Southeast Center ASPCC
MT 151 | 971-722-6262 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Hours: Mon. - Thu. 9am - 8pm. Fri. & Sat. 9am - 2pm. Please call to set up an appointment.
What's happening at Southeast?
Check out all the upcoming events. Mark your calendar!
The Giving Tree - Help make a childs holiday season great!
The giving tree is a way for students with families in need to get help this Christmas and it's a way for students and staff to help give to their fellow students. Visit MTH-110 for more info or contact: email@example.com.
Coffee Buzz - During Dead Week - Dec 2-6 from 9am-6pm
Come get your buzz with free coffee during dead week! Get the energy you need to study until you drop.
Welcome BBQ - January 15th - 11am- while supplies last! - Great Hall
Get $1 burgers, soda and chips. Gluten-free and vegetarian options available.
Club Fair - January 22nd-23rd - 11am- 4pm - Great Hall
Meet the Clubs at SE and lean about how to start your own.
Shake It Out - Thursday, January 23rd - 12:00pm - 1:50pm - Dance Studio
Come relax, release and shake it out with Yoga and Zumba
You+Math=Love - Thursday, January 30th - 12pm-3pm - Great Hall
This is an event to promote math enjoyment. You will learn, see and expereince how math can be fun.
Bike Lockers are here! - MTH-151
Come to MTH-151 for an application. Applications are limited and lockers are given away on a first come first serve basis.
Financial Aid Awareness!
Do you know how much you have borrowed in student loans? You can view your total loan debt at www.nslds.ed.gov.
Remember to renew your financial aid application for the upcoming school year. You can reapply starting January 1st.
Oregon residents, complete FASFA by February 1st for consideration for the Oregon Opportunity Grant.
Food Pantry Applications Now Available!
Check out the Food Pantry link on the side menu, print and fill out the application (or go to MTH-151 for apps) and bring them in and get your food box! Everyone who applies will receive a box.
Phi Theta Kappa: Talk Nerdy To Me - Ongoing - 5pm-7pm - MTH 106b
Weekly meetings are held Monday evenings from 5pm-7pm in MTH 106b. Come and get involved with your campus chapter and become a member if you are not already! Must have an accumulative GPA of 3.5 and at least 12 community college credits completed.
Club Life: College is More than an Education
Stop by MTH-110 to find out ways to get involved with our club program. Don't see what you want? Then start a club! It's as easy as one - two - three!
For any other updates and information on upcoming events, please check out the recent Potty Press publications. They are located on the Potty Press webpage.