JAN20
Financial Aid

AB540 students are welcome to come fill out the Dream Act application with one on one help. See attachment for the workshop schedule throughout spring.

Location: Financial Aid Resource Center Contact: Ulysses Valencia, (562)860-2451 ext.2397
JAN31
Financial Aid

Students will receive one on one help with filling out the FAFSA application. See attachment for the workshop schedule throughout the spring semester.

Location: Financial Aid Resource Center Contact: Ulysses Valencia, (562)860-2451 ext.2397
FEB1
Financial Aid

Students will receive information about the Financial Aid process and basics. See attachment for the workshop schedule throughout the spring semester.

Location: Financial Aid Resource Center Contact: Ulysses Valencia, (562)860-2451 ext.2397
FEB21
Financial Aid

Students will learn how to get the most out of their Financial Aid awards while budgeting and learning about loans. See attachment for the workshop schedule throughout the spring semester.

Location: Financial Aid Resource Center Contact: Ulysses Valencia, (562)860-2451 ext.2397
FEB23
Academic Affairs

Seminars on Feminism - Open to all Students! PHIL 201 Students will be presenting on Lorna Finlayson's "Introduction to Feminism" Instructor: Dr. Ted Stolze PHIL 201 - Contemporary Philosophy
Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays (Refer to schedule and topics in the link below) 
Dates: February 23 to March 30
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.

Location: SS 307 Contact: Ana Torres-Bower, X 2772
MAR24
School Relations

Cerritos College annual Senior Preview Day is just around the corner and we expect to host approximately 1,100 high school seniors this year! This open house is a lively exhibit fair where students will have time to stop at each booth to obtain information, inquire about programs, see demonstrations, and/or participate in an activity. Consider raising awareness of your program/department by hosting a booth from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, with setup at 8:30 am. Each booth rep will receive 1 free lunch voucher for Hot Dog on a Stick food, department sign, plastic table skirt, and a canopy. To register, please complete the online form by Friday, March 24, 2017.

Location: Cerritos College campus Contact: Shirley Arceo, Ext. 2129
MAR25
Student Activities

Please advise all your students of the upcoming deadline to file for the petition to graduate! Flyer attached.

Location: Admissions/Records Contact: Amna Jara, 2474
MAR30
Academic Affairs

Philosophy Student Conference on Global Warming Guest Speaker: Dr. Roy Scranton, University of Notre Dame Author of Learning to die in the Anthropocene Dr. Scranton will discuss with philosophy students the implications of the Anthropocene, a new epoch in Earth's geological history; an epoch characterized by the arrival of the human species as a geological force. The seminar will address the changes wrought by global warming and how it will affect not just the world's climate and biological diversity, but its very geology and not just for a few centuries, but for millennia.
Thursday, March 30, Student Conference: 9:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., Campus Community Presentation: 11 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Dr. Scranton will address the impact of the Anthropocene to humans and the planet to the campus community Join us! 

Location: LC 155 Contact: Ana Torres-Bower, 2772
MAR31
Humanities/Social Science

"Psychology Day" is an undergraduate research conference aimed at raising awareness of Psychology as a scientific discipline on Friday, March 31 from 7:30 am-12:30 pm at Cerritos College*. This event includes a series of guest speaker workshops, a student research poster session, and alumni roundtable discussions. It is a great opportunity to explore the field of Psychology as well as network with peers and faculty members. The schedule for the day is as follows: o 7:30 am Registration o 8:30-8:55 Welcome Address o 9:00-9:55 Student Research Poster Session o 10:00-10:55 Transfer/ Psychology Alumni Round Table Discussions o 11:00-11:55 Psychology Workshops with faculty o 12:00-12:30 Closing/ Presentation of Research Awards/ Assessment of Event *The conference schedule with exact room locations will be released as the event nears.

Location: Cerritos College (Rooms will be released in conference schedule emailed to all attendees) Contact: Jaclyn Ronquillo-Adachi, (562) 860-2451 ext 2763
MAR31
Human Resources

Social Justice through Inclusivity and Accessibility. Keynote Speaker Gaeir Dietrich, Director of the High Tech Training Unit for the California Community Colleges. Please register through FLEX Reporter http://www.cerritos.edu/registration
Friday, March 31, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Location: LC-155 Contact: Monica Acuna, 2285
APR3
ASCC

Education Without Borders is a student-led week of events hosted by the Cerritos College Dream Club, Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlan and Communities for Chicanos in Medicine to raise awareness about the challenges undocumented students face and the resources available to them on campus and within the community. Student Trustee Karen Patron is part of the organizing committee. An official flyer is underway.

Location: Varies Contact: ASCC, x2477
APR4
Academic Affairs

In celebration of the Cerritos College Women?s History Month 30th Anniversary, Dr. Kathryn E. Jeffery, President of Santa Monica College, will present on education, gender, and social justice to the Cerritos College community. Join us! Light refreshments will be served.

Location: LC 155 Contact: Ana Torres-Bower, 2772
APR4
Academic Affairs

Women and Religion (WS 102) students and Prof. Mariam Youssef will examine representations of women in eastern and western religious texts. Join us!

Location: SS 137 Contact: Ana Torres-Bower, X2772
APR5
President's Office

You are invited to attend the Health and Wellness Complex Groundbreaking on Wednesday, April 5 at 5 p.m. Please RSVP to Cheryl Thury at thury@cerritos.edu.

