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COVID-19 Coronavirus Information

Posted on April 1, 2021 | Filed under Alerts

Visit the Allegheny COVID-19 website for the latest updates regarding Allegheny’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Admissions Is Hiring Student Summer Employees

Posted on May 13, 2021 | Filed under General News

The Admissions Office is looking to hire up to 10 students for summer 2021 for at least 20 hours per week. We work hard, but it is rewarding work as you get to connect with people starting on their college process. You should be a “people person” who is having a good experience at Allegheny. We are open from 8 a.m to 4 p.m. and we can be flexible setting your schedule Monday through Friday with an occasional Saturday and after hours shifts for virtual programs. Primary responsibility will be to admissions giving campus tours (rain or shine), assembling mailings, hand written outreach, participating in virtual information sessions, covering the front desk, answering phones, interacting with visitors during visits and programs, helping admission counselors prepare for fall travel and other tasks as they come up. This summer student workers will be asked to support programming run other offices on campus who want to include the student perspective. Important: Admissions has three weekday in-person programs (6/11, 7/16, 8/9), two remote weekday programs (6/23, 7/22 @5pm), and two Saturday in-person information sessions (6/26, 7/24 from 10AM-1PM) currently planned. We expect that student workers will plan to work on these days. If you have any questions, contact Suzyn-Elayne Soler, Application can be found by clicking here.

Summer Student Workers Needed for LITS

Posted on May 13, 2021 | Filed under General News

LITS is hiring students for positions over the summer. These positions are for the following areas: InfoDesk, Collection Maintenance (shelving & equipment), Resource Management / Archives, and Campus & Classroom Technology. If interested in a position please fill out this form to apply. The hours of work will be between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. until June 1 and then 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 1 through July 31. If you have any questions, please contact Kirsten Hauser, or (814) 332-2153.

For Employees

Posted on May 13, 2021 | Filed under General News

Every benefit-eligible employee must log into Employee Self Service and go through the Open Enrollment process – – even if you do not anticipate making any changes to your current enrollments. This must be completed by June 7.

Please Return Your Library Materials

Posted on May 13, 2021 | Filed under General News

Students: please remember to return books, equipment, and Interlibrary Loan materials before you leave campus for the summer.

Campus Center Relaxation Station: 5/14

Posted on May 13, 2021 | Filed under General News

Stop by the Campus Center Lobby today, Friday, May 14, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for stress relieving items including fidgeting gadgets, bendable figures, Bubble Wrap and more, as well as toothbrushes, dental floss, granola bars and tea, sponsored by the Wellness Committee. Be Well, Gators!

International Camp for Democratic Leadership

Posted on May 12, 2021 | Filed under General News

Allegheny students interested in the topics of democratic leadership and governance are invited to apply to participate in the International Camp for Democratic Leadership. The camp will run from July 1 – 8, 2021 using a virtual (Zoom) format, but 2021 participants will be well positioned to apply for an in-person version of the camp to be held in Crete in the summer of 2022. Students can learn more about the International Camp for Democratic Leadership here, and are also encouraged to contact Associate Provost Terry Bensel ( if they have questions or wish to apply for funding to offset the registration fee.

Agenda Items for Faculty Meeting Due by Monday: 5/17

Posted on May 12, 2021 | Filed under General News

Items to be included in the notice of the May 21 Faculty Meeting should be sent to Faculty Secretary Margaret Nelson ( by 9 a.m. on Monday, May 17. Please include electronic versions of any reports or documents associated with your agenda item, as well as suggested text for any announcement. For questions regarding potential inclusion of new business items or reports on this or future agendas, please contact Margaret Nelson or Brad Hersh, faculty moderator.

