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Following are some of the upcoming events and programs for current CCM students, sponsored by the Office of Campus Life, various student services offices, student clubs and organizations, CCM performing arts (drama, dance, music), the CCM Planetarium and the Special Events Office. This listing is updated on a regular basis, so check back often.

Upcoming Events is maintained by the Office of Campus Life.
 
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   * CCM Event Participant's Hold Harmless Form (must be completed by all CCM bus trip participants)
 

Tickets NOW on Sale for the Thursday, April 23 Broadway Show Bus Trip: “On The Town”

  • Details: Come see why ON THE TOWN is on more Top 10 lists than any other musical this year! Featuring eye-popping sets and gorgeous costumes, ON THE TOWN has a ‘rapturous and red-blooded score” (Daily News) by Leonard Bernstein, one of America’s greatest composers, brilliantly played by a 28-piece orchestra – the biggest on Broadway.
  • Tickets: $20 CCM students (with Spring 2015 ID card), $25 Guest. Includes balcony seat and roundtrip bus transportation. On sale at the SCC Information Window starting Tuesday, March 24.
  • CCM Event Participant's Hold Harmless Form (must be completed by all CCM bus trip participants prior to the trip)
  • Time: Bus leaves CCM at 3:00 pm for the 7:00 pm show at the Lyric Theatre.
  • Sponsored by: The Office of Campus Life
     

 

Wednesday, April 1: The “CLU: Campus Life Update” Published

  • Details: The CLU provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes lectures, films, meetings, bus excursions, performing arts presentations (music, drama, dance), concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows, as well as the Titans' athletics schedule. Check it out! Look for copies of it in various distribution areas located throughout campus.

 

 

Wednesday, April 1: Deadline for Applying for August 2015 Graduation

  • Details: All students must submit an Application for Graduation prior to their final semester. If you are planning on graduating in August 2015, you must submit your application by April 1. 
  • Contact: For additional information please contact the Office of Records & Registration, Student Center Room 220 (Tel.# 973-328-5200)
 
 

Thursday, April 2SAPB’s "Open Mic"  (Note new time of event)

  • Details: Got talent? Show it off at this open mic event. Come as a performer or as an audience member, or both. Refreshments will be available. Sign up in advance at the Office of Campus Life in the Student Center.
  • Location: Student Center Lounge
  • Time:   2:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. (changed from 12:30 pm  –  2 pm)
  • Open to: all CCM students
  • Admission: Free
  • Sponsored by: The Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB)
 
 

Thursday, April 2NSE's Free Funplex Event

  • Details:  Free pizza and soda, as well as go-karts, bumper cars, laser tag and games.   
  • Location: The Funplex, East Hanover 
  • Time: 9:30 pm – 11:55 pm   
  • Open to: all CCM students. Join New Social Engine members and fellow CCM students at this annual fun event, with an open mind and a sober body.
  • Free - but a ticket is required for admission. Get your ticket from any NSE student leader on campus or at the Campus Life Information Window in the Student Center starting March 23.
  • Sponsored by: New Social Engine (NSE) 
 
 

Friday, April 3: CCM Closed

  • Details: CCM will be closed in observance of Good Friday.
 
 

Saturday, April 4: CCM Bus Trip to NYC’s Metropolitan Museum of Art: SOLD OUT!

  • Details: Visit the world famous Metropolitan Museum of Art, aka The Met. Trip includes roundtrip chartered bus transportation.
  • Tickets: $5 CCM Students, $10 Guests (up to three). SOLD OUT!
  • CCM Event Participant's Hold Harmless Form (must be completed by all CCM bus trip participants prior to the trip)
  • Time: Bus leaves CCM promptly at 9 a.m. and leaves NYC at 2 p.m. 
  • Co-sponsored by: the Visual Arts Department and the Office of Campus Life
 
 

Monday, April 6 through Friday, April 10: Academic Advisement Week

  • Details: Current students - take advantage of priority registration!  Attend your department’s advisement week session to obtain advisement clearance for fall 2015 registration. Get all the classes you want at the times you want them. Register early; pay your bill later.
  • Location & Time: Check schedule for times and locations. Click HERE for information on Advisement Week and a schedule of events.
  • Open to: all current students.
  • Coordinated by: CCM's Academic Advisement Office
 

Tuesday, April 7: Transferring After CCM? Drew University Visits CCM
  • Details: Start planning for your transfer after completing your CCM degree now. Stop by the Student Center and meet with a representative from Drew University (Madison, NJ). The admissions representative is prepared to discuss entrance requirements, scholarships, available majors, and campus information.
  • Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Location: Student Center Lobby


