Pastry Arts students to provide “landmark” cakes for 200th celebration
Tommy Tucker, owner of Babykakes bakery, discusses his bicentennial birthday cake
project in class.
You could call it the icing on the cake for some baking and pastry arts students at
Columbus State who are taking part in a very unique cake competition. It’s all tied
to the 200Columbus Bicentennial Birthday Celebration.
The dilemma for organizers was how to make - and pay for - birthday cakes for the
estimated 3,000 guests expected at the birthday celebration February 10. Columbus
State had an educational solution: Students would come to the rescue! 200Columbus
organizers ate it up.
Foundation Scholarships available for Spring/Summer Quarters – Apply now!
Get scholarship money to help finish school this year! The Columbus State Foundation
is offering 124 scholarships totaling $126,000. These scholarships are available for
Spring and Summer 2012 Quarters, and many are intended to help students finish school
before the Switch 2 Semesters, which happens in the Fall 2012 term.
Foundation Scholarships offer something for everyone, from single parents and first-generation
college students, to Vet Tech students or HVAC students. You may apply for up to four
different scholarships! You must also have a FAFSA form on file if you are applying
for a scholarship that is need-based. The deadline to apply for these Spring and Summer
Quarter scholarships is Thursday, February 23 so hurry and apply now! You’ll find
the scholarship listing and the application online here.
Last call for Greeting Card designs is Friday
The Greeting Card Design Contest is wrapping up at the Bookstore. But there's still
time to submit your original design through Friday, January 27. Designs must be submitted as a 5" x 7" PDF and emailed to email@example.com by 5 p.m. on Friday. Designs are being accepted for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day,
Father's Day, and Grandparent's Day
The winning design will receive a $100 Bookstore gift card, the 2nd place winner will
receive a $50 gift card, and 3rd place will receive a $25 gift card. All winning designs
will be made into greeting cards that will be sold in the Bookstore.
Your 1098-T tax form for 2011 is now available online
Columbus State provides student with the opportunity to receive your 2011 Form 1098-T
electronically. We have contracted with Tab Service Company, a specialized provider
for this service.
IRS regulations state that each student who wishes to receive their 1098-T electronically
must also provide his/her consent electronically. Therefore, if you wish to take
advantage of this, you must visit Tab Services' website to sign up. (If have already signed up in the past to receive your 1098-T electronically, you do
not need to repeat this process.)
If you do not wish to take advantage of the online service your 1098-T will be mailed
on January 31, 2012.
Using this online service has several benefits, including: No lost forms, no waiting
for the mail, secure access, and less impact on the environment.
If you have any questions, please contact Cashiers and Student Accounting by email
Winter reminder about smoking in doorways
Smokers are reminded of the city law prohibiting smokers from gathering at entryways.
Smoking in proximity to an entrance or exit can cause smoke to drift into the building,
or cause nonsmokers to walk through secondhand smoke to enter or exit. The Columbus
Dept. of Health and Columbus State Dept. of Public Safety are required to enforce
this city law. Thank you for not smoking in or near doorways.
Nominate an outstanding woman student you know!
The Student Activities and Athletics Department invites you to nominate an outstanding
woman student for the 2012 Women’s History Month Leadership Awards. Nominations are
due by February 10 and the award ceremony will be held in early March during Women’s History Month.
The Outstanding Woman Student Leader Award recognizes the academic excellence and
civic involvement of our women students. Up to eight women will be honored on March
6 during the Women’s History Month Awards Reception. Click here for more information
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