Campus News

This year, UC Clermont is bringing back the Foreign Language Club.  Dr. David Gómez-Cambronero Madrid is going to be the main advisor. This club, he states, will be “an all-inclusive student body-lead organization that promotes interest and celebrates the understanding of international languages and cultures.”

Are you a fan of “Pokémon Go?” If you are like the majority of students, you have probably already scoured UC Clermont’s campus to catch them all.

On September 7, UC Clermont students had the opportunity to attend a Pokémon Go-themed festival from 11am - 2pm on the commons.

On September 7th, Professor Axel Olaf Kern came to UC Clermont and delivered a lecture on healthcare in Germany, the country he calls home. Free soda and different pizzas were available to anyone who attended, with anchovy being requested by Professor Fankhauser, who organized the event.

 

Sri Lanka Service Learning Trip Information

Studying abroad is a dream of many college students. With the opportunity to experience new culture, to meet people from across the globe, and to just have fun somewhere they have never been before, who could resist? For UC Clermont students, studying abroad is very possible. Even this spring, an English 2089 class will be going to​ Sri Lanka.

 

 

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Every year, the Literacy Council of Clermont and Brown Counties hosts an Adult Spelling Bee. The goal of this spelling bee is to raise funds and promote Picture of UC Clermont's teamadult literacy in the community. With a slightly ironic twist, the UC Clermont team, the “Clermont Cougers,” won first place in this year’s competition.

University of Cincinnati faculty and staff can contribute to the communities surrounding the UC Campuses through UC Serves, a volunteer program hosted by Emerging Leaders in Student Affairs (ELSA) and the Center for Community Engagement and founded by Michela Buccini and Fran Larkin. Participants of UC Serves complete community service projects at service sites and receive a free t-shirt and lunch for their efforts, but more importantly, they interact with other faculty and staff members and give back to the community through focused service projects.