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Campus update for March 3, 2021

March 3, 2021

Time to pick a spot for next year

Housing selection for the 2021-22 school year will take place in early April.

To participate in housing selection, submit your housing application for fall 2021 before Monday, March 22, and create your roommate group by April 5.

Please take some time to housing information about living on campus. You will find videos about finding roommates and selecting second-year and TLA housing.

If you want to live on campus this summer, you also can apply online.


Looking ahead to fall study away programs

Study abroad summer programs have been canceled due to concerns for student safety and the unpredictability of travel conditions.

The focus now is on 2021-2022 programs, with the hope that access to COVID vaccines and the adoption of sound practices in the U.S. and around the world will make traveling abroad safer.

→ Registration is open for fall, January term and spring of the 2021-2022 academic year. Programs will remain open until rosters are full or the final deadline of May 10.


 

jacob washington '21

Washington '21 works to create ‘space’

Jacob Washington ‘21 is no stranger to planning large events on campus.

As president of the Black Student Union, he’s had to creatively plan events during the pandemic. That includes the Vigil for Lives Lost last fall, Black History Month, and the popular Soul Food Dinner last weekend. (more)

 

 


Today's updates

• Well-being labs have started for spring, beginning with "Reduce Stress with Effective Time Management" tomorrow. There are lots of topics and opportunities for learning something helpful, so look through the list.

• Prize deadlines: Business Plan Competition by noon March 8; Vázquez-Valarezo Poetry Award March 12; Geifman Prize March 12; and Dahl Leadership Scholarship March 19.

🎳 On a streak! The Vikings have won 15 consecutive matches and we wish them good luck at this weekend at North Central.

And over in track and field, Katrina Krebasch '22 is tearing it up. She has been CCIW field athlete of the week twice this year.

👍 To Forrest Hisey '19, a geography and political science major, for Bison Reintroduction as Reconciliation in Saskatchewan. He is a PhD student in the Department of Geography and Planning at the University of Toronto. 


 

sga gnome contest

The gnomes are waiting for your vote. These are only three of the many cleverly decorated little imps involved in the SGA contest. Also, there are still a few gnomes that haven't been found, so keep looking!