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Central Washington University

wildcat

welcome

weekend

SEPTEMBER 14-18, 2012


class of

WELCOME

Wildcat Welcome Weekend will help you begin

to feel at home at Central. You will connect with

other students, become familiar with campus and

get acquainted with the many resources available

to you. We want to help prepare you for a

successful academic experience. In addition

to many fun activities, we have planned a variety

of valuable educational sessions and workshops.

to Ellensburg!

Hello Wildcats! CWU and University Housing and New Student Programs

welcome you to Wildcat welcome weekend // PHASE III ORIENTATION.

We have a great program in store for you over the next four days!

Get ready to begin the next step here at CWU

helpful hint :

As you are browsing through

this booklet, you will notice

a symbol next to some

of the activity headings.

Your attendance at these

sessions is required in order

for you to receive full credit

for University 101.


Attendance at the following sessions is required

in order to receive full credit for univ 101

At the end of each of these sessions, you will receive a sticker to verify

your attendance. Tear out this page with all the required stickers, and

turn it in to your instructor at your first UNIV 101 class.

UNIVERSITY WELCOME

& KEYNOTE

CENTRAL EXPERIENCE

PERSONAL SAFETY &

AWARENESS

THE ROLES WE PLAY &

THE MASKS WE WEAR GREEN DOT

PARTY CENTRAL WILDCAT WELLNESS

ACADEMIC

CONNECTIONS

*

Alcohol/Marijuana Education is an online session which is required for all

first year students. Upon completion of the online session, pick up your

sticker at the Wellness Center booth in the SURC on the following dates:

Sunday, Sept. 16 Monday, Sept. 17

• 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1 to 4 p.m.

• 3:30 to 5 p.m.

*ALCOHOL/MARIJUANA

EDUCATION

Carefully, cut or tear-out this page for your first UNIV 101 class.

name group # hall univ 101 #


TABLE OF CONTENTS

FRIDAY

University Welcome and

Keynote Speaker Will Keim .....................................

SATURDAY

Session Rotations ............................................

Wildcat Cup ....................................................

SURC-US .......................................................

SUNDAY

Session Rotations ............................................

MONDAY

Educational Sessions ........................................

= Wildcat Wellness ............................................

= Central Experience ..........................................

= Academic Connections .......................................

Outdoor Movie: The Avengers ...................................

TUESDAY

Bite of the 'Burg // Fred Meyer Night ...........................

Upcoming Events ........................................................

ITS Help Desk Open House ..............................................

Campus Map .............................................................


SEPTEMBER

Schedule at a glance

FRIDAY

PAGE

ON-CAMPUS

STUDENT MOVE-IN

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Residence Halls

PARENT & FAMILY

REST AREA

11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Wellington Event Center

YOUR CENTRAL

HOME AWAY

FROM HOME

6 - 7 p.m.

On-Campus Students:

Residence Halls

Off-Campus Students:

SURC 137 A & B

MEET YOUR

NEIGHBORS

10 p.m. - midnight

On-Campus Students:

In your hall

pm

am

FREE LUNCH

11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Holmes Dining Room

& North Village Cafe

Sponsored by CWU

Dining Services

FREE FAMILY BBQ

4 p.m. - 6 p.m.

SURC East Patio & Lawn

Sponsored by CWU

Dining Services

UNIVERSITY WELCOME

& KEYNOTE SPEAKER

8 - 9:30 p.m.

Nicholson Pavilion


Activity details //////////////////////////////////////////// friday

Parent and Family

ReST AREA

Relax at this informal gathering

with other parents and CWU

community members. Light

refreshments will be served.

11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Wellington Event Center

Your Central Home

Away From Home

Find out information about

opportunities, services and

the staff available to support

you. Be sure to bring your

Wildcat Welcome Weekend

[ WWW] schedule book to

every session.

• Transfer students will get

their booklets here with info

about the entire weekend!

6 - 7 p.m.

On-Campus Students:

Residence Halls

Off-Campus Students:

137 A & B

University Welcome

and Keynote

Speaker: Will Keim

Parents and students, please

join us for a 'Wildcat Welcome'

from C W U President Dr. James

L. Gaudino, administrators, and

your ASCWU student government

leaders. Then, find out why

Dr. Will Keim is one of the most

sought-after speakers in the

country, having spoken at over

2500 corporate and collegiate

campuses and to more than two

and a half million people. He

has authored and co-authored

14 books and is here to help

prepare you for the next step.

8 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Nicholson Pavilion

Meet your Residence

HALL Neighbors

Gather in your residence halls

to meet your neighbors for Fall

2012. Snacks will be provided,

and a sign-up sheet will be

available for the Wildcat Cup!

10 p.m. - midnight

On-Campus Students:

Residence Halls

Will Keim author of

"The Key to Success

in College and Life"


SEPTEMBER

Schedule at a glance

saturday

PAGE

FREE CONTINENTAL

BREAKFAST WITH

SPEAKER WILL KEIM

8 - 9:30 a.m.

Holmes Dining Room

Join Dr. Keim for your

chance to ask questions

and seek advice.

Sponsored by CWU

Dining Services

LUNCH

Noon - 1:30 p.m.

