EXTENDED DEADLINE:
THIS FRIDAY, MARCH 21 @ 4 p.m.
 
APPLY TODAY AS A: Chalk Artist (all ages and levels, free registration, supplies and lunch), Vendor, Volunteer, Community Agency, In-Kind Donation Contributor, Sponsor (*Food Vendor Registration is Closed)


This year, the 8th Annual Women's History Month Street Painting Festival will bring to a closing the March month long festivities of Women's History Month. The festival is a lively mixture of art and community involvement, as dozens of chalk artists create their works of art in full view of students and visitors. Vendors, Chalk Artists, Graffiti Artists, Campus Amenities, Community Agencies and more attract hundreds