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Campus Connection - April 24, 2017

  • Senior Preview Day
  • 19th Annual Senior Preview Day for High School Seniors


    Cerritos College held its 19th annual Senior Preview Day on April 7. Approximately 1,100 high school seniors and counselors attended the one-day open house event from nearly 40 high schools from the greater Los Angeles area. Activities began with a welcome rally in the gymnasium followed by more than 70 exhibit booths in Falcon Square...Link to the full story about the Senior Preview Day

  • Japanese drum performance
  • College and Community Celebrate Asian Cultures

    Cerritos College brought together community and diverse cultures with the Festival of Asian Cultures on April 19. The event opened with a dazzling traditional Japanese drum performance, followed by a variety of performances, including Chinese folk dance, a lion dance, martial arts demonstrations, Erhu instrument performance, puppet show, Korean Taekwondo...Link to the full story about Festival of Asian Cultures


  • WHM essay winners
  • Women's History Month Essay Contest Winners Presented with Scholarships


    Winners of the Women's History Month Essay Contest were honored at a recent Board of Trustees meeting. Vanessa Bazan won first place for her essay, Based On True Events - My Mom Cleans Houses for a Living. Fernando Preciado took second place for his essay Unbreakable China. Ted Kanou placed third for his essay This Woman's Work...Link to the full story about Essay Contest winners

  • It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues
  • It Ain’t Nothin’ But The BLUES Coming to Cerritos College Theatre


    The musical revue It Ain’t Nothin’ But The Blues tells 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. The musical features some of the most famous and celebrated songs in the history of the blues movement... Link to the full story about It Ain’t Nothin’ But The Blues

  • Cerritos College Student Art Exhibit April 27-May 12, 2017
  • SAE 2017: Student Art Exhibition Coming to New Art Gallery


    Opening reception and award ceremony for the annual Student Art Exhibition is coming Thursday, April 27 from 5-8 p.m. in the new Art Gallery (FA-107). Student Art Exhibition 2017 is the latest installment of the annual exhibition and juried competition of current Fine Art student submissions. This year's show includes more than 125 student artworks, chosen by Cerritos College art, design, and photography instructors, in a range of media... Link to the full story about SAE

  • Public Affairs team
  • Public Affairs Wins Awards at CCPRO Conference


    The Public Affairs Office was honored with PRO Awards at the annual Community College Public Relations Organization (CCPRO) conference in Anaheim on April 20. Conference attendees represented community colleges from throughout the state of California. PRO Awards celebrates the innovative and outstanding work done during the past year. Awards received were from submissions of design and projects created...Link to the full story about CCPRO Awards

  • InSight Cover
  • Spring 2017 Edition of InSight Now Available!


    InSight, Cerritos College's community publication, is produced by the Public Affairs Office and is mailed to residents of the district each semester. Call x2287 if you would like additional copies! View the latest Spring 2017 edition.  An archive of past issues of InSight is available at

  • Vet Net Allyd
  • Join the Vet Net Ally on May 5


    The new Vet Net Ally Committee invites you to attend the first half-day Vet Net Awareness seminar with trainer Dr. Marshall Thomas, Director and Creator of the Vet Net Ally Program, Cal State Long Beach. The seminar focuses on the needs and concerns of military service members and student veterans.  At the end of the seminar, participants are given a decal to display their allyship to campus veterans and active service members. May 5, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. RSVP to Monica Acuna

  • Food Drived
  • Join the Food Drive Contest and Help Students Stay Healthy


    The Student Health Center officially launched its Food Drive Contest to help replenish its Food Bank. The program was established in 2013 in response to students who needed a meal. The contest periods are April 24 - May 8. The winning team during both periods will receive a pizza party. To enter the contest, email Carrie Edwards,, with the name of your group... Link to the full story about Food Drive








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Shared Governance Committee Meetings: April 24 - 28

Monday, April 24
1 p.m. - Coordinating Committee (Board Room)
3:30 p.m. - Student Learning Outcomes (SS 140)

Wednesday, April 26
3 p.m. - Enrollment Management (LC 62)

Thursday, April 27
1:30 p.m. - Curriculum (Board Room)


*Meeting date may change. Please contact committee chairs to confirm meeting schedule. List of committees
Committee Chairs, please notify us when your meeting schedule changes from your committee webpage.


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