Holmes Dining Room

& North Village Cafe

Connection Card Required

WILDCAT CUP

RELAY COMPETITION

3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Tomlinson Stadium

DINNER

5:30 - 7 p.m.

Holmes Dining Room

Connection Card Required

SHIMSHI THE MAGICIAN

10 - 11 p.m.

SURC Ballroom

pm

REQUIRED SESSION

ROTATIONS

9:30 a.m. - Noon

The Roles We Play &

The Masks We Wear:

McConnell Auditorium

Green Dot:

SURC Ballroom

Party Central:

SURC Theatre

Personal Safety &

Awareness:

Hertz Auditorium

See specific times and

group #'s on next page.

COMMUNITY MEETINGS

1:30 - 3:30 p.m.

On-Campus Students:

Residence Halls

Off-Campus Students:

Student Village

Multi-Purpose Room

SURC-US

7:30 - 10:00 p.m.

SURC

Join us for this exciting

night of information,

food and entertainment!


Activity details //////////////////////////////////////////// saturday

SESSION ROTATIONS

group assignments

Group 1

Al-Monty ∙ Kennedy ∙ Kamola

Wendell Hill Hall

9:30 a.m. .......Personal Safety

11 p.m. ......The Roles We Play

Group 2

Barto

9:30 p.m. ...The Roles We Play

11 a.m. ..........Personal Safety

Group 3

Beck ∙ Meisner ∙ Hitchcock

9:30 a.m. ................Green Dot

11 a.m. ..............Party Central

Group 4

Davies ∙ Sparks ∙ Quigley

Off-Campus Students

On-Campus Apartments

9:30 a.m. ...........Party Central

11 a.m. ...................Green Dot

ALL SESSIONS ARE REQUIRED

FOR UNIVERSITY 101.

The Roles We Play and the Masks We Wear

location: McConnell Auditorium

Discovering the multiple layers of our identities empowers us to

reach out and build community beyond labels, to better be our

true selves. In collaboration with Naked Truth on Stereotypes, an

innovative theater process and production, CWU students and their

stories are featured in this original production, striving to expose

and debunk socially constructed myths of identity and stereotypes.

Green Dot: WHAT's WITH ALL

THESE GREEN DOTS?!

location: SURC Ballroom

Did you know you have the

power to change the world, and

you don't have to wait another

second to start?! You'll learn

how you can do just that and

unlock the mystery behind those

green dots all over campus.

Party Central: Exploring

Popular Perceptions about

Partying and College Life

location: SURC Theatre

This session provides insight

into the complexity of college

parties and expectations of

college life. Presented by Gail

Farmer, Director of Wellness

& Student Health Educators.

Personal safety and awareness

location: Hertz Auditorium

Presented by the Central Washington University Police Department,

this engaging session will help teach you about how to keep safe

during an emergency.


Activity details ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

community Meetings

After classes, you want to come

back to a place that feels like

home. We’ll discuss roommate

agreements and community

expectations. If you haven't

already, sign up for today’s

Wildcat Cup competition. We'll

also review the WWW Schedule

and answer questions.

1:30 - 3:30 p.m.

On-Campus Students:

Residence Halls

Off-Campus Students:

Student Village Multi-

Purpose Room

WILDCAT CUP: RELAY COMPETITION

North Campus is the reigning Wildcat Cup champion! Will

your hall take this year's title and the bragging rights? Join

us for the most wild and wacky relay race around. Sign up for specific

events in the relay with your hall staff at your community meetings.

Come out and prove your hall is the best!

WHEN: 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. WHERE: Tomlinson Stadium


saturday

Join your new "class of 2016" for an evening of

awesome entertainment and fun at the SURC!!!

The SURC will be buzzing:

Representatives from various

student clubs and organizations,

including the collegiate

sport clubs, will provide info

about how to get involved

and have fun at CWU; the

talented and ever popular

Steve Hartley will be drawing

caricatures; and the Photo

Booth will be open for pictures.

The Wildcat Shop will be open

and hosting games for you, so

be sure to stop by for a chance

to win great prizes.

This year, we've pulled out

all the stops for you. Direct

from Las Vegas, the incredible

magician Shimshi will take the

Ballroom stage to astound you

with magic and illusion. See

him up close and personal, as

Shimshi presents the same

show he performs at the

Wynn Hotel in Vegas.

And don't forget to bring

your Connection Card to load

up on food and beverages at

the Central Marketplace.

SURC-us

location: SURC

time: 8 - 11 p.m.

Shimshi the magician

location: SURC Ballroom

time: 10 - 11 p.m.


SEPTEMBER

Schedule at a glance

SUNDAY

PAGE

COMMUNITY MEETINGS

9 - 11 a.m.

On-Campus Students:

In your Residence Halls

REQUIRED SESSION

ROTATIONS

1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

The Roles We Play &

The Masks We Wear:

McConnell Auditorium

Green Dot:

SURC Ballroom

Party Central:

SURC Theatre

Personal Safety &

Awareness:

Hertz Auditorium

See specific times and

group #'s on next page.

DINNER

5 - 7 p.m.

Holmes Dining Room,

East/West Cat Trax

Espresso Stands, C-stores

& North Village Cafe

POOL PARTY

9:30 - 11:30 p.m.

