Parking hangtags may be obtained at any campus location and must be displayed on vehicles driven on campus. The Campus Police Office is located in Maples-Marshall Hall (MMH110). A $5 fee is required which may be paid to the Business Office in Sevierville (MMH100) or at the Morristown campus location. At the beginning of fall semester, employees sign for a payroll deduction of the parking fees and receive their hangtags from the Campus Police Office (MMH110).
The Executive Aide in Maples-Marshall Hall (MMH100) keeps a supply of time sheets obtained from Human Resources. They are distributed as requested to employees. At the end of the month, employees return the time sheets to their supervisors and/or the Campus Dean for signature. Campus Police officers return their time cards to the Morristown campus Chief of Police via campus courier.
Part-time employees obtain their time cards from the Morristown payroll office. They are returned on a weekly basis. They are sent by campus courier to the Human Resources office at the Morristown campus after approval by the supervisors.
Leave forms can be obtained from the Executive Aide in Maples-Marshall Hall (MMH100) as needed. Blank forms are also available in Cates-Cutshall Hall (ACAD121) and Conner-Short Center (CAPE109), for the convenience of employees. Employees submit completed forms to their supervisors for approval and routing to the Campus Dean and the Vice President for Academic Affairs via the campus courier. Campus Police officers submit completed forms to the Morristown campus Chief of Police via campus courier.
Each building at the Sevier County Campus has a copier in the main office. A code is necessary to use these copiers. Training can be obtained from the office staff.
Sevier County Campus
1720 Old Newport Hwy.
Sevierville, TN 37876
Internal campus mail is delivered to the Sevier County Campus and transported daily to the Morristown location via campus courier. U.S. Postal Service mail is delivered to and picked up from Maples-Marshall Hall (MMH100) each weekday. Campus mail and U.S. Postal Service mail is distributed to the faculty and staff through personalized mailboxes in their assigned buildings.
The mailboxes, outgoing campus mail trays, and mailroom services are located in:
Mail is collected from and delivered to MMH100 once per day for pick up by the campus courier or U.S. Postal Services employee. Large bulk mailings are sent to the mailroom at the Morristown campus via campus courier for postage and mailing. These orders must be accompanied by the appropriate FOAPAL number for accounting purposes.
The travel authorization and claim forms can be obtained from the Executive Aide in the Administrative Office located in Maples-Marshall Hall (MMH100), in Cates-Cutshall Hall (ACAD121), and in Conner-Short Center (CAPE109), for the convenience of employees.
Per the policy of the college, official WSCC travel must be approved in advance. The travel authorization forms should be completed and routed to the campus supervisors, Dean, and Vice President for Academic Affairs for approval via the campus courier. Upon approval, copies are returned via courier to the employees to retain during travel. If state vehicles are not available for use, travel claim forms are completed to request reimbursements of authorized expenses. The completed travel claim forms are given to the supervisors, and Dean for signatures. The forms are then routed to the Academic Affairs office for approval and signatures. The Accounts Payable office in Morristown processes the forms and issues the reimbursement checks. These checks are returned to the Sevier County Campus for distribution to the employees.