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Posted on 24 September 2014 by admin

Meramec hosts Constitution Day, Withdrawal deadlines approaching, faculty art exhibition opens and more



Constitution Day at Meramec

Students, staff and faculty gathered in the Student Center Wednesday, Sept. 17 for Constitution Day. John Messmer, Ph.D. and Emily Neal, Ph.D, both history professors at Meramec discussed the importance of voting.

Student organizations, such as Phi Theta Kappa and the Student Governance Council, hosted booths and distributed pamphlets to help inform Meramec students of their constitutional rights and voting privileges.

Chancellor Search Forums

Chancellor Dennis Michealis’ term is ending and the STLCC search for a new chancellor has begun. Open forums are being held at each STLCC campus to include all input.
Wednesday, Sept. 14:
12:30 p.m. at the Wildwood campus, Multipurpose Room 102-A.
3:00 p.m. at the Meramec campus, SC-200.
Thursday, Sept. 15:
10:00 a.m. at the Cosand Center, Large Board Room.
A chancellor search website is being created to update followers.

Board of Trustees Meeting

The September meeting will be held on Thursday, the 25. at 7:00 p.m. in the William J. Harrison Education Center Multipurpose Room.

Faculty Exhibition opens Oct. 2 in art gallery

The Meramec Contemporary Art Gallery will host an exhibit which features artwork from faculty in the Design, Visual, and Performing Arts department. The gallery will be open in the month of October and will include several different mediums.

Withdrawal Deadlines

The withdrawal deadline for a full-semester class is Friday, Nov. 7. Withdrawal deadlines for shorter duration classes:
Sept. 26 – first eight week class deadline.
Nov. 14 – 12 week class deadline.
Nov. 21 – second eight week class deadline.
Students are responsible for withdrawing from their class until the end of the 12th week for regular semester class.

Rose Hill House Fun Festival

Rose Hill House is hosting a festival for its residents, and students are invited. The House hopes students will talk to the residents and “maybe even form a new elder-friendship.”
This event can also give students more service hours. It will be Tuesday, Sept. 30 from 1 to 3 p.m.

Meramec Majors Fair Wednesday, Oct. 22

The fair will allow students to explore career options as well as degree and certificate programs offered at Meramec. Academic personnel will be available to answer questions.
The fair is open to all current students and free food will be provided.


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