Spring Cleaning–Celebrate With the Electronic Music Club: 5/14

Posted on May 12, 2021 | Filed under General News

We did it! We made it to the end of the semester! Come celebrate with Electronic Music Club and their first ever “Spring Cleaning” Friday night, May 14, from 7 to 9 p.m. on the Gator Quad. This will be an informal event; come and go as you please. Artists featured include: Yung Orad (Chukuwuebuka Oradubanya); Midnight PB&J (Alex Hau, Noel Ouellette, and Noah Tart); and BKChapo (Anthony Baldeosingh) with other possible surprises.

Join the Campus Newspaper Staff for Fall 2021

Posted on May 12, 2021 | Filed under General News

Want to see your name published? Interested in creating podcasts, taking photos, or creating videos? Apply to join The Campus for fall 2021! Learn how to interview, write, edit, and layout a weekly newspaper in-print and online. Editorial positions are available in news, features, science/international, sports, as well as photo and video. The Campus is also seeking a social media manager. Please note that editorial positions’ responsibilities include: weekly writing, editing, layout, and posting online and on social media. Interested students should fill out a staff application by May 28. For more information, email Editors-in-Chief Ethan Woodfill at or Roman Hladio at

Global Health Studies End-Of-Year Celebration: 5/14

Posted on May 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

If you are a Global Health Studies major or minor, please attend our end-of-year celebration in the tent next to Murray Hall, on Friday, May 14, from 4 to 5 p.m. We will have cupcakes and air-high-fives to celebrate the end of a significant academic year for Global Health.

Italy EL Takes Over the Study Away Pop-In: 5/14

Posted on May 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

International Education invites you to a special takeover of the Study Away Pop-Ins this week with Professors Mark Cosdon and Shannan Mattiace sharing about their 2022 EL (Experiential Learning seminar): La Bella Figura: Italy Then and Now. Join on Friday, May 14, between 12:45 and 1:45 p.m. in Google Meet to learn more about the EL seminar planned for May 2022. This EL will visit Rome, Florence, Naples, Pompeii, Capri, and Amelia, and students will earn four academic credits from Allegheny. Link to join Pop In: or join by phone: +1 602-899-8181‬ PIN: ‪573 722 729‬#

International Senior Farewell Dinner: 5/15

Posted on May 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

All international students are invited to please join us for dinner at Murray Lawn on Saturday, May 15, between 6 and 8 p.m. to say farewell to the graduating international seniors. This is an opportunity for all international students to get to know one another before the semester comes to an end. Please sign up using this link.

2022 Summer Study Abroad EL Seminar: Vietnam,Cambodia, Laos (4 Credits)

Posted on May 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

EXL 594: “Wars & Waterways” Experiential Learning Study Abroad Seminar (Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos) (4 credits)
Faculty: Professors Ishita Sinha Roy (Communication) & Lauren French (Biology/Neuroscience)
Travel dates: May 12–June 5, 2022
Pre-Requisites: None.
Watch for information sessions with more details in fall 2021. An interdisciplinary investigation for four course credits into how historical wars and waterways have shaped contemporary Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos — previously “French Indochina.” Travel and discover the impact of past colonizations, ethnic conflicts and genocide, and U.S. invasions on the cultural and ecological health of these countries. Explore the centrality of water in local dragon mythologies, (post)colonial histories, cultural/religious traditions, farming/fishing economies, shifting topographies and wildlife, and global health challenges. Case studies on the shortage of potable water, China’s mega-damming of the Mekong river, and lingering groundwater contamination from Agent Orange, inform our investigation into potential new water wars in this region.

PreHealth Club Tabling: 5/14

Posted on May 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

AC PreHealth Club will be tabling on Friday, May 14, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Gator Quad. Everyone is welcome to stop by and learn what we’re all about, including what events we’ve done and how we’ve remained active this past year. We’ll also be giving out free hand sanitizers, tissues, condoms, and dental dams. We hope to see you then!

EMT Course Informational Session: 5/14

Posted on May 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

Are you interested in healthcare, EMS, or firefighting? Come to AERO’s EMT course informational session Friday, May 14, at 12:30 p.m. on Google Meet to find out more about the EMT course we are hosting next semester (Fall 2021). Email for more information or if you cannot make it.

