CCC Board of Trustees to meet November 5 {0}

The CCC Board of Trustees will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, November 5, 2014, at 8:00 a.m. in Room 512 (Board Room). The meeting is open to the public and employees are welcome to attend.

Clovis Community College spring 2015 class schedule changes {0}

Clovis Community College will implement changes to its class scheduling in the spring 2015 semester, which starts January 12, 2015.

Most full-semester classes meeting before 6 p.m. will now be offered twice a week, either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday.  Eight-week (half semester) day classes will meet four days a week, Monday through Thursday.  Evening classes that meet at 6 p.m. or later will continue to be offered one evening per week.

President Becky Rowley and Executive Vice President Robin Jones are implementing this new schedule to increase student success by helping students learn material in smaller periods of time.  “We are doing what is best for our students,” Dr. Jones said.  “Previously our classes were designed for students commuting from out of town or working during the day and taking evening classes.  We believe shorter class periods that meet more than once a week will be better for our current population.”

A few day classes that need longer production time, such as art classes, will continue to meet one day a week.  Detailed class meeting times are available online now at www.clovis.edu/register and in the printed spring 2015 Class Schedule available in CCC’s Admissions and Advising offices, the North Plains Mall, and the Clovis-Carver Public Library.  Registration for spring classes begins November 3.  For more information, call 575.769.4747.

CCC Board of Trustees to meet October 1 {0}

The CCC Board of Trustees will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, October 1, 2014, at 8:00 a.m. in Room 512 (Board Room). The meeting is open to the public and employees are welcome to attend.

General Obligation Bonds will Provide Funding to Clovis Community College and Library {0}

This fall voters in Curry County will have the opportunity to invest in the state’s public colleges and universities without any increase to their property taxes. General Obligation Bond C (also referred to as GO Bond C) proposes a total of $139,755,000 for New Mexico’s public colleges and universities, of which $500,000 will be allocated to Clovis Community College. These funds will be used to repair aging roofing throughout the college. These voter-approved projects are estimated to create several jobs in the Clovis area, all without increasing property taxes.  More

Regional Artists To Host Narrative Through Arts Discussion At CCC {0}

Clovis Community College Eula Mae Edwards Museum and Gallery is excited to present “Tell Me a Story: Art as Narrative,” featuring narrative artists, Patricia Chapman and Darlene Olivia McElroy. Join both artists for an artists’ question and answer on Wednesday, September 3 at 4 p.m. in CCC Town Hall, followed by an artists’ reception in the Museum from 5 to 6:30 p.m. More