- Student Life
- Student Services
MyCCAD: February 26, 2018
DATES & DEADLINES
Monday, Feb. 26 = Junior registration for Fall 2018 begins & Yoga class
Tuesday, Feb. 27 = Contracts and negotiation workshop & Red Wheelbarrow
Wednesday, Feb. 28 = Pizza with a Purpose, Extended deadline for the CCAD Creative Writing Contest, Orientation leader application deadline & International mentor application deadline
Thursday, March 1 = Lecture Series: Les Levine and Sarah Robayo Sheridan
Friday, March 2 = Shut up and Write Columbus
Saturday, March 3 = Lecture Series: Dushko Petrovich
Sunday, March 4 = Oscar Awards viewing party
Monday, March 5 = Yoga class & Our Book to Come
Tuesday, March 6 = Visiting Artist: Emily Spivack & Fishbowl interview
Wednesday, March 7 = Glass Club: One-on-One Student and Artist Work Time, Glass Club: Small Demonstrations & Glass Club: Artist Talk
Thursday, March 8 = Red Cross Blood Drive
Friday, March 9 = Shut Up and Write Columbus, Glass Club: Creating a Magnificent Piece & Cheetahs on campus
Sunday, March 11 = Midterm grades due
Monday, March 12 = Spring break
HEADS UP ON CONSTRUCTION THIS WEEK
JUNIORS, GET READY FOR REGISTRATION
Summer and Fall 2018 registration begins today for Juniors. Check out the list of dates to know below.
- Juniors (completed 60.0 – 89.9 credits)
- Registration begins Monday, Feb. 26
- Registration closes Friday, March 9
- Sophomores (completed 30.0 – 59.9 credits)
- Registration begins Monday, March 19
- Registration closes Friday, March 30
- Freshmen (completed 0 – 29.9 credits)
- Registration begins Monday, April 2
- Registration closes Friday, April 13
DON'T MISS BESTSELLING AUTHOR EMILY SPIVACK
New York Times bestselling author Emily Spivack will present a lecture will give a free talk at CCAD from11 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, March 6. The event is free and open to the public. Spivack is the author ofWorn Stories, a collection about clothing and memory; has served as an Artist-in-Residence for MoMA; and recently created an off-site installation for the Honolulu Museum of Art, Medium White Tee, which was a fulfillment of President Barack Obama’s stated fantasy to run a T-shirt shack that sold only medium-sized white tees as a respite from his nonstop decision-making.
AND SAVE THE DATE FOR BREE NEWSOME
Bree Newsome is a musician, filmmaker, and contemporary civil rights icon who first garnered national attention for climbing the flagpole at the South Carolina statehouse in 2015 and pulling down the Confederate flag as a protest against racist symbolism.
To kick off the Columbus International Film & Animation Festival (March 22 – 24), join us to hear her impassioned message about racial equality and for a discussion on how, with courage, zeal, and the support of others, ordinary people can make an extraordinary difference. The event is free and happening in the Canzani Center Auditorium at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, March 21. RSVP now to save your seat!
SAVE YOUR SEAT, SAVE SOME CASH AT THE FILM FEST
CCAD students, staff, and faculty get into the Columbus International Film & Animation Festival (March 22 – 24) for free. But only if you sign up for screenings at columbusfilmfestival.org. (You'll need your CCAD ID number handy.) On the day of the screening, entry will be $2. The lineup this year is rad. Check it out.
WANT TO HELP?
We need volunteers for the Columbus International Film & Animation Festival? Email email@example.com Friday, March 2, if you’re interested. Thanks in advance!
STUDENT PROGRESS ASSESSMENTS COMING IN MARCH
Student Progress Assessments are coming up! These assessments in the middle of your sophomore year provide an interactive review of your strengths, opportunities for improvement, and suggestions for growth at CCAD. This year’s assessments will take place on Tuesday, March 27, and Wednesday, March 28. More information coming soon.
AS IF YOU DIDN'T KNOW ALREADY
Spring break is just around the snow-covered corner. <finger snaps> Save the date for March 12 – 16. Classes will resume Monday, March 19.
SELECT NEXT YEAR'S ON-CAMPUS HOME
The time to select your place in Design Square Apartments for next year is just around the corner, happening March 22 – 27. Apartments are fully furnished and give you hassle-free access to campus around the clock. Living on campus is a great value with all-inclusive pricing for only the months you are taking classes. Go here to find the DSA housing application, a link to pay the housing deposit, and full details.
SEE FASHION ICONS FOR FREE AT THE WEX
Your CCAD ID gets you perks. Case in point: Using your CCAD student ID, you can get in free to the Todd Oldham and Michael Weiss in Conversation event at the Wex on Tuesday, March 6, at 7 p.m. You’ll also get free access to the Wex’s current exhibition, All Of Everything: Todd Oldham Fashion, which comprises a survey of this fashion icon’s most important, irreverent, and deliciously designed garments.
SHOW YOUR CCAD PRIDE: APPLY TO BE AN ORIENTATION LEADER OR INTERNATIONAL MENTOR
YOU'RE A LIFESAVER
Or, well, you could be! Sign up today for the Red Cross Blood Drive, happening on Thursday, March 8, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Crane MPR.
RED WHEELBARROW DOES COMICS
Support the creative writing scene at CCAD and listen to comics read live at tomorrow’s edition of Red Wheelbarrow, featuring faculty talent, including Emi Gennis and Jeremy Stoll, as well as student writers Mary-Meegan Costello, Royal Dunlap, and James Herth. The readings start at 6:30 p.m. in Canzani Screening Room Tuesday, Feb. 27.
THE ENVELOPE PLEASE...
Come watch the Oscars live! Presented by the Student Programming Board, this party is where you can don your fanciest-red-carpet-iest outfit, bring a snack to share, and compete in a game of predictions to see who receives the most wins of the evening (our winner gets an AMC gift card!). The fun starts at 7:30 p.m. in Crane MPR Sunday, March 4.
EAT PIZZA WITH A PURPOSE
At this week’s Pizza with a Purpose, 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Feb. 28, meet a member of Coca-Cola’s diversity and inclusion team. We’ll talk about the company’s inclusive practices and how it has become a leader in inclusive advertising. Plus, free pizza!
WE'RE NOT LION TAKE 2: CHEETAHS ON CAMPUS
Due to unforeseen circumstances, last week’s cheetah drawing event had to be postponed to Friday, March 9. Stop by the third floor of Crane between 1 and 2 p.m. to see these incredible cats in person.
THEY GET A HIGH FIVE
Congratulations to Tyler Davis (Fine Arts, 2018) for being named a winner in the 2018 AICUO Excellence in the Visual Arts competition, and to the student designers featured in Columbus Alive newspaper for their work on the CCAD on Mars exhibit.
Name: Krim Berri
Major: Industrial Design
Class year: 2018
Favorite spot on campus: Battelle Hall
Last show you binge-watched: Sons of Anarchy
Favorite thing to do in Columbus: Riding with Columbus Riders. CR is a motorcycle group in Columbus.
Most played song on your playlist right now: That's How it Goes, Nipsey Hussle
Your time at CCAD in 3 emojis:
Current artist/designer crush: Successful women
Favorite thing about CCAD: So many talented people in one place and everyone gets along very well for the most part.
We want to hear from you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.