Summer Work at Physical Plant

Posted on May 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

Physical Plant is currently hiring for summer students in the positions of campus crew and paint crew. These positions are open to Allegheny and non-Allegheny students who are enrolled full-time in college in the fall (Do not have to be Allegheny students, but Allegheny students are strongly encouraged to apply). Hours are limited and non-Allegheny students must show proof of vaccination (COVID) to the ACHA prior to starting work. Please contact Physical Plant at 332-5378 if you have any questions.

Student Summer Mail Handling

Posted on May 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

Please fill out this form to indicate your mail handling preferences for mail/packages received here this upcoming summer. Please do not ship any packages to your college address as there will be delays in forwarding these to you. Please cancel/change any food subscriptions as we are unable to store these items and forwarding during warm months will cause delays that will render them useless.

Graduate Mail Handling

Posted on May 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

Please change your mailing address for important mail such as IRS, credit cards, bank mail, graduate school, EZ-Pass, student loans, state driver/vehicle services, etc. Please fill out this form to indicate your forwarding information. Please note you will experience delays in receiving forwarded mail. We will forward USPS mail/packages through November 30, 2021, after this mail/packages will be returned to sender. Please do not ship any packages to your college address as there will be delays with forwarding. Please cancel/change any food subscriptions as we are unable to store these items and forwarding during warm months will cause delays that will render them useless.

Electronics Waste

Posted on May 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

Attention, Students! When packing and preparing for move out, please be aware that there will be electronics cages in the Campus Center Lobby and Brooks Lobby starting Thursday, May 13. These cages are for electronics that you no longer want or that do not work. (computers, microwaves, gaming systems). Please use these cages for these items and do not throw them in the dumpsters. If the cages are full, please place items beside the cage. Again these are for electronic waste only and these items should not be placed into a regular dumpster. If you have any questions, please call Physical Plant at 814-332-5378.

Commencement Update for Faculty and Staff

Posted on May 10, 2021 | Filed under General News

Over 310 students are currently scheduled to participate in the Commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2021 on May 22. Please see the Commencement website for up-to-date information on the ceremonies. To balance health and safety needs with celebration, we will be holding three separate Commencement ceremonies, at 9 a.m., 11:15 a.m., and 1:30 p.m. Because of limited capacity, faculty and staff are not expected and should not attend the ceremonies, so that we can stay within capacity limits and maximize seating for students and their families and loved ones. Faculty and staff who wish to do so are invited to watch the Commencement on livestream. However, we have planned a version of the All-College Reception that traditionally takes place immediately after Commencement. At 10:15 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 2:45 p.m., students and their guests will have the “opportunity to say goodbye to buildings and people.” Weather permitting, available faculty and staff should meet outside of their buildings, following physical distancing protocol. If we are forced inside due to weather, faculty should meet guests in classrooms (maintaining posted occupancy limits and physical distancing). Volunteers will be stationed at the entrances/exits to monitor the capacity for each building. We hope that this reception will provide everyone with the opportunity to spend a few special moments celebrating a very important occasion here at Allegheny College. We hope that faculty and staff will be able to participate in the All-College Reception, wearing academic regalia, so that students can have as much of the traditional Commencement experience as possible under the circumstances. Face coverings will be required at all times. This includes when taking photos. No physical contact is permitted — sorry, air hugs only.

Study Day Writing Consultations: 5/14

Posted on May 10, 2021 | Filed under General News

On Friday, May 14, from 10:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. the writing consultants will be offering consultations for study day. Please keep in mind that while the writing consultants are happy to offer you assistance on your final writing projects, they are not allowed to help you with take-home exams, as per the honor code. Please make sure to double-check with your professor if there is any confusion. Good luck with your last few days of classes and your final exams! To schedule a remote appointment, visit the Allegheny Writing and Speaking webpage here.

