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Following are some of the upcoming events and programs for current CCM students, sponsored by the Office of Campus Life, various student services offices, student clubs and organizations, CCM performing arts (drama, dance, music), the CCM Planetarium and the Special Events Office. This listing is updated on a regular basis, so check back often.

Upcoming Events is maintained by the Office of Campus Life.
 
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   * Links to CCM's discount ski/snowboard/snow tubing lift ticket information: Shawnee Mountain and Mountain Creek.  
 
  
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Monday, January 26: CCM Drama Auditions: “The Devils”
  • Details: CCM students: Here’s your chance to audition for the CCM Shakespeare and Company’s production of The Devils, a play by John Whiting. Show dates are April 30, May 1 and May 2.
  • Time: 6:30 pm
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • For further info: contact Dr. Cioffi at 973-328-5465 or rcioffi@ccm.edu
  • Sponsored by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department


Tuesday, January 27:  Inter-Club Council (ICC) Meeting and Student Leader Luncheon
  • Details: Join your fellow student leaders at this luncheon, the first of the spring semester’s monthly ICC meetings. Discuss your club’s upcoming programs and events. Lunch will be served. Sign-up at the Campus Life Office, SCC 226 by Thursday, January 22.
  • Location: Student Center, SCC Davidson Room 234B
  • Time: 1:00 – 1:45 p.m. (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: all CCM student leaders
  • Sponsored by: The ICC, SGA and Campus Life Office 


Wednesday, January 28: The “CLU: Campus Life Update” Published

  • Details: The CLU provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes lectures, films, meetings, bus excursions, performing arts presentations (music, drama, dance), concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows, as well as the Titans' athletics schedule. Check it out! Look for copies of it in various distribution areas located throughout campus.


Thursday, January 29: Workshop: “How to Improve Your Study & Test Taking Strategies
  • Details: Do you study for hours and not do as well on exams?  Perhaps it’s time to reexamine the way in which you approach studying and the manner in which you tackle your test.  This workshop will offer up suggestions and strategies on the best ways to prepare for your exams.   
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 160
  • Time: 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.  (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: all students. Students who are interested in attending can call the Counseling and Student Success Office at (973) 328-5140 to get more information.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Counseling and Student Success
 
 

Tuesday, February 3: SAPB’s "Welcome Back Bash" & Student Club Fair 

  • Details: Don’t miss the Student Activities Programming Board’s spring semester’s Welcome Back Bash. There will be free refreshments (Pizza Hut pizza, soda, water . . .), music, and more (face painting). Here’s your chance to get more information about CCM’s many student clubs and organizations.
  • Location: Student Center Lounge 
  • Time: 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
  • Open to:  all CCM students
  • Sponsored by: The Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB)
 
 

Wednesday, February 4:  The Youngtown Edition Published

  • Details: CCM’s award-winning student newspaper, The Youngtown Edition, publishes its second issue of the spring 2015 semester on Wednesday, February 4. Look for copies of it in the YE’s distribution bins located throughout campus.

 

Wednesday, February 4: Workshop: “Hone Your Time Management Skills

  • Details: Sometimes it can be difficult to make time for all of the little things one has to accomplish in a 24 hour period.  It can be common to get into a pattern of ignoring the tasks that have to be accomplished because it seems overwhelming. This workshop can assist students in gaining a realistic view on managing and prioritizing commitments and time.   
  • Location: Cohen Hall, CH 255
  • Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
  • Open to: all students. Students who are interested in attending can call the Counseling and Student Success Office at (973) 328-5140 to get more information.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Counseling and Student Success
 

Thursday, February 5: Morris County Clerk’s Passport Outreach Program

  • Details: Do you need a U. S. Passport? If so, please attend this program, making sure that you bring all the required documentation and required payment. Appointments are highly recommended but walk-ins are welcome. Please call 973-285-6161 to schedule; CCM students can schedule an appointment at the County Clerk’s table in the SCC Lobby on Thursday, January 22.
  • Details can be found HERE.   
  • Location: Student Center Davidson Room 234D
  • Time: Session 1 (open to CCM students only):10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.; Session 2 (open to students and the general public): 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
  • Note: General public attending Session 2 should park in Lot 6 or Lot 7 and follow signs to the Student Center.
  • Snow Date: Thursday, February 26 
  • Sponsored by: The Office of the Morris County Clerk
 

Thursday, February 12:  SAPB’s "Teddy Bear Factory” 

  • Details: Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Make your sweetie-pie a teddy bear (which is way better than candy or flowers or jewelry). Different types of ‘creatures’ (not just Teddy Bears) will be available for you to make.
  • Location: Student Center Lobby
  • Time:  12:00 am – 2 pm (or until we run out of bears!)
  • Open to: all members of the CCM community 
  • 'Adoption' Fee: Just $5 a bear
  • Sponsored by: The Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB)
 
 

Friday, February 13: CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday, February 14: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 1 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday, February 14: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.
 

