Cascading Registration Periods just ahead

For the first time at Columbus State, registration will open for three terms within a 45-day  period. Recreation.
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Rhythm & Rhyme at the Bookstore

Rhythm & Rhyme Open Mic is at the Bookstore on Wednesday, January 18! Come play an instrument, sing a song, or read your favorite poem.
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Staff Changes in Diversity, Athletics

Kimberly Brazwell
has been named Manager of Diversity Initiatives.

Athletics will branch off from Student Activities and Scott Nichols will provide leadership as the Manager of Student Athletics and College Recreation.
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January 12, 2012

Biggest Learner finale

MLK video online

Three present at conference

Open gym for employees

Winter reminder about smoking

Biking is big in 2012

January 9, 2012

Forums for Dean candidates

Cascading registration periods just ahead

Semesters catalog

S drive to be updated

Computer security training

Ready for snow

Rhythm and Rhyme

Spots available in Support Services

What a lightweight

ITDL webinar

Gruber recognized

January 5, 2012

January SEOM

Biggest Learners to be revealed

Men's basketball team on CSTV

Volunteers needed to judge Future Cities

Personal Leave forms due

Holiday Challenge weigh-in

New Year's resolutions

Last day for giving campaign

Library open house

Health & Fitness News

January 3, 2012

Bill Murphy passes away

Welcome to Winter Quarter

Staffing changes

Student wins holiday card contest

Officers promoted

Changing batteries

Cross country club wraps up

Rhythm and Rhyme

Cafeteria updates

This week at Columbus State
Monday January 16

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday observed - all campuses closed

Tuesday January 17
Wednesday January 18
Thursday January 19



Friday January 20

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Christopher's restaurant reopens for Winter Quarter on January 26.

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January 17, 2012

Biggest Learners earn scholarships

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The web reality series Biggest Learner wrapped up last Friday with a final episode announcing the winning team—the students who raised their group GPA the highest. The winners were “Team Swag,” coached by Reuel Barksdale, Business Programs. Each received a $1,000 scholarship, while the runner-up “A Team,” coached by Carolyn Kaufman, Social Sciences, received $500 scholarships. From left are winning team members Branden Rice, Meredith Mendoza and Larena Nolan. Not pictured is the fourth Team Swag member Jack D’Andrea. 

Feedback requested from Open Forum 
If you were unable to attend the recent Open Campus Forum for Arts and Sciences dean candidate Karen Muir this past Wednesday, you can view the video on the Intranet at this link: (the Intranet is not available off campus).

Faculty and staff who attended the Forum or viewed it online are invited to provide their feedback to be passed on to the selection committee. All responses will be anonymous. The link below will take you to a two-question survey. The deadline to submit responses is 5 p.m., Tuesday, January 20.

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If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Bostos Demers at ext. 5519. For the most up-to-date information please follow the Human Resources Depart on Facebook: Human Resources at CSCC or Twitter: @CSCC_HR.

Time to nominate an outstanding woman student leader

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After last year’s ceremony, winners of the 2011 Women Student Leader Awards pose with organizers and President Harrison.

The Student Activities and Athletics Department invites you to nominate an outstanding woman student for the 2012 Women’s History Month Leadership Awards. Nominations are due by February 10 and the award ceremony will be held in early March during Women’s History Month.

The Outstanding Woman Student Leader Award recognizes academic excellence and civic involvement among our women students. Up to eight women will be honored on March 6 during the Women’s History Month Awards Reception. This year’s theme is “Women’s Education, Women’s Empowerment.”

Previous winners have been community volunteers, mothers, entrepreneurs and scholars. All have excelled in their studies and community despite personal or professional obstacles. Nominees must be currently enrolled Winter Quarter and have a minimum 2.5 GPA.

Submit your typed, double-spaced nomination to Heather Borland, assistant director for student engagement and leadership, in Nestor Hall 116. For more information about the program call ext. 2637.

You can download a nomination form here or pick one up at the following places:


Cancer Support Group to meet Wed.

logoThe Cancer Support Group will meet Wednesday, January 18 at noon in the Public Safety Training Room, Delaware Hall. The group is open to anyone who has been affected by cancer, or who wants to support others. Come to learn and share information that would be helpful to the group. For additional information contact Nichole Bowman-Glover, Wellness Coordinator, or call ext. 3989.