Textbook Donations Until Move Out

Posted on May 9, 2021 | Filed under General News

Donate your old course books and textbooks from Monday, May 10, to move out at drop off boxes at Residence Halls, Campus Center, Brooks, and the Library. Please include the course name and number on the inside cover. Books will be made available for semester-long requests in the fall on a first-come first-serve basis.

Worker Appreciation Thank You Notes

Posted on May 9, 2021 | Filed under General News

The Coalition for Labor is a student group committed to supporting workers at Allegheny College. We are collecting thank you notes to show our appreciation for the Parkhurst workers who cook our food and serve us every day. Especially with the circumstances of the pandemic, it is incredibly important that we show our gratitude for the hard work they do. In this form, you can write a thank you note to show your support. Here is the link. If you have any questions, you can contact Thank you for your support!

End of Spring Semester Airport Shuttle

Posted on May 6, 2021 | Filed under General News

The Office of Student Leadership & Involvement and ASG are sponsoring shuttle transportation from campus to Pittsburgh airport and Megabus on Saturday, May 15, Tuesday, May 18, and Friday, May 21. Reservations with non-refundable payment made by midnight May 13 for the May 15 and May 18 shuttles are $20. If space is available after the initial deadline the cost is $30. Reservations with non-refundable payment made by midnight May 18 for the May 21 shuttle are $20. If space is available after the initial deadline, the cost is $30. To view the airport shuttle schedule and to register, click here. Questions? Contact or call during business hours at 814-332-2754.

Pittsburgh International Literary Festival: 5/12-21

Posted on May 6, 2021 | Filed under General News

International Education wants you to mark your calendars for a 10-day event–the Pittsburgh International Literary Festival from May 12-21 that considers themes of migration, identity, and displacement with an emphasis on works in translation. Authors, translators, and other artists will come together for bilingual readings, conversations about the craft of translation, and conversations on intersection of translation and important social justice topics. Such topics include such as BIPOC representation in the ranks of translators, linguistic inclusion of the LGBTQIA+ community, and the politics of publishing, among other topics. For more information on the individual events and their registrations, please see their website here.

Parkhurst Marketing Intern

Posted on May 6, 2021 | Filed under General News

Parkhurst Dining is seeking a Marketing Intern for Fall Semester 2021. Job duties include assisting our Parkhurst team on campus with the development and implementation of strategic marketing initiatives aimed at creating exciting food experiences and showcasing our Parkhurst philosophy to the campus community. Experience managing social media pages and event planning is preferred. This is a paid position and not considered work study. Email your resume to to apply!

ASG Student Life Survey

Posted on May 4, 2021 | Filed under General News

We are reaching out to ask you to take time to complete the Student Life Survey that is administered by the Allegheny Student Government. The purpose of the survey is to collect student responses on experiences they have had throughout their Allegheny career. This data will be used to help improve resources such as academic support, counseling services, residence life, public safety and many others. Students are the most crucial part of Allegheny and it is important to us to continue improving all aspects of the Allegheny experience. You can find the survey here. It should take about 20 minutes to complete. If you have any questions or concerns please email Co-Directors of Student Affairs, Gena Pena at or Crystal Hernandez at Thank you in advance for your time and good luck with finals!

Seniors – Complete the FDS and Enter a Drawing to Win a $50 Visa Gift Card

Posted on May 3, 2021 | Filed under General News

Hello Seniors! Career Education and the College want to learn your plans for life beyond AC. The First Destination Survey is open and we want to hear from you. Complete the survey now and have your name entered in a drawing for one of four $50 Visa gift card. Winners will be announced during Senior Day celebrations on Friday, May 21. Complete the survey and enter the drawing today!

2021 Graduate Caps/Gowns

Posted on May 3, 2021 | Filed under General News

Caps and gowns are available for purchase in the Bookstore for students who are studying on campus this semester. The Bookstore hours are 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. weekdays open for those who are students, employees and only visitors who are registered with an escort such as Admissions. Remote students and January graduates may purchase their caps and gowns on the Bookstore website for shipping to their homes. Please note the website may only be used to purchase caps and gowns for shipping to off campus locations.

