YOU are invited!
The official Ribbon-cutting, Grand Opening ceremony for the Columbus State Delaware Campus will be held Monday, June 28, at 11 a.m. in the new Moeller Hall, 5100 Cornerstone Drive in Delaware. And you are invited! The event will feature a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new building, tours, souvenir mementos and an outdoor barbecue luncheon in the spirit of the season.
Many Columbus State employees have already responded to ride a tour bus to the location, departing at 10 a.m. from Nestor Hall archway. If you have already reserved your seat, there is no need to send another RSVP. If you have not reserved a seat on the bus but would like to come up to the ceremony in a carpool or otherwise, please go here to send your RSVP. Directions to the new campus are also on the site. It’s easy to find, has plenty of parking, and you will be amazed at this gorgeous new campus, so hurry and RSVP today!
Special note: Can’t attend the Grand Opening ceremony?A live webcast will be available from the event on cscc.edu, starting at 11 a.m. June 28.
Development Foundation Scholarship window open through July 9
Occasionally scholarships go unused when enough students do not apply. Please encourage your students to apply today. There are scholarships available for specific majors, for several different majors, or for any and all students! The listing and application period is open until Friday, July 9. To see a listing of the scholarships available, go online here.
New rooms available for tutoring Summer Quarter
Nestor Hall Room 212 and Eibling Hall Room 304 have been reserved exclusively for tutoring for Summer Quarter 2010 - all sessions. Department chairs or designees are encouraged to contact Dan Weinstein at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call ext. 2232, to schedule space in these rooms for tutoring.
Missed June 10 event? See video here
With Dr. Moeller departing after 14 years as Columbus State's president, several staff and faculty members recalled her impact on the college in a video tribute that was presented at this month's retirement reception. You can see the video here.
Go Goth to Go Green!
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