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Lakers Face Host Columbus State in Peach Belt Semis, Mar. 8
Be there on Saturday, Mar. 8 when the red-hot (14 straight wins) Clayton State Lakers (22-5 overall) play in the Peach Belt Conference Tournament host Columbus State in Columbus, Ga. Game time for the semifinal game is 4 p.m. at Columbus’ Lumpkin Center.
OWLS Interest Meeting, Mar. 19
On Mar. 19, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., in room UC 272 of the Baker Center, Organizing Women for Lifelong Success (OWLS) is holding an interest meeting to recruit members and officers.
The mission of OWLS is to provide programs incorporated with information and resources that will empower women to succeed in all areas of their lives. Upcoming OWLS events include an Economic Empowerment Seminar, The Vagina Monologues, Take Back The Night and monthly Wellness Wednesday's workshops.
Clayton State’s First-Year Writing Textbook Wants Your Essays and Art
The editors of the First-Year Writing textbook are seeking essays written for English 1101 and 1102 in the past year! The best essays will be selected for publication in our textbook, Connections: First-Year Writing @ Clayton State, 2014-2015.
Submit essays electronically, along with the permission form, to Dr. Mary Lamb: firstname.lastname@example.org, by Apr. 15. See http://www.clayton.edu/english/First-Year-Writing for the permission form and additional information.
And, there’s a Cover Art Contest as well! $150 CASH! The editors of the First-Year Writing textbook are looking for student art submissions. The winner will receive $150 cash and your art will be featured on the cover of the textbook, Connections: First-Year Writing @ Clayton State, 2014-2015.
The art should address the theme: “Connecting to community through writing.” Any medium accepted, as long as you can reproduce the file digitally in high resolution. Send your name, contact information, and entry to email@example.com, by Apr. 15. Contact Lamb if you have any questions.
2014 Recruitment Extended for F.I.R.S.T Step Peer Mentoring Program
The Office of Orientation & New Student Programs is still recruiting for 2014-2015 “F.I.R.S.T. Step Peer Mentors” - Fostering and Initiating Relationships for a Successful Transition.
The F.I.R.S.T. Step Peer Mentoring program promotes and supports academic success, social adjustment and development and retention for its first-year student participants. F.I.R.S.T. Step Peer Mentoring will welcome its third group of freshman students in fall 2014.
If you are interested in learning more about the program, please contact LaQuisha Hughley, Office of Orientation & New Student Programs: firstname.lastname@example.org or (678) 466-5443.
Applications are available in the Office of Orientation & New Student Programs (Edgewater Hall, Ste. 218)
The deadline to submit an application is Friday, Mar. 21 at 5 p.m.
Clayton State Switching Banking Services to SunTrust
In April 2014, Clayton State University will be switching its banking services from Wells Fargo to SunTrustbank. As a result, we will be switching to a SunTrust AMT in the James M. Baker University Center
Save the Date – Arbor Day at Clayton State, Apr. 25
It’s almost time for Clayton State’s annual “Trees Made Real” celebration -- Arbor Day. The date will be Friday, Apr. 25, with the celebration starting around 10:30 a.m. More information to come…
Clayton State Campus Mediation Tournament, Apr. 25
Mediation is a negotiation process in which the disputing parties are assisted by a neutral third-party — a mediator.
In fall of 2013, Clayton State University students won first place at the 2013 International Intercollegiate Mediation Tournament.
Help to continue that tradition and be part of the First Clayton State University Student Mediation Tournament, open to all Clayton State students.
Registration and training will be held on Mar. 21, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., in room T152 of the College of Business. The tournament will be held on Apr. 25, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., also in room T152 of College of Business.
Sponsored by the Center for Business and International Negotiation.
35th Annual Sickle Cell Road Race/Walk, Apr. 12
The 35th Annual Sickle Cell Road Race/Walk will be held on Saturday, Apr. 12, starting at 9 a.m. at Welcome All Park in College Park.
