Announcements

Concur Training Open Session

Monday, Dec. 2 / 9 to 11 a.m. / SSB 121 W, Room 1965 Faculty and staff members who would like additional support with the transition to Concur, CPP’s new electronic travel request and expense management system, are welcome to…

Paper Travel Claims No Longer Accepted

Accounts Payable is pleased to announce that they have reduced one more paper-based process on campus. As of Dec. 2, all travel reimbursement requests must be entered into the Concur eTravel system for reimbursement. For more information on entering an…

Staff Council’s Holiday Bash

Tuesday, Dec. 3 / 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. / Ursa Major Join Staff Council for their annual holiday bash. If you bring a new stuffed animal or unwrapped toy, you will qualify for a raffle prize drawing and support…

Film & Pizza: The Need to Grow

Wednesday, Nov. 20 / 5:30 p.m. / Bldg. 209, Room 101 The campus community is invited to a screening of “The Need to Grow,” an award-winning film produced by actress Rosario Dawson that follows the stories of three leaders –…

Ink and Clay 44

Through Thurs., Nov. 21 / Check website for times / Kellogg Art Gallery If you haven’t yet seen Ink & Clay, a national, annual juried competition that highlights works that utilize a variety of ink, clay or a combination of…

Disability Pride

Tuesday, Nov. 19 / 11 a.m. to Noon / Career Center Conference Room (Bldg. 97, Rm. 128) Join Access and disABILITY Alliance (AdA) in welcoming guest speaker and alumnus Armand Bujanda (’18, Management Human Resources) who will discuss the history…

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

Monday, Nov. 18, to Friday, Nov. 22 / Various times and locations Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is designed to draw attention to the problem of poverty and build a base of supporters for local anti-poverty work. The Basic Needs…

Meet the Planners

Thursday, Nov. 14 / 2 to 4 p.m. / The bus stop on the NW Corner of Temple Ave. and S. Campus Dr. by Parking Structure 2 Foothill Transit wants to meet with you! Your ideas keep them moving in…