Watch graduation video

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View video from the December 10 graduation

Rave emergency phone system

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Susan Kaiser, employee of the month

KaiserSusan has been a teaching assistant in the Biological Sciences department for 2 years. Read more

Previous Stories:

December 9, 2010
Watch graduation live

PERFORMs Mid-Year

Budget conversations

Winter Welcome Team

Carlisle wins 100th

Meyers published

Kaufman's new book

Help Desk hours

Last day to donate

December 6, 2010

James to give commencement address

Rave alert tested

Criminal Justice degree through Tiffin

What is the TIC?

Employee training

Rudolph's secret

Weekly security tip

Health & Wellness news

December 2, 2010

Kaiser named SEOM

Emergency text message system

Blackboard 9.1 coming

Concert band performs

ITDL seminar

SMUG club

Professional Development course

Secure shredding

Adjunct workshop

DX sale

 

 

 

 

 

This week at Columbus State
Monday December 20

Winter break, December 13 - January 2

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December 13, 2010

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Christopher Keck

Keck named Disability Services advisor

Christopher Keck has been hired as Disability Services advisor in the Office of Disability Services. Keck previously worked in Disability Services at Ohio State University and was one of five counselors in the office responsible for serving over 2000 students with diagnosed disabilities and determining appropriate academic accommodations. more...


Last date to donate is Friday

logoThe Annual Combined Charitable Giving Campaign will wrap up on Friday, December 17. You can view the campaign Donor Guide by logging onto the intranet, where you can also complete the pledge form. You can then send your donation directly to campaign coordinator Barb Smith-Allen in Institutional Advancement, Franklin Hall.

 

Weekly Security Tip:
Don't use information related to yourself as a password

Students at a school in London exploited a teacher's poor password selection to access grades and other school records. The teacher had used his daughter's name as a password, but he became suspicious when students made reference to an excursion, which had not yet been announced, so he changed his password to the registration number of his car, which was parked outside the school every day. When he received complaints from other teachers about grades being leaked, he changed it again, this time to his postcode. The students in question cracked this within days, too.

For more information on password security tips, please review section 20 of CSCC's Information Security Standard.

If you have any questions, please send an email to informationsecurity@cscc.edu or visit the Information Security website at http://www.cscc.edu/infosec/index.shtml.

 

flyerHoliday sale from the Bookstore

Come to the Bookstore on Wednesday, December 15, at 7:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. and stuff your sack to save 25 percent!  Click on flyer for details.

 

 

 

 

 

Order by Friday for holiday desserts from AVI

flyerAVI foodservice is offering freshly baked holiday goodies for pickup between December 21 and 23 when you order by Friday, December 17. Click on the flyer for details!