Fall students must sign Personal Responsibility Statement
Cincinnati State students who will be enrolled in Fall classes must "sign" (via online acknowedgement) a Statement of Personal Responsibility that describes campus safety protocols.
The Statement will be provided to registered students today, July 15, via email from Provost Robbin Hoopes.
The Statement describes safety protocols in effect for Fall Semester, including:
- Not coming to campus if experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or in contact with someone with COVID-19
- Adhering to safety protocols that apply in classrooms, labs, support service offices, garages, and common areas on Cincinnati State campuses
- Complying with safety directives related to mandatory wearing of face coverings, maintaining social distancing, and other guidelines
Students will receive an email messsage from Provost Robbin Hoopes with a link to the Statement of Personal Responsibility, and will receive reminders if they do not complete the steps to acknowledge the statement.
Plans are being made for additional communications to ensure that all students are aware of the College's safety protocols.
The Personal Responsibility Statement was drafted and reviewed by members of the Academic Response Team.
This academic policy statement also was reviewed by the Academic Policy and Curriculum Committee (APCC) and the Safety and Wellness Response Team, and then recommended to the President's Executive Team for implementation.
Virtual "Education Summer Camp" open to all
Many organizations are continuing to offer programs that may be of interest to Cincinnati State faculty and other members of the College community.
During the week of July 20-27, Arizona State University is hosting "Learning (Hu)Man," a virtual experience described as "an experimental fusion of hands-on learning, storytelling, tech hacks, and the good kind of shenanigans."
The week-long event includes a variety of daily activities that provide:
- Opportunities to "push the creative envelope for how we serve students and advance learner success."
- Interactive experiences led by education and industry professionals to "examine best practices in learning design, edtech tools and development, and emergent thinking around the art of the possible."
- Focus on "enabling student success in all of its dimensions."
- CState adjunct instructor is Kentucky "Elected official of the year"
- Condolences to Elliott Ruther
- Brewing Science shares opportunities with a new poster
- Drive-By Health Fair for students on Sep. 23 & 24
- Kate's Catering at the Overlook is back (with Mac 'n Cheese, too)
- Joint Community Campaign pledge drive begins today
- Board of Trustees Meeting on Sep. 22
- Online Learning Support for Sep. 21-25
- ODS is open for accommodated testing starting Sep. 21
- Environmental students went fishing for water quality knowledge
- Thu. 9/24 - Drive-by Student Health Fair
- Fri. 9/25 - Virtual College Info Session
- Tue. 9/29 - Virtual College Info Session
- Wed. 9/30 - Virtual College Info Session
- Mon. 10/5 - Virtual College Info Session - Culinary & Food Science Bachelor's Degree
- Wed. 10/7 - Virtual College Info Session - Land Surveying Bachelor's Degree
- Mon. 11/2 - Virtual College Info Session - Culinary & Food Science Bachelor's Degree
- Wed. 11/4 - Virtual College Info Session - Land Surveying Bachelor's Degree
- Tue. 11/10 - CCP Virtual Orientation
- Tue. 12/8 - CCP Virtual Orientation