Hosted by South Fulton Running Partners, the 7K (that’s right, it’s a 7K, or approximately 4.35 miles) is the RRCA State Championship and will also include a 4K (just under 2.5 miles – they must like odd distances) walk and a race expo on Friday, Apr. 11 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Runners can use their times for placement in the 2014 Peachtree Road Race.
Register online at www.active.com or email email@example.com. For information, call (404) 755-1641.
Biology Seminar Speaker, Mar. 7
The next speaker to present at the Biology Seminar is Dr. Daniel Manvich, from the Department of Human Genetics at Emory University. The title of his talk is, "Inhibition of Norepinephrine Synthesis as a Potential Treatment for Cocaine Abuse." The talk will be Friday, Mar. 7, at 2:15 p.m. in LAB room 107.
CSTV Web Series Auditions, Mar. 7
CSTV is making a web series and is holding auditions for same on on Friday, Mar. 7, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Laker Lounge of the Student Activities Center.
What Are Your Summer Plans? Enter in Drawing for $50 Gift Card
We are just a few days away from spring break, but it is time to think about your summer enrollment plans. To help us plan for summer, please complete the five minute survey at the following link. https://claytonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0DMK15YUDjaILZj.
Your name will be placed in a drawing for one of five $50 gift cards to The Loch Shop if you complete the survey by Apr. 4, 2014.
Our Genealogy Group Annual Workshop, Mar. 8
Our Genealogy Group will hold its Annual All Day Workshop for Beginners on Saturday, Mar. 8, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This genealogy workshop for beginners is free, but you must RSVP quickly! Only the first 50 are guaranteed a seat. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be unable to accommodate those who do not RSVP.
The workshop will be held in the James M. Baker University Center at Clayton State University. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
This year’s workshop will include;
Dating photographs using hats and hair by Angela
Using the census by Selma and Vicki
Breaking brick walls by Trish
Genealogy databases at Clayton State University by archivist Rosemary Fischer
Research in the Library
The first half of the day we will have speakers, and after lunch we will head to the Clayton State University Library to utilize the free genealogy programs offered by the University. You will also learn which of these programs are available to use free at home via the University website.
This will be a "hands on workshop," so bring your laptop or tablets, bring anything you need help with, bring your files and notes, and most importantly, bring a friend. With your RSVP, please let us know what brick walls you are running up against in your research. We will assign someone to help you with your issue, and hopefully get it resolved by the end of the workshop.
About a week before the workshop we will email to you all the handouts to be used during the day. Print them out and bring them in, or just use them on your laptop or tablet during the day.
Clayton State Celebrates National History Day, Mar. 8
Established in 1974, National History Day is a year-long academic program for school-aged students across grades six to 12. The contest is designed to promote skills in literacy and historical research and each year nearly half a million students across the country participate in regional, state, and national-level competitions.
This year Clayton State University will be piloting a Regional National History Day Competition for the Metro Atlanta area. This event represents an important partnership with the National Archives at Atlanta and the Georgia Humanities Council. We are excited by the response that we have received and expect to host 130 middle and high school students on Saturday, Mar. 8.
The competition will begin around 9 a.m., (in the Lecture Hall, the Baker center, and Arts & Sciences) and run through lunch. The awards ceremony will be held in the SAC and three contestants from each category will advance to the State-level competition at Mercer University where Georgia’s representatives for the National History Day Finals at the University of Maryland, College Park in June will be determined.
This Regional Competition will be an annual event for Clayton State and we thank our many participants and volunteers for their efforts. Faculty from Humanities and Teacher Education and other academic professionals from the Metro Atlanta area will be serving as judges for the competition and many of our students from the Honors College and from our Middle Grades and Secondary History Education programs have volunteered to serve as well.
