Landscape Project
6:00 am-11:30 pm


Beginning Tuesday,November 3rd,the college will begin the landscape improvement project on Alondra and Studebaker. The entire project along both streets will last until May of 2016. The nature of this work requires that certain parking spaces will need to be fenced off, and some parking lot entrances will be closed. The high traffic parking lot entrances will be closed primarily during winter break and reopened for the start of the spring semester.

The project has been divided into three phases, working east and south from the Alondra/Studebaker intersection. Phase 1 will start next week. The attachment provides a site map detailing the parking lot areas that will be closed during Phase 1, which is tentatively scheduled to be completed on December 4th.

We understand this project impacts staff parking and appreciate everyone's cooperation. Pending good weather, we are committed to completing this improvement as quickly as possible with the least amount of disruption to the campus.

Location: Perimeter of Parking Lots Contact: David Moore, X 2301

In accordance with the State of California Uniform Public Construction Cost Accounting Commission, Cerritos College is inviting all interested licensed contractors to submit their company for inclusion on the college's Informal Bidding Contractors' List for calendar year 2016 for all trade categories.

Contractors must resubmit to be included on the 2016 list, even if the company was prequalified in previous years. Interested contractors are required to have a current license and are subject to verification through the Contractors' State License Board. Additionally, no contractor or subcontractor may be listed on a bid or awarded a contract for a public works project unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) per California Labor Code 1725.5. For more information, or to submit online for the 2016 Informal Bid List, please visit the Purchasing Department website at

Location: Purchasing Department Contact: Stephanie A. F. Barlow, 562-860-2451 x 2243
Human Resources


The Human Resources department is pleased to unveil our new applicant tracking system: PeopleAdmin

Location: Human Resources Contact: Dr. Adriana Flores-Church, X 2283

The Cerritos College Purchasing Department has released RFP No. 15C0070 Food and/or Concession Services for Locations No. 3 and 4. The request for proposal (RFP) solicitation process is an opportunity to bring the food that the students desire on campus, as well as serve the faculty and staff that enjoy eating on campus throughout the year. Please feel free to refer any interested food or concession service vendors to the Purchasing website for the RFP documents and details.

Location: Purchasing Department Contact: Mayra Radillo, 562-860-2451 ext. 2246
Academic Affairs


Students, Faculty & Staff are invited to submit nominations for 2015 Outstanding Faculty (full-time or part-time), counselor, librarian, or Student Services’ faculty who has inspired you!

Submit nominations online at by Wednesday, November 25.

Location: Campus Wide Contact: Damon Cagnolatti, X 2817
Public Input Hearing: Assembly Select Committee on the Status of Girls & Women of Color
6:00 pm-8:30 pm
Public Affairs


What factors impact the lives of women and girls of color and their families? What promotes success?  What limits success? 

Please join the Assembly Select Committee Co-Chairs and other elected officials at our public input hearing which will provide a platform to voice your concerns on a wide range of issues that are important to you and your family. This information will be compiled into a report that will become a living document to create a platform that this committee will use for future select committee hearings and future policy.

Location: Student Center | 6 p.m. Contact: Miya Walker, X 2292
School Relations

The purpose of this event is to inform high school counselors of the wide array of programs and services available to prospective students. The program includes information on the latest in Cerritos College policy (enrollment, financial aid, etc.) and program developments that impact prospective and current students. Specialized breakout sessions are available to choose from along with tours, and lunch is provided. Registration is required.

Location: LC 155 and throughout the campus Contact: Shirley Arceo, 2129
Theatre & Film

The Cerritos College Theatre Department offers up an exciting evening of comedic delights. This show, modeled after variety shows, improv shows and late night interview programs such as Key & Peele, Wild n' Out, Saturday Night Live, and Mad TV offers up laughter and thrills for all. There will be many surprises and unexpected thrills for all. This show is in celebration of the 30-year anniversary of the G.I.P.S. (Generic Improvisational Peep Show) Improv program at Cerritos College. It will feature special appearances by all-star alumni, with years of theatrical credits, performing alongside current improv students. Each show will be unique!

Performances: Dec 4, 5, 10, 11, 12 @ 8 pm and Dec 13 @ 2 pm

Details & tickets can be found at the link below. For more information:

Location: Burnight Center Theatre Contact: Renee Bloch, X 2640
Annual Holiday Reception
3:30 pm-5:00 pm
Public Affairs


Please join us in celebrating the upcoming holidays with an afternoon of food and entertainment.

Location: Student Center | 3:30 p.m. Contact: Miya Walker, X 2292
Piano Ensemble Concert
4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Cerritos College piano students perform a variety of repertoire written for one piano/four hands and two pianos/four hands Burnight Center Building - Music Department - Room BC-51 at 4 p.m. This is a free event, free parking on Sundays.

Location: Burnight Building - Room BC-51 | 4 p.m. Contact: Dr. Christine Lopez, 2632
VRC Operation Take Cover
6:00 am
Veterans Resource Center


The Cerritos College VRC will be accepting donations for our local community shelter. Help a homeless Veteran this Holiday Season by donating new blankets or towels. Donations can be dropped off at the VRC by Tuesday, December 15.

Location: Cerritos College Veterans Resource Center Contact: Crystina Davila, (562) 860-2451, Ext.3716

This family-oriented concert will feature the Cerritos College Choir, Concert Band, Orchestra, and Jazz Ensemble in an evening of traditional and modern holiday favorites. Dr. David Betancourt will conduct the band, Mr. Alan Hallback will conduct the orchestra, and the Choir will be conducted by Dr. Anna DeMichele. Price: $10 (flat rate) Tickets will be available (online-only) approx. Dec. 7th. Temporary parking passes available in student parking lots.

Location: Burnight Center Theatre | 7 p.m. Contact: Micki England, 2629
Student Activities


DON'T LET CERRITOS STUDENTS MISS OUT! Join us for the annual ASCC Student Leadership Conference held January 6-8, 2016 at the beautiful Temecula Creek Inn located at 44501 Rainbow Canyon Road, Temecula, CA 92592.

Network and connect with other student leaders, develop skills necessary for student leadership positions on campus, articipate in sessions that introduce new ideas, challenge ways of thinking, and empower students to make a difference. The ASCC Student Leadership Conference is open to all eligible Cerritos College students. Visit website for more information.

Location: Temecula Creek Inn Contact: Maria Isai, X 2445

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