After the Flood, Clifton Campus looks for the light
Following the water line break that closed Clifton Campus for a week, much activity has taken place-- but relatively few members of the College community have witnessed the actions taken to re-start classes and services.
Daily News appreciates those who took a few moments to document and share on-campus scenes from the past several days, including the eerie darkness on the second floor of the Main Building when electrical power is off (above).
We invite others to send us your "memories" from the past week and/or photos of classes and services that are restarting in new locations after the disruption.
The flood caused by a broken water line in the fire suppression system was discovered early on Monday, Aug. 31. After a full day of pumping, a large amount of water remained in the boiler room and other portions of the Main Building.
Large fans helped clear the odor of diesel fuel from the Main Building.
After power was restored to the ATLC and HPB on Friday, Sep. 4, relocation of lab and classroom equipment could begin. Some work started on Monday, Sep. 7, and continued on Tuesday, Sep. 8.
Gail Quinlan and Ann Gunkel packed and moved carts of materials to their new locations.
Doug Bowling helped set up computer lab equipment.
Engineering faculty members Ron Singleton, Ralph Whaley, and Russ Campbell prepared to move specialized lab equipment from Main to new spaces.
Meanwhile, the Facilities team worked on adjusting wiring and installing temporary air conditioning equipment in the Health Professions Building, which was uncomfortably warm on Tuesday because the chillers for the HPB system are located in Main.
(Photos provided by Julie Rohling, Larry Feist, Ann Gunkel, and Tony Waite)
No-show reporting extended to Sep. 17; course withdrawals can be requested starting Sep. 10
Because some students were unable to attend classes during the past week, Fall No-Show reporting for full-semester classes has been extended.
- Instructors will receive the No-Show survey on Monday, Sep. 14 and reports will be due by 11 p.m. on Thursday, Sep. 17.
- Processing of No-Show reporting will take place on Friday, Sep. 18.
Students can drop classes with a 50% refund through end-of-day on Wednesday, Sep. 9.
The first day students can request withdrawal from a full-semester class (with no refund) is Thursday, Sep. 10.
Cashier's office is closed but payments will be processed
The Cashier's Office is closed this week; however, payments can be made in these ways:
- Drop off a payment in the Drop Box next to the Cashier's window on the ATLC second floor. The Drop Box is checked daily.
- Mail the payment to Cincinnati State College, Attn: Cashier Office, 3520 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223.
- Pay by credit card (a non-refundable service fee of 2.85% or a minimum of $3 will be charged).
- Pay by eCheck (no charge) - click to download the online payment steps.
For more information, send email to email@example.com or call (513) 569-1580, option #3.
Duplication and Mail deliveries re-routed
Duplication deliveries for Clifton Campus are continuing this week at the ATLC Dock. Faculty members or others expecting delivery of duplication for in-person courses should check with their Dean.
Starting today, USPS mail for the academic divisions on Clifton Campus will be sent to the Provost's Office for sorting and pick-up by a division representative. Faculty or staff members with questions should check with their Dean.
Overlook will reopen on Sep. 14
Kate's Catering will return to the Overlook Cafe on Monday, Sep. 14.
Starting on the 14th, food service will resume the previous schedule of Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Faculty: Look for Spring Starfish Progress Surveys
- Library Book Club March selection is "Peter Pan"
- Women's Empowerment Network celebrates International Women's Day & Women's History Month
- Online Learning Support for Mar. 8-12
- I-75 / I-74 Construction Update: Overnight ramp closure on Mar. 9
- Welcome, new Senior Lab Tech Karen Brinton
- LULAC scholarship deadline is Mar. 31
- Career Center is focus of Common Time on Mar. 8
- Overlook "specials of the week" for Mar. 8-11
- Faculty: Send Professional Development feedback by Mar. 8
- Tue. 3/9 - Provost's Academic Update
- Tue. 3/9 - Virtual Career & Co-op Job Fair
- Wed. 3/10 - Virtual College Info Session
- Thu. 3/11 - Virtual College Info Session
- Thu. 3/11 - Women's History Month Workshop: From RBG to AOC: Women in Political Leadership Roles
- Fri. 3/12 - Virtual College Info Session
- Mon. 3/15 - Virtual College Info Session
- Tue. 3/16 - Provost's Academic Update
- Wed. 3/17 - Virtual College Info Session
- Thu. 3/18 - Virtual College Info Session