Tuesday, April 7: Student Government’s “Walking Pizza”

  • Details: What is SGA’s ‘Walking Pizza’? Come to the Sheffield Hall Alcove (outside of the Cohen Café entrance) and find out. Come enjoy a free slice while finding out some interesting information about student life at CCM. 
  • Time: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm (or until the pizza is gone)
  • Location: Sheffield Hall Alcove Area
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Student Government Association


Tuesday, April 7: Workshop: "NJ Transfer" 
  • Details: Are you planning to transfer to a New Jersey four-year college or university? Whether you are in your first or last semester stop by and learn more about the transfer process. Topics will include an overview of NJ Transfer and the State-Wide Transfer Agreement. Bring any and all questions that you have regarding the transfer process.
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 271 
  • Time: 12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: all students.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Transfer Services
 

Wednesday, April 8 – Saturday, April 11: CCM Performing Arts Musical: “Little Women

  • Details: The spring semester’s CCM Performing Arts Musical production is “Little Women”.
  • Time: 7:30 pm; Saturday Matinee at 2 pm .
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • Tickets: General Admission $15; CCM Students, Children under 12 yrs. and Seniors 62 yrs. and over: $10. On sale at the SCC Information Window, online and at the door.
  • Sponsored by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department (973-328-5427)
 
 
Thursday, April 9: PTK Blood Drive
  • Details: Phi Theta Kappa, in conjunction with the Community Blood Council of NJ and CCM Health Services, is sponsoring a “Blood Drive”. Please donate!
  • Location: Learning Resource Center's Multipurpose Room 
  • Time: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Open to: the CCM campus community
  • Sponsored by: PTK, CCM’s Honor Society 


Thursday, April 9: Active Minds Club’s “Free Massages”

  • Details: Final class projects and end-of-semester papers are right around the corner. The stress level is starting to build! CCM’s Active Minds Club is here to help by offering free massages.
  • Location: Student Center Lounge
  • Time:  12 pm – 2 pm
  • Open to: all students and it’s free!
  • Sponsored by: CCM Active Minds


Thursday, April 9: Transfer Information Session: Business Majors 
  • Details: This session will provide transfer information for CCM students majoring in business.
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 256
  • Time: 12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. (College Activity Hour).
  • Open to: all students (bur especially business majors)
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Transfer Services
 
 

Thursday, April 9: Volleyball Tournament Fundraiser

  • Details: Get a group of friends, acquaintances, fellow classmates, etc. together (6 players per team, plus one optional substitute), and come on out to play some volleyball. There will be snacks, drinks, music and more. Limited team slots available. Sign-up at the Student Center Information Window.
  • Location: H/PE Building (Gym)
  • Time: Practice starts at 5:00 p.m.; Games starts at 6:00 p.m.
  • Cost: $5 per player; $2 per spectator. All proceeds will go to Relay for Life.
  • Open to:  CCM campus community
  • Sponsored by: New Social Engine and the Biology and Chemistry Club
 
 

Friday, April 10: CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday, April 11: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 1 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday, April 11: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.


Tuesday, April 14:
Workshop: "Transfer 101
  • Details: Are you planning to transfer to a four-year college or university? Whether you are in your first or last semester stop by and learn more about the transfer process. Topics will include understanding the college search process, essay tips, the application process, an overview of NJ Transfer and the State-Wide Transfer Agreement. Bring any and all questions that you have regarding the transfer process.
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 271 
  • Time: 12:30 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: all students.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Transfer Services



Wednesday, April 15: Spring Semester Job Fair 

  • Details: CCM Students: need a job? Need a better job? Then come to CCM Job Fair. Full-time, part-time and summer positions. 
  • Location: Student Center Davidson Rooms
  • Time: 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Open to: all students.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education
 
 

Thursday, April 16: Transferring After CCM? College of St. Elizabeth Rep Visits CCM

  • Details: Start planning for your transfer after completing your CCM degree now. Stop by the Student Center and meet with an admission’s representative from the College of St. Elizabeth (Morristown, NJ). The representative is prepared to discuss entrance requirements, scholarships, available majors, and campus information.
  • Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Location: Student Center Lobby


Wednesday,
April 15: Presentation: "Anchors Away”
  • Details: Project Stay Gold, a student movement to abolish modern day slavery, presents “Anchors Away – Building Student Leadership to End Modern Day Slavery”. Project Stay Gold believes that education is an effective tool in the fight against human trafficking. Students empowering students to recognize the risk factors and warning signs of human trafficking is essential to preventing this crime. Project Stay Gold is launching school chapters referred to as “anchors”. Attend this evening of awareness and help launch this chapter initiative.
  • Time: 7:30 p.m.
  • Location: Student Center's Davidson Rooms
  • Open to all   
  • Sponsored by: Project Stay Gold. Co-sponsored by: The CCM Psychology Club and the CCM Criminal Justice Club
 