This year’s theme is Rights and Responsibilities in History and students will compete across five categories, including: Historical Paper, Documentary, Exhibit, Performance, and Website. At both the junior and senior levels, students may compete as individuals or as groups in each of these categories.
What Are You Doing For Spring Break? — Alternative Spring Break, Mar. 9 to Mar. 14
The Alternative Spring Break Volunteer program is an opportunity for students to engage in community-based service projects during the University’s designated Spring Break. This program was developed to an understanding and appreciation of the issues people of various communities encounter daily. Students return from the experience with a deeper understanding of volunteerism, community service and activism to help create change. The mission of all Clayton State University's Service Learning programs is to serve as a catalyst to move students on a continuum from being just “members of society” to “active citizens."
Riverdale, Georgia: Service Starts at Home – Sunday, Mar. 9 – Wednesday, Mar. 12
The Angkor Resource Center, Inc. (ARC) is an innovative multicultural social services center to assist the Asian and Latino community to adjust socially and economically by providing education, information, and developmental services. ARC is unique because they are the sole and leading advocate for Asian-American and Latino minority groups in south metro Atlanta who still remain to be the most under-served, overlooked, isolated, vulnerable and hard-to-reach residents. Volunteers will assist with various services including the monthly Healthy Senior Fair, tutoring middle/high school students and English Literacy and Citizenship Preparation Courses assistance. Bi-lingual skills are appreciated but not required. To register, log-in to Volgistics on the Campus Life webpage. Cost – Your Time and Talents
Tampa, Florida: Stop! Hammer Time! – Sunday, Mar. 9 – Friday, Mar. 14
Habitat for Humanity of Hillsborough County Florida mobilizes people to help neighbors by renovating and building homes, thereby improving and transforming families and communities. The ultimate goal of Habitat for Humanity of Hillsborough County is to eliminate substandard and poverty housing and homelessness from Hillsborough County. Volunteers will assist with new home construction in a Habitat community. Work may include roofing, building walls, painting and other general construction or destruction tasks. To register, bring cash, check or money order to the Campus Life office. Cost – Your Time & Talents & $200.
For additional information about the 2014 Alternative Spring Break, contact LaShanda Hardin at 678-466-5424 or email@example.com.
Outdoor Adventure – Upcoming March Trips
Fly over zip lines 200 feet above the gorge floor.
Destination: Banning Mills, Ga.
Date: Saturday, Mar. 22
Registration Deadline: Friday, Mar. 7
*Check Outdoor Adventure Website for Restrictions*
White Water Rafting the Chattahoochee
New to rafting or need an adventure break? Join Outdoor Adventure rafting the Chattahoochee River in Columbus, Ga. The Chattahoochee is manmade white water featuring class 3 and 4 rapids along with the largest rapid east of the Mississippi
Destination: Chattahoochee River
Date: Saturday, Mar. 29
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, Mar. 18, 2014
Outdoor Adventure has a great spring schedule planned, from hiking to skydiving there is something for everyone! Pick up a brochure located around campus or checkout the website at http://www.clayton.edu/recwell/Outdoor-Adventure/Trip-Information. To register for an Outdoor Adventure trip stop by the Front Desk of the Student Activities Center (SAC).
For more information, contact Outdoor Adventure at (678) 466-4972 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clayton State – Fayette Starting a Business Class, Mar. 14
SBDC’s popular “Starting a Business Class” will be held on Friday, Mar. 14, from 9 a.m. to noon, at Clayton State – Fayette,100 World Dr., Ste. 100, Peachtree City.
If you are considering starting a small business, this workshop is a crucial first step.
Topics for discussion include:
* traits of successful entrepreneurs
* market research
* legal structures for your business
* estimating start-up costs & cash flow projections
* financing alternatives
* business failure factors
* business planning
Since lack of planning is one of the top reasons new businesses fail, attending this comprehensive workshop may be one of the most important decisions you make prior to opening your business.
A detailed business start-up book, "How to Start A Business: A Guide for Georgia Entrepreneurs", and other handouts are provided.
