RESOURCES FOR LEARNING & WELLNESS LIBRARY The AAC maintains an expanding library collection in the Student Resource Center on 2nd Floor-North. Students are welcome to use books and other resources in this area. The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is the official library for Art Academy of Cincinnati, and students are expected to use the library for out-of-class research. Located at 9th and Walnut Streets, it is only three blocks from campus. AAC students can apply for borrowing privileges at the public library. To receive a library card, students must present a picture ID and provide their residential address and date of birth. Students who do not have a local Cincinnati/Hamilton County address to provide should discuss with the Director of Student Services. TEXTBOOKS AND SUPPLIES The list of textbooks required for Art Academy courses is posted on the Art Academyâ€™s website each semester. Visit www.artacademy.edu/registrar/pdf/textbooks.pdf. Additional books may be subtracted or added to these lists by individual course instructors. AAC does not maintain an on-campus bookstore. Students should purchase their books from the source most appropriate to them. Options may include Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, eBooks.com, or others. Instructors will provide students with a recommended supply list on the first day of each class. There are numerous options for purchasing supplies in the local community: Suderâ€™s Art Store 1309 Vine Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-241-0800 www.sudersartstore.com Plaza Artist Materials 701 Main Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-621-0726 www.plazaart.com STUDENT MEDICAL RECORDS All students born after January 1, 1957 must have immunizations for Measles, Mumps and Rubella. Health forms documenting this and other information are maintained by the Director of Student Services.
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HEALTH & WELLNESS HEALTHCARE & MENTAL HEALTH The AAC does not have an on-campus health clinic, nor a preferred medical provider. However, the Director of Student Services can assist students in finding the most available and appropriate access to healthcare. In the case of an emergency or what you may suspect to be an emergency, always call 911. For non-emergent health and wellness issues or questions, below are some health resources in the community: Elm Street Health Center 1525 Elm St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-352-2902 Good Samaritan Free Health Center 3727 St. Lawrence St. Cincinnati, OH 45205 513-246-6888 Must meet certain requirements for access University of Cincinnati Emergency Services 234 Goodman St. Cincinnati, OH 45219 513-284-1000 The Christ Hospital Emergency Room 2139 Auburn Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45219 513-585-2000 Planned Parenthood - Mt. Auburn 2314 Auburn Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45219 513-287-6484 Lighthouse Youth Services 401 E. McMillan Cincinnati, OH 45206 513-569-9500 Temporary and emergency housing options for young adults Hamilton County Mental Health Access Point 311 Albert Sabin Way Cincinnati, OH 45229 513-558-8888 Suicide & Crisis Hotlines National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255 Crisis Text Line: Text â€œStartâ€? to 741741 Talbert House Crisis Hotline: 513-281-2273