The Daily Blast
Wednesday - 5-6-2015
This communication is intended for the Women’s Day College.
Today at Columbia College
On Wednesday 5/6 between 6 and 8pm RHA will provide cupcakes for residents to decorate to battle their exam week stress. This will take place outside on the sidewalk between Hudson and Wesley.
Graduating seniors, are you looking for a roommate? Let us help you! Email Dean Budden by Thursday, May 7 at firstname.lastname@example.org your name, the city where you will be living, and your contact information that can be shared with potential roommates.
STUDENTS--WE’VE HEARD YOUR CONCERNS
As the voice for the student body, we sent your concerns to President Dinndorf . CCSGA will focus its agenda next year on working with the administration on the student body’s concerns. Thanks for your participation.
STATE SCHOLARSHIP AID POSSIBLE FOR SUMMER
To accelerate degree progression to graduation, LIFE and P Fellow recipients may use scholarship for summer. Doesn’t guarantee early graduation; be aware you'll use 1 term of eligibility; not obligated to use funds for summer. Contact FinAid for info.
LUDY BOWL 2015 THEME ANNOUNCEMENT
CCAB is pleased to announce that the theme for the 2015 Ludy Bowl will be School Dayz, with the class teams being the Jocks vs the Nerds. Rising seniors will receive an email soon to choose their team name.
SURCIE SHOP OPEN
The Surcie Shop will be open on Wednesday, May 6 from 12:00 p.m. -3:00 p.m. Stop by for Mother's Day, Graduation or summer gifts!
CHANGES TO STUDENT HANDBOOK NEXT YEAR
Next academic year, the services and policies portion of the Student Handbook will be completely online. Over the summer, you may want to consider purchasing a calendar/planner to help you stay organized next fall.
If shuttles/buses were provided to take students to different places around Columbia next school year, where would you want to go? Let us know by filling out this one-question:
LIFE AFTER COLLEGE: HOW TO FIND AN APARTMENT
Finding your 1st apartment can be one of the most intimidating hurdles in the transition to life after CC. Keeping a few important things in mind, however, can cut down on the anxiety! Check out the link & visit 210 Harrelson Center for more info.