Student Immunization Records

Posted on May 3, 2021 | Filed under General News

Graduating students should be aware that their immunization records will be scanned and emailed to their Allegheny email address by July 31. Immunizations are a vital part of your medical history and should be retained in personal medical files. Students who need their records prior to July 31 for a valid reason should contact Winslow Health Center by phone (814) 332-4355 or email ( with their request.

Board Members: Treasurer and Co-PR

Posted on May 3, 2021 | Filed under General News

It’s that time of the year again where you have the chance to be a part of the A5 board! We’re looking for a new treasurer and a PR person to start training under Suzaine Pador next semester. Position descriptions are included in the application. Please email us at if you have any questions. For the application, click here.

Daily Chatter Week 10 Final Quiz

Posted on May 2, 2021 | Filed under General News

It’s a new Monday and time for the next Daily Chatter weekly quiz. The link to the quiz is here. Please complete by Monday, May 10, to be eligible for the prize. Ties for top score will be entered into a randomizer to decide the winner. We congratulate Jennifer Clay for being last week’s winner! This is the final quiz of the semester. On Monday, May 10, the winner of the Week 10 quiz will be announced as well as the grand prize winners for the whole semester. There will be first, second, and third place winners, determined by the total number of points accumulated over the semester. Like the weekly quizzes, if there are ties then they will be picked by randomizer. Information on the prizes will be announced this week on My Allegheny. Good luck to all of our participants! Read more…

Watch an AC Jazz Ensemble Virtual Performance

Posted on April 29, 2021 | Filed under General News

AC Jazz, a virtual ensemble this semester, performs “Minnie the Moocher.” Click here to watch the performance.

Open Call: Electronic Music Showcase Performers

Posted on April 28, 2021 | Filed under General News

The new Electronic Music Club is sponsoring an end of semester celebration/showcase on Friday, May 14, from 7 to 9 p.m. in Gator Quad (full details will be provided soon). If you have any experience with electronic music – from hip hop/freestyle, to house, to experimental, or anything in between – and are interested in performing for the event by yourself or in collaboration with others (or if you’re just curious about the club in general), contact Professor Douglas Jurs at by Monday, May 3, to express interest.

Apply for the Up Til Dawn Board

Posted on April 28, 2021 | Filed under General News

If you love kids and hate cancer our club is for you. As a club we raise funds and awareness for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital on campus and around Meadville. Follow us on instagram at @ac_uptildawn. If you’re interested in applying for the board please email Alexandra Downer for an application or with questions (

Loop Schedule Change for the Semester

Posted on April 28, 2021 | Filed under General News

For the next three weeks, the Loop will run only on Friday evening from 4 to 11 p.m. starting this Friday, April 30. (Loop service will end on May 14.) Students may ride the Loop or any CATA bus route for free simply by showing their student ID. For more information check out the CATA website.

Announcing the 2022 Experiential Learning Seminars

Posted on April 27, 2021 | Filed under General News

The International Education Office is excited to announce five ELs planned to offered in May 2022:
1. Grün, grüner, Deutschland? Sustainability in Germany Past and Present led by Professor Julia Ludewig and Kerstin Ams
2. La Bella Figura: Italy Now and Then led by Professor Mark Cosdon and Professor Shannon Mattiace
3. Poverty & Health: Social Issues in Belize led by Kirsten Peterson and Jim Fitch
4. Contemporary Art in New York City led by Professor Paula Burleigh and Professor Ian Thomas
5. A Melting Pot or an Unwelcoming Host? Spain and Norway in the Era of Globalization led by Professor Lydia Eckstein and Lucinda Morgan
Experiential Learning seminars (known as “ELs”) are led by Allegheny faculty and staff members and take place each year after the spring semester concludes. EL seminars provide students with a 2-to-3 week opportunity to study off-campus location while earning academic credit from Allegheny. Look out for more information about the 2022 ELs–information sessions will be held soon, and EL websites and applications will be made available in the near future.

