Thursday, April 16, 2009
Disability Services to move to new offices in Eibling Hall
After an extensive renovation to the whole first floor of Eibling Hall, Disability Services will move their department from the second floor of Franklin Hall to the first floor of Eibling. The photo shows the department's new lobby in what used to be the Data Center.
Disability Services move will take place next week and some services will experience interruptions. Intake services on Monday, April 20, will be closed, and Intake walk-ins only will be offered on Tuesday, April 21. In addition, testing services will be closed on Tuesday, April 21.
“Future Scientists of Ohio” scholarships to pair CSCC, OSUA brand-new scholarship program starting this fall will offer full tuition scholarships to new students majoring in the Associate of Science program, who plan to graduate and transfer to Ohio State to study a “STEM” field—science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine.
The program is part of the $100 million “Choose Ohio First Scholars” program announced in February by the Board of Regents. The combination of scholarship money and academic support is “designed to return Ohio to its former position of prominence as a world-renowned cradle of invention and innovation.”
New students this fall who plan to pursue the Associate of Science will be able to apply for the scholarship if they have a high school 3.0 GPA with a specific math/science curriculum, an ACT test score of at least 23, a written essay and letter of recommendation.
Know someone who may qualify for this new scholarship program? More information and the application are on the Columbus State Web site.
Christian Science Reading Rooms offer Open HouseOne Columbus State’s neighbors in the Discovery District, the Christian Science Reading Room in Columbus, will join with other reading rooms around the world for an International Open House weekend, April 16-19.
The Christian Science Reading Rooms will encourage their local communities to visit and learn what these stores have to offer.
These stores are open to the public and welcome people of all faiths, backgrounds and ways of life. Guests during the April open house are invited to browse, ask questions, and find our more about the new Christian Science Monitor, which has an enhanced Web site. The reading room closest to Columbus State is at 457 E. Broad St., downtown. Three others are in Grandview, Clintonville and Upper Arlington. For more information, call (614) 263-3442.