Thursday, March 19, 2009
Five full scholarships go to winner of March 28 “JamQuest”A rare opportunity awaits members of a central Ohio high school band. Columbus State will award up to five full scholarships to the members of the winning band of JamQuest 2009. Combined, the scholarships represent a value of more than $35,000.
Milton Ruffin, a Columbus educator and musician said, “It’s the talent that gets you in the door but education sustains you.” Ruffin is the principal at Columbus City Schools’ Fort Hayes Education Center.
JamQuest takes the annual band event and provides participants with a brand-new top prize: A college scholarship. This year’s prize offers the winning band short-term bragging rights and a lifetime of rewards. JamQuest 2009 reaches out to high school students in a unique way, building excitement about college educational opportunities in the process.
Additional JamQuest sponsors include The Columbus Dispatch and PromoWest, which is hosting the live concert for the band finalists, along with The CW on WWHO-TV and
Power 107.5. In addition, nighttime radio personality “City” from Power 107.5 and The CW star Brittany will serve as co-MCs.
You can read more about this exciting contest at www.cscc.edu/jamquest. The concert will be held March 28 at the Lifestyle Communities Pavilion beginning at 6 p.m.
Columbus State Bridgeview Golf is in full swingThe Columbus State Bridgeview Golf Course & Driving Range opens for the season on Friday, March 20! Now is the time to enjoy the benefits it offers to Columbus State faculty, staff and students such as:
- Special pricing at the Golf Course: $9 for 9 holes walking (reg. $13)
- Special pricing at the Driving Range: Large bucket of balls for $5 (reg. $9)
- 20 Wellness Initiative points per hour of golfing or practice (only at Columbus State Bridgeview!)
This special pricing is good all season for Columbus State employees and students.
You can visit the new Web site at www.cscc.edu/bridgeview to find out more about Columbus State Bridgeview. To reserve a tee time, call (614) 471-1565. And mark your calendar for the Season Kickoff Celebration on May 1!
Tomorrow’s commencement to include two employeesThe Columbus State Grounds Department would like to congratulate two of its outstanding employees who will graduate Friday from the Landscape Design/Build program at the college. Starlene Link and Adam Darst will earn their associate degrees and then jet off to Cal Poly Pomona, Ca. to compete in the PLANET Student Career Days competition, sometimes called the “Landscape Olympics.” Columbus State congratulates Starlene and Adam and wishes the entire landscape team success at the event. Another employee in the Grounds Department, Dustin McDanniel, earned his associate degree in Landscape at the Autumn Quarter 2008 ceremony.
What is the DX Thinking?The correct answer to Monday’s riddle was “Happy Hour at the DX Cafe & Barista,” guessed by Christopher Bunner. Stop in every day from 3-5 p.m. to enjoy reduced prices on all your favorite specialty coffee drinks.
Spring Quarter Welcome Team asking for volunteersThe Welcome Team, Spring 2009 edition, will be helping students on March 30 and 31 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Team will assist students in the lobby near the Student Assistance Center in Madison Hall. The Welcome Team hopes you will consider sharing your support and join in the fun as they welcome new and returning students to Columbus State.
Your service has a direct impact upon 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. A confirmation e-mail will be sent within 24 hours.