Cancellation of MSID Kenya Sponsored Study Away Program

Posted on April 27, 2021 | Filed under General News

The International Education Offices wants to share the unfortunate news that the MSID study away program in Kenya has been permanently closed. This was an Allegheny sponsored semester study away program. Allegheny will continue to sponsor the semester study away programs offered by MSID in Ecuador and Senegal. If you are a student who had planned to apply to study in the future at the MSID Kenya program, please contact Lucinda Morgan ( in the International Education Office to talk about other program options.

Cheer Tryout for Fall 2021: 5/15

Posted on April 26, 2021 | Filed under General News

Cheer tryouts for the 2021 football season will be held on May 15. Experience is preferred, but is not necessary. To sign up to try out, please click here. More information will be sent after you sign up. For any questions, please email We are so excited to see you there!

Use Your Self Service Profile for Password Recovery

Posted on April 25, 2021 | Filed under General News

As we near the end of the semester, LITS would like to remind everyone to change your password ( once a year. Check your email regularly for reminders. If you cannot remember your old password, or you miss the deadline to change it, you do have the option to recover it via text or email message. To enable this, set up alternate contact information in Self Service ( LITS offers quick instructions on how to add an alternate phone number or email. Doing this will enable the password change page to send you a one-time code to get you back into your account. You can also visit the InfoDesk in Pelletier, or contact the InfoDesk at 814-332-3768 for assistance.

Interested in Wealth Management? We Have the Club for You

Posted on April 25, 2021 | Filed under General News

During the 2020-2021 school year, the Allegheny College Wealth Management Club was focused on gaining new members. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and travel restrictions in place, the club was unable to participate in many events, and instead turned to planning for the 2021-2022 school year. Current President Rachel Tobler ‘21 and Vice President Alex Abadi ’21 worked on spreading the news about the club, whose purpose is to provide a simple and clearer understanding of personalized finance and the instruments that it uses. Activities include attending CFA Society events, workshops on personal finance, and any other events members want to see involving investment and personal budgeting. At the end of the spring semester, the officers have been working with incoming President Morgan Libell ‘22 and Vice President Kevin Lee ‘23 to further increase membership and restart regular club meetings and events in the fall. Promotional campaigns, expansion of the board, and event planning have been the focus this year to get the Wealth Management Club running and successful in the fall of 2021! Are you interested? Please answer our survey here. Questions? Email Morgan or Kevin.

Hand Me Down Event: 5/15

Posted on April 21, 2021 | Filed under General News

Start planning for spring move-out 2021 by donating to a free store event that connects students to secondhand items previously-owned by Allegheny students. Donations fall into 1 of 4 categories: bathroom, kitchen, room decor and clothing. Hand me down has two event date: May 15 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. To donate, DM the Allegheny Sustainability Instagram photos of unwanted items in good condition (or email and we will advertise them on the page in preparation for the event (we have a vetting process for assessing cleanliness and damage to any items). On the day of the event, May 15, students will drop off approved items and from there others can shop around for items they might want. Any items remaining will be donated to IDEAS, Salvation Army, the Downtown Humane Society, Gator Give Back or Women’s Services.

Summer and 12-Month Housing

Posted on April 20, 2021 | Filed under General News

12-month and summer housing applications are available for sign-up in Housing Self-Service. For more detailed information please click here. To fill out an application please visit here.

Update on Viewing Class Year Restrictions for Fall 2021 Courses

Posted on April 19, 2021 | Filed under General News

We have received feedback from faculty and students that it is difficult to know on Self-Service which courses are restricted by class year; so, for example, FR/SO or SO/JR/SR. This is reasonable feedback and to help you, we have created a Google Sheet of all courses that have a class year restriction. You will need to be logged in via your Allegheny College e-mail to be able to view this file. This means you may need to open a private browsing or incognito window if you are on your phone or other device.

