You’re invited to attend the groundbreaking for the North Classroom Building on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at 9:30 a.m., on the main quad, at Central Campus.
Join us as the college breaks ground on the its new 154,100 square-foot facility, the largest building ever constructed in CPCC history.
The North Classroom building will be constructed in the space previously occupied by Kratt and will feature 23 classrooms, 29 computer classrooms, a 200-seat auditorium, laboratories, offices and more.
Don’t miss this special celebration with your peers, one of several inauguration events scheduled this week.
As a reminder, students are invited to attend the inauguration of CPCC’s fourth president, Dr. Kandi W. Deitemeyer, scheduled for Friday, November 3, 10:30 a.m. – noon in Halton Theater. Those attending the inauguration ceremony are encouraged to arrive at Halton by 10:15 a.m. to ensure they are seated prior to the procession of dignitaries, faculty and staff into the theater. Once the procession has entered, guests will be directed to the balcony or one of the overflow locations (Tate Hall and Pease Auditorium). If your instructor is planning on bringing your class to the inauguration, you will be directed to Pease Auditorium in the event you might need to leave at the end of your scheduled class time to exit without disturbing the ceremony.
For the sixth-consecutive year, CPCC is partnering with the Project Life Movement, a campus-based national marrow donor organization, to solicit new donors to the National Bone Marrow Registry List in
honor of Dr. Deitemeyer’s inauguration on Nov. 3.
CPCC and Project Life invite students to attend its upcoming Drive Thru Swabbing event, being held on CPCC’s Central Campus from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., on Nov. 1, in the Overcash Driveway.
CPCC-based student organizations, including Rotaract Club, Cytotechnology Student Association and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, are all partnering with CPCC Service-Learning/Student Life to play a key leadership role in this initiative which seeks to add 700 new donors to the National Bone Marrow Registry List.
During the event, participants will have the inside of their cheeks swabbed for a tissue sample and complete paperwork. The process will take no longer than 10 minutes. After completing the registration process, participants will not only be added to the National Bone Marrow Registry List, but also have the opportunity to enjoy a free lunch – provided by CPCC’s Baking & Pastry Arts students – sign a well wish card for Dr. Deitemeyer and win a variety of prizes.
Come out and be a part of the movement and help save a life!
CPCC’s partnership with Loaves & Fishes continues during Dr. Deitemeyer’s inauguration week when Loaves & Fishes sets up food barrels at each CPCC campus between Oct. 19 and Nov. 30. The CPCC community is invited to donate non-perishable items during this time.
If you’re not sure what to donate, visit the Loaves & Fishes Priority Needs List. All donated items will help feed individuals and families in need who are experiencing a short-term crisis by providing them with a week’s worth of nutritionally balanced groceries.
Thank you in advance for your generosity and helping a neighbor in need!
As you’re participating in the various Service-Learning events taking place in celebration of Dr. Deitemeyer’s upcoming inauguration on Nov. 3, don’t miss the opportunity to write her a well wish card. Staff will be on hand to direct you to the card signing table at each event where you’ll have the opportunity to write a personal message to her as she officially begins her tenure as CPCC’s fourth president. Completed cards will be displayed at the Inauguration Luncheon (which students are invited to!) on Nov. 3 for all to read! Thank you for participating!