The Columbia College Chicago Assembly is an information sharing body, a think tank, empowering the college community through knowledge, dialogue and counsel. The Assembly provides opportunities for a shared voice on significant issues, both internal and external, that have impact on the College. The College Assembly will consist, at a minimum, of one presentation followed by an in-depth, lively discussion of the topic. All attendees will be encouraged to participate in the conversation in an effort to reach mutual understanding.
February 12, 2015
618 S Michigan Ave, Stage Two
Strategies and Actions to Enhance Your Financial Well-being
Must students be shackled by debt for decades? Explore options-scholarships, loans, and grants. Consider alternative approaches to managing cash flow. Panelists will include Amanda Hamrick, Chip Talbot, Pearl Natali, and Maureen Herlehy.
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The Presiding Committee of the Assembly represents the constituencies of the Columbia College Chicago community, and is responsible for planning, executing and moderating each Assembly as well as disseminating information to the college community. Assemblies may result in recommendations to the College Administration concerning policy and procedure, if deemed appropriate by the Presiding Committee.
The Assembly was approved as the successor to the former College Council by a vote at the final Council meeting on October 7, 2011. The academic functions and tasks of the Council were assumed by the Faculty Senate.