Creek Connections Virtual Student Research Symposium

Posted on April 18, 2021 | Filed under General News

Creek Connections is pleased to present our 2021 Virtual Student Research Symposium by clicking here. Students from schools working with Creek Connections have created projects to share – you can leave a comment! Our partner organizations have contributed activities and ecocareer exploration videos. If you are interested in a career in the sciences, conservation, or education then check out this section where you will learn about possible career paths. You will even recognize some Allegheny College faculty. Contributing organizations include Pennsylvania State Parks, County Conservation Districts, Allegheny County Park Rangers, Pittsburgh Student Conservation Association and many more! The symposium site will be active during Earth Week and for the rest of the semester.

Free Shuttles to COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

Posted on April 14, 2021 | Filed under General News

CATA will provide a free shuttle to Allegheny students to access the Meadville Medical Center COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the Peebles building at Park Avenue Plaza. The shuttle will depart every 30 minutes from Lord Gate on North Main Street. Students: please be prepared to show your Allegheny ID to the driver.

Friday, April 16
10:00AM – 1:00PM

Wednesday, April 21
6:00AM – 2:00PM

Friday, April 23
10:00AM – 1:00PM

Wednesday, April 28
6:00AM – 2:00PM

Friday, April 30
10:00AM – 1:00PM

Wednesday, May 5th
6:00AM – 2:00PM

Friday, May 7
10:00AM – 1:00PM

Wednesday, May 12
6:00AM – 2:00PM

Friday, May 14
10:00AM – 1:00PM

For students who need a ride outside of these shuttle times, they are welcome to use the CATA Red Route to get to the Downtown Mall for free using their student ID then transfer to the Green B for service to the Park Avenue Plaza. Red and Green routes operate as early as 7:00 a.m., Schedules are at, or plan a trip on Google Maps then select the transit option to show the schedules.

Fall Class–The Evolving Karamu House and Social Justice

Posted on April 12, 2021 | Filed under General News

TH 190–The Evolving Karamu House and Social Justice. A study of Black theatre and drama through the evolution of Cleveland’s Karamu House from the civil rights movement through the Black Arts Movement to today. Students investigate documentary plays on social justice and racial identities from Tamir Rice to Michael Brown. Artists including Charles Gilpin, Langston Hughes, Amiri Baraka, and Dael Orlandersmith are considered. This two-credit module two course has no prerequisites and will be taught by Professor Terrence Spivey.

Student Organization Storage for Upcoming Academic Year

Posted on April 11, 2021 | Filed under General News

Application for Student Organization Storage in the Campus Center for the 2021-2022 academic year will open on Wednesday, April 14, at 7 a.m. The application form will be available on the Student Leadership & Involvement website. There are 25 storage units, of various sizes, available for reservation.

New Course Added for Fall: Philosophy/Black Studies

Posted on April 8, 2021 | Filed under General News

Phil 275: Black American Thinkers; Fall semester, MW 4:10-5:25; Satisfies “Black Studies in the discipline” aspect for Black Studies minor; Satisfies “History” aspect for Philosophy major.
Phil 275: Black American Thinkers
An examination of selected works from the rich and complex tapestry of black American thought from David Walker (1830) to the present. Authors articulate conceptions of blackness, justice, and fair political order that stand in contrast to current conditions in the United States as well as recommending methods for resisting these conditions. Reponses to, and examination of, slavery and/or subsequent efforts to marginalize and control black women, men and youth are the primary focus of the course. Distribution: PD

Learn American Sign Language

Posted on April 4, 2021 | Filed under General News

The application here is available for enrollment in American Sign Language 1 in Fall 2021. This is a full 4 credit course that will meet once a week on Thursdays from 5:05 p.m. to 6:35 p.m. Please read the following information before deciding whether to apply to take ASL: Read more…