Ellensburg City Pool

pm

BRUNCH

11 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

Holmes Dining Room,

East/West Cat Trax

Espresso Stands, C-stores

& North Village Cafe

LIP SYNC COMPETITION

[PRACTICE]

3:30 - 5 p.m.

Individual Residence Halls

MEET YOUR IPA!

6 - 6:45 p.m.

Individual Hall Lobbies

INTRAMURAL

TOURNAMENTS

7 - 9 p.m.

Nicholson Pavilion &

Recreation Center

JET CITY IMPROV:

"CAPTAIN SINBAD"

8 - 10 p.m.

SURC Theatre


Activity details //////////////////////////////////////////// sunday

SESSION ROTATIONS

*See page 7 for session descriptions.

group assignments

Group 1

Al-Monty ∙ Kennedy ∙ Kamola

Wendell Hill Hall

1 p.m. ................Party Central

2:30 p.m. ................Green Dot

Group 2

Barto

1 p.m. .....................Green Dot

2:30 p.m. ...........Party Central

community meetings

We will be telling you about

the opportunities you have as a

student on campus, and how to

get involved in student government.

We will also introduce you

to the First Six Weeks program.

9 - 11 a.m.

On-Campus Students:

Residence Halls

session locations

Group 3

Beck ∙ Meisner ∙ Hitchcock

1 p.m. ........The Roles We Play

2:30 p.m. .......Personal Safety

Group 4

Davies ∙ Sparks ∙ Quigley

Off-Campus Students

On-Campus Apartments

1 p.m. ............Personal Safety

2:30 p.m. ...The Roles We Play

ALL SESSIONS ARE REQUIRED

FOR UNIVERSITY 101.

The Roles We Play and

the Masks We Wear

location: McConnell Auditorium

Green Dot: You Can

Influence an Entire Culture

location: SURC Ballroom

Party Central

location: SURC Theatre

Personal safety and

awareness

location: Hertz Auditorium

LIP SYNC COMPETITION [ PRACTICE ]

Do you like to dance or sing along to your favorite songs? Do you

enjoy performing in front of a crowd? If so, become a part of your

Hall's Lip Sync Team. Ask your RA for details on how to sign up!

Residence hall teams will show off their routines Monday night. Lip

Sync teams are judged on originality, creativity, stage presence,

lip-syncing , choreography, hall pride, and audience response.

PRACTICE TIME: 3:30 - 5 p.m. // LOCATION: Residence Halls


Activity details //////////////////////////////////////////// sunday

Pool Party

Meet at the SURC Pit to head

to the pool for a moonlight

swim. Enter the now-famous

diving contest or practice

your cannonball. Snacks will

be provided by the Residence

Hall Association [RHA].

(Lifeguards will be on duty)

9:30 - 11:30 p.m.

Ellensburg City Pool

Meet your

international peer

advisor [ I PA ]

If your roommate is a participant

of the Asia University America

Program [ AUAP] please come

down to your hall's lobby to

meet with your IPA.

6 - 6:45 p.m.

Residence Halls

Jet city improv:

"captain sinbad"

Wing It Productions and Jet

City Improv present a "Twisted

Flick" performance: a hilarious

improv show combined with a

re-dubbing of the old B-movie

"Captain Sinbad."

8 - 10 p.m.

SURC Theatre

INTRAMURAL

TOURNAMENTS

[ dodgeball // volleyball ]

Participate in the very first

intramural sports tournaments

of the year. Sign up

with your RA or WWW Leader

Friday or Saturday at your

community meetings for

Dodgeball or Volleyball. Feel

the impact of intramural sports!

7 - 9 p.m.

Nicholson Pavilion

& Recreation Center


SEPTEMBER

Schedule at a glance

MONDAY

PAGE

BREAKFAST

7 - 8:15 a.m.

Holmes Dining Room,

East/West Cat Trax

Espresso Stands

Bring Connection Card

LUNCH

Noon - 1:30 p.m.

Holmes Dining Room,

East/West Cat Trax

Espresso Stands,

Central Marketplace,

C-stores & North

Village Cafe

Bring Connection Card

OPTIONAL PROGRAMS

1 - 6 p.m.

Challenge Course

Top-Rope Climbing Course

Sport Club Open Practice

more info on pages 23-25

LIP SYNC DRESS

REHEARSAL

2 - 5 p.m.

McConnell Auditorium

DINNER

5:30 - 7 p.m.

Barto Lawn

WILDCAT CUP, LIP

SYNC & AWARD

CEREMONY

7 - 9 p.m.

McConnell Auditorium

pm

EDUCATIONAL

SESSIONS

9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Wildcat Wellness

Central Experience

Academic Connections

More info on page 16

THEATRE MAJORS

MEETING

1 - 3 p.m.

McConnell 117

MUSIC MAJORS

MEETING

2 - 2:50 p.m.

Music Building Recital

Hall Rm. 175

AUAP ROOMMATE MIXER

4 - 5:30 p.m.

Wellington Event Center

FINE ART MAJORS

MEETING & COOKOUT

4:30 - 6 p.m.

Randall 117

BI-MART NIGHT

9 - 10:30 p.m.