 

Thursday, April 16: Annual Health and Wellness Fair 

  • Details: Join us for a free healthy, fun-filled day with over 40 local health and wellness vendors participating.  Health screenings, information sharing, blood donation sign-ups, HIV testing, massages, raffles, giveaways, and much, much more!
  • Location: Student Center Davidson Rooms 234 A-D
  • Time: 10 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
  • Open to:  CCM campus community
  • Sponsored by: CCM Health Services
 
 

Thursday, April 16: GSL Presentation: “The Lenape and the Land”

  • Details: Survivalist and Eastern Native American expert Mike Davis, from Traditional Earth Skills, will speak on the topics of ‘zero waste’ and respect for our land, using the ideologies of the Lenapes and their lifestyle as an example as it relates to today’s environmental issues. These include climate change, overcrowded landfills and the lack of recycling and reusing.
  • Location: Student Center Plaza (rain site: LRC Multipurpose Room)
  • Time: 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: the CCM campus community
  • Sponsored by: The Green Student League (GSL)
 

Thursday, April 16
: Transfer Information Session: Education Majors 
  • Details: This session will provide transfer information for CCM students majoring in education.
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 269
  • Time: 12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. (College Activitity Hour).
  • Open to: all students (bur especially education majors)
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Transfer Services


Thursday, April 16: Workshop: “Alternatives for Anxiety
  • Details: Feeling overwhelmed and stressed? Find relief from common everyday anxiety that can rob you of your ability to focus, study and do well. Various techniques will be offered.   
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 160
  • Time: 2:00 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. 
  • Open to: all students. Students who are interested in attending can call the Counseling and Student Success Office at (973) 328-5140 to get more information.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Counseling and Student Success


Friday, April 17: Morris/Sussex Student Leadership Conference: "Spring Into Leadership"
 
  • Details: CCM student leaders are encouraged to attend this leadership training experience. This program includes: leadership training, networking opportunities, interactive breakout sessions, t-shirt, a continental breakfast, lunch and more. (Please note: participation is limited to 10 CCM students.)
  • Location: County College of Morris, Student Community Center
  • Time:  10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  
  • Open to: all student leaders from SCCC and CCM
  • Cost: Nothing – it’s free.
  • Register: at the Campus Life Office - SCC 226 - by Thursday, April 9. Space is limited.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Campus Life, the SCCC Campus Life Office and the Center for Prevention and Counseling.


Monday, April 20: Sigma Chi Eta Induction Ceremony 
  • Details: A reception for inductees and guests will be held immediately following the Sigma Chi Eta Honor Society Induction Ceremony .
  • Location: Student Center's Davidson Rooms
  • Time: 7:00 p.m.
  • By invitation
  • Sponsored by: The Alpha Omicron Chapter of Sigma Chi Eta, the Communication Honor Society


Tuesday, April 21 – Thursday, April 23: CCM Student Association Elections 
  • Details: The CCM Student Association will be holding online voting to elect students to elect students to serve on Student Government (Senate, Executive Board and Judicial Board), on the Student Activities Programming Board, and as the alumni representative to the CCM Board of Trustees.
  • Interested? Want to run for student office? Pick up your election packet at the Office of Campus Life, SCC 226.


Tuesday, April 21: Transferring After CCM? William Paterson Univ. Rep Visits CCM

  • Details: Start planning for your transfer after completing your CCM degree now. Stop by the alcove area outside of the Cohen Cafe and meet with an admission’s representative from William Paterson University (Wayne, NJ). The representative is prepared to discuss entrance requirements, scholarships, available majors, and campus information.
  • Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Location: Cohen Hall Café Alcove


Tuesday, April 21: SAPB’s Spring Picnic 2015 & Student Club Fair 
  • Details: Don’t miss the Student Activities Programming Board’s annual “Spring Picnic.” There will be free refreshments, ’freebies’, music, giveaways and more. And, here’s your chance to get more information about CCM’s many student clubs and organizations.
  • Location: Student Center Plaza  - between SCC and the LRC (Rain site: SCC Lounge)
  • Time: 11 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
  • Open to:  CCM students
  • FREE!
  • Sponsored by: The Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB)
 
 

Thursday, April 23: EOF’s 8th Annual "Tricky Tray Fundraiser”

