Late Registration for Spring 2013 Begins, Dec. 10
Late registration for the spring 2013 semester will begin Monday, Dec. 10, at 12:01 a.m., for students whose classes were dropped for nonpayment or for students who did not previously register for spring classes. The $100 late fee will apply at that time.
Loch Shop’s Stuck on Campus Sale, Dec. 10 to Dec. 21
The Loch Shop will be having its annual “Stuck On Campus” sale, starting on Monday, Dec. 10 and running through Friday, Dec. 21.
Included in the same will be such bargains as limited edition Clayton State University Christmas ornaments for $9.99, Buy 2 Bargain Books, get one free (of equal or lesser value), as well as deep discounts on the most popular authors in the tradebook section.
Finish your holiday shopping with great deals, free gift wrapping, no parking hassles and plenty of Laker Pride.
Rented Textbook Due Back to The Loch Shop, Dec. 10
The Loch Shop would like to thank all the students who rented textbooks for fall semester 2012. As a reminder, these books are due back by 5 p.m., on Monday, Dec. 10. For your convenience, the return date is scheduled after the last day for finals. Due to contractual arrangements with the rental book provider, The Loch Shop cannot accept late returns.
Spivey Hall Young People’s Concert, Dec. 12
Clayton State University’s world-famous Spivey Hall will be celebrating the 2012 holiday season with five special daytime Young People’s Concerts; starting on Monday, Nov. 19 and concluding on Wednesday, Dec. 12. All five concerts start at 11:15 a.m., in Spivey Hall on the Clayton State campus in Morrow.
Spivey Hall’s daytime Young People’s Concerts are an excellent opportunity for dreams to be made real, and for only $2 per person. Reservations can be made by calling (678) 466-4481.
On Wednesday, Dec. 12, Spivey Hall’s own Albert Schweitzer Memorial pipe organ, and organist Steven Wooddell, will take center stage for a holiday pipe organ concert. The magnificent Albert Schweitzer Memorial pipe organ is the crowning centerpiece of Spivey Hall. Built by the Fratelli Ruffatti of Padua, Italy, the 4,413-pipe organ is just as beautiful to hear as it is to see. Wooddell will demonstrate the amazing range of the instrument with a variety of traditional and contemporary seasonal music sure to put you in the holiday spirit.
SAC Fitness Center Locker Clean Out, Dec. 12
For those patrons who are renting locker at the SAC Fitness Center, you have until Dec. 12, (8 p.m.) to clean out your locker. Any locks remaining after that date will be cut and the contents will be stored for 30 days. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity. All contents must be removed for the duration of winter break. We apologize in advance for the inconvenience.
Locker renewals will be available Jan.2, 2013. Please renew early for best selection. For more information, please contact Brandon Marshall at BrandonMarshall@clayton.edu
or (678) 466-4976.
CE Certificate Program Graduation, Dec. 13
The Division of Continuing Education will hold its Fourth Certificate Program Graduation on Thursday, Dec. 13, 7 p.m., in Spivey Hall. Certificates will be awarded to all students who have successfully completed Certificate Programs during the second half of 2012. Light refreshments will be served following the ceremony.
CE will be awarding 75 Certificates of Program Completion. An expected 250 guests will celebrate with the graduates. Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Micheal Crafton will address the group, as will CE graduate, Stephanie Montgomery (Medical Coding Specialist Certificate Program) who will be sharing her success story.
Please RSVP by calling (678) 466-5050.
Course Credit Offered for Working in Student Media
Contact: Jennifer DeMond
It’s not too late to sign up to earn course credit for working on The Bent Tree, Clayton State internet Radio (CSiR), and Clayton State Television (CSTV).
The Visual and Performing Arts Department collaborates each semester with Clayton State’s Student Media Organizations to offer interested students the opportunity to earn credit for working with one of the three organizations.
Starting for spring semester students can select from one of five "tracks":
Photography for newspaper
This opportunity is open to any Clayton State University students and counts as an elective for most majors. Experience is not necessary, but encouraged. Course credit ranges from 1-4 hours.
Attendance at first meeting is MANDATORY. This meeting will be held on January 11 from noon to 2PM. Syllabi for the class will be handed out at the first organizational meeting.