Bi-Mart

OUTDOOR MOVIE:

THE AVENGERS

9 p.m.

SURC East Patio


Activity details //////////////////////////////////////////// monday

Theatre majors

meeting

1 - 3 p.m.

McConnell 117

MUSIC majors

meeting

2 - 2:50 p.m.

Music Building Recital

Hall Rm. 175

FINE ART majors

meeting & COOKOUT

4:30 - 6 p.m.

Randall 117

lip sync

DRESS REHEARSAL

McConnell Auditorium

Each hall must participate at

the time listed.

Davies ..................1:00 p.m.

Quigley ................1:20 p.m.

Sparks .................1:40 p.m.

Beck ....................2:00 p.m.

Meisner ...............2:20 p.m.

Hitchcock ............2:40 p.m.

Kamola ................3:00 p.m.

Barto ...................3:20 p.m.

Almonty ................3:40 p.m.

Kennedy ................4:00 p.m.

Wendell Hill .........4:20 p.m.

Campus Apts. .......4:40 p.m.

AUAP ROOMMATE

MIXER

If you or your roommate is a

participant of the Asia University

America Program [ AUAP]

come down to learn about each

other some through fun games

and activities. Enjoy some

refreshments and meet other

AUAP students and their roommates

as well.

4 - 5:30 p.m.

Barto Event Center

Wildcat cup , lip sync

& AWARD ceremony

Residence hall teams will

show off their routine. Lip

Sync teams are judged on

originality, creativity, overall

stage presence, lip-syncing,

choreography skill, hall pride,

and audience response.

Show your pride, come watch

and cheer on your hall!

7 - 9 p.m.

McConnell Auditorium

BI-MART NIGHT

Come one, come all to Ellensburg’s local Bi-Mart for an exclusive evening

of incredible savings and tons of deals. Take advantage of this event!

9 - 10:30 p.m. | Bi-Mart


Activity details ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

*

*

EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS

For each educational session rotation, choose

only ONE event or presentation to attend

during that hour.

* Those in LLC's must attend an LLC session

at the listed time for each group.

group assignments

Group 1

Al-Monty ∙ Kennedy ∙ Meisner ∙ Wendell ∙ Kamola

9 a.m. ...................................Wildcat Wellness

10 a.m. ................................Central Experience

11 a.m. ..........................Academic Connections

11 a.m. ...............Living Learning Communities

Group 2

Davies ∙ Barto

9 a.m. ............................Academic Connections

9 a.m. ..................Living Learning Communities

10 a.m. ..................................Wildcat Wellness

11 a.m. ................................Central Experience

Group 3

Hitchcock ∙ Sparks ∙ Beck ∙ Quigley

Off Campus / On-Campus Apartments

9 a.m. ..................................Central Experience

10 a.m. ..........................Academic Connections

11 a.m. ..................................Wildcat Wellness

*

Living Learning Communities

Applies only to Groups 1 & 2

If you have applied to a Living Learning

Community, attend the appropriate

session facilitated by faculty.

Wildcat Wellness

Learn how to maintain your financial,

personal, and mental wellness while

experiencing college.

Central Experience

Come learn about life outside the

classroom and discover opportunities

for enriching your life on campus.

Academic Connections

Attend at least one of these five

college presentations according to

your intended academic major or a

possible area of interest.


monday

9 a.m. Session:

• Douglas Honors

College (DHC)

- Barto

2nd Floor Lounge

• Banking Basics 101

- Science 203

• Conquering

Credit

- Science 240

• Dope on Dope

- Science 101

• Fire to Inspire!

- Mary Grupe

• ResNet in

Plain English

- Black 203-01

• Study Abroad 101

- Black 150

• College of Arts

& Humanities

- Randall 118

• College of

Business

- Randall 117

11 a.m. Sessions:

• Asian Pacific

Islander

American House

- Kamola Lounge 270

• Aviation

(Flight Tech)

- Wendell Hill B lounge

• Financial Literacy

- Science 337

• Freshman Fifteen

- Dean 103

• Got Sport?

- Dean 104

• Top 10 Reasons to

Pursue The Outdoors

- Black 151

• Undergraduate

Research &

Scholarship

- Black 137

• College of

Education

- Michaelson 221

• College of

Professional

Studies

- Randall 115

• Casa Latina

- Meisner Lounge

• Education

- Kamola 201

• Leadership

- Kamola Lounge 230

• Music

- Al-Monty Lounge

• Healthy Eating:

Don’t Weight

Your Self-Esteem

- Science 142

• Healthy Mind,

Good Times!

- Science 147

• Understanding

Your "B.O.D."

- Black 142

• What is RHA??

- Black 152

• WILDCAT PRIDE

- Black 201-01

• College of the

Sciences

- Michaelson 103

• Science Talent

Expansion Program

- Kamola 202

• Students for

the Dream

- Meisner Multi-

Purpose Room

• Look at Me,

No MIP

- Dean 106

• You and Your

International

Roommate

- Black 222

• Your Campus

Radio Station

- Black 202-01

SESSION DESCRIPTIONS

ON PAGES 18 - 22


Activity details ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS //

WILDCAT WELLNESS

Banking Basics 101

Location: Science 203

US Bank

We will assistyouingaininganunderstanding of various banking and financial related services,

processes and concepts through the

following topics:

•How to Use a Checking Account

•Benefits of a Savings Account

Conquering Credit

Location: Science 240

US Bank

This workshop will focus on credit & interest,

how credit works and how to avoid common

traps like making “minimum payments.” You

will see how small, everyday expenses can add

up over time.