  • Details: Help support the Educational Opportunity Fund’s Scholarship Fund:  take a chance (or two) to try to ‘win’ one of many great baskets of goodies.
  • Location: Student Center Lobby
  • Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Tickets: $1 each; $5 for six; $10 for 15. Winners will be contacted on Monday, April 27 and need not be present to win.
  • Open to: the CCM campus community
  • Sponsored by: The EOF Office, the EOF Community Advisory Board and the EOF Student Alliance 
 
 

Thursday, April 23: Broadway Show Bus Trip: “On The Town”

  • Details: Come see why ON THE TOWN is on more Top 10 lists than any other musical this year! Featuring eye-popping sets and gorgeous costumes, ON THE TOWN has a ‘rapturous and red-blooded score” (Daily News) by Leonard Bernstein, one of America’s greatest composers, brilliantly played by a 28-piece orchestra – the biggest on Broadway.
  • Show Synopsis: Join three sailors on 24-hour shore leave in New York as they are swept off their feet by three beautiful women for one amazing night ON THE TOWN!.
  • Tickets: $20 CCM students (with Spring 2015 ID card), $25 Guest. Includes balcony seat and roundtrip bus transportation. On sale at the SCC Information Window starting Tuesday, March 24.
  • CCM Event Participant's Hold Harmless Form (must be completed by all CCM bus trip participants prior to the trip)
  • Time: Bus leaves CCM at 3:00 pm for the 7:00 pm show at the Lyric Theatre.
  • Sponsored by: The Office of Campus Life
 
 
Tuesday, April 28: CCM’s 46th Annual CLADD
  • Details: The Campus Life Appreciation Dinner Dance recognizes the achievements of those CCM students involved in CCM’s campus life programs: student clubs and performing arts productions: drama, musicals and dance.
  • By invitation
  • Location: The Skylands, Randolph
  • Time: 6 pm. - 9:30 p.m. 
  • Sponsored by: The Office of Campus Life
 
 

Thursday, April 30: Presentation: "Send Silence Packing

  • Details: Send Silence Packing is an award winning exhibit of 1,100 donated backpacks of students whose lives were lost to suicide. The program is designed to raise awareness about the incidence and impact of suicide and to inspire action for suicide prevention.  
  • Time: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. (* 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Candlelight Vigil)
  • Location: Walkway/Lawn Area outside of the Student Community Center. (Inclement weather location: the Student Center Lounge and hallways)
  • Open to all   
  • Co-sponsored by: CCM Active Minds, Club the Office of Campus Life, CCM Counseling Services, and CCM Special Events
 

Thursday, April 30: Annual Fashion Show: “Couture in Bloom”
  • Details: CCM’s Fashion Club and the CCM Visual Arts Department/Design present its annual fashion show. You won’t want to miss this annual event.
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: SCC Davidson Rooms
  • Tickets: $TBD  - On sale in advance at the SCC Information Window and at the door.
  • Sponsored by: CCM Fashion Club and the CCM Visual Arts Department/Design


Thursday, April 30 – Saturday, May 2: CCM Drama Production: "The Devils"
  • Details: This semester’s CCM Shakespeare and Company’s production is “The Devils”.
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • Tickets:  General Admission $15; CCM Students, Alumni, Seniors 62 yrs. and over: $10. On sale at the SCC Information Window, at the door and online.
  • Sponsored by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department


Tuesday, May 5 – Monday, May 11: CCM’s Spring Final Exams
  • Details: The spring final exam schedule can be found HERE.
 
 

Friday, May 8: CCM Spring Music Concert

  • Details: With spring in the air, delight to the sound of music as presented by CCM’s concert choir and wind ensemble.
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • Tickets: Free Admission
  • Sponsored by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department (973-328-5427
 
 

Friday, May 8: CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday, May 9: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 1 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday, May 9: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.
 
 

Friday, May 22: CCM Commencement 2015

  • Details: Please click HERE for additional details about the graduation ceremony.
  • Location: Health and Physical Education Building - Gymnasium 
  • Time: 10 am sharp
  • Tickets are required  

 

Monday, May 25: Memorial Day - CCM Closed

  • Details: CCM will be closed on Memorial Day: CCM will be reopen for business and classes on Tuesday, May 26.
 
 

Sunday, June 21: Summer Begins! 

  • Details: Summer officially begins with the summer solstice. Yes! Summer! This season brings thoughts of days spent at the Shore and lazy days on the beach. Only 68 days until the fall semester begins at CCM.
 
