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  • Co-curricular Events and Calendar
    • The Center for Student Engagement partners with faculty, staff, student groups, and community organizations to bring dynamic speakers, programs, and events to campus.  We call these events “Co-curricular” because they work in concert with academic disciplines, supporting what you’ve learned in class.  The calendar is a constant work in progress and it lists the monthly events planned.
  • Off Campus Trips
    • Visit some of the region’s most popular social, cultural, and historic spots.  The Center for Student Engagement arranges these trips for all students, faculty, and staff.  To participate, simply visit the Center for Student Engagement, located on the first floor of the Student Center, room H101 to sign up!
  • Welcome Back and Spring Fling Picnics
    • There’s nothing better than celebrating our community with free food, live music, and events and activities!  At the beginning of the fall semester and at the end of the spring semester, we put together a campus-wide social event to welcome and celebrate the start and finish of another wonderful year.
  • Evening Student Social
    • Evening Student Social is a “welcome event” for students taking evening classes at both the main campus and the Monroe Center.  The event features free food, information tables to connect you with College programs and services, and an opportunity to socialize with fellow students.
  • Concession Series
    • Sometimes you just need a little pick-me-up to help push you through the day.  The CSE Concession Series (under the stairs in the Student Center and on the Monroe Campus) is a monthly “pop-up” event that features FREE, fun, hands-on arts and crafts and/or snacks.
  • Mental Health and Wellness Events
    • Frederick Community College recognizes the importance of holistic health and wellness and the role it plays in learning.  Each semester, the CSE plans a variety of health and wellness focused events to educate, empower, and engage the campus community in dialogue and action on critical issues facing our society.  Programs include workshops, speakers, movies, and events that showcase issues such as drug and alcohol awareness; addiction recovery and services; suicide awareness and mental health support; domestic and dating violence support and assistance; and stress management and counseling support.
  • Voter Registration
    • The CSE serves as an official voter registration site.  Members of the campus community are welcome to stop by H101 to register to vote for the first time, change voter affiliation, or update voter registration information.
Online Classes Summer 2017
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