November 15, 2010
2010 Toy Drive
Now thru Dec. 1st
Your Student Government Association is honored to sponsor the 2010 OLHCC Annual Toy Drive. We are excited to announce that this year’s toys will be donated to House of Ruth, Inc., a non-profit organization that helps hundreds of New Orleans area women and children find permanent housing and stability.
You can help us make this a special Christmas for our extra special children in the Algiers area. Simply bring your unopened toys (do not wrap them) to the OLHCC Student Life & Campus Ministry office. All toys are due by Wednesday morning, December 1st, at 10 a.m. We will deliver the gifts to the House of Ruth.
In honor of our annual Advent Prayer Service tradition, all toys will be placed under the Christmas tree during the tree lighting ceremony, at 12:30 p.m., in the courtyard by the Hurricane Café.
Remember, even the smallest gifts can bring the deepest joy to children who otherwise might not get anything.
For more information, please contact Student Life at 504-398-2110 or email Jennifer Tubwell at email@example.com.
Annual Christmas Party!!
Dec. 3, 2010
Location: The Rose Garden, 5616 Citrus Blvd., River Ridge
Wind down from a hectic semester, while celebrating the Christmas holiday! Your campus Student Government Association and Office of Alumni Affairs are hosting the Annual OLHCC Christmas Party. This year’s event will be held at The Rose Garden, located at 5616 Citrus Blvd., just off of Clearview Pkwy., in River Ridge from 8:00-11:00 p.m. The event is free for all OLHCC students, faculty, staff, and alumni. There will be dinner, music, and plenty of fun! RSVP by December 1st, at SGAChristmas@olhcc.edu.
January 26, 2010
Hope everyone is ready for back to school week. Tomorrow the Alumni Association will have donuts out. Wednesday is the back to school mass and Thursday SGA will be serving hot chocolate. Come out and meet your 2009- 2010 SGA! We will be serving hot chocolate from 12-2 and then 4-6. Hope to see you there! Also all the organizations have there own tables in the hall wall by the computer room. Please stop by each table and see what each organization has to offer to you. At the SGA table we have application for 2010-2011 school year. If you are interested in being on the SGA board please stop by the table. If you do not see any applications on the table you can go into the Student Life office and ask AK for one. Hope everyone has had a great first week. HAPPY MARDI GRAS!!! GO SAINTS!!!
October 27, 2009
It has been awhile since the last time I wrote. I just wanted to let everyone know the movie night was fun. We will have one again in the spring. Fall Fest is coming up in November. The semester is moving quick now and I hope everyone has registered for their classes for next semester. We are about half way through the semester but don’t give up on your classes. You need to give 100% all the way till you are finished with your finals. Halloween is Saturday and I hope everyone has gotten their costumes. I am running late this year. I tried to go get my costume tonight but they didn’t have my size, so tomorrow after work I got to go shopping big time to find one. Hope everyone has a fun and safe weekend.
September 9, 2009
Hope everyone is having fun this week. So tomorrow the Alumni Association has their annual Back to School BBQ. I hope everyone goes out and grabs at least a burger! Thursday is SGA’s ice cream social. You know you need some ice cream by Thursday to get you through the rest of the week. Come stop by in front of the cafe and meet your new SGA! I hope everyone has a great week, especially since we had Monday off of school so you really on have a four day week which should be plus. Student Life will also have a little treat on Friday for everyone, that will be in front of the cafe so don’t forget to stop by if you are at school to get your treat. If you would like to become a senator of SGA stop by the SGA table this week to pick your application up. I need to go do some homework so I hope I see everyone at the BBQ tomorrow and come don’t forget to come visit us Thursday in front of the cafe for your Ice Cream!
August 28, 2009
So first week of school is about over. One more day for anyone who has class tomorrow. If it makes you feel any better I have work all day so your not the only one who has to get up tomorrow morning. So how was your first week back on campus? Mine was good got to meet all my new teachers and see who I knew in my classes and meet some new people. Back to school week is coming up. We are going to have the Alumni BBQ and SGA will have ice cream for ya’ll. Can’t wait to see everyone getting involved with everything else that is planned for that week. It is going to be fun! Well SGA has started and I will let you know when the next meeting is so if you would like to come and say hey you can. Just to let you know SGA is located in the Student Life Center. Okay well I got to run because I got some homework to do. Talk to everyone soon! Bye.
August 13, 2009
Are you ready? School starts again in 9 days! If you haven’t already done so, contact your Enrollment Services counselor and the Bursar before August 20th at 4:00 pm. You need to make sure that your financial aid is complete, but you also need to make sure to let Nicole DeSoto (Bursar) know that you have accepted your aid. If you are not receiving financial aid, you need to make sure that you make payment arrangements with Nicole before August 20th. DON’T BE A VICTIM OF THE PURGE!
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Enrollment Services at 504-398-2175. Please note, we are experiencing high phone call and visitor volume, so please be patient and we will assist you as soon as possible!
July 26, 2009
Hope everyone is having a great summer. Sad to say that it is about over and fall semester is about to start.I’m Samantha, but you can call me Sam, I am President of SGA (Student Government Association) for this school year. We have a busy and fun fall semester ahead of us with a lot of events that we hope everyone will attend. If anyone is interested in becoming a member of SGA please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will give you updates on when meetings are held and what event are coming up.
July 21, 2009
Lifelong learning? Does that mean you never get to graduate?
Well, not exactly……….it just means that your education is never finished. Ever.
I’m Jim Curry and I’m the director of the newly created Department of Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning. Our goal in Lifelong Learning is to make sure that you start early in life to make a habit of always learning, always increasing your skills and knowledge. It’s a habit that can bring you a lifetime of satisfaction, on and off the job, no matter which career path you choose.
And it starts very simply with a simple question: What really interests you? You can find no more satisfying path in life than the one that keeps your interest and keeps your desire to always learn more.
So let me know what really interests you. What lights your fuse? What is it in this world that you can’t ever find out enough about? …………………and we’ll see what we can do about bringing it here to OLHCC in the year ahead.
July 21, 2009
It’s almost that time again The first day of class begins on Saturday, August 22nd. Don’t forget, if you haven’t registered for your classes yet, registration is August 18th and 19th from 9am-12pm and 3pm to 6pm in the Moreau Center. You will be able to speak to an advisor, register for classes, pay your bill, speak with financial aid advisor, set up your IQ web and e-mail accounts, and get your student ID card.
Are you a member of a student organization on campus? Would you like to share your experiences as a student with other students? Do you just like to write? If so, let us know if you would like to write for the OLHCC blog. For more information, or to get signed up to start blogging, contact Rebecca Kientz at email@example.com or 504.398.2238.
Talk to you soon!
July 21, 2009
Well I got good news this weekend, my pre-proposal (which is a summary document) for my disseration was approved. This means that I can start writing my first 3 chapters. You would have thought I had received an Oscar I was so excited! I have been dreading working on the literature review, I’m feeling rather intimidated by it, so I think I might start there and tackle the hardest part first…does anyone have an opinion on whether you start with the easiest part first (to build confidence) or just do the hardest part first? Anyway, I’m going to dive right in on it!