Campus Life June 4
Military veteran’s resource and wellness fair set for Friday
Military veterans, along with their family and friends, are invited to attend a wide-ranging
resource and wellness fair on the Columbus State Delaware Campus. The event is designed
for current service members, military veterans and their dependents to connect with
dozens of veteran-friendly organizations in the Central Ohio region.
Participants include Health Net, Heroes Care, Military One Source, Ohio State Highway
Patrol, Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation, Ohio Warriors Hockey Program, Veterans
Center Mobile Van, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Enrollment Mobile Van, and
The fair will include two workshops. The American Red Cross Workshop (10 a.m. – noon) will examine reuniting, reconnecting and rebuilding for military families who are
dealing with post-deployment issues. The Columbus VA Workshop (Noon – 1 p.m.), will focus on understanding military culture and readjustment and the challenges faced
by combat veterans.
The fair will be held Friday, June 6, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Columbus State Delaware Campus, which is at 5100 Cornerstone Dr., in Delaware.
Students attend MLK Civil Rights Heritage Tour
Visiting the Voting Rights Museum on the Civil Rights Tour are, from left: Abdi Jama, Deborah Gary, Tom Capps, Kamara Wiloughby, and staff member Nolan Harshaw.
Several Columbus State students and staff members recently participated in the 2014
MLK Civil Rights Heritage Tour, a bus trip sponsored by the MLK Holiday Commission
and the Columbus Community Relations Commission.
Tom Capps, Kamara Willoughby, Abdi Jama, and Deborah Gary were selected as this year’s student representatives based on their responses to
a Civil Rights Essay contest. Nolan Harshaw, an assistant in the Testing Center, accompanied
The trip retraced the steps of Dr. King and other civil rights heroes, traveling to
historic sites in Cincinnati, Atlanta, Tuskegee, Selma, Montgomery, Birmingham, Ala.,
and Memphis, Tenn. The tour stopped at 22 historical landmarks and museums including
the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, and the MLK Center and Tomb in
For more information about the MLK Civil Rights Heritage Tour or to find out how you
can get involved next year please contact Brett Welsh in Columbus State’s office of
Global Diversity and Inclusion.
Hours changed for SEaL Job and Family Services rep
The office for Franklin County Department of Job and Family Services in the Student
Engagement and Leadership (SEaL) Department have been changed. Please visit the website
for Christina Edwards’ new hours of service and additional information. A drop-box is also available in
Nestor Hall 116 for students who wish to leave paperwork for Edwards, Monday- Thursday,
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Fridays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Graduating this summer?
If you are hoping to complete your degree requirements this Summer Semester, be sure
to submit your petitions to graduate by June 6 - and attend the Grad Petition Check
hosted by Advising Services at Columbus State Community College if you have questions or need help: http://www.cscc.edu/services/advising/pdf/gradfair.pdf
Get ready for a summer of success with the Student Success Series
At Columbus State, we provide a number of learning opportunities beyond the classroom.
From developing your skill set, to getting involved on campus, our new Student Success
Series booklet makes it easy for you to find valuable resources – all in one spot.
The booklet brings together resources and workshops to help you make the most of your
Columbus State experience.
Some of the topics include academic assistance and resources, campus involvement,
career planning, study abroad/travel opportunities, wellness classes and intramurals.
In addition to getting great information and meeting new friends, you can also use
these events to build your resume and transcript. Any workshop with the BLUEprint designation will be documented for your records. The booklet can be found online here.
Get job-ready in one semester!
If you are interested in the field of healthcare, becoming a pharmacy technician is
a great place to start. The Pharmacy Technician Program at Columbus State gets you
job-ready with just four classes (10 credit hours – just one semester!
Plus, it prepares you to take one of the Pharmacy Technician Board Exams for professional
certification, potentially raising your earning power.
Attend an information session to find out more about this new program, which will
begin Autumn Semester 2014:
Pharmacy Technician Information Sessions
Tuesday, June 10, at 12:00 p.m. – Union Hall 227
Monday, August 11, at 6:00 p.m. – Union Hall 227
You may RSVP to attend the session of your choice by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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