Monday, February 16: Presidents Day – CCM Open
  • Details: CCM will be open on Presidents Day: offices will be open for business and classes will held.


Thursday, March 5 and Friday, March 6: CCM Dance Theatre Concert
  • Details: CCM’s Dance Theatre Company presents an concert of original works by CCM faculty, students and guest artists.
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • Tickets:  General Admission: $15; CCM Students, CCM Alumni, Children under 12 yrs. and Seniors 62 yrs. and over: $10. On sale at the SCC Information Window and at the door.
  • Sponsored by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department (973-328-5427)

 

Sunday, March 8: Daylight Savings Time (DST) Begins

  • Details: Don’t forget to reset your clocks one hour ahead.

 

Sunday, March 8: Ninth Annual Storytelling Festival of World Music and Story

  • Details: Don’t miss CCM’s Annual Storytelling Festival featuring outstanding storytellers and musicians who will bring to life tales and tunes old and new. Featuring Spook Handy, Robin Bady, Laura Keighn and Carol Simon Levin.
  • Time: 12:30 pm
  • Location: Student Center
  • Festival Admission: $6 at the door
  • To purchase tickets online and view the brochure, please visit www.ccm.edu/tickets/storytelling.asp
  • Presented by: The Office of Campus Life and the Office of Special Events

 

Tuesday, March 10: Workshop: “Career Choices

  • Details: This workshop is for students who are unsure of their career plans and/or confused about choosing a major. Students will take the Career Decision-Making System and be introduced to FOCUS 2 – an online career planning tool. These tools will help give students a better understanding about which careers/majors match their personality, interests, values and abilities.   
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 156
  • Time: 12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. 
  • Open to: all students. Students who are interested in attending can call the Counseling and Student Success Office at (973) 328-5140 to get more information.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Counseling and Student Success

 

Friday, March 13: CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday, March 14: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 1 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday, March 14: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.


Monday, March 16 – Saturday, March 21: CCM’s Spring Break
  • Details: Classes will NOT be held, but the County College of Morris will be open for business during ‘Spring Break’.
 
 

Friday, March 20: Spring Begins! 

  • Details: Spring begins (and, better still, winter ends) with the vernal equinox. Ah, spring! This season brings increasing daylight, warming temperatures, and the rebirth of flora and fauna.
 
 

Wednesday, March 25: Workshop: “Effective Communication Strategies

  • Details: Communication is a vital form of our everyday lives. Without it, we will be lost! In this workshop, participants will learn effective non/verbal communication strategies that will allow for a trust, respect, and create an environment where problem solving can thrive. By learning these strategies, participants will be able to better connect with others.   
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 161
  • Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. 
  • Open to: all students. Students who are interested in attending can call the Counseling and Student Success Office at (973) 328-5140 to get more information.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Counseling and Student Success
 
 

Tuesday, March 31: Creating Healthy and Safe Relationships” 

  • Details:  Healthy relationships involve trust, communication, respect, and clear boundaries. This presentation will provide valuable information about what a healthy relationship looks and feels like and common safe dating behavior. An understanding of domestic violence and abuse will be discussed as well as what legal resources are available.
  • Location: Cohen Hall, CH 124
  • Time:  12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: all students. Students who are interested in attending can call the Counseling and Student Success Office at (973) 328-5140 to get more information.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Counseling and Student Success
 
 

Thursday, April 2NSE's Free Funplex Event

  • Details:  Free pizza and soda, as well as go-karts, bumper cars, laser tag and games.   
  • Location: The Funplex, East Hanover 
  • Time: 9:30 pm – 11:55 pm   
  • Open to: all CCM students. Join New Social Engine members and fellow CCM students at this annual fun event, with an open mind and a sober body.
  • Free - but a ticket is required for admission. Get your ticket from any NSE student leader on campus or at the Campus Life Information Window in the Student Center starting March 23.
  • Sponsored by: New Social Engine (NSE) 
 
 

Friday, April 3: CCM Closed

  • Details: CCM will be closed in observance of Good Friday.
 
