Staff Town Hall - June 14

Formerly known as "the Rumor Mill," this annual meeting is a chance for staff to bring their questions and concerns before the President's Cabinet. Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm, Hagerty Lounge, De La Salle Hall

Parking Management & Transportation Planning Update

The Campus Facilities Planning Committee, with the assistance of Walker Parking Consultants, gained an understanding of current campus parking demands and dynamics, true costs of providing parking and transportation services on campus, and the implications of supply and demand mangement strategies. Read more to see the full report.

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CTCL Fair at Saint Mary's

Saint Mary’s is pleased to host the upcoming College that Change Lives fair serving the San Francisco Bay Area Tuesday, August 2nd from 7:00 –9:30 pm.  It is an optimal opportunity for studentsto learn about this distinctive organization and the prestigious colleges chosen for membership.  Colleges that Change Lives is a collaborative effort dedicated to the advancement and support of a student-centered college search process. 

Jan Term 2017: Passport advisory

Students! Get or renew your passport immediately if you plan on enrolling in a Jan Term 2017 Travel course. Passport processing times are very long this year. Don't wait until you're enrolled. Jan Term Travel students must have a valid passport by November 1st, and it must be valied through July 2017. Here's how to apply for a passport. The Canyon and Walnut Creek post offices also offer passport services. 


Please refer to the 2015/2016 Fiscal Year End Close Process, including Carryover Requests on the Business Office webpage.  It contains important instructions and deadlines for this year's financial year end. One hour drop in question and answer sessions will be in BJW 213: Thur 5/26 1:00,Thurs 6/2 2:00,Tues 6/7 1:00,Thurs 6/16 10:00,Wed 6/22 11:00,Mon 6/27 10:30

Ethnic Studies Goes Major Celebration!

lEthnic Studies is now a Major. Come celebrate this milestone for SMC!

Take back the Tap: Donate & then Hydrate

Take part in our campaing to install more water hydration stations across central campus. We already have saved the need for 10,000+ water bottles!

4th-5th Grade Weather Workshop

Do you love working with kids? Find science fascinating? The Science Club has organized a series of hands-on "weather exploration" workshops for elementary school students on May 4 and May 6. Volunteers will be needed from about 7:30am to noon, so if you can work for any part of that time period, your help would be greatly appreciated.  All are more than welcome to volunteer.  Please contact me if you are interested and/or want more info.