Thursday, December 6, 2007
Reservations will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis as determined by the email sent time or fax sent time of your reservation form. A reservation request will be honored if there is an available student ambassador or if other arrangements can be made.
To schedule Clawdette to appear at your event, please fill out the reservation form, and send it to Tracy Sowards, Student Activities Office NH 116, fax: 287-3683, or email email@example.com. If you have any questions please call ext. 2637.
The Welcome Team will perform its duties indoors in Madison Hall for Winter Quarter 2008, as the temperatures may not be quite as pleasant as those pictured here Autumn Quarter.
The Columbus State Welcome Team invites you to join other faculty, staff and students as we share class schedules, print parking passes, direct students to classrooms, troubleshoot issues, pop popcorn, and simply welcome our students back to Columbus State on January 7 and 8, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Madison Hall.
Any time you can share is greatly appreciated as it makes a significant difference for our students. The simple tasks include basic Web navigation and disseminating information—you may choose what you do and when.
Your service has a direct impact on student success at Columbus State. Your time, patience and enthusiasm create an excitement that makes Welcome Team a valuable experience for all.
Please RSVP to Barbara Allen, firstname.lastname@example.org, or ext. 5526 with the times and days you are able to work. She will send you a confirmation within 24 hours.
There’s still time to giveIn 2007, Columbus State offers employees the opportunity to support a wide range of organizations from four charities including United Way of Central Ohio, Earth Share of Ohio, Community Shares of Mid-Ohio, and Community Health Charities of Ohio.
Community Shelter Board helps homelessThe Community Shelter Board, included under the United Way of Central Ohio, organization code 4030, coordinates community-based efforts, fosters collaboration and funds services that help homeless families and individuals in central Ohio.
Through the development of supportive housing, improved emergency shelters, and resources that enable individuals and families to resolve their housing crises, the Community Shelter Board's work to end homelessness is nationally recognized. Founded in 1986 by Mel Schottenstein, the Community Shelter Board currently allocates $10.8 million annually to support programs and services of CSB and its partner agencies. This year, CSB and its partner agencies will provide emergency services to more than 7,200 men, women and children.
For more information about the Community Shelter Board, visit their Web site at www.csb.org. One of the Community Shelter Board’s partners, Columbus Coalition for the Homeless, also has published an emergency winter shelter guide to help those who find themselves at risk during overflow periods at various shelters.
Wellness II concludesThe Wellness Challenge II came to a conclusion Saturday, December 1. If you participated, please turn in your wellness tracking forms with your point totals to no later than Friday, December 7. The top point earners for October are as follows:
Lady Cougars win tournament, start conference actionThe women's basketball team traveled to Jamestown, N.Y., November 30 and December 1 to take part in the Promo-Specialties Jayhawk Classic. In a thrilling championship game, the team came back from a halftime deficit and defeated Jamestown Community College 66-60 in overtime.
The women began conference (OCCAC) play on yesterday with a game at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland. The Lady Cougars’ next home game will be a Dec. 15 rematch against Jamestown CC.
Business Services publishes midyear updatesThe staff of the Business Services office has midyear news about contracts, plus other highlights and reminders that you will find useful in their newsletter. Check it out!