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Pizza with the PresidentJoin ACC President Dr. Diana Doyle, Student Government representatives and your fellow students for a slice of pizza and an evening full of activities to help us celebrate ACC’s 50th Anniversary.

For more information, please contact parkercampus@arapahoe.edu or 303.734.4822.

 

 

 

 


The Blue Bench (formerly RAAP) will present about sexual assault prevention.  The Blue Bench is metro Denver’s only comprehensive sexual assault prevention and support center.  Since its founding in 1983, The Blue Bench has worked tirelessly to eliminate sexual assault and diminish the impact it has on individuals, their loved ones and the community.

For more information or accommodations, contact Student Affairs, Room M2820 or 303.797.5668.


A food staple at any party!  Sign up in advance at Student Affairs to enter your fresh homemade salsa for a chance to win a prize!  Free chips and salsa provided for non-entrants.  For more information or accommodations, contact Student Affairs, Room M2820 or 303.797.5668.


Literatura Hispana is September 16Arapahoe Community College will host Literatura Hispana: Celebrating Colorado's Hispanic Authors on Tuesday, Sept. 16, from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in the Library and Learning Commons.

Each year, Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the cultures of the Hispanic and Latino Americans residing in the United States.  This year, the ACC Library and Learning Commons, Student Affairs and Writers Studio will honor the literary contributions of our Hispanic and Latino authors with readings by Colorado poet Sheryl Luna, kid/teen writer Denise Vega and mystery novelist Manuel Ramos.

A brief reception with refreshments will follow the readings.  This event is free and open to the public.

For more information, please contact ACC Reference and Outreach Librarian Lindsay Roberts at lindsay.roberts@arapahoe.edu or 303.797.5727.


The Arapahoe Community College Astronomy Program will host four "star parties" during the Fall 2014 semester.  Observe the night sky at the Littleton Campus (West Lawn; between the Main Building and Lot G) on Sept. 12, Oct. 17 and Nov. 7, and at the Parker Campus on Sept. 18.

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Star parties will be held in an open house format from 7:30 - 9:30 p.m., and attendees are welcome to arrive at their convenience.  ACC will provide a telescope at the star parties, which are free and open to the public (no RSVP necessary; please dress appropriately for these outdoor events).  Complimentary hot cocoa and cookies will be served.

Join ACC Astronomy Professor Jennifer Jones for your chance to observe the celestial bodies and explore the vastness of the universe.  For more information, please contact jennifer.jones@arapahoe.edu or 303.797.5839.

Astronomy Star Parties


Official Club?  Want to do awesome activities but no money?  All new and returning official ACC clubs must attend to receive ACC funding for use towards turning ideas to reality.  For more information or accommodations, contact Student Affairs, Room M2820 or 303.797.5668.


Explore how your interests, passions and goals can relate to your future occupation.  This workshop will take the next steps from orientation using Focus 2.  Space is limited.  Please RSVP in advance.

For more information or to inquire about accommodations, please contact the Career and Transfer Center at careers@arapahoe.edu or 303.797.5805.


Former NYPD police officer Kevin Devine speaks about his experiences and actions during the Sept. 11, 2001 relief effort.

For more information or accommodations, contact Student Affairs, Room M2820 or 303.797.5668.


Like democracy?  Then register to vote!  Made possible by the League of Women Voters.  For more information or accommodations, contact Student Affairs, Room M2820 or 303.797.5668.


The Denver Center for Crime Victims (DCCV) will present on victims’ rights in Colorado and services they provide to victims.

DCCV provides culturally and linguistically responsive programs, health promotion and crime prevention education.  DCCV services are broad, supporting survivors of simple theft, domestic and sexual violence, to suicide/homicide survivors.  DCCV provides crisis intervention, case management, financial assistance, client relocation, integrated physical and mental health programs and more, all without financial cost to its clients.

For more information or accommodations, contact Student Affairs, Room M2820 or 303.797.5668.