Semesters Week coming May 14-18

bubble artAnother Semesters Week, similar to the one held last fall, is set for May 14-18. Students can attend general information sessions about semesters and demonstrations on running a Degree Audit Report.
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Volunteers needed for Read-In May 8

Join Columbus State students, faculty and staff in reading to elementary students in Columbus and Delaware.
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Distinguished Teaching Award finalists selected

After reviewing a record 70 portfolios from the 2011 Distinguished Teaching Award nominees, the selection committee as has chosen ten finalists for classroom observation during Spring quarter. Of these ten, four will be selected and honored as Distinguished Teaching Award win
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April 26, 2012

Semesters Week May 14-18

Seminar on First Generation Students

"Bike Fridays" in May

ITDL Seminars

Business Service on retreat May 4

April 23, 2012

Warm weather work

Writers Conference welcomes Naomi Wolf

Bookstore sale

Counseling Services in Nestor Hall

April 19, 2012

In-Service, Wellness Fair

Two new employees: French and Ward

Read-In volunteers needed

"In My Own Words" at Delaware campus Spring Quarter

Computer security tip

Cost saving tips from mailing services

April 16, 2012

New parking supervisor

Accreditation Team attends conference

Travel reimbursement policy

Cancer support group

ITDL seminars

Christophers open twice weekly

April 13, 2012

Downtown Digital Arts Festival

Training opportunities for managers

Health & Fitness News

Cocchi to retire, McClain to direct Disability Services

Law Enforcement Career Fair

Child Development Center earns award for excellence

HVAC student earns scholarship

TRiO earns EPA award

"Great Colleges" survey extended

April 9, 2012

Volunteer for the Annual Read-In

Cougar Challenge 5K

Day of Silence April 19

Nominate a great Columbus State man

April 5, 2012

April SEOM Debbie Pond

ONN segment features Logistics

Columbus State to hose Medieval Colloquium

Health Rewards briefing

April edition of The Partner

Lab Professionals Week

National Student Employment Week April 16-20

ITDL Seminars

 

 


This week at Columbus State
Monday April 30

Payday


Tuesday May 1
Wednesday May 2
Thursday May 3

ITDL Seminars: Introduction to Blackboard 9.1, 8-11 a.m.,

 

Friday May 4


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Christopher's opens this week for Spring Quarter.

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April 30, 2012

A Chilly Challenge!

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The First Annual Cougar Challenge 5K was quite a success, with more than 150 runners and walkers taking on the 3.1-mile course at Bridgeview Golf Center Saturday morning.  Bundled up against temperatures in the 40s, runners and walkers completed the course to raise money for student book scholarships.  The race was organized by the Staff Advisory Council.  Race results are online here: http://www.premierraces.com/viewresults.asp?resultsID=861.

In-Service Day survey available

The link to a short survey about In-Service Day has been restored, so if you were unable to access it last week, please try again here: http://web.cscc.edu/snapwebhost/surveylogin.asp?k=133346510738


Scholastic Book Fair starts today

Visit the Scholastic Book Fair, going on today and tomorrow at the Bookstore!  


Writers Conference keynote address by Naomi Wolf is free

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Naomi Wolf

The Columbus State 9th Annual Writers Conference this Saturday begins with breakfast at 8:00 a.m. and includes 20 workshop sessions (including a session with Naomi Wolf), lunch, plus a keynote address and book signing with Naomi Wolf. Cost for the full day is $60 if you preregister ($80 at the door). The cost for students is only $20.

The keynote address, which will begin at 12:45, is free and open to the public.
For information or to register, check the website: http://www2.cscc.edu/academics/departments/english/writers-conference/index.shtml.

Human Performance Center to schedule Summer Quarter training

The HPC will begin scheduling personal training for Summer Quarter on Monday, May 7 (current clients) and Wednesday, May 9 (new clients). Due to high demand, scheduling must be done in person with Mandi Cecil. To schedule:

  • Starting at 6 a.m. May 7, current HPC clients should bring their Spring Quarter Fitness Assessment to the HPC.

  • Sign the client/trainer agreement.

  • Receive a statement for payment.  Any credits you have will be applied to the new session.

  • Payments are made at the Cashier’s Office in Rhodes Hall. 

  • Pay within 48 hours of scheduling to hold your spot.  If your statement has not been paid within 48 hours of scheduling you will be removed from the HPC schedule.  It will be your responsibility to reschedule.

If you have any questions, please contact Cecil at ext.2083.


Document Management System: An Image of Success

With thousands of employees and more than 30,000 students, managing information is an important and necessary part of what we do here at Columbus State. The Document Management System, or DMS, is an integral part of this process.

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Mary Brown
, coordinator of the Administrative Withdrawal and Tuition Refund Requests in Records and Registration, uses the DMS system.

Implemented in early 2010 as a way to safely and securely manage documents between our Columbus and Delaware campuses--as well as our Regional Learning Centers--the DMS saves the college tens of thousands of dollars by allowing departments to process and scan documents in-house. DMS is currently used by Admissions, Advising Services, Enrollment Services, Financial Aid, Health Records, Library Technical Services, Public Safety, Records and Registration, Staff Advisory Council, Student Accounting, and the Testing Centers.

The Records and Registration Department processes the largest volume of documents into the system--a total of 137,214 since October 2011. Sue McLaren, Records and Registration assistant who works with information related to enrollment verifications, says her daily processes are positively impacted by the DMS, especially the tracking of non-CSCC documentation. Mary Brown works with DMS as part of her Tuition Refund Request and Administrative Withdrawal procedures, and points to the ease of use as one of the system’s best features, noting that “the convenience factor is an A+.” As a transcript evaluator, Summre Jones stresses the immediate access to documentation as an important benefit of the system; this instant access to information translates into more efficient and effective solutions to student questions and concerns. DMS is an essential piece of the puzzle for employees who focus on and promote student success!

20-S lot closed tomorrow

Due to an event in the Center for Workforce Development (WD) on Tuesday,
May 1
, the 20-S lot will be reserved all day.