 

Wednesday, July 1: Deadline for Applying for January 2016 Graduation

  • Details: All students must submit an Application for Graduation prior to their final semester. If you are planning on graduating in January 2016, you must submit your application by July 1 with the Office of Records and Registration. A non-refundable graduation fee is due upon submission of application. 
  • Contact: For additional information please contact the Office of Records & Registration, Student Center Room 220 (Tel.# 973-328-5200)
 
 

July & August: New Student Orientation Sessions

  • Details:  This is a special orientation program for new CCM students: full-time, part-time, transfer students. The “FYI: First Year Information” sessions will last approximately three hours and conclude with a barbecue picnic.
  • Dates: There are six orientation sessions from which to choose: July 28, 30, August 11, 13, 18, and 20.
  • Time:  The program starts at 9:30 am (check-in starts at 9 am)
  • Location: Student Center
  • Reservations: New students must register online in advance by following the instructions that they received by mail.
 
 

Monday, August 17: Fall Semester Textbooks Go On Sale at the Campus Store

  • Details: Fall 2015 textbooks will go sale starting Monday, August 17. Hurry in for best selection. Be sure you have your currently valid CCM student identification card. The store opens at 8:30 am.
  • Location: CCM Bookstore (aka Campus Store) in the Student Center


Friday, August 28: Fall Semester Starts
  • Details: Fall 2015 classes at CCM will start on Friday, August 28.



Monday, September 7: Labor Day - CCM Closed

  • Details: CCM will be closed on Labor Day: CCM will be reopen for business and classes on Tuesday, September 8.
 

Tuesday, September 15 through Thursday, Oct. 15: Hispanic Heritage Month

  • Details: Hispanic Heritage Month begins on the anniversary of independence for five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico declared its independence on September 16 and Chile on September 18. Hispanic Heritage Month continues through October 15.
  • Location: CCM’s Hispanic Heritage Month Country Flags will be displayed in the Student Community Center Lounge
 
 

Tuesday, September 22: SAPB’s Welcome Back Bash & Student Club Fair 

  • Details: Don’t miss the Student Activities Programming Board’s fall semester’s Welcome Back Bash. There will be free refreshments, music, and more. Here’s your chance to get more information about CCM’s numerous student clubs and organizations.
  • Location: The Student Center Plaza (between SCC and the LRC) 
  • Time: 11 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
  • Open to:  CCM students
  • FREE!
  • Sponsored by: The Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB)
 
 

Monday, October 12: Columbus Day – CCM Open

  • Details: CCM will be open on Columbus Day: offices will be open for business and classes will held.
 
 

Wednesday, October 14: Fall Semester Transfer Fair 

  • Details: Admissions representatives from several 4-year colleges and universities will be on campus to answer any transfer questions you might have. 
  • Location: Student Center Davidson Rooms
  • Time: 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  • Open to: all students.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Transfer Services
 
 

Tuesday, October 20: Fourth Annual De-Stress Fest & Mental Health Fair 

  • Details: Step into the 8th Dimension of Wellness. Attendees will learn and obtain fun and helpful techniques to assist them to achieve wellness by understanding how the eight dimensions of wellness can affect various aspects of one’s life. There will be: free activities; stretch and strength class; massages; giveaways; raffles for prizes; Reiki; Zumba and more! 
  • Location: The Student Center Davidson Rooms 
  • Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm (part of which falls during College Activity Hour: 12:30 - 1:45 pm)
  • Open to:  CCM campus community
  • Free admission
  • Sponsored by: The Office of Counseling Services and Student Success
 
 

Wednesday, October 21: Fall Semester Job Fair 

  • Details: CCM Students: need a job? Need a better job? Then come to CCM Job Fair. Employers will be there with full-time and part-time positions. 
  • Location: Student Center Davidson Rooms
  • Time: 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Open to: all students.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education


All event information is subject to change and/or cancellation. Please contact the sponsoring department for confirmation or further detail.

 



CLU: CAMPUS LIFE UPDATE
 
The CLU: Campus Life Update, designed to keep you "CLUed into" what is happening at CCM, is published by the Office of Campus Life every other Wednesday during the academic year, once during the summer sessions and once for new student orientation in July/August.
 
Here's the most recent CLU: Campus Life Update

       * April 1, 2015 
 
The CLU provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes lectures, films, meetings, bus excursions, performing arts presentations (music, drama, dance), concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows, as well as the Titans' athletics schedule. Check it out!



THE YOUNGTOWN EDITION

Here's the most recent issue of CCM's award winning student newspaper, which is published every other Wednesday during the academic year (Sept. - May) and once during the summer:  
 
    * March 25, 2015 


THE CCM STUDENT HANDBOOK

Here's this semester's CCM Student Handbook, which is published twice during the academic year (January and August):
 
 * Spring 2015



Performing Arts & Cultural Events
Spring 2015