|Nov. 19-Dec. 2, 2012|
The college will be closed Wednesday-Friday, Nov. 21-23, for the Thanksgiving holiday, and no credit classes will be held Nov. 21-24.
Long lines getting you down? Now you can zip through the cashier's line at the Plaza Bistro and Café Express when using your credit or debit card. Purchases of $25 or less no longer require a signature.
Check out the 2012 Mid Rivers Review, the literary journal published annually by the SCC English Department. The journal contains poetry, prose and artwork contributed by students, staff, faculty and area residents. Mid Rivers Review can be purchased at the SCC Bookstore or by calling x8407.
SCC is an approved charity in the Schnucks Escrip program, which means if you show an Escrip card at checkout, Schnucks will donate a portion of your sale to the SCC Foundation. Signing up for a card is free and doesn’t cost anything to use. To receive and activate an Escrip card, email Tara Cochran. If you already have one, just remember to have Schnucks swipe it while purchasing groceries.
Check out the daily photo documentary of the college, from the perspectives of 26 SCC employees from various departments on campus. There will be one new photo posted on the college's Instagram account every day. Follow SCC on Instagram. Don't have Instagram on your phone? You can follow SCC online through Webstagram.
The SCC Fall Student Art Exhibition will be on display Nov. 19-Dec. 7 in the FAB gallery. 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. For more information, contact Christine Holtz.
SCC will celebrate Native American Heritage Month Nov. 27-29, in the auditorium of the Social Sciences Building. Scheduled events include:
See Native American Heritage Month for more information.
The SCC Music Department will hold a faculty music recital featuring Catherine Murray from
SCC Music Department's Winter Concert performances will be held Dec. 3-6 in the FAB Theater:
The concerts are free and open to the public.
SCC Young People's Theatre will present Irving Berlin's White Christmas at 7 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Dec. 14-15, and at 2 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Dec. 15-16, in the FAB Theater. Tickets are $8. Get your tickets online at www.stchastickets.com or call x8233.
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The 2012-13 Staff Training and Education Program (STEP) schedule is now available online. Deadlines for enrolling: Team Building, Nov. 26; dotCMS Open Workshop, Nov. 26; Civil Treatment for Employees, Dec. 3; Lunch & Learn Series: Budgeting and Saving, Dec. 10.
Academic Advising is taking student appointments. To schedule an appointment with a counselor, students can call 636-922-8241 or stop by the Academic Advising office, located in Room 1204 of the Administration Building. Office hours are 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday.
The last day to withdraw from 12/FA2 classes and receive a "W" is Tuesday, Nov. 20.
Student Activities will hold the next Chesbrough Chat: Conversations With the President from noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28, in the Private Dining Room in the Student Center. Students will have an opportunity to speak with the college's president, Dr. Chesbrough.
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):
SCC Foundation announced that scholarship applications for fall 2013 will be available online starting Dec. 1. The deadline for submitting scholarship applications is March 1, 2013. See Scholarships for more information.
Student Activities will hold a free seminar Stress, Anxiety and Coping from noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5, in the auditorium of the Social Sciences Building. Presented by KUTO (Kids Under Twenty One), the seminar helps students recognize stress as a natural and manageable reaction to physical and emotional distress, understand sources of stress and signals of onset, identify strategies to relieve stress and productive coping mechanisms, encourage a change in attitudes toward help-seeking / help-giving, and identify KUTO as resource and other community resources.
SCC is giving free SALT memberships to students and alumni. With SALT students can learn about finances, track student loans, receive deals and discounts, and search for jobs, internships and scholarships. Students can check CougarMail for the invite or visit www.saltmoney.org/stchas.
Check out the latest posts from our SCC bloggers:
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Deadline to submit items for the Dec. 3 issue is Wednesday, Nov. 28.