August 30 campus notes 08302012Presentation Transcript
Thursday, August 30, Thursday, August 2012 30, 2012SUCCESS VITAMIN
Graduation Ceremony September 14, 2012 Xavier’s Cintas Center See Student Records For More Info
Nursing Capping and Pinning Ceremony Wednesday, September 5, 2012 At: 7:00 PMPlace: Woodlawn Community Center Please see Student Records For RSVP information
Let it snow Let it snow oliday CD Let it snow Sign up in the library
Do you need help with any of the following?? Working with Files / Email / Printing / The Internet / Search Engines / E-College Issues / Mouse and Keyboard Navigation / Basic Computer Skills / Microsoft Office / Windows Basics and Other Applications Sign up room 107 Student Success Center Days: Wednesdays and Fridays Time: 2:00 P.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Thursday, August 30, 2012The 2012 Edition of Who’s Who Among Students inAmerican Universities and Colleges is now available in the Woodlawn Library! Congratulations to the BMC students who were nominated! Students whose names appear in this book may pick up their certificates in Academic Advising
Metro Bus PassesImportant information: NOW AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTSBeginning March 2012, Metro will nolonger issue monthly passes.The monthly pass will be replacedwith a 30 day pass.Bus pass is valid for unlimited ridesfor 30 days from the day of first use.Financial aid money must be on yourstudent account in order to chargeyour bus pass.Bus pass is non-refundable andirreplaceable, students are allowedonly one pass per course.Visit www.go-metro.com or call 513-621-4455 for bus schedules and rideinformation.
Vet Tech ClubThe shirts, hoodies, and pins arehere!!! They will be available atthe meeting.
Center Focus: Students, Faculty, and Staff Melanie Moon Early Childhood Education Legal Studies Practical Nursing Allied Health (including Medical Assisting, Pharmacy Technology, Surgical Technician, Health Care Administration) Jon Scharf First Quarter Studies General Education Classes iPad Champion Veterinary Technician Dee McGuire Accounting Audio Visual Production BusinessInformation Technology (including Biomedical Technology, Computer Networking/Database Office Management, Architectural Drafting) Professional Development Whatever your needs – our center focus is to help!
Computer labs are open onFriday and Saturday Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm Saturday 9:00am – 1:00pm
September is a holiday monthMake up day will be Wednesday September 12
Career Services Cindi Paolello Charlie King Sabina Contractor Senior CS Advisor Director of CS CS Advisor Angela Ellis Erica Okere Shannon Walters CS Advisor CS Advisor CS Advisor
Career Services Department Tuesday, August 28th 1:00pm-3:00pm Office Team Administrative & Accounting positions Reva Supports Direct Care Support Positions Pride Staff Administrative and Light Industrial Positions Professional Dress Required Let’s Get to Work!
Remember, it’s the lawSmokers must beaway from thedoors of any publicbuilding.
Dr. JAY DOUG SHANNON PRINCEAVENIDO YEAGER ZOZ ELLISAllied Health Audio Video Criminal Justice IT & Biomedical Production Legal Studies Equipment Technology Anisha SHELLEY NANCY JERRY Daniels BOSKO KILLEEN LINDAHL Business Early Childhood Veterinary General Technology Education Technology Education
Street Norwood ParkingParking isPermitted No Parking Street Parking is Permitted Norwood Campus No ParkingStudent Parking No Parking Staff Parking
Attention All StudentsWe need singers for The 11th Annual Holiday CD. Sign up sheets in both libraries Doug Yeager 513-672-1936
Are you registered tovote? If not, now is thetime to get registeredand perform your civicduty and register.If you have notregistered tovote, please stop byand see an AcademicAdvisor and completea Voter RegistrationForm.
This is a notice that the annual Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Crime and Security ActReport is currently available on the College’s website at:http://www.brownmackie.edu/cincinnati/student-consumer-information.aspxPaper copies of the Crime Report are available on campus in the Advising Office or by callingthe College at 513-771-2424.The annual Crime Report contains the following pertinent information:The Institute’s Safety and Security Policies; The procedures for reporting a crime; Security personnel at the Institute; Policies for preparing the annual crime report; Security and access to campus facilities; Campus law enforcement; Programs offered about campus security and the prevention of crime; Off-campus student organizations; Drug and alcohol policies; Sexual assault policies and the rights of victims; Information regarding registered sex offenders; Emergency Notification and Evacuation Policy; Fire Safety; Missing PersonThe crime statistics for the Institute’s Campus, Non-Campus Buildings and Public Property forcalendar years 2009, 2010 and 2011.
JERRY FAIRALL, DirectorBusiness Management, AccountingTechnology, Early ChildhoodEducation, Veterinary Technology, PracticalNursing, Allied Health, Surgical TechnologyGLENNA ABNEYStudent Success Center CoordinatorMIKE DAVISInformation Technology, Legal Studies,Audio/Video Production, Architectural Design& Drafting, Computer Networking, BiomedicalEquipment Technology