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Campus Connections test, What’s Happening, Sept. 14-Sept. 27

Academic Calendar: Monday, Sept. 14 8 a.m.-8 p.m., tutoring, Learning Commons Tuesday, Sept. 15 8 a.m.-8 p.m., tutoring, Learning Commons 11 a.m.-Noon, Library Research Workshop, Learning Commons 12:30-1 p.m., WISH-Effective Reading and Note Taking, Learning Commons Wednesday, Sept. 16 8 a.m.-8 p.m., tutoring, Learning Commons 12:30-1 p.m., WISH-Effective Reading and Note Taking, Learning Commons 50… More »

Campus Connections, Top Stories, February 9

Legislators meet with students, president SMCC students are being given the rare opportunity to meet with state legislators in small groups and let them know what a college education means to them and to advocate for SMCC. Lawmakers met with President Cantor and Dean of Effectiveness and Engagement Kaylene Mitchell in a series of meetings… More »

Campus Connections, In the Spotlight, February 9

Isaiah Lemay, Behind the Lens Communications & New Media student Isaiah Lemay discovered his passion for film when he was a high school freshman in Sanford and he and a friend filmed a short video for YouTube. Now he’s making the most of it at SMCC. When he’s not in class or filming Seawolves basketball… More »

Campus Connections, Top News, Jan. 26

SMCC to hold Community Café, gather ideas in shaping future Come one, come all! Students, faculty, staff and community partners are invited to give their ideas and input in helping shape SMCC’s future. The college is holding a college-wide Community Café from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday Feb. 13 in the HUB gymnasium…. More »

Campus Connections, In the Spotlight, Jan. 26

Student spotlight: Maisarah Miskoon, from Singapore to SMCC Maisarah Miskoon is a long way from home – nearly 10,000 miles. But she’s found a new home at SMCC far from her homeland of Singapore. She’s enrolled in the Liberal Studies program, is a vice president in the Phi Theta Kappa honor society, is a coordinator… More »

Campus Connections, Top Stories, January 12

ECE students promote childhood literacy Students in SMCC’s Early Childhood Education program are having an impact on young children in the Portland area through a program that promotes early childhood literacy. The ECE department and the Portland Public Library are collaborating on a project to loan 44 tote bags with filled with picture books and… More »

Campus Connections, In the Spotlight, January 12

Student Spotlight: Atencio Martin leads the way The Seawolves basketball team is among the nation’s best, and Atencio Martin one reason why. The second-year student from Kittery leads the team in scoring and rebounds, and earned national player-of-the-week honors shortly before the team reached the No. 1 spot in the national USCAA poll. Atencio is… More »