Dope on Dope

Location: Science 101

Wellness Center

Learn everything you need to know about pot!

This is an interactive and informative session

that addresses pot culture and academic

life. Presented by Student Health Educators.

Financial Literacy

Location: Science 337

Financial Aid Office

This session will focus on what to expect as

a first year student loan borrower, including:

where to go for answers to your financial aid

questions, how to be a responsible borrower

and how to manage your student loan debt. We

will browse the various Federal Student Loan

websites to learn how much you have borrowed,

how to manage what you have borrowed and how

to keep your student loan debt under control.

Please come with your FAFSA PIN to access the

Federal Loan websites.


monday

Freshman Fifteen

Location: Dean 103

University Recreation

Beginning your college career is exciting... until

you step on the scale! The dreaded "freshman

fifteen" is a hot topic for incoming freshmen.

Let our fitness staff walk you through all of the

myths and realities of the freshman fifteen and

all of the ways that University Recreation can

help make your first year at CWU the healthiest

of your life!

Got Sport?

Location: Dean 104

University Recreation

Find out how to get involved with many competitive

and recreational sports offered on campus.

Learn about University Recreation, how to join

one of the 24 Collegiate Sport Clubs and how to

win a legendary Intramural Champion t-shirt!

If you are into fitness, love sports, or just want

to try something new, this session is for you.

Healthy Eating: Don’t Weigh

Your Self-Esteem

Location: Science 142

Dining Services

We will address issues about how to establish

a healthy body image, healthy eating habits on

campus and the recognition and prevention of

eating disorders.

Healthy Mind, Good Times!

Location: Science 147

Student Medical & Counseling Clinic

Learn about the mental health issues college

students most often face, the services that are

available, and habits one can develop to support

good mental health. Also, get pointers on how to

provide friendship and support to each other in

times of need.

Look at Me, No MIP

Location: Dean 106

Public Safety and Police Services

Meet the CWU Police in this presentation

that covers department facts, local and

university history, crime statistics for the

campus and community, and ways to stay

out of trouble.


Activity EDUCATIONAL details SESSIONS ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

//

CENTRAL EXPERIENCE

Fire to INSPIRE!

Mary Grupe Center

Center for Leadership and

Community Engagement

Whether you’re a leader already prepared

to make big things happen or you don’t

even know where to start, the Center for

Leadership and Community Engagement

is here to help you. Attend this session to

gain the knowledge of how to become a

better leader and make a big impact in

your community.

ResNet in Plain English

Black 203-01

ResNet Support - Auxiliary

Computing Services

Learn about computer services that are

provided by CWU. Don't miss this crucial

discussion on ResNet network overview,

bandwidth prioritization, Acceptable Use

Policy (AUP), Peer-to-Peer applications,

Viruses, Spyware, Internet Security and

Identity Fraud Protection in down-toearth,

understandable language. The IT

Help Desk and Networks staff will be

available to answer questions.

Study Abroad 101

Black 150

Office of Int e r n a t i o n al

S t u d i e s & Pr ogram s

Interested in learning more about the

world and yourself, while earning credit

towards your CWU degree? Study Abroad

and Exchange Programs offers study and

intern options in over 50 countries (and

exchanges with over 100 universities in

the United States and Canada.) This workshop

covers the basics which include:

types of programs, eligibility, credit, cost,

financial aid, and more.

Top Ten Reasons to

Pursue the Outdoors

Black 151

University Recreation

Hold on as the Outdoor Pursuits and

Rentals (OPR) staff provides you with the

top 10 reasons to expand your horizons

and get involved with our many outdoor

programs and rentals!

Undergraduate Research

and Scholarship

Black 137

Office of Undergraduate Research,

Office of Graduate Studies and Research

Make the most of your time outside the

classroom by engaging in research and

creative activities with Central faculty.

Learn about the many opportunities and

options for financial support available

for undergraduate research, scholarship,

and creative activities in addition to

presenting your work at Central’s annual

Symposium On University Research and

Creative Expression (SOURCE) in May.


monday

Understanding your “B.O.D.”

Black 142

Associated Students of

CWU Board of Directors

Visit the office of the ASCWU Board of

Directors (BOD). Find out how the BOD

represents CWU students in a variety of

areas that affect your daily life at Central.

From facilities and academics to clubs

and organizations, the BOD helps make

your college experience memorable and

provides you the tools to get involved and

understand college life.

What is RHA???

Black 152

Residence Hall Association

Executive Board

Take advantage of your time at CWU:

become involved with your Residence

Hall community, build relationships, and

most of all have fun! You will have the

opportunity to get involved, be a leader,

and have a positive impact on all those

around you.

WILDCAT PRIDE:

Homecoming & CWU Spirit

Black 201-01

CWU Spirit Committee

Were you on the prom committee or did

you help plan your high school spirit

days? Are you looking for opportunities to

put those skills to work? Are you proud to

be a Wildcat? If so join us as we highlight

our upcoming events and spirit oriented

leadership opportunities. GO WILDCATS!