Receive 50 percent off each additional person with the purchase of one registration at full price, $69. All registrations must be made at the same time in order to receive this discount. Current Clayton State students, faculty, and staff receive 50 percent off; contact Heather Chaney for the discount code. This discount cannot be combined or used with any other discount or coupon. For more information, please contact Chaney at (678) 466-5100 or email@example.com.
Register at https://www.georgiasbdc.org/subpage.aspx?page_name=view_classes&city=Morrow&searchMonths=6.
What’s Your Forte? Singer Auditions, Mar. 18, Mar. 25
Are you a singer? Come out and audition! Clayton State University’s Arts and Concert Management class is hosting an event where we will have local vocalists from Clayton State and local high schools show off their skill.
The winner will have the chance to make a music video, which will be produced by Clayton State film students. But this isn’t just about music. Performers are asked to bring canned goods to the event, and patrons will receive discounted admission if they bring a can.
So…give your TALENT, give your TIME, and give BACK to our community and school.
Sponsored by the Artist and Concert Management class on Mar. 18 and Mar. 25 in the Clayton State Theatre (room G-132 of the Arts and Sciences Building), from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Shawn David Young, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Music
Department of Visual & Performing Arts
Clayton State University
Spring 2014 Visiting Writers Reading Series, Mar. 20
The spring 2014 edition of the Visiting Writers Reading Series will be held on Thursday, Mar. 20 and will feature a day with Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie.
Tallie is a writer, educator, and performer who has been a featured speaker at universities, festivals and events throughout Europe and North America. She is the poetry editor of the literary magazine African Voices. Her work deals with silence, sexism and racism.
Tallie’s day at Clayton State will begin at 11:15 a.m., with a lecture in room UC 272 of the James M. Baker University Center. Tallie will be speaking on finding empowerment through writing and being an African American woman, mother, writer, and herbalist.
After lunch, she will give a poetry reading from 2:10 p.m. to 3:25 p.m., also in UC 272. The reading will take 20 minutes and will be followed by a Q&A and book signing.
From 3:35 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. she will visit Dr. Brigitte Byrd’s Advanced Poetry class and meet with students from that class.
More information about Tallie can be found at her author page: http://www.ekeretallie.com/.
Job and Graduate School Fair, Mar. 20
The Office of Career Services will present its annual Job and Graduate School Fair for Clayton State students and alumni on Thursday, Mar. 20, in the Student Activities Center, from noon to 3 p.m.
The Job and Graduate School Fair brings dozens of organizations and graduate schools to campus for the opportunity to network with current Clayton State University students and graduates. Prospective employers will have opportunities for full-time, part-time and internship opportunities and graduate schools will share information about their programs.
Career Services needs your assistance in marketing this event to all current students and alumni. Contact the Office of Career Services for information about attending organizations and how you can assist with their marketing efforts at (678) 466-5400.
Withdrawal Date Changed to Mar. 21
Due to the number of class days lost this semester as a result of inclement weather, midterm grades will now be posted in the DUCK by Mar. 17 at 5 p.m. The last day to withdrawal from a course and receive a grade of W has been changed from Mar. 7 to Mar. 21.
The revised academic calendar has been posted to the Clayton State website; http://www.clayton.edu/calendar.
Education Speaker Series, Mar. 24
The next installment of the Department of Teacher Education’s Education Speaker Series will be held on Monday, Mar. 24 from 5 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. (room TBA). This Education Session will feature Drs.Mari Roberts, Erica Dotson and Cindy Thompson.
ADHA President to Visit Clayton State, Mar. 26
American Dental Hygiene Association (ADHA) President Dr. Denise Bowers is scheduled to visit Clayton State Dental Hygiene students, staff and faculty while she is in the area attending the Hinman dental meeting on Wednesday, Mar. 26 at 2:30 p.m. The location is still to be determined.