Meetings for the Student Media organizations have not yet been determined for spring.
JOUR 3011 is for students interested in newswriting and photography.
JOUR 3012 is for students interested in radio production, television production, and editing.
For more information or to register, please contact Dr. Randy Clark, Assistant Professor of Communication Media Studies.
Please include your name, course number, number of hours, and which track you would like to take.
By email: email@example.com
. By phone: 678-466-4724.
Spring 2013 Intramural Sports Registration
Name of Sponsoring Unit: Department of Recreation and Wellness
Event/Meeting Date: January 7-11
Building/Location: SAC front desk or online at IMleagues.com/clayton
Start Time: All day
Online Information link: www.IMleagues.com/clayton
Contact Person: Christen Ruff
Phone Number: (678) 466-4973
The Department of Recreation and Wellness wants to announce our upcoming Intramural Sports leagues which will start January 2013. Our first round of sports will include 5v5 basketball, indoor soccer, and volleyball. There are leagues for all genders and talent levels. All students, faculty, and staff and encouraged to participate! To register, all you have to do is use your Clayton State email address to create an account and sign up a team at IMleagues.com/clayton which is the site used to host our Intramural sports leagues. If you have any questions please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (678) 466-4973
Donate a Textbook, Earn Study Bucks
The Office of Orientation & New Student programs need your help! Please consider helping other Clayton State students who might need some temporary assistance with textbooks. We are collecting textbooks from core classes taught at Clayton State for the upcoming fall 2013 BookSMART program.
Textbooks collected will be used to start a small book program, BookSMART (Success. Motivation, Academics, Retention, Transition) in which students can visit our office and utilize the books in-house to study in our Resource Center.
BookSMART will serve as a resource for students who may be experiencing temporary financial obstacles in securing core course textbooks (typically at the beginning of each semester), but desire to maintain their academic success in their courses.
Students who do not plan to sell their textbooks can drop off their books to our office, located in the Student Center, Ste. 218. Donate a book and earn Study Bucks (limited supply) for your donation!
Please make sure the book is in fair condition and can be used in core classes. Please contact Darius Thomas, programs assistant, at DariusThomas@clayton.edu
or (678) 466-5443.
Reserve Your Textbooks Using The Loch Shop Pre-Pack Plan, Through Dec. 21
The Loch Shop Pre-Pack Program is a free online service that allows you to reserve the books you need for the upcoming semester. You can save money by having first choice of used books; save time by letting us pull your books for you; skip lines by checking out through our dedicated pre-pack line.
Pre-Pack your textbooks, now through Friday, Dec. 21. To begin reserving your textbooks, click here: http://www.ishoplochshop.com/site_textbook_agreement.asp
Any questions? Feel free to contact us at email@example.com
or call (678) 466-4220.
Desire2Learn Replacing GeorgiaView in January
This coming spring, Clayton State University will move to Desire2Learn (D2L) as the new learning management system, replacing GeorgiaView. Faculty with classes starting in January 2013 will use this system to provide "anytime, anywhere" access to syllabi, readings, multi-media files, electronic dropboxes, online quizzes, email, grading, student progress reports, and project files.
To help make this transition an easy one for students, information and training is available.
The HUB and the Center for Instructional Development will conduct hourly seminars on Jan. 3 and Jan. 4 to help students become acquainted with the Desire2Learn environment. These seminars will be held in room L-200 in the Library. In addition, print and video tutorial can be viewed at the following website…
For additional information and questions please contact the HUB at ext. 4357.
Lakeside Dining Hall Fall Semester Closing and Commuter Meal Plans
The Lakeside Dining Hall will close for fall 2012 on Friday, Dec. 7 at 2 p.m. The Dining Hall will remain closed during the semester break and re-open for regular meal service at breakfast on Monday, Jan. 7, 2013.
Unused meals on Commuter and Faculty/Staff meal plans will carry forward to spring semester, along with unused Dining Dollars. (Remember that all meal plans close out at the end of spring semester and unused meals and Dining Dollars will be forfeited.)
The Loch Shop Launches New Custom Fan Shop; www.claytonstategear.com
Clayton State University Laker fans can now do all their holiday shopping on-line, with one easy click of the mouse.
