CONNECT event brings high school students, families to campus
Saturday’s CONNECT event brought more than 75 high school seniors and their families to campus for a series of activities focused on recruiting and registration.
This marked the third year in a row for the event, which is a partnership between the Office of Admission and the college’s Academic Advisors / Advising Center. CONNECT is designed to convert graduating high school seniors into registered Cincinnati State students, while giving them peace of mind by answering questions and introducing them to the College so they can relax and enjoy the summer.
Among the highlights of the event:
- Interim President Dr. Posey was on hand to welcome guests
Interim Provost Robbin Hoopes and FYE Department Chair Julie McLaughlin delivered an address entitled “How to Succeed in College.”
- Wesley Williams gave a thorough overview of Financial Aid
- Sharon Davis let everyone know about the variety of support services available to students.
- Dr. Andrea Leslie introduced three honors students, who described the benefits of the Honors Program and their personal experiences in it.
At least six other students volunteered their time to give campus tours and help serve the pizza lunch.
- Post-lunch breakout sessions found the new Cincinnati State freshmen hitting computer labs to register and practice using Surge Mail while parents attended a session with Sharon Davis on helping students succeed.
Special thanks go out to the 28 faculty and staff volunteers who came out to support the event and, of course, to the employees of the Enrollment and Student Development team.
Kroger Rewards Program can help Cincinnati State Foundation
Are you enrolled in the Kroger Community Rewards program? Last year, the Cincinnati State Foundation was provided $856.70 through the program.
At peak, we had 35 households that registered their Kroger rewards Card online at Kroger.com/communityrewards to benefit the Cincinnati State Foundation. Card holders are required to re-enroll each year. Currently there are 18 households that are registered and showing support for the Foundation.
The program automatically funnels donations to causes of the card-holder’s choice with every purchase using the Kroger Plus Card.
The Cincinnati State Foundation is asking the College community to help it increase support by registering your Kroger Plus Card at Kroger.com/communityrewards. The Cincinnati State Foundation NPO number is 16270.
Have questions? Doubts? Want to hear 10 good reasons to choose the Cincinnati State Foundation over some other worthy cause? Call Brittany Collins in the Office of Development at (513) 569-4699.
Don’t forget your Amazon shopping can help our Foundation too! Sign up to have your Amazon shopping benefit the Cincinnati State Foundation at smile.amazon.com. Same products, same price, same service, big help.
Trustees will meet Tuesday, May 24
The Cincinnati State Board of Trustees will meet in regular session at 3:45 p.m on Tuesday, May 24 in the Conference Center.
Here’s the agenda for the meeting:
Call to order
Sunshine law compliance announcement
Approval of the Proceedings of the Regular Meeting of April 26, 2016
Consideration of Items for Possible Addition to Agenda
Recognition for Outstanding Accomplishments
Consent Agenda for Recurring Items
- Personnel Report
- Facilities Report
- Environmental and Public Safety Department–Monthly Incident Reports
Amendment to the 403(b) Plan – Allowing Employer Contributions from the Employee Severance Plan
Resolution Regarding CCP Tuition Rate
Faculty Senate Report
Chairperson’s Report and Trustee Association Report
Next Meeting: Tuesday, June 28, 2016, 3:45 p.m., Conference Center
- Kroger Rewards Program can help Cincinnati State Foundation
- Trustees will meet Tuesday, May 24
- Memorial service planned for John Battistone
- Add the Hamilton County Fair to the discount list
- Trustees will meet Tuesday, May 24
- Guatemala Update
- CState family donates chemo bags to Children’s Hospital
- Supply Chain Career Development Center dedication is June 1
- 5K Blue Ribbon Child Abuse Walk
- Here’s proof that HR really loves you