Student Academic Conference, Mar. 28
The 2014 Student Academic Conference will be held on Friday, Mar. 28, from noon to 4 p.m. Students from all majors and disciplines may give a presentation in the form of a poster presentation, oral presentation, or performance (whether it’s musical, theater, poetry readings, etc.) reflecting their scholarly activity at Clayton State University.
Abstracts must be submitted by Feb. 28. For application instructions, please refer to the conference website: http://www.clayton.edu/Student-Academic-Conference.
There will be a keynote speaker from noon to 1 p.m. in room UC272 of the James M. Baker University Center. David Lowery is an American vocalist, songwriter and guitarist from San Antonio who received a B.A. in Mathematics from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1984. He formed the alternative rock band Camper Van Beethoven and rock band called Cracker. He has also worked as a financial analyst, and started his own studio, record company and publishing company. He is a producer at the Sound of Music Studios in Richmond, Va.
In 2007, Lowery was appointed as an advisor to the collective action www.ThePoint.com which evolved into the social deals site www.Groupon.com.
In 2011, he began teaching the economics and finance of the music business at the University of Georgia.
Recently, he has become an outspoken critic of Silicon Valley and its aggressive attacks on artists and other content creators. He has testified to Congress twice on behalf of artists.
Lowery will speak about “Creativity,” the theme for the conference.
Poster presentations will go from noon to 2 p.m., and oral presentations will be from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Judges will be needed for the various sessions and to decide best presentations for awards. Contact Dr. Scott Bailey if you would like to be a judge or your college rep on the ARC/SAC Committee.
Clayton State to Host 2014 Southeast African Model Union in November
Clayton State University is proud to announce that it will host the 18th Annual Southeast Model African Union from Nov. 6 to Nov. 8, 2014. Clayton State values this opportunity to give the students a highly engaging experience in dealing with international issues. If you are interested in learning more or participating in the SEMAU 2014, contact Dr. Augustine Ayuk at AugustineAyuk@mail.clayton.edu, (678) 466-4848.
Course/Instructor Evaluations- SESSION I ONLY
Please complete the course and instructor evaluations for SESSION I classes by Wednesday, Mar. 5 (the evaluation surveys will be available via both the SWAN and the DUCK beginning today). For each class you are taking, there is one online survey which combines the course and the instructor(s) questions. The evaluations give Clayton State University valuable feedback regarding the curriculum and the instruction that you receive. This survey data is used to improve courses, to evaluate the instructors, and to satisfy accreditation requirements.
Your instructor may set aside time for the evaluations. If no time is set aside, you should complete the evaluations on your own, using one of the following two methods:
· Log onto the SWAN portal, clicking the MY COURSES tab and locating the COURSE SURVEY channel. Your courses will be listed. Click on the course title to open the survey for that course.
· Log onto the SWAN, then go to the DUCK. You should see a message under the Course and Instructor Surveys section of the DUCK Message Portal containing a link to your evaluations. If you choose to complete the evaluations at a later time, you can always get to the DUCK Message Portal via the Personal Information menu.
In order for the survey to be complete you must enter a response to ALL required questions and click the SUBMIT button at the bottom of the survey. Please note, there is also an option to opt out of each evaluation by clicking on a button at the bottom of the survey. Students in SPRING SESSION I classes who do not complete the surveys will not be able to view their grades in those classes until Mar. 21.
The department heads and instructors only receive the summary data of the class’s comments after grades become final. Students’ names arenot connected in any way to the evaluations.
Priority Advising Period, Mar.3 to Mar. 28
We hope your semester is going well! Believe it or not, it is time to meet with your advisor and plan your summer and fall class schedules.
The priority advising period starts today and will continue through Mar. 28. During this time, advisors are more accessible, flexible, and have more time to talk with you. The goal is for all current students to be advised and have hold(s) released PRIOR to the registration period for summer/fall. The following information should be helpful as you prepare for your upcoming advising session.
