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Student Engagement & Leadership
What is The Columbus State Hub?
Managing your co-curricular (activities outside the classroom) record is easier than ever! By developing your profile in Columbus State's new system, The Columbus State Hub, you can keep an online record of your involvement, academic experiences, employment history and recommendations, and much more.
The Columbus State Hub is a web-based platform (powered by OrgSync) that allows you to connect with several organizations, departments, and students on campus! You can join a club or department's Hub page and learn all about their activities, communicate with members, and sign up to attend campus events. Think that's great? The Columbus State Hub also allows you to find volunteer opportunities and track all of your service hours throughout your time at Columbus State! You can even make an e-portfolio that stays with you for life to showcase your work and involvement.
The Columbus State Hub makes your college experience a little easier by putting all of these fancy features in one easy-to-access place!
Hub Frequently Asked Questions
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Where do I go for Hub support?
Student Engagement and Leadership (SEaL) coordinates programs and leadership opportunities for students to grow and become involved during their time at CSCC! Currently SEaL offers wellness, social, community service, leadership and educational programs to students at the Delaware and Columbus campuses of CSCC. From Weeks of Welcome to Halloween to Karaoke Night to Spring Fling to the Collegiate Conference of Ohio, there is an activity for every student to get involved. SEaL also advises 30 student clubs and/or organizations on campus; to start a new club, please visit Nestor Hall 116. SEaL encourages students to get involved and SEaL their success!
Attending workshops and getting involved on campus is not only beneficial to you as a student, but can provide opportunities that last long after graduation! There are many offerings at Columbus State that will help you build skills that demonstrate your value to prospective employers, transfer universities and graduate schools.
Students are invited to attend workshops and programs found in the Student Success Series Booklet to learn more about involvement opportunities at Columbus State.
Hours of service
Monday- Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.