Location: Behind the Falcon Gymnasium Contact: Cheryl Thury, Extension 2206
APR6
Academic Affairs

Learn about opportunities and requirements to apply for Enterprise.

Location: LC217 Contact: Clara Ross-Jones, 562-860-2451 - Ext. 2356
APR6
Academic Affairs

Nearly 1 in 4 women have experienced violence by a spouse of boyfriend. 7 million children live in families in which severe partner violence occurred. On average, almost 500 women are raped or sexually assaulted each day in the United States. WS 101 - Issues for Women in American Society- students and instructor, Prof. Mariam Youssef, will examine these occurrences in the light of feminist theories. Join us!

Location: SS 14i Contact: Ana Torres-Bower, X2772
APR7
Senior Preview Day
8:30 am-12:30 pm
School Relations

Senior Preview Day, scheduled on Friday, April 7, 2017 from 8:30 am-12:30 pm, is an open house that highlights Cerritos College's beautiful campus, academic programs, CTE, student services, student life, and athletic programs designed for high school seniors. Attendees participate in a welcome rally, receive free lunch from a food truck, and entertainment is provided by Cerritos College's Music Department. Booths in Falcon Square provide valuable information and create an opportunity where prospective students engage with Cerritos College faculty, staff, and students.

Location: Cerritos College campus Contact: Shirley Arceo, 562-860-2451, Ext. 2129
APR8
Adult Education & Diversity Program

Adult Education and Diversity Programs Department in Partnership with Marco Antonio Firebaugh High School is hosting the AB540 Dreamers Conference. The conference is open to the whole community to raise awareness and educate the public on issues such as: California Dream Act, Assembly Bill 540, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)and, Immigration Legislation. There will also be a panel of AB540/Undocumented student's experience is higher education. Free Event. Everyone is Welcome! Saturday, April 8, 2017 8:00 am-1:00 pm

Location: Student Center Contact: Daryabuth Martinez, (562) 860-2451, Ext. 2518
APR8
Fine Arts & Communications

Come celebrate 60 years of excellence with fellow Talon Marks staff and alumni. We will have an afternoon meet & greet with tours of our new newsroom and journalism facilities followed by a Talon Marks Alumni Reunion Dinner with speakers, presentations and more. For more information about event, please visit our website.

Location: Cerritos College Student Center Contact: Alicia Edquist, 2617
APR11
Academic Affairs

Dr. Veronica Sanchez, professor of Psychology, will offer an analysis of Social Justice, Health Disparities and Vulnerable Populations. A group discussion will follow. This event is supported by Psychology, Philosophy, Gender Equality, and Compassion-in-Action student clubs. Join us!

Location: SS 137 Contact: Ana Torres-Bower, X2772
APR11
Academic Affairs

Dr. Kim Berling, professor of Philosophy and Women?s and Gender Studies departments will facilitate two seminars on the readings, ?Women and Religion?, and ?Religion as the Root of Sexism?. WS 109/PHIL 109 students will collaborate in group discussions. Dates of the seminars: Tuesday April 11th?and Thursday, April?13th, 2017. Join us!

Location: SS 312 Contact: Ana Torres-Bower, X2772
APR18
Academic Affairs

Faculty and students are invited to a presentation on "Politics of Gender Equality in Elementary Education" with Dr. Veronica Bloomfield, Ph.D. Chapman University, Adjunct Professor-CSULA, and Lynwood School District administrator. Join us! Your support is appreciated.

Location: SS 137 Contact: Ana Torres-Bower, X2772
APR27
Academic Affairs

Dr. Pauline Acosta, professor of Sociology, Women's and Gender Studies, and Kinesiology departments will host guest speaker, Ms. Elizabeth Toumajian, M.S. Kinesiology with emphasis in Exercise and Sport Psychology from the Orange County? Goodwill Fitness Center. Students from WS 103/KIN 103 (Women, Their Bodies, and Health) classes will participate in a group discussion after the guest presentation. Join us!

Location: SS 139 Contact: Ana Torres-Bower, X2772
APR29
Theatre & Film

This incredible musical was written and created to tell the history and evolution of the Blues music, how it began from African beats and rhythms and what is now known as "traditionals". Without the blues, there would be no modern Country & Western, Rhythm & Blues, Rock and Roll, Hip Hop or Rap. We are delighted to share this musical with some of the most famous and celebrated songs in the history of the Blues movement with our community.

Performances: Friday, April 28, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, April 29, at 8 p.m.
Thursday, May 4, at 8 p.m.
Friday, May 5, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, May 6, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, May 7, at 2 p.m.

Tickets:
Pre-sale:
$18 general
$15 senior (60+) (w/id)
$14 child (5-12)
*no children under 5 permitted.
At Door:
$20 general
$18 senior (60+) (w/id)
$15 child (5-12)
*no children under 5 permitted.

Location: Burnight Center Theatre Contact: Theatre, 2640
MAY5
Business Education

Please join us for our network with the American Association for Women in Community Colleges - South Coast Chapter VIII, Women Hold Up Half the Sky Conference! REGISTRATION IS NOW AVAILABLE. Our very own faculty member, David Betancourt will be our morning Keynote Speaker. Everyone is welcome to register campus wide. Full-time classified staff are eligible for Professional Growth Funds - forms are available online. To register, visit: http://www2.cccd.edu/aawcc/spring2017/

Location: Cerritos Sheraton Hotel Contact: Miriam Tolson, 2217

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