Hours earned prior to current semester
1st Date to Register
Graduate Students & Seniors
90 + hrs.
March 31, 2014
60- 89 hrs.
April 1, 2014
April 2, 2014
April 3, 2014
Summer Transient Students
April 21, 2014
TAP & Senior Citizen Waivers
May 22, 2014 (Summer) August 13, 2013 (Fall)
Operation Study Ambassadors
- You have a MUST SEE ADVISOR hold placed on your account each semester before registration. Advising is required to ensure that students are following their curriculum requirements and have a direct point of contact to clarify university policies and procedures. This is also a time for advisors to check on your academic progress.
- You should be advised by an advisor in your major. All first-year students will be advised in the First-Year Advising & Retention Center. The name of your advisor is listed in the DUCK.
- You might have other holds that will prevent you from registering. Check the DUCK today to “VIEW HOLDS”, and contact the office listed to satisfy the requirements of each hold before registration.
- All professional academic advisors use an online scheduling system called AdvisorTrac to schedule advisement appointment tutoring.clayton.edu:8001/TracWeb40/Default.html. You should contact faculty advisors directly to determine their availability for advising.
- The summer and fall class schedules are available at apps.clayton.edu/courses/schedule. Since classrooms are still being assigned, and minor adjustments will be made to the schedule, please check again on Mar. 28 to view the final schedule.
- For additional information and links to specific advising offices go to www.clayton.edu/advising.
- The summer academic calendar is available at www.clayton.edu/calendar. The fall academic calendar will be posted within the next few weeks.
Would you like to assist other students by promoting studying?
Are you interested in giving back to the Clayton State community?
Do you support high academic achievement?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then being an Operation Study Ambassador is for you!
Operation Study is a university-wide initiative designed to re-invent the academic experience by establishing a campus culture that expects and supports high motivation and academic achievement of Clayton State students.
The overall purpose of Operation Study is to positively impact student retention and persistence toward degree completion.
To apply to become an Operation Study Ambassador please complete this Qualtrics Survey:
Recruitment for AmeriCorps 2014-2015 Team Happening Now
Love service and volunteering? Then apply to join the largest national network of people GETTING THINGS DONE for their communities!
AmeriCorps (pronounced "Ame-ri-core") is a national service program designed to connect Americans in intensive service to meet critical community needs in education, environment, public safety, disaster preparedness and other human needs.
What do the Clayton State University AmeriCorps Members Do?
· Clayton State University AmeriCorps Members champion issues in the Clayton County community and surrounding areas by participating in monthly service events and recruiting their fellow peers to get involved in community activism!
· AmeriCorps members serve 900 hours of community service over the course of 10 months (about 20 hours a week)
· AmeriCorps members spend 15 hours a week tutoring and mentoring local high school students.
· AmeriCorps members participate in the Alternative Service Trip Break Programs
· AmeriCorps members plan and facilitate the monthly AmeriCorps Service Cinema Series
To join the Clayton State University AmeriFamily, complete the 2014-2015 AmeriCorps application which is available for you to pick up now in the Department of Campus Life, located on the second floor of the Student Activities Center.
For more information or to download the AmeriCorps Application packet online, check out our website; http://www.clayton.edu/campus-life/Service-Learning/AmeriCorps or contact Jennifer Welch at (678) 466-5462 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. J. Micheal Crafton Named Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at University of West Georgia
Clayton State University Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. J. Micheal Crafton has been named the next Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of West Georgia.
“We will miss Dr. Crafton greatly, even as we wish him the best with our colleagues in Carrollton,” says Clayton State President Dr. Thomas Hynes. “Professionally, he has been a model leader. He has created the conditions in which a sense of urgency for actions has been consistent with shared and collaborative approaches to change. His leadership in many areas, such as strategic planning, enrollment management, Complete College Georgia, community engagement, to name but a few, has been exemplary. He brings perspective, intelligence, integrity, and good humor to academic affairs, and to the entire university.
