Remember to register before the holidays!
Did you start strong this Fall Semester? Keep going! Register for classes early to
keep your momentum. Scheduling early helps you get the classes you want for Spring
Register on CougarWeb
Know your dates: Registration is open now; the fee payment deadline is January 8, and classes begin
Remember that the Campus Holiday Break is Wednesday, December 25, 2013 through Wednesday, January 1, 2014. There will be
no on-campus, in-person, or telephone student services available during the Holiday
Break. Online registration and fee payment via CougarWeb will be available. Avoid the holiday rush and register NOW for Spring Semester.
And don’t forget to “Go for 15!” For many students, it's time to kick it into high gear to graduate on time. Most students
will have to take at least 15 hours per semester in order to graduate in two years.
Even part-time students should consider adding another class to save time and money.
You can read more here: Go for 15!
Career Chat: Insure your future with a great career
Find out about Columbus State’s new Foundations of Insurance certificate.
When: Thursday, November 14, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Where: Nestor Hall Lounge
Learn about the exciting career opportunities that exist in administration, claims,
finance, human resources, law and regulation, marketing and communications, operations,
sales, technology, customer service, risk management, underwriting and analysis.
Chat with industry experts and Columbus State graduates working at top insurance firms.
Find out how close you are to earning your Foundations of Insurance Certificate from Columbus State, and get your resume insurance-interview ready!
Lactation room now available
In an effort to support our students who are nursing mothers, the college has secured
a lactation room in Nestor Hall, 019B. The room is available upon request for students
to express breast milk for their nursing children. We are happy to provide this room
to help promote life balance for our campus community.
The room will be available Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Extended
room availability beyond 5:00 p.m. is dependent upon availability. To reserve the
room, students should contact Sarah Baker, Global Diversity and Inclusion specialist
Looking to get involved?
“Cougars for the Community" is a community service organization for students at Columbus
State. The group has multiple events planned for the near future, including Veteran's
Volunteer Day, where they will team up with The Red Cross for "Holiday Mail for Heroes"
on November 11 on campus. To learn more about Cougars for the Community, visit the website today!
E-cigarettes are not allowed inside!
Did you know that e-cigarettes are not allowed in any building at Columbus State,
or at any of the Regional Learning Centers? You can “smoke” them outside, like regular
cigarettes, but you can’t use them indoors.
Disability Services and Humanities offer lecture
Join the Departments of Disability Services and the Humanities when they present a
lecture titled “Joice Heth and Jim Crow: The Dual Stigma of Race and Disability in
Antebellum America,” Wednesday, November 20 at 2:00 p.m. in Franklin Hall 110.
The presentation will be made by Dea Boster, Ph.D., instructor in the Humanities, who will discuss the layers of meaning that were ascribed
to race and disability, two concepts that were mutually constitutive in the nineteenth-century
United States. As the notoriety of Joice Heth and Jim Crow spread throughout the nation,
so did discussions and portrayals of disabled slaves. Many nineteenth-century writings
associated physical and mental disabilities with weakness and dependence, immorality,
dishonor, and the grotesque, and these associations influenced the “dual stigma” of
race and disability.
The lecture is free and open to the public.
Don't miss important activities- Check the calendar!
Lots more activities and events can be found on the Columbus State Activities Calendar:
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Summer Semester 2013 Archives
Spring Semester 2013 Archives
Autumn Semester 2012 Archives