|March 21-April 3, 2011|
The SCC Commencement Ceremony is Saturday, May 14. Please email Bradford Kretzer by Friday, April 1, if you plan on attending the ceremony.
Thinking pizza for dinner tonight? Then be sure to order from Papa John's, and 20% of your order will go to SCC. Just use promo code SCC1 by phone or SCC2 online at papajohns.com. And don't forget to ask for the SCC special, a large one-topping pizza for just $7.99. SCC raised nearly $1,000 last year through this same promotion, so help support SCC and order some pizza!
The SCC 25th Anniversary website is now live! Check it out at www.stchas.edu/25th, and look at old photos, check out the blog, find out what events are happening, and read testimonials and memories. You can also submit your own memories, stories and photos.
Tell us your story! Do you know someone, whether it's a student, faculty or staff member at SCC, who deserves to be recognized? Or maybe you have a unique story about yourself or your experiences at SCC that you'd like to share with us! Now you can, online — it's easy! Just go to SCC's home page (www.stchas.edu) and click on the blue "I (heart) SCC" icon at the bottom of the page and fill out the form, either for yourself or about someone you know whose story deserves to be heard! If you have any questions, contact the office of Marketing and Communications Department.
The Master of Fine Arts Invitational will be on display through April 15 in the FAB gallery. The exhibit will feature art from local graduate students. Gallery hours are 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on Fridays, and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturdays.
The Young People's Theatre will perform a school edition of "Les Misérables" 7 p.m. Friday-Saturday, March 25-26, and at 2 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, March 26-27. Tickets are $8 for all ages. Call x8233 for tickets.
The Mystical Arts of Tibet will promote the artistic activities of Tibet and the Drepung Loseling Monastery during their visit at SCC March 28-31. The events are free and open to the public and are sponsored by SCC’s Multicultural Programming Committee and the Student Activities Office. Several events will take place that week, including the creating of a Mandala Sand Painting, lectures, and opening and closing ceremonies. Click here for the full schedule with dates, times and locations.
Former SCC student and guest artist Jesse Kuhn will host a lecture at SCC from 10 a.m.-noon Thursday, March 31, in the SSB auditorium. Kuhn, born and raised in St. Charles, is now a freelance designer, artist and commercial illustrator in New York City, and he will discuss his art and career in the lecture.
SCC will kick off its 25th anniversary beginning Friday, April 1, and continuing through Friday, April 8. There is an event each day of the week to commemorate SCC's 25th anniversary, including a birthday party for Scooter McCougar (the SCC mascot), a campus-wide kick-off party, an all-campus anniversary photo, an egg hunt, a scavenger hunt, kite flying, a spirit day/tailgate party and a movie night! To see a full schedule of the week's events, visit the SCC 25th Anniversary website.
In honor of National Library Week, the SCC library will host its 18th Annual Library Book Sale from 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Tuesday, April 11-12, in the LRC. Used book prices are $0.50 for paperbacks and $1 for hardbacks. The library is still collecting used textbooks, novels and other books until Saturday, April 9.
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Check out the 2011 Staff Training and Education Program (STEP) schedule. Deadlines for enrolling: Excel Basic, March 25. To sign up for STEP classes, contact Jessica Trimborn in Human Resources. Learn more about the STEP Program.
Students are now required to present a photo ID when requesting student services from Enrollment Services, Student Development, the Cashier's Office, and the Assessment Center, among others. Photo IDs can be anything from a school ID to a driver's license, or even a gym/club membership ID, as long as it has the student's photo and name on it. This is part of an effort to enhance the security of students' private and confidential information.
11/SP2 second eight-week classes begin Monday, March 21.
11/SP1 first eight-week classes end Monday, March 21.
The following college representatives will be visiting SCC to discuss transfer requirements (all representatives will have tables set up in the Atrium of the Administration Building):
The SCC English Department is accepting submissions from students for two essay awards: The Annie Dillard Award for Creative Non-fiction and the E.B. White Award for Expository Writing. The deadline for submissions is 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 23. For more information, contact Heather Rodgers at x8506.
A Returning Learners Workshop will take place from 8:45 a.m.-noon Monday-Wednesday,
Last day to change from credit to audit or audit to credit for 11/SP2 eight-week classes is Thursday, March 31.
Last day to drop and receive a "W" for spring classes is Friday, April 1.
SCC Foundation scholarship packets for Fall 2011 are now available online and in various locations on campus. Students must fill out the packet and return it to Jared Conner in ADM 1113 by April 1.
Summer 2011 and Fall 2011 registration for current and returning students begins Monday,
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SCC's Alpha Xi Chi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa honor society recently hosted the Missouri Regional Convention in St. Charles March 4-6. More than 140 people were in attendance at the convention. Michael Kuelker, SCC professor of English, delivered the keynote address, "Thoreauvian Reflections on Democracy, Information and the Coming Revolutions" on Saturday, March 5. Bob Gill, SCC instructional media manager, also gave a presentation during the convention. SCC President John McGuire and Michael Banks, vice president for academic and student affairs, both gave welcoming remarks.
The Alpha Xi Chi Chapter also received several awards at the Phi Theta Kappa Missouri Regional Convention, including a Hallmark Award for their developments in science, one of the topic issues. The three chapter advisors, Brenda Hollrah, SCC College Center coordinator; Ron Pettus, SCC associate professor of political science; and Christy Gant, SCC division office coordinator of social sciences; each received the Horizon Award from the Missouri region. SCC student Tobi Wilkins was elected as the vice president of the Kappa region of Missouri. The Alpha Xi Chi Chapter plans on attending Phi Theta Kappa's annual international convention in Seattle in April.
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