You and Your International

Roommate

Black 222

Office of International

Studies and Programs

CWU students are from all over the world!

Your roommate may be from Japan, China,

Mexico, France, Seattle, or Yakima. Every

roommate relationship will take a bit of

work, communication, and compromise.

Come discover some tips on how to have

a successful roommate relationship with

someone from a different background.

Your Campus Radio Station

– Come Get Involved!

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KCWU Radio 88.1 The 'Burg

Come learn about the process for getting

involved in your campus radio station, 88.1

FM, The ‘Burg! No experience necessary,

and we can show you everything you need

to know to get your own radio show, work

station promotional events, or even help

out in our News and Public Affairs department!

Come check out one of the premier

state-of-the-art facilities on the west coast!


Activity EDUCATIONAL details SESSIONS //////////////////////////////////////////// //

monday

ACADEMIC CONNECTIONS

College of Arts and Humanities

Randall 118

The College of Arts and Humanities is home

to the departments of art, communication,

English, foreign languages, history, music,

philosophy, and theatre arts. Areas of study

within these departments teach students to

fully understand and appreciate all of the

complex physical, cultural, and imaginative

dimensions of human existence. A brief

overview of the college's departments

and interdisciplinary programs will be

provided, as well as information about

study abroad and internship opportunities.

College of Business

Randall 117

The College of Business (COB) is proud

of its heritage of creating value and

equal opportunity for its students. An

overview of academic programs within

the COB will be provided, along with a

presentation from current students who

will describe how they have discovered

value and opportunity in their pursuit of

business degrees.

College of Education

Michaelsen 221

Education offers programs in teacher

education including bilingual, dance,

early childhood, elementary, English as a

Second Language, family and consumer

science, health/fitness, library media,

reading, special education, technology,

and traffic safety. It also provides the

professional education courses that preservice

teacher candidates must take

regardless of endorsement area.

College of Professional Studies

Randall 115

Professional Studies offers a wide variety

of programs in these departments:

• Family and Consumer Sciences

• Industrial and Engineering Technology

• Aviation

• Information Technology and

Administrative Management

• Health, Human Performance, and

Nutrition

• Aerospace Studies

• Military Science

College of the Sciences

Michaelsen 103

The College of the Sciences is home

for the natural, social, and behavioral

sciences, as well as mathematics and

computer science. Its major programs

prepare students for a wide variety of

professional, technical, scientific, and

leadership careers. The college prides

itself on the opportunities it offers for

close faculty-student collaboration

across the spectrum of many scientific

research fields.

Living Learning Communities (LLCs)

Sessions at 9 am and 11 am

Meet the faculty, staff, & other students

in your LLC, have fun getting to know

each other, share expectations, and talk

about activities you would like to see

implemented this year. Those in LLC's

must attend an LLC session at the listed

time for each group.


Activity ACTIVITY DETAILS details // ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

OPTIONAL PROGRAMS

Challenge Course

1 - 5 p.m.

Enjoy an afternoon on the Challenge

Course with our fantastic facilitators.

Come climb the Alpine Tower and

take a ride on the Giant Swing.

$5.00 per participant.

Pre-registration required.

For reservations and info

please call: 963-3539

Top-Rope

Climbing Course

4 - 6 p.m.

Want to learn how to use the 50foot

Climbing Wall? This is your

chance to take the Top-Rope Belay

course, which is designed to teach

the skills needed to pass a Top-Rope

belay exam.

$15.00 per participant.

Pre-registration required.

For reservations and info

please call: 963-3512

OUTDOOR MOVIE: The Avengers

An elite team of super humans band

together as Nick Fury of S.H.I.E.L.D.,

calls to action a force to be reckoned

with. Loki, an Asgardian demigod,

puts Earth in his sights and it's up to

our heroes to stop him.

9 p.m.

SURC East Patio

Sponsored by:

POPCORN


monday

SPORT CLUB OPEN PRACTICES

If you are looking to practice a sport, travel and compete, look no farther. Here

is a sneak peek of what our 24 sport clubs have to offer. See the list below and

show up to learn about the club, what they do and how you can get involved.

Dress appropriately; you should have an opportunity to play. If you want to learn

more about the clubs and the program before you show up visit our website at

www.cwu.edu/sport-clubs. Here you can see practice schedules, who they

compete against and find contact information for the club officers.

