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Student Health Fair is TODAY!

Come and find valuable information and resources about your overall health and wellness at the Student Health Fair today, Wednesday, May 30 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Nestor Hall West Student Lounge.  Come and learn how to achieve a healthy lifestyle! This event is free of course!


Graduating next week? Join in the Graduation Celebration!

All Spring Quarter graduates are cordially invited to attend a special Graduate Celebration on Thursday, May 31 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Nestor Hall West Student Lounge. Share memories with your fellow classmates, get your picture taken and create your own memory frame.  Enjoy entertainment and enter to win great prizes. Refreshments will be served.  This event is free to all Spring Quarter graduates!

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New email is coming June 12

graphicColumbus State is moving to a new email system for students on June 12. Microsoft Live@Edu will allow you to access your email anywhere, and features 10 gigabytes of inbox space. You’ll also be able to share documents, synch with the cloud, Instant Message from your inbox, and get your email on your cell phone.

What do you need to do? Nothing. Email will switch over automatically on June 12, and you’ll retain all of your old email messages from your old address. You can find more information about this here:

Columbus State transfer students graduate from Ohio U

logoNinety-six Columbus State students who transferred to Ohio University to complete bachelor’s degrees will graduate at the OU Undergraduate Commencement ceremonies Saturday, June 9  The students will graduate from partnership programs  in Bachelor of Criminal Justice  ( 4 students); Bachelor of Science in Nursing  (71 students); and Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies ( 21 students).

Congratulations to these students for completing their bachelor’s degrees!

Regional poetry slam set for Friday and Saturday

Fast-paced poetry is about to take over as more than 100 people converge at Columbus State for the annual Rustbelt Regional Poetry Slam this weekend.

Poetry slams are competitions where poets recite original work and then are judged on a scale from zero to 10 by randomly selected audience members. The slams got their start in Chicago in the mid ‘80s. Since then, they’ve grown in popularity – with Columbus now a regular regional stop on the national circuit.

At least 15 teams from across the Midwest will take part in the competition. Preliminary bouts will be held at 7:00 p.m. June 1, and 1:00 p.m. June 2. Finals will be at 7:00 p.m. June 2. All events are free and will be held in the Nestor Hall lounges and auditorium. Need more information?  Go online here: 

Project Linus creates blankets for kids

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The Columbus State Leadership Society (CSLS) partnered with the Student Ambassador Program for a day of community service May 12, making twenty soft fleece blankets for the Columbus Chapter of Project Linus. Project Linus is a non-profit volunteer organization that helps provide children who are ill or otherwise in need with blankets that are made by its volunteers. It is named for the Charlie Brown comics character Linus, who was never without his trusty blanket. Forty-six students from the Leadership Society and 23 Student Ambassadors had a day of fellowship and productivity serving the community. Students pictured with one of their creations are, from left: Mariam Bahova, Robert McFarland, Simone Burly, Sharon Nolen, Andrew Gorring, Tsung Wu, Jill Spearman, and Sheaine Dao.


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