, students disabled by a chronic illness and have physical complications due to that illness, or a temporary injury that require physical or academic accommodations.

Location: Health Services Building, 1st Floor

Phone: 610-519-7407


Hours: Staff members are available for consultation on a variety of health topics – stop by and talk with a staff member or call to schedule an appointment.

The Office of Health Promotion is committed to providing a premiere resource and referral hub for information on topics stretching the six dimensions of health – social, physical, intellectual, cultural, emotional, and spiritual. Professional staff members are qualified to consult with students on the latest information on college health issues and develop programs and educational opportunities for students, while peer educators are trained to provide peer-to-peer programs on alcohol and other drugs, sexual assault, sexual health, nutrition, and fitness.

Location: Suite 212, Learning Commons in Falvey

Phone: 610-519-5176


Hours: Monday–Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Learning Support Services (LSS) offers a variety of academic support services that are designed to help all Villanova students maximize their academic success. They assist students in obtaining the academic accommodations necessary for documented learning disabilities. One-on-one academic coaching sessions are available to all students who want to enhance their academic skills. They also provide study tools, videos, and workshops.

Student printing is organized by UNIT. To discourage waste and to offset some of the cost of printing, students are given an allotment of free printing each semester and charged for printing. Printing on the GO Print system is available in the following locations: Mendel 85, Tolentine 2 & 4, Falvey Library, Nursing LRC, and Bartley Print Center. vPrint provides convenient ways to upload and print documents of various formats. For more information on printing, please visit UNIT’s website.


  • Davis Fitness Center, 610-519-3539

  • Farley Fitness Center, 610-519-7871

  • Stanford Fitness Center, 610-519-7734

  • Arch Functional Fitness Center, 610-519-4658

  • Canon Group Exercise Studios, 610-519-4659

Hours: For the most up-to-date hours please visit the Fitness Centers Website.

The Office of Intramurals and Recreation at Villanova University is committed to providing the Villanova Community with a wide variety of recreational services and programs that promote lifelong health and fitness. The Recreation Office aims to enhance the Villanova experience by fostering an environment that encourages diverse groups of students to unite for a common purpose. Programs are viewed as healthy avenues for developing the total individual: intellectually, emotionally, spiritually, culturally, socially and physically. Various fitness opportunities are available to students such as fitness center access via Wildcard, group fitness classes, personal training, and more.

Location: Dougherty Hall 

Phone: 610-519-6202


Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00pm

Wildcard services include personal identification, facilities access and access monitoring, debit transactions processing, meal plan administration, banking relationship management, student printing allowance, and web-based and mobile transaction processing. The Wildcard is universally accepted on campus and at selected off-campus locations.

Location: Kennedy Hall, First Floor

Phone: 610-519-4258


Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. 

Summer Hours Beginning the Friday before Graduation: Monday - Thursday 8:30am to 4:30pm Friday 8:30am to Noon

Billing and payment of tuition and fees are handled through the Bursar's Office. All Villanova student billing (V-bill) is presented electronically through MyNova. Payments can only be made through MyNova with a checking account, savings account, or accepted credit card. Other payment options can be viewed at the Bursar's page

Location: St. Rita Hall

Phone: 610-519-4080


Campus Ministry offers opportunities for students to explore and enhance their faith and spirituality through various programming and services. Villanova’s Augustinian heritage embraces the search for meaning that is at the heart of the human journey. All faiths and religious affiliations are welcome.

Location: Falvey Library, Room 211

Phone: 610-519-4075

Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Center for Access, Success and Achievement (CASA) aims to recruit, retain, and graduate underrepresented, first generation, and Pell Eligible students through holistic support in a culturally diverse and academically excellent environment. CASA houses a number of resources, such as scholarships, tutoring, academic counseling, and life coaches that provide access to success. 

*Available to both campus and online students!*

Location: Connelly Center, 2nd Floor

Hours: Monday–Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Office of Disability Services (ODS) assists students with physical disabilities, neurologically based disorders which trigger a physical response, students disabled by a chronic illness and have physical complications due to that illness, or a temporary injury that require physical or academic accommodations.

Helpdesk: 610-519-7777, Monday-Thursday from 8:00 am-7:00 pm and Fridays 8:00 am-5:00 pm

Chat Support: Click on Chat Link on the UNIT Homepage Monday-Thursday 9:00 am-7:00 pm and Fridays 9:00-4:00 pm.

TechZone Walk-Up Service: Main floor of Falvey Library, Monday-Thursday from 9:00 am-7:00 pm and Fridays, 9:00 am-5:00 pm.


University Information Technologies (UNIT) is the Centralized IT team who are dedicated to providing the University community with comprehensive IT services and solutions which includes providing and maintaining the University-wide computing infrastructure for academic and administrative use. UNIT's Technology Support Services team serves as the primary point of contact assisting in computing and technology related needs.

Location: Garey Hall

Phone: 610-519-6989


Each academic year, students must register their vehicles through the Parking Portal on MyNova. Parking is assigned by lot and a coordinating permit will be issued – some lots require physical tags and others utilize License Plate Reader. Any changes such as a new vehicle or work location can be made on the Parking Portal or by contacting the Parking Office. Parking fees are automatically applied to the student’s account. 

Location: Garey Hall

Phone: 610-519-4444 (emergencies); 610-519-6979, option #1 (non-emergencies) 

The Public Safety Department is responsible for providing a safe, secure living, learning environment for the Villanova University community. Operating 24/7/365, the Department is the University’s first responders to emergency situations, including police, medical, and fire calls. The Department oversees and dispatches the University’s in-house EMS service, VEMS. Sign up for NovaAlert, Villanova’s mass notification system, and download the NovaSafe App, an interactive communications system with the Department of Public Safety.

Location: Kennedy Hall 205

Phone: 610-519-4448


Office of Veterans and Military Service Members Website

Villanova University is dedicated to assisting veterans and their dependents as they reach personal, professional and academic goals. 

Location: Office of the Registrar, St. Mary Hall, Suite 109

Phone: 610-519-4030


Non-Credit Professional Education Transcripts

Non-Credit Student Transcripts are delivered either through electronic delivery and traditional postal delivery for online and on-campus non0credit certificate students..