 

Monday, April 6 through Friday, April 10: Academic Advisement Week

  • Details: Current students - take advantage of priority registration!  Attend your department’s advisement week session to obtain advisement clearance for fall 2015 registration. Get all the classes you want at the times you want them. Register early; pay your bill later.
  • Location & Time: Check schedule for times and locations. Click HERE for information on Advisement Week and a schedule of events.
  • Open to: all current students.
  • Coordinated by: CCM's Academic Advisement Office
 
 

Wednesday, April 8 – Saturday, April 11: CCM Performing Arts Musical: “Little Women”

  • Details: The spring semester’s CCM Performing Arts Musical production is “Little Women”.
  • Time: 7:30 pm; Saturday Matinee at 2 pm .
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • Tickets: General Admission $15; CCM Students, Children under 12 yrs. and Seniors 62 yrs. and over: $10. On sale at the SCC Information Window, online and at the door.
  • Sponsored by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department (973-328-5427)
 
 
Thursday, April 9: PTK Blood Drive
  • Details: Phi Theta Kappa, in conjunction with the Community Blood Council of NJ and CCM Health Services, is sponsoring a “Blood Drive”. Please donate!
  • Location: Learning Resource Center's Multipurpose Room 
  • Time: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Open to: the CCM campus community
  • Sponsored by: PTK, CCM’s Honor Society 
 

Friday, April 10: CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday, April 11: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 1 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday, April 11: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.


Wednesday, April 15: Spring Semester Job Fair 
  • Details: CCM Students: need a job? Need a better job? Then come to CCM Job Fair. Full-time, part-time and summer positions. 
  • Location: Student Center Davidson Rooms
  • Time: 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
  • Open to: all students.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education
 
 

Thursday, April 16: GSL Presentation: “The Lenape and the Land”

  • Details: Survivalist and Eastern Native American expert Mike Davis, from Traditional Earth Skills, will speak on the topics of ‘zero waste’ and respect for our land, using the ideologies of the Lenapes and their lifestyle as an example as it relates to today’s environmental issues. These include climate change, overcrowded landfills and the lack of recycling and reusing.
  • Location: Student Center Plaza (rain site: LRC Multipurpose Room)
  • Time: 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. (College Activity Hour)
  • Open to: the CCM campus community
  • Sponsored by: The Green Student League


Thursday, April 16: Workshop: “Alternatives for Anxiety
  • Details: Feeling overwhelmed and stressed? Find relief from common everyday anxiety that can rob you of your ability to focus, study and do well. Various techniques will be offered.   
  • Location: Cohen Hall, Room CH 160
  • Time: 2:00 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. 
  • Open to: all students. Students who are interested in attending can call the Counseling and Student Success Office at (973) 328-5140 to get more information.
  • Sponsored by: The CCM Office of Counseling and Student Success


Tuesday, April 21 – Thursday, April 23: CCM Student Association Elections 
  • Details: The CCM Student Association will be holding online voting to elect students to elect students to serve on Student Government (Senate, Executive Board and Judicial Board), on the Student Activities Programming Board, and as the alumni representative to the CCM Board of Trustees.
  • Interested? Want to run for student office? Pick up your election packet at the Office of Campus Life, SCC 226.


Tuesday, April 21: SAPB’s Spring Picnic 2015 & Student Club Fair 
  • Details: Don’t miss the Student Activities Programming Board’s annual “Spring Picnic.” There will be free refreshments, ’freebies’, music, giveaways and more. And, here’s your chance to get more information about CCM’s many student clubs and organizations.
  • Location: Student Center Plaza  - between SCC and the LRC (Rain site: SCC Lounge)
  • Time: 11 am - 2:00 p.m.
  • Open to:  CCM students
  • FREE!
  • Sponsored by: The Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB)
 
 
Tuesday, April 28: CCM’s 46th Annual CLADD
  • Details: The Campus Life Appreciation Dinner Dance recognizes the achievements of those CCM students involved in CCM’s campus life programs: student clubs and performing arts productions: drama, musicals and dance.
  • By invitation
  • Location: The Skylands, Randolph
  • Time: 6 pm. - 9:30 p.m. 
  • Sponsored by: The Office of Campus Life
 
  

Thursday, April 30 – Saturday, May 2: CCM Drama Production: "The Devils"

  • Details: This semester’s CCM Shakespeare and Company’s production is “The Devils”.
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • Tickets:  General Admission $15; CCM Students, Alumni, Seniors 62 yrs. and over: $10. On sale at the SCC Information Window, at the door and online.
  • Sponsored by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department


Tuesday, May 5 – Monday, May 11: CCM’s Spring Final Exams
  • Details: The spring final exam schedule can be found HERE.
 