Todd Smith, manager of the University’s Loch Shop, has announced the launch of www.claytonstategear.com
, the official online store for Clayton State Athletics devoted exclusively to selling Laker athletic gear. From Adidas to Under Armour, www.claytonstategear.com
has something for every Laker fan, while offering the ease of online purchasing.
“Our new custom fan shop, www.claytonstategear.com
, allows the Loch Shop to offer its customers a larger number of items than we have space to offer in our current bricks and mortar location,” notes Smith, who adds that The Loch Shop splits the proceeds from every sale with the Clayton State Athletics Department.
Jessica Valadez, the developer of the new site and college program manager for Advanced-Online, says that www.claytonstategear.com
should have between 300 to 500 products available online, and will continue to add new products throughout the year. She also promises to run monthly promotions (the current one is a gift with a $50 purchase) throughout the year as well.
ASK ME! Program…Volunteers needed for Spring Semester 2013
ASK ME is designed to help welcome newcomers and returning students to the University during the start of each semester. The program features welcome tents and student volunteers wearing bright orange “Ask Me!” T-shirts. Volunteers are positioned in high-traffic areas around the campus to welcome students, answer questions, and point people in the right direction.
Student volunteers will serve on the following days: Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 7, 2013, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Volunteers for ASK ME will earn $25 “Bookstore Bucks” for each four-hour shift (limit two shifts per volunteer).
To be eligible, a student must have earned at least 15 credit hours at Clayton State University, and must attend one of two 30-minute training sessions, held on Jan. 2, 2013 and Jan. 3, 2013. To sign up, contact Charnele Dobbins at firstname.lastname@example.org
by Friday, Dec. 14. Make sure to check your class schedule before selecting times to volunteer. For more information regarding this program, contact the Department of Campus Life at (678) 466-5433.
Bursar’s Office Closed for Staff Development, Dec. 14
The Bursar’s office will be closed on Friday, Dec. 14 for staff development. The Bursar’s office will resume regular business hours on Monday, Dec. 17.
Loch Shop and LakerCard Center Hours during Semester Break
Dec. 10 – 21, 2012
- Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Friday: 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
CLOSED – Dec. 22, 2012 – Jan. 1, 2013
Jan. 2, 2013
- 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
*Loch Shop and LakerCard Operating Hour for the Beginning of Spring 2013
Operating hours for the Loch Shop and LakerCard Center are available at:
- Loch Shop Hours
- LakerCard Hours
Dining Services Hours During Semester Break
Lakeside Dining Hall
- Last meal for Fall 2012: Lunch on Friday, Dec. 7
- CLOSED: Dec. 10 – Jan. 6
- Normal service resumes Monday, Jan. 7
Visit Holiday Operating Hours
for information about all retail units.
Financial Aid Book Money for Spring 2013
Financial Aid Book Money for Spring 2013 will be available January 3-17, 2013. After tuition, fees, and other expenses are covered, up to $1,000 of your unused aid will automatically be moved to your LakerCard for use in the Loch Shop. Funds are available to purchase anything in the Loch Shop. After January 17, unused Book Money is returned to your student account and refunded based on your selection through Higher One.
Financial Aid Meal Plan and Laptop Purchases for Spring 2013
Unused Financial Aid will be available January 3-17, 2013, to purchase Commuter Meal Plans and laptops in the Loch Shop. To purchase a commuter meal plan or request funds for a laptop, log into the SWAN and click the Essentials tab. From there, locate the Meal Plan Purchase or Laptop Purchase channels and follow the directions to submit your request. These channels will only be available January 3-17, 2013.
Loch Shop and LakerCard Operating Hours for the Beginning of Spring 2013
Operating hours for the Loch Shop and LakerCard Center are available at:
- Loch Shop Hours
- LakerCard Hours
Goldberg, Sellers, And Cyrus English Awards Submission Deadline, Feb. 1
Please see attached posters for additional information, qualifications and guidelines for submission. The submission deadline is Feb.1, 2013.
English Department Awards committee: Gwen Harold, Eugene Ngezem, Shannon Cochran, Margaret Fletcher, Robert Pfeiffer, and Brigitte Byrd.
CSU 2013 Goldberg Prize
CSU 2013 Sharon Sellers Awards
CSU 2013 Stanley Cyrus Awards in CRW