Common Time Sep. 17 looks deeper into program data
During Common Time on Monday, Sep. 17, Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness Cody Loew will discuss the new Program Analysis Report that is currrently in development.
Common Time takes place from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in the Main Building Conference Center, and is open to all College employees.
If you can't attend in person, the presentation will be available via live streaming video at https://cincinnatistate.adobeconnect.com/cincinnatistate_events.
Cody will describe elements of the new reporting that will be available soon for all academic programs, including:
- Critical trends in student data such as headcount, credits earned, and credits completed
- Key Performance Indicators that are linked to national and state benchmarks
- Comprehensive student success rates that go beyond traditional 3-year graduation rates
- Student financial stability metrics such as student debt and financial aid
- New tools for examining data on course enrollment and grades
Scholarship Golf Classic is Monday
The 20th Cincinnati State 2018 Honors Scholarship Golf Classic is Monday, Sep. 17, at Western Hills Country Club.
Proceeds from this year’s scholarship fundraising event will benefit the Honors Program.
It's not too late to consider supporting the event by visiting the Country Club for lunch or dinner:
- Lunch (provided by First Watch) is $25 per person and is available from 11 a.m. to noon.
- Dinner is $50 per person. You may arrive between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. and join the golfers at the 19th Hole Reception, followed by dinner in the ballroom.
For more information, contact the Development Office (today!) at 569-4222.
Mentors needed for 2018-19 "Be Great" scholars
Cincinnati State's "Be Great" program invites College employees to serve as mentors to new students who have entered the College as "Be Great" scholars.
The "Be Great" program is a partnership that includes Cincinnati State, Cincinnati Public Schools, and the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative (CYC). If you’re not familiar with the partnership, you can learn more in Cincinnati State Daily News for April 19, 2017.
Students entering Cincinnati State with help from a “Be Great” grant receive financial support and other assistance, like mentoring.
The program goal is to match each new student with a volunteer mentor who will help the student succeed in their college experience.
New mentors must attend a training session (on Tuesday, Sep. 18, either from 4 to 5:30 p.m. or from 6 to 7:30 p.m.).
Mentors also are expected to attend a kick-off “meet and greet” for mentors and mentees on Thursday, Oct. 2, from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Ongoing mentor responsibilities include:
- Mentor 1 or 2 students during the semester.
- Stay in touch with your mentee, spending about 2 hours per month (or more) in person and/or through other forms of contact such as text messaging, email, or phone calls.
- Help your mentee with activities such as forming new relationships and building networks, setting and achieving goals, learning about Cincinnati State resources and CYC resources, and more.
- Take advantage of, and encourage your mentee to use, ongoing support that will be facilitated by the College Mentor Coordinator, Molly Burkhalter. Molly is a CYC staff member who is working part-time at Cincinnati State.
- Attend group celebration events that will occur periodically.
If you are interested in helping, please reply by filling out the online CYC Mentoring form at https://americamentors.mentorcliq.com/enroll/cincy-statecyc-mentoring-collaborative-%E2%80%9918-%E2%80%9919.
You will receive a reply from Molly Burkhalter with additional instructions and information.
If you have questions, you can reach Molly at (513) 612-8822 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can get in touch with Tammie Larkins in CState Admissions at email@example.com or (513) 569-1470.
Community involvement opportunity: Join CS "Warrior Run" team to support mental health education
Cincinnati State's Warrior Team is seeking participants for the annual Warrior Run: The Race for Life.
The 5K walk and 1-mile run event takes place Saturday, Oct. 6, starting at 5:15 p.m., in Mariemont, Ohio.
The event honors lives lost to suicide, and raises funds for 1N5.org, the James W. Miller Memorial Fund.
This non-profit organization, founded in 2008, provides funding for mental health education programs at Cincinnati State and several other Greater Cincinnati high schools, colleges, and universities.
Your participation in the Warrior Run directly benefits Cincinnati State students by bringing educational resources to campus to assist the 1-in-5 teens and adults who deal with mental illness, and to help those who are affected by mental illness of family members or friends.
To join or to donate to the Cincinnati State Warrior Team, go to the Cincinnati State Team page at http://getmeregistered.com/homepage.php?id=128996.
- You'll see buttons to "Donate" or "Join the team"
- On the team page, "College student" is defined as ages 17-23-- but anyone of any age can join the CState Warrior Team.
- If you're registering for the event, choose either the Adult 5K walk ($30 fee) or the Adult 1-mile run ($25 fee).
If you have questions, contact Warrior Team member Heather Hatchett (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Community involvement opportunity: Join CS "Walk to End Alzheimer's" team
The Cincinnati State “Remember Wins” team invites you to participate in the “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” on Saturday, Oct. 6, starting at 10 a.m. at Sawyer Point.
Students, faculty and staff members, and friends and family are welcome to join the team to help raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s research.
The Alzheimer’s Association, a nonprofit organization formed in 1980, provides care and support to individuals suffering with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, and is the largest nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research to find a cure for this devastating disease.
Funds raised by your participation will benefit all in the tri-state area and the Cincinnati State community who are touched by Alzheimer’s.
To join the "Remember Wins" team or make a donation in support of the Cincinnati State team, visit the team page at http://act.alz.org/goto/CincinnatiStateRememberWins.
There's no cost to register or participate, but if you're participating, please wear Cincinnati State attire.
For more information, contact "Remember Wins" team captain Jessica Loomis (email@example.com).
- Starfish training for faculty continues Sep. 25 - 27
- Construction affects access to ATLC lobby next week
- Accommodating student disabilities is topic of Sep. 26 workshops
- Health Benefits Info Sessions begin next week; Open Enrollment starts Oct. 4 at Benefits Fair
- Emergency funds for students available through Schell Foundation
- It's Constitution Day
- Community involvement opportunity: Join CS "Walk to End Alzheimer's" team
- Mentors needed for 2018-19 "Be Great" scholars
- Community involvement opportunity: Join CS "Warrior Run" team to support mental health education
- Common Time Sep. 17 looks deeper into program data
- Fri. 9/21 - Free Coffee Friday with Chef Jason Lafferty
- Tue. 9/25 - College Info Session
- Tue. 9/25 - Employee Health Benefits Info Session
- Tue. 9/25 - Starfish Training for Faculty
- Tue. 9/25 - Employee Workshop - De-escalating Disruptive Behaviors
- Tue. 9/25 - College Info Evening Session
- Wed. 9/26 - Employee Health Benefits Info Session
- Wed. 9/26 - Employee Workshop - The ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act: Context and Expectations
- Wed. 9/26 - Student Health & Wellness Fair
- Wed. 9/26 - Starfish Training for Faculty