 

Friday, May 8: CCM Spring Music Concert

  • Details: With spring in the air, delight to the sound of music as presented by CCM’s concert choir and wind ensemble.
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • Location: SCC Dragonetti Auditorium
  • Tickets: Free Admission
  • Sponsored by: CCM Music, Dance and Performing Arts Department (973-328-5427
 
 

Friday, May 8: CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Space Extreme"

  • Details:  The universe is packed with extreme objects and events. In this program we will explore the biggest, the hottest and the most amazing things we can find. We'll visit black holes, supernovae, colliding galaxies and more - all of which push the edge of our understanding and imagination. (For ages 8 and up)
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.

 


Saturday, May 9: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Shapes in the Sky"

  • Details:  Our storytelling series features fun myths and legends from around the world and throughout history. The whole family will enjoy the engaging tales told in the program. (For ages 4 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 1 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.



Saturday, May 9: 
CCM Planetarium Public Show: "Tour of the Planets"

  • Details:  Tucked away in a roomy section of the Milky Way is an average star, surrounded by a small collection of eight planets, hundreds of moons and uncountable asteroids and comets. They appear as tiny specks from far away, but in this program focused on our Solar System, you'll see that each of them has a remarkable, unique story to tell. (For ages 6 and up) 
  • Location: Longo Planetarium (located in Cohen Hall)
  • Time: 3 p.m.
  • Tickets: $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 yrs. and younger, seniors, and CCM student/staff/ faculty. Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 973-328-5076.
 
 

Friday, May 22: CCM Commencement 2015

  • Details: Please click HERE for additional details about the graduation ceremony.
  • Location: Health and Physical Education Building - Gymnasium 
  • Time: 10 am sharp
  • Tickets are required  

 

Monday, May 25: Memorial Day - CCM Closed

  • Details: CCM will be closed on Memorial Day: CCM will be reopen for business and classes on Tuesday, May 26.
 
 

Sunday, June 21: Summer Begins! 

  • Details: Summer officially begins with the summer solstice. Yes! Summer! This season brings thoughts of days spent at the Shore and lazy days on the beach. Only 68 days until the fall semester begins at CCM.
 
 

Wednesday, July 1: Deadline for Applying for January 2016 Graduation

  • Details: All students must submit an Application for Graduation prior to their final semester. If you are planning on graduating in January 2016, you must submit your application by July 1 with the Office of Records and Registration. A non-refundable graduation fee is due upon submission of application. 
  • Contact: For additional information please contact the Office of Records & Registration, Student Center Room 220 (Tel.# 973-328-5200)
 
 

Monday, August 17: Fall Semester Textbooks Go On Sale at the Campus Store

  • Details: Fall 2015 textbooks will go sale starting Monday, August 17. Hurry in for best selection. Be sure you have your currently valid CCM student identification card. The store opens at 8:30 am.
  • Location: CCM Bookstore (aka Campus Store) in the Student Center


Monday, September 7: Labor Day - CCM Closed
  • Details: CCM will be closed on Labor Day: CCM will be reopen for business and classes on Tuesday, September 8.


All event information is subject to change and/or cancellation. Please contact the sponsoring department for confirmation or further detail.

 



CLU: CAMPUS LIFE UPDATE
 
The CLU: Campus Life Update, designed to keep you "CLUed into" what is happening at CCM, is published by the Office of Campus Life every other Wednesday during the academic year, once during the summer sessions and once for new student orientation in July/August.
 
Here's the most recent CLU: Campus Life Update

       * January 28, 2015 
 
The CLU provides a bi-weekly overview of upcoming campus activities, events and programs. This includes lectures, films, meetings, bus excursions, performing arts presentations (music, drama, dance), concerts, cultural events, Planetarium shows, as well as the Titans' athletics schedule. Check it out!



THE YOUNGTOWN EDITION

Here's the most recent issue of CCM's award winning student newspaper, which is published every other Wednesday during the academic year (Sept. - May) and once during the summer:  
 
    * January 21, 2015 


THE CCM STUDENT HANDBOOK

Here's this semester's CCM Student Handbook, which is published twice during the academic year (January and August):
 
 * Spring 2015