Club Time Location

Archery 2 - 3 pm SURC 201

Bowling 4 - 5 pm SURC 201

Climbing 3 - 5 pm Climbing Wall

Cycling 3 - 4 pm SURC 201

Dance 4 - 6 pm Rec. Center Rm. 287

Equestrian 3 - 4 pm SURC 202

Fencing 6 - 8 pm Rec. Center Rm. 287

Golf 2 - 3 pm SURC 202

Ice Hockey 4 - 5 pm SURC 202

Karate 2 - 3 pm SURC 271

Lacrosse (Men) 3 - 5 pm Community Fields

Lacrosse (Women) 3 - 5 pm Community Fields

Rodeo 4 - 5 pm SURC 271

Rugby (Men) 4 - 6 pm Nicholson Rugby Pitch

Rugby (Women) 2 - 4 pm Nicholson Rugby Pitch

Soccer (Men) 2 - 4 pm Nicholson Multipurpose Fld. 6

Soccer (Women) 4 - 6 pm Nicholson Multipurpose Fld. 6

Swimming 5:30 - 6:30 pm CWU Aquatic Center

Tennis 3 - 5 pm Nicholson Tennis Courts

Ultimate Frisbee 4 - 6 pm Nicholson Multipurpose Fld. 5

Wake Sports 3 - 4 pm SURC 271

Water Polo (Men) 6:30 - 8 pm CWU Aquatic Center

Water Polo (Women) 6:30 - 8 pm CWU Aquatic Center

Wrestling 6 - 8 pm Rec Center Court D


SEPTEMBER

Schedule at a glance

TUESDAY

PAGE

ACADEMIC

BUILDING TOURS

10:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Residence Hall Lounges

& SURC Pit

BITE OF THE 'BURG

2 - 5 p.m.

Downtown Ellensburg

FRED MEYER NIGHT

11 p.m. - 1 a.m.

Fred Meyer

pm

Am

STUDENT CLUBS &

ORGANIZATIONS FAIR

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.

SURC East Patio

L.G.B.T.Q.A. RECEPTION

5 - 7 p.m.

University Reception Lawn

(Corner of 10th & D St.)

REQUIRED

COMMUNITY MEETING

8 - 9 p.m.

In your Residence Hall


Activity details //////////////////////////////////////////// tuesday

Student Clubs &

Organizations fair

Learn about the many exciting

clubs and organizations at CWU

and how you can get involved.

Can’t find what you are looking

for? Learn how to start your own

officially recognized club right

here at CWU.

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.

SURC East Patio

Bite of the 'burg

Join your fellow CWU students

and the Ellensburg community

for this annual festival held

downtown. Don't miss out on

free samples from various

restaurants, a dunk tank, a

scavenger hunt, booths from

local businesses, and music!

2 - 5 p.m.

Downtown Ellensburg

Academic BUILDING Tours

Locate where your classes are going to be held tomorrow–you don’t

want to be late or get lost on the first day! Students living in the

Residence Halls can meet up with their RA in the lounge to tour the

Academic Halls. Students living off campus or in the Apartments

(Brooklane, Student Village, or Getz Short) can meet up with staff

in the SURC Pit for the tour. If you haven't purchased your books,

ask your RA to also take a tour of the Wildcat Shop so that you can

be prepared.

10:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Residence Hall Lounges & SURC Pit

L.G.B.T.Q.A. RECEPTION

This is a great opportunity for CWU students, faculty, staff and

local citizens to welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and ally

students back to campus for the new academic year. Please join us

for light refreshments and quality conversation.

5 - 7 p.m.

University Reception Lawn

(Corner of 10th and D st.)

community meetings

Meet with your RAs to discuss

and follow-up on the roommate

agreement form, Community

Living Agreements, the First

Six Weeks Program, and other

important info you will need.

8 - 9 p.m.

On-Campus Students:

Residence Halls

Fred Meyer Night

Come to Fred Meyer for this

annual super-sale for students.

Enjoy some blowout deals,

coupons and prize giveaways.

Get everything you might need

to make your new space feel

like home.

11 p.m. - 1 a.m.

Fred Meyer


UPCOMING EVENTS

SEptember

9.17 Bi-Mart Night

9.17 Sport Club Demo Days

9.17 Monday Movie Madness

(MMM): “The Avengers”

9.18 Fred Meyer Night

9.18 Bite of the 'Burg

9.19 to Group Fitness

9.25 Demo Days

9.24 to Voter Registration Drive

10.5 in the SURC

9.27 Hall Opening Reception

9.30 Yoga Hike

FOOTBALL GAMES

HOME GAMES:

9.22 / 9.29 / 10.13 / 11.3 / 11.10*

Pre-Game Rally w/ 88.1 The 'Burg

every game at 11 am!

*Pre-Game begins at 10 am.

Volleyball GAMES

HOME GAMES:

9.20 / 9.22 / 10.2 / 10.11 / 10.13

10.25 / 10.27 / 11.3 / 11.15

Games start at 7 pm.

october

10.1 MMM: “Moonrise

Kingdom”

10.2 Intramural Swim Meet

10.6 Pig Skin Flag Football

Tournament

10.7 Arid Lands: Film &

Discussion

10.8 MMM: “Remember

the Titans”

10.10 The Art of Test Taking

10.11 Lion Rock Visiting

Writers Series: Poet

Kathleen Flennken

10.15 MMM: “Hunger Games”

10.17 Scholarship 101

Workshop

10.19 to Backpacking Adventure

10.21 with OPR

10.25 Fall Job, Internship and

Graduate School Fair

10.25 Reel Rock International

Film tour

10.27 Zombie Zone

10.29 MMM: “Brave”

10.30 Scholarship 102

Workshop

10.31 Boo Central

NOVEMBER

11.1 Engineering Technology

and Construction

Management Fair

11.1 Teaching Hanford Across

the Curriculum Workshop

11.2 CWU Bouldering

Competition "Cranksgiving"

11.2 CPR & First Aid Class

11.5 to Election Polling in SURC

11.6 137 A & B from 9 am to 8 pm

11.7 Parade of Nations

11.8 Hibakusha: Film &

Discussion feat.

