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June 21

 

 

Construction Note: Construction began yesterday on two new COTA bus stops next to the Columbus Campus. The current shelters in front of the TL building and the Bookstore will be torn down. Temporary ones will be installed while the new shelters are built. COTA buses will continue to drop off and pick up passengers near the corner of Cleveland and Mt. Vernon avenues.

This project will take several weeks. During that time, traffic on Cleveland Avenue will occasionally be reduced to one lane in each direction. Barricades will be set up when crews are working on the sidewalk areas. 


 

You can help build the new Columbus State website!

Columbus State’s Marketing Department is looking for student employees to help build the new CSCC.edu website. This is a great hands-on opportunity for students in the Interactive Media or Computer Science areas.

The work: Students will be responsible for transferring content from the old site to the new site, reformatting pictures, checking links, and flagging any problems.

Students don’t need to be financial-aid eligible, but must be registered for at least 3 credit hours this summer semester. The job will start July 15 and last about two months.

You can apply online here.

 

Nominate those working with justice system

Do you know someone who is doing great work on behalf of justice-involved individuals—people with a criminal background, who have been previously incarcerated, or those who have had interactions with court system?

As a part of the 2017 Restored Citizen’s Summit, Columbus State is seeking nominations to recognize community leaders in three categories: The Supportive Individual or Organization, the Justice-Involved Individual, and the Youth Award.

Criteria for each award are listed in a nomination packet available from Terrence Brooks, director of the Office of Student Conduct, interim director of Student Engagement and Leadership. Submissions are due by Friday, July 14.

All winners will be recognized at the Restored Citizen’s Summit scheduled for October 26.

 

Interested in Respiratory Care degree?

students in labStudents who are interested in majoring in Respiratory Care do not have to wait until the traditional December date to apply to the program.

The Respiratory Care Program will accept seven new students into the program this fall semester, which starts August 28. The deadline to apply to enter the program this fall is Friday, July 20, by 11:00 p.m.

To get more information and apply, attend the mandatory information session on Thursday, July 28, at 4:00 p.m. in Union Hall 336.

 

 


Women’s locker room closed additional week

The Women’s Locker Room in Delaware Hall will be closed for remodeling a week longer than planned, and will reopen on Tuesday, June 27. Students are asked to use the first-floor restrooms during this construction.

 

Donate blood July 5 or 6

Serve your community and give the gift of life at one of the Columbus State’s Blood Drives, Wednesday, July 5, or Thursday, July 6, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.in the Nestor Hall Lounges. The Red Cross accepts both appointments and walk-ins. To schedule an appointment, please visit: www.redcrossblood.org and type in Sponsor Code: cougars. Contact Katrina De Los Santos at (614) 287-2857 or kdelossantos@cscc.edu for more information.

 

Summer workshops coming up soon

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BLUEprint: The Writing Center – Where the Best Writers Go for Help
Monday, June 26, 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m., in the Writing Center, Library room 102
Need help with your college writing? Learn how to use the services of the Writing Center and make your papers perfect!

BLUEprint: Stay on Track with Your Associate of Arts or Science Degree
Wednesday, June 28, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. in Madison Hall 202 (Student Central)
Learn about curriculum requirements for these two majors. With an advisor you will create an individual semester-to-semester plan for graduation. We will also review resources for transferring to a four-year college. Don’t stray off course and waste time or money—attend this session to graduate in two years.

Job Search and Salary Negotiation
Thursday, July 6, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. in the Library room 111
This workshop will explore job-search strategies, including the best websites to use, and the process of understanding salary negotiation, which starts as soon as you submit your resume and cover letter.

Heart + Head = Hustle
Wednesday, July 19, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.in the Library room 111
This workshop teaches you how to identify work that aligns your heart: doing work that personally moves you and positively impacts the world, and your head: using your unique gifts. Collapsing the divisions between these two aspects of yourself in your work will help you achieve your hustle!

 

 


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June 14

June 7

May 31

 


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