MAY2012
May 2012
Capitol Connector

Greetings!,   
 
As another academic year comes to an end, the entire college community takes time to reflect on the achievements of the graduating class. In this issue of the Capitol Connector look back at this year's Commencement and look ahead to the great things Capitol has to offer this summer.
Congratulations, Class of 2012!

Commencement 2012The Capitol community gathered on campus this past Saturday for the 2012 Commencement ceremony, and congratulated the Class of 2012 for all of their accomplishments.

 

The Commencement address was offered by Lt. Governor Anthony Brown who told the graduates "graduation is the beginning of a journey that shapes who you are and what you do with your life."

 

"Each of you must find a way to offer service," Brown said. "History will look back on your generation and ask how you made a difference."

 

During the ceremony, the Distinguished Student Service Award was presented to Jazmin Lockett '12, the Marilyn and Seymour Levenson Memorial Award was presented to Breah Sandoval '12, and the Avrum Gudelksy Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Carter Waxman '13.  

Get Ahead with Summer Classes

computer labIf you haven't signed up for summer classes at Capitol, there's still time. Registration ends on Friday, May 18.     

 

For the fifth consecutive year, Capitol is offering reduced tuition for summer undergraduate courses. A reduction of 33% means engineering, computer science and technology courses will be offered for $456 per credit, while business and management courses are available for just $236 per credit.

Meet Professor William Butler

William ButlerA professor in information assurance, William Butler is teaching in an area that continues to gain momentum and popularity every day. Helping students succeed and protect our nation is what drives Butler most.  

 

"Capitol College has a unique mission and blend of students which set it apart from its peers," Butler said. "The live lectures and online labs are always student favorites. 

 

Read the full interview with Professor William Butler. 

Find Capitol at AFCAE Conf. this Week

Capitol College representatives will be attending the AFCEA East Joint Warfighting Conference on May 15-17 in Virginia Beach, Va. Representatives will have information about Capitol's many programs available at booth 1300 this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The college is also sponsoring a happy hour for alumni at Mahi Mah's on Tuesday, May 15 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Please come and join!

 

AFCEA International, established in 1946, is a non-profit membership association serving the military, government, industry, and academia as an ethical forum for advancing professional knowledge and relationships in the fields of communications, information technology, intelligence, and global security.

Alumni Association Welcomes ClassAlumni Association  

of 2012 

Now that members of the Class of 2012 are officially alumni, you're entitled to the great benefits offered to Capitol's Alumni Association.     

 

With more than 5,000 alums throughout the world, you are a part of a distinguished group of innovators and leaders that have changed the face of science, technology, engineering and math for more than 80 years. The Alumni Association is your opportunity to connect with old friends, make new ones and provide opportunities for current and future students as they enter the workforce.

 

Learn more about the Alumni Association and the benefits available to you! 

Issue: 40          
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Commencement
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AFCAE Conf
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