March is Advising Month at Mitchell. Students who plan to register for summer and/or fall semesters need to contact their advisor for an appointment so their educational plans can be made. Students without an educational plan will not be able to participate in online registration. If you are unsure of who your advisor is, please login to your WebAdvisor account and review your student profile. Any student who is not enrolled in a program of study or designated as a special credit student should make plans to see a counselor in Student Services to create their educational plan. Only new students will be advised by the advising center. Priority registration dates for summer are April 11 for students with 30 or more semester hour credits; April 15 for students with 9 or more semester hour credits; and April 17 for new students, or those with 8 or fewer semester hour credits.
As an incentive to encourage more participation in Advising Month, the College will sponsor a weekly giveaway for students who meet with their advisor to create an educational plan. Students will be provided a form through their Mitchell Community College email account that they will need to have signed by their advisor. Afterwards, they will need to turn the completed form in at one of the locations that will be included in the email. Each week one name will be drawn to receive a prize. More details will be provided about the weekly giveaways on the Student Services Facebook page or by calling counseling at 704-878-3288 for more information.
“Yoga is a physical and mental discipline, which helps to establish the balance, stability, and resources that mind and body need to function smoothly. This in turn frees up your mind, body, and spirit to develop their true potential.”
The major source of funding to support activities for Club ENERGY is Mitchell’s Student Government Association (SGA). We can ensure that we get as much funding support as possible by having students attend SGA meetings – be sure that you sign in as a Club ENERGY member, and our Club will earn credits for every SGA meeting attended by students on our behalf. Plus, attending SGA meetings is an excellent way to keep up with what’s happening all around the MCC campus!
The next SGA Meeting is scheduled for: Tuesday, February 26th at 12:20 pm in room 210 of the Vocational Building
Please let Mrs. Williams know if you are planning to attend this meeting, and if you have questions. Many thanks.
“What dreams did I create last night?
Where did my eyes linger today?
Where was I blind?
Where was I hurt without anyone noticing?
What did I learn today?
What did I read?
What new thoughts visited me?
What differences did I notice in those closest to me?
Whom did I neglect?
Where did I neglect myself?
What did I begin today that might endure?
How were my conversations?
What did I do today for the poor and excluded?
Did I remember the dead today?
Where could I have exposed myself to the risk of something different?
Where did I allow myself to receive love?
With whom today did I feel most myself?
What reached me today? How deep did it imprint?
Who saw me today?
What visitations had I from the past and from the future?
What did I avoid today?
From the evidence – why was I given this day?”
Please join Club ENERGY to discuss this semester’s activities, at our next meeting
Tuesday, February 19 from 12:20 – 1:20 pm in SB 203.
Bring your lunch, bring a friend, bring your ideas and inspirations.
See you soon!
Club ENERGY is sponsoring free introductory yoga classes for Mitchell students this semester. The classes will be taught by Ms. Chang, and can accommodate about 20 – 30 students.
Classes will be held at the Con Ed Auditorium on Thursdays from 12:20 to 1:20pm, on February 21, February 28; March 7, March 14, March 21; April 11, April 18, and April 25.
If you are interested in coming to one, or several, or all of these yoga classes, please contact Mrs. Williams for further information – firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Be master of mind, rather than mastered by mind.”
“Dreams are illustrations from the book your soul is writing about you.”