Norma M. Field

11.8 Winterfest & CWU

Outdoor Gear SWAP

11.8 Warren Miller Film

"Flow State"

11.15 The Art of Scholarship

Essay Writing

11.17 to Search for Snow

11.18 Backpack Trip

11.19 Banff Mountain

Film Festival

11.29 Rope Rug Weaving Clinic

11.29 to Ware Fair Holiday Arts &

12.1 Crafts Festival

DECEMBER

12.1 Hanford Story Circle

12.1 Holiday Extravaganza

12.8 Operation E.L.F.


MONDAY october 8

Spirit Competition Judging:

Show your Wildcat pride by decorating your door /

office / residence halls. Judges will select a winner

for each category today for a prize!

TUESDAY october 9

Mr. & Ms. Central Talent Competition Finale

7:30 pm // SURC Ballroom

thurSDAY october 11

Women’s Soccer // 4 pm // Soccer Complex

Women’s Volleyball // 7 pm // Nicholson Pavilion

FRIDAY october 12

Barto Hall Grand Opening Ceremony & Reception

4:15 – 6 pm // Barto Hall

Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner

5:30 pm // Sue Dining Room

SaturDAY october 13

Homecoming 5K

9:30 am – Registration begins

10:30 am - Race starts at OPR

CWU Open House

8 am – 1 pm // SURC

Alumni Breakfast

8-10 am // Sue Dining Room

Alumni Gallery Exhibit Tours

10 am // Museum of Culture

and Environment

Women’s Soccer

11 am // Soccer Complex

Pre-game and Car Bash w/

88.1 The 'Burg, Wildcat Street

Fair & Alumni Tailgate

11 am – 1 pm // Tomlinson Lot S

& Walnut St.

Rally w/ CWU Marching Band

11:50 am // SURC

Homecoming Football Game

1 pm // Tomlinson Field

Spirit Week kick-off:

Noon // SURC Pit

Music, activities, pep rally and more!

Monday Movie Madness: Remember the Titans

7 and 9 p.m. // SURC Theatre

WEDNESDAY october 10

Steak Night

4:30 - 7 pm // Holmes Dining Room

Wellington’s Wildfire:

6-9 pm // Alder Street Recreation Complex

BBQ, music, contests, games, Challenge Course

and more!

Reunion Gathering

7:30 pm // Gallery One

Homecoming Dance

9 pm // SURC Ballroom

HOMECOMING WEEK *

Cat’s Den

Noon – 3 pm // Tomlinson

Women’s Volleyball

7 pm // Nicholson Pavilion

Comedian - Patton Oswalt

8 pm // SURC Ballroom

*Check the current calendar at

www.cwu.edu for updates.


I.T.S. HELP DESK

open house

What we can do for you:

Set up wireless (including

iPhone, iPad, iTouch and Andriod)

Help with Safari

Change passwords/PIN numbers

Set up new accounts

Help with general campus

computing needs

When:

September 15 and 16

4:30 - 9:30 p.m.

Where:

SURC 135


MAP-works

[Launching October 10]

MAP-works® (Making Achievement Possible) is a comprehensive

student retention and success program designed for first year students.

Students are measured on a variety of research-based factors including

their academic and social integration to the campus, entering skills and

abilities, and expectations of their college experience. MAP-works®

identifies students early in the term allowing for immediate support and

intervention by faculty/staff.

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CAMPUS MAP

BARTO HALL ........................... 1

BLACK HALL ........................... 2

CAT TRAX ESPRESSO STANDS ..... 19

CENTRAL MARKETPLACE ........... 19

CHALLENGE COURSE ................. 3

C-STORE ................................ 19

DEAN HALL ............................. 4

HERTZ AUDITORIUM .................. 5

KAMOLA ................................ 6

MARY GRUPE .......................... 7

MCCONNELL AUDITORIUM .......... 8

MEISNER ................................ 9

MICHAELSEN HALL ................... 10

MUSIC BUILDING ..................... 11

NICHOLSON PAVILION ............... 12

NORTH VILLAGE CAFE ............... 13

UNIVERSITY RECEPTION LAWN .... 14

RANDALL HALL ....................... 15

RECREATION CENTER ................ 16

RES-LIFE OFFICE ...................... 17

SCIENCE BUILDING ................... 18

SURC HOLMES DINING ROOM ...... 19

SURC THEATRE ........................ 19

SURC BALLROOM ..................... 19

TOMLINSON FIELD .................... 20

WELLINGTON EVENT CENTER ....... 21

WENDELL HILL HALL ................ 22


CWU

FIGHT THE TEAM ACROSS THE FIELD

SHOW 'EM WE HAVE NO FEAR

SET THE EARTH REVERBERATING

WITH A MIGHTY CHEER

HIT THEM HARD

AND SEE HOW THEY FALL

NEVER LET THAT TEAM GET THE BALL

HAIL, HAIL, THE GANG'S ALL HERE

AND WE'LL WIN THAT OL'

CONFERENCE NOW!

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