“From a personal perspective, I have worked together with Micheal on academic projects at many levels since 1997. The foundation he has helped us establish here at Clayton State in academic affairs guarantees nothing but success for learning here in the future.”
“I have mixed emotions about this job change,” says Crafton. “I am happy not to drive 200 miles a day, but I am sad to not be on campus; I am happy to take on the exciting new challenges of West Georgia under President Marrero, but I am sad to leave the many, many projects and plans that many of us have concocted over the past five years and that have so much more possibilities; I am very happy to get back to my home institution and just my home; but I will be very sad to say good bye to so many people here who have made Clayton State a second home.
“The generosity of spirit here at Clayton State is profound; I cannot say enough about it.”
Thank you to those who were able to attend our Open Meetings for our QEP, PACE!
The presentation file from those sessions is posted to our ***NEW PACE website*** www.clayton.edu/pace (bookmark that as it is growing daily!) under “Presentations”
Please contact Dr. Antoinette Miller (QEP Steering Committee Chair) if you have additional questions regarding Partnering Academics and Community Engagement (PACE) at email@example.com.
Baker Center Wells Fargo ATM Removed – Here are Your Options
The Wells Fargo ATM in the James M. Baker University Center had been removed earlier than scheduled. We plan to have a replacement ATM installed as soon as possible.
In the interim, if you need cash immediately then please follow these options below:
1. There are two Higher One ATMs on campus (foreign ATM charges may apply):
o On the first floor of the Baker University Center, outside the LakerCard Center
o On the first floor of Edgewater Hall, adjacent to the vending machines
2. Checks made payable to “CASH” may be cashed at the Bursar’s Office for up to $50. See other requirements at http://www.clayton.edu/bursar/Important-Registration-Information
3. There are two Wells Fargo branch locations near campus:
a. 6389 Jonesboro Rd., Morrow, Ga. (approximately one mile south of campus)
b. 1893 Mt. Zion Rd, Morrow, Ga. (approximately three miles from campus near Barnes & Noble)
Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you have any question(s) and/or require additional information, please contact Donal Christian assistant vice president/controller at (678) 466-4273.
Applications Now Being Accepted for Women’s Forum Scholarships
Clayton State Women’s Forum announces that applications are now being accepted for 2014 Scholarships.
The General Student Scholarship is for undergraduate female students who have completed at least one semester at Clayton State, have at least two semesters remaining before graduation, and have an overall GPA of at least 2.8. The Staff Member Scholarship is for full-time regular, non-faculty female employees who are enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program. The application deadline for both scholarships is Monday, Mar. 25, 2014.
Women’s Forum also offers a Student Success Emergency Scholarship for a student who is near graduation and experiences a sudden emergency that would prevent her from continuing her progression toward degree completion. Applications for this scholarship are accepted throughout the year.
For more information about eligibility and the application process, go to http://www.clayton.edu/womens-forum/Scholarships.
Auxiliary Services Hours During Spring Break 2014
Auxiliary Services will have the following operating hours during Spring Break (Mar. 10 to Mar. 14, 2014)
- Loch Shop Mon-Thurs: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
- LakerCard Center Mon-Thurs: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
- Dining Services
o Lakeside Dining Hall Closing at 2 p.m., Friday, Mar. 7
Reopens at 7:30 a.m., Monday, Mar. 17
o SubConnection Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
8-10 a.m.: Jazzman’s coffee, pastries, and breakfast biscuits
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.: SubConnection sandwiches/salads and Jazzman’s coffee
o Jazzman’s CLOSED (Coffee available all day at SubConnection)
o Pizza Hut CLOSED
o Sandella’s CLOSED, re-opens Sunday, Mar. 16 at 4:30 p.m.
Regular Hours resume Monday, Mar. 17
Loch Shop Hours
LakerCard Center Hours
Dining Services Hours