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Student Awards 2011

Science Express Rolls In May 14-20

Ceramics Grant for Documentary, Workshops, Exhibits

Free Voice and Theory Master Classes, April 29

Veterans: Free Appreciation Concert, April 28

Coon Rapids Named Star Campus

Statewide Student Association Elects Anoka-Ramsey Student PR Coordinator

Earth Day Events Cambridge Campus

Visual Arts Center Grand Opening Celebration April 21

Two Students Named All-Minnesota Top Scholars

Open Houses: April 19 & 21

English Faculty Reads in April

Fine Arts Portfolio Show April 7

Faculty Receives NEA Award of Excellence

Spring Play April 15-23

Gratitude Speaker April 14 Cambridge Campus

Science Night April 7

Nursing Students Rank Among Highest in Minnesota

Faculty Recital April 1

College Receives $90,000 in MJSP Grants

Eating Disorder Expert, March 31

Cast Announcement for Spring Play

Free Holistic Healing Event with Master Stephen Co March 14

NATIONAL CHAMPS! Women’s Basketball Team Wins 7th National Title

Free Evening with Prudence Johnson, March 25

Human Trafficking Presentations, March 24

Fall 2010 Dean's List

Faculty/Poets Youngblom & Broderick, March 2

Record Success for Scholardazzle Fundraiser

Graduate Selected for National Theater Fellowship

Seniors Sunday for Winter Musical, Feb. 20

Penumbra Theatre Visit Feb. 16

Cambridge Play, Feb.11-19

Coon Rapids Musical, Feb. 11-20

English Faculty Publishes First Book of Poetry

Parking at Coon Rapids Campus

Community College Scholarships in Need of Support

Candlelight Ski Feb. 5

Explore Science Night with Will Steger Jan. 25

Coon Rapids Campus Named Star Campus

April 22, 2011

The Anoka-Ramsey Community College Coon Rapids Campus Student Senate was recently awarded Star Campus status by the Minnesota State College Student Association (MSCSA).

 The Star Campus award is given to MSCSA’s most active student senates. Only six student senates from the 47 two-year Minnesota State College and University member campuses were granted “Star Campus” status.

 

This is the first year that MSCSA is giving out the Star Campus awards. Criteria for the award include active attendance at MSCSA events, participation in MSCSA campaigns such as our “Get out the Vote” efforts and bringing students to lobby at the Minnesota Capitol. The full Star Campus criteria can be found at http://mscsa.org/become-a-mscsa-star-campus.

 

“From students serving on campus-wide committees to state-wide committees, keeping up to speed with a variety of projects at campuses to staying abreast of MSCSA business, the Anoka-Ramsey Coon Rapids Campus Student Senate is really a star for MSCSA,” says MSCSA President and Lake Superior College student Travis Johnson.

The Anoka-Ramsey Student Senate accepted the Star Campus award Apr. 17, 2011 at the MSCSA Spring General Assembly.

For more information about student activities at Anoka-Ramsey Community College, visit www.AnokaRamsey.edu.

More About Minnesota State College Student Association
The Minnesota State College Student Association (MSCSA) represents students attending the state’s two-year technical, community, and comprehensive colleges on 47 campuses advocating for more than 100,000 students across the state.

 

MSCSA Award Star Campus

 

 

 

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Student Senate students (from left)  Zach Berg, Heidi Witzel, Cory Rahn, Nick Tomczyk, Christopher Paris, Cora Fox and Ivan Nedovba accept the Star Campus award from the Minnesota State College Student Association (MSCSA) .  (Photo credit: David Lancaster)