As the junior class council, we are dedicated to serving the class of 2015. We will research and undertake initiatives relating to campus life, funding, policy, and communication; as well as collaborate with the various parts of the College to program events that entertain, inspire, and address relevant issues. Our aim is to serve as a bridge between the class of 2015 and everything Columbia has to offer from free museum visits and alumni dinners to academic advising and career education. And, of course, our first priority will always be YOUR concerns and YOUR suggestions, as YOUR CCSC. Please feel free to reach out to any of the five council members and to drop by our class council meetings, which are on Thursdays from 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM in Broadway 120.
CCSC’15, ESC’15 and SGA’15 have partnered to put on the 2015 Class Formal at Hudson Terrace at Hudson Terrace. The tickets sold out for the event within 10 hours. This is guaranteed to be an amazing night for the sophomore class
CC 15!!! We’re giving away 400 FREE Columbia College 2015 Branded Notebooks on Friday, April 5th. Check out the event image to see what they look likeThese are soft-cover notebooks that can easily be stored in a jacket pocket, bag or purseUse yours to take notes, copy homework assignments, or to write down random ideas that will end up changing the worldTHESE ARE 100% FREE BECAUSE CCSC15 LOVES YOU GUYS!
Dear residents of Morningside Heights, We present to you, Columbia College’s first ever Hunger Games! CCSC 2015 is sending students to fight to the “death” in the fabled games of paintball and laser tag on March 28th and 29th. Your student council will be paying most of the price of admission, leaving paintball participants to pay $14 and laser tag participants $7. The victors will be awarded a feast,
SHIRT & PINNIE DISTRIBUTION WILL BE ON SATURDAY THE 9TH FROM 12-3PM AND SUNDAY THE 10th FROM 4:30-7:00PM IN LERNER – BROADWAY. Click See More to see all the FREE stuff you can get! CCSC15 will be giving out FREE Chipotle gift cards to CC15 students ESC15 will be raffling off FREE Engineering shirts to Engineering 15 students SGA15 will be raffling off a FREE gift certificate to Liz’s Place
On Tuesday, January 29th CCSC2015 partnered with Columbia International Relations Council and Association (CIRCA), Columbia Political Union (CPU), and Helvidius for a panel discussion on the implications of President Obama’s re-election. We were grateful to have two outstanding Columbia professors, Professor Richard Clarida and Professor Sharyn O’Halloran, sitting on the panel to share their expert opinions and views as well as answer questions from the audience. Professor Clarida detailed how
On Monday, December 10th, CCSC & ESC 2015/2016 came together to provide underclassmen a tasty study break in our newest study space: John Jay Dining Hall. Hot chocolate and a variety of snacks were provided courtesy of our fantastic dining staff from 9pm – 12am
CCSC & ESC 2015 co-sponsored this Information Session to attract sophomores to CCE’s amazing resources! Dust off your passport and get ready for the summer! Through Columbia Experience Overseas (CEO), Columbia University Internship (CU In) Network, Science Technology Engineering Program (STEP), and Columbia College Alumni-Sponsored Student Internship Program, you can find opportunities and receive resources to help you succeed in internships around the world, in cities including: Amman, London, Hong
On Wednesday, November 14th, CCSC 2015 partnered with ESC 2015, CCSC 2016, ESC 2016 and Ben & Jerry’s to bring DJ’s & BJ’s to Columbia University! 2015 Vice President Julia Jarrett worked closely with Sibel Berberoglu of Ben & Jerry’s to provide 1,200 FREE servings of Jimmy Fallon’s “Late Night Snack” flavor for Columbia students. Ben & Jerry’s kindly offered to bring not only ice cream, but a full display
The CCSC Communications Committee has produced a comprehensive overview of the student council’s work this semester. The goal of this report is to highlight the types of goals that CCSC can accomplish. Hopefully, this serves as a catalyst for our peers to reach out to us about issues they want us to solve. https://www.dropbox.com/s/lue57cpuejxrvz5/CCSC%20Fall%202012%20Semester%20Progress%20Report.pdf
Throughout the year, Columbia College Student Council receives a plethora of questions, concerns, requests, and suggestions from the student body that we devote ourselves to addressing. Within the first months of this academic year, we noticed that one concern remained consistent through each of our constituents: Columbia College students want alumni to be more present in their lives as undergraduates. Enhancing our relationship with alumni would provide more opportunities to