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October 25



New website launches this weekend

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Columbus State is planning to unveil a new website this weekend. The new site features a more modern, mobile-ready design and keeps our most-requested tools front and center. Here are some of the new features you’ll see:

  • Mobile-friendly! At long last, the Columbus State website will be easily viewed on smartphones and tablets. 
  • Easy access to Blackboard, CougarWeb and student email. We’re keeping those tools available at the top of the site, on every page.
  • Easy access to academic programs: All academic programs can be found within one click of the homepage. You can browse by area of interest or in an A-Z list.
  • Student services are consolidated in the upper-right of the main menu. Click to Resources For > Current Students.

Please note: site search may be disrupted for a few days while Google indexes the new site. The new website launches Sunday, Oct. 29.


Celebrate Make a Difference Day on Monday, October 30

Join the Ameri-Corp College Completion Coaches in the Courtyard on the Columbus Campus between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. on Monday, October 30 for Make a Difference Day! Support a furry friend in need by making a dog or cat t-shirt toy which will be donated to the Columbus Humane Society and Franklin County Dog Shelter.


Media, Gender, Sexuality and Healthy Intimacy

As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Office of Equity and Compliance is excited to offer a presentation on “Media, Gender, Sexuality and Healthy Intimacy” on Monday, October 30 from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. in Nestor Hall, Room 218. This is part of our Know It. Name It. STOP IT! stalking and intimate partner violence awareness campaign and will be presented by the Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio (SARNCO). SARNCO will share information about the role of media in perpetuating sexual stereotypes and offer skill-building strategies to move past these stereotypes to create opportunities for safe and healthy relationships. Please join us to learn more about this important topic and enjoy free snacks!


Restored Citizen Summit is tomorrow

The sixth annual Restored Citizen Summit will be hosted in the Columbus State Center for Workforce Development on Thursday, October 26. This event features resource assistance, workshops, and dynamic speakers addressing empowerment for those who have been incarcerated, on probation, or on parole. Lunch will be provided and attendees are eligible to receive a number of prizes throughout the event.

If you need to request a sign language interpreter for this event, please contact Michael Hicks at If you need to request any other ADA accommodations, please contact Michael at or via telephone at 614-287-2883.



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