JAN31
Financial Aid

Students will receive one on one help with filling out the FAFSA application. See attachment for the workshop schedule throughout the spring semester.

Location: Financial Aid Resource Center Contact: Ulysses Valencia, (562)860-2451 ext.2397
FEB1
Financial Aid

Students will receive information about the Financial Aid process and basics. See attachment for the workshop schedule throughout the spring semester.

Location: Financial Aid Resource Center Contact: Ulysses Valencia, (562)860-2451 ext.2397
FEB21
Financial Aid

Students will learn how to get the most out of their Financial Aid awards while budgeting and learning about loans. See attachment for the workshop schedule throughout the spring semester.

Location: Financial Aid Resource Center Contact: Ulysses Valencia, (562)860-2451 ext.2397
APR5
Student Health & Wellness Center

Free Zumba Fitness Classes on Monday and Wednesday sponsored by Student Health Services from 5pm - 6pm in CE-4. ID is required. Dietitian Services is on Tuesdays from 10-4 by appointments. Come to meet with the dietitian to discuss your health goals and design your meal plan.

Location: CE-4 & Student Health Contact: Hazel Ng, RD, x2321
APR19
Fine Arts & Communications

Do you have a loved one, a friend, a classmate, club, group that is graduating this year or want to send a special congratulations to the Cerritos College grads this year? Need a way to tell your special graduates how proud you are of their accomplishments? Place your graduation ad today for a special price of $25 per ad! We also have several other ad sizes for your department or program needs. Deadline is April 28 by 5 pm Ads will be placed in the May 10th issue of Talon Marks Newspaper! Contact Alicia today to reserve your space!

Location: Talon Marks Print Edition Contact: Alicia Edquist, 2617
APR26
Take Back the Night
6:00 pm-8:30 pm
Student Activities

Come join Student Title IX Ambassadors to fight against the stigma behind rape culture and sexual assault. Speakers will discuss the problems and biases surrounding rape, personal testimonies, and ways to cope while on the road to recovery in order to be able to Take Back the Night.

Location: Falcon Square Amphitheater Contact: Amber Dofner, x2473
APR27
Academic Affairs

Dr. Pauline Acosta, professor of Sociology, Women's and Gender Studies, and Kinesiology departments will host guest speaker, Ms. Elizabeth Toumajian, M.S. Kinesiology with emphasis in Exercise and Sport Psychology from the Orange County? Goodwill Fitness Center. Students from WS 103/KIN 103 (Women, Their Bodies, and Health) classes will participate in a group discussion after the guest presentation. Join us!

Location: SS 139 Contact: Ana Torres-Bower, X2772
APR28
EOPS

This activity will serve as a hands on introduction to Service Learning for students, faculty, and staff. Please arrive by 2:45 PM at Inspiration Point, Ocean Blvd. and Orchid Ave., Corona Del Mar, CA, 92625. Follow this location link. All Volunteers should plan on doing beach cleanup from 3 to 5 PM. We suggest you bring a bottle of water and bags to collect trash. Wear a hat, sunscreen, and comfortable clothing. We also suggest you use street parking instead of the parking lot to avoid parking fees. Flex and Service Learning credit is available for faculty and students. Please sign up to receive 2 credit hours.

Location: Inspiration Point, Ocean Blvd. and Orchid Avenue, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625 Contact: Henrietta Hurtado, EOPS Counselor, 562-860-2451, ext. 2380
APR29
Theatre & Film

This incredible musical was written and created to tell the history and evolution of the Blues music, how it began from African beats and rhythms and what is now known as "traditionals". Without the blues, there would be no modern Country & Western, Rhythm & Blues, Rock and Roll, Hip Hop or Rap. We are delighted to share this musical with some of the most famous and celebrated songs in the history of the Blues movement with our community.

Performances: Friday, April 28, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, April 29, at 8 p.m.
Thursday, May 4, at 8 p.m.
Friday, May 5, at 8 p.m.
Saturday, May 6, at 8 p.m.
Sunday, May 7, at 2 p.m.

Tickets:
Pre-sale:
$18 general
$15 senior (60+) (w/id)
$14 child (5-12)
*no children under 5 permitted.
At Door:
$20 general
$18 senior (60+) (w/id)
$15 child (5-12)
*no children under 5 permitted.

Location: Burnight Center Theatre Contact: Theatre, 2640
MAY1
Financial Aid

2017-2018 Federal Work-Study Application will be online only. Application will be available May 1 - May 31 and applicants will be reviewed on a first come, first serve bases.

Location: Financial Aid/Federal Work-Study Website Contact: Lizette Gonzalez, 562/860-2451 Ext.2395
MAY5
Business Education

Please join us for our network with the American Association for Women in Community Colleges - South Coast Chapter VIII, Women Hold Up Half the Sky Conference! REGISTRATION IS NOW AVAILABLE. Our very own faculty member, David Betancourt will be our morning Keynote Speaker. Everyone is welcome to register campus wide. Full-time classified staff are eligible for Professional Growth Funds - forms are available online. To register, visit: http://www2.cccd.edu/aawcc/spring2017/

Location: Cerritos Sheraton Hotel Contact: Miriam Tolson, 2217
MAY6
Veterans Resource Center

Military Ball 2017 May 6, 2017 6:00 P.M. - 11:00 P.M. Knott's Berry Farm Hotel 7675 Crescent Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620

Tickets Limited and available for all students/staff: April 17 until all tickets are given out or by May 1 at 9:00 A.M.

Location: Knott's Berry Farm Hotel Contact: Felipe Salazar, x3734
MAY12
Transfer Celebration
11:00 am-2:00 pm
Academic Affairs

Students attending will receive a certificate of recognition. Free lunch and raffle prizes.

Location: Student Center Contact: Shalisha Barnett, ext. 2076

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