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Marting Luther King Jr. Day - Campus Closure January 21

January 18, 2019

1983 marked the first federal holiday observing the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In 1994, Congress designated it as a national day of service. Each year, on the third Monday in January, the MLK Day of Service is intended to empower individuals, strengthen communities, bridge barriers, and help create solutions to social problems.

As Arctic Dragons, we are encouraged to make a positive impact in our community. There are several local opportunities to take part in service projects over the holiday weekend:

Stuff the Trunk Food Drive: Accepting canned goods, boxed goods, toiletries and paper goods, including: peanut butter, canned meats and soups, coffee, deodorant, soap and shampoo, razors and personal hygeine products. Monetary donations are gratefully accepted and will support BloodnFire Homeless Ministry

When: Saturday, Jan 19, 10AM to 4PM
Where: Three Bears Pittman/KGB
             445 N Pittman Rd./3950 S KGB
             Wasilla, AK

Free MLK Day Legal Clinics: Alaskans will be able to meet with an attorney for free about their civil legal needs that include family, landlord-tenant, and public benefits issues. This is a public service project of the Alaska Bar Association, Alaska Court System, Alaska Legal Services Corporation, and Alaska Public Media in partnership with local bar associations.

When: Monday, January 21, 4PM to 7PM
Where: Mat-Su Senior Services
             1132 S. Chugach St.
             Palmer, AK 99645

MLK Community Door Hang: Connect your community to valuable resources by distributing door hangers with information about 211 and free tax preparation events. The effort will be focusing on specific neighborhoods on the east side of Anchorage. Learn more at All for Good.

When: Monday, January 21, 11AM to 1PM
Where: Susitna Elementary School
             7500 Tyone Ct
             Anchorage, AK 99504

All Things Dark Chocolate

January 17, 2019

It may be dark and chilly out, but there is nothing like chocolate to chase away winter blues. Join Winona Benson for a demonstration and sampling.

When: Thursday, January 24 at 11:30am
Where: The Atrium at MSC

We Make it Happen Together 

January 11, 2019

Time to roll up your sleeves and dig into Spring Term!

Throughout the semester, be sure to check in with yourself and your classmates. Make sure you are getting enough sleep, exercise, and food to keep you in top shape for your busy schedule.

If you need help at any point throughout the term, talk with someone you trust, a favorite instructor, a student service advisor, or a good friend. We need one another for support when we are feeling down, so take care of yourself and look out for each other.

Reach Your Goals in 2019!

January 3, 2019

The new year gives us time to reflect on our past and plan ahead for our future.

It is good practice to write your goals down. That way you can look at your list throughout the year for motivation and friendly reminders of what direction you want for your life.

Your goals can be personal, professional, academic...anything that challenges you to be your better self!

Open Advising at Student Services

January 2, 2019

Walk into Student Services and get your questions answered, apply for admission, and register for classes.

No appointment necesssary to talk with a Student Success Advisor!

Student Services is open Monday - Friday 9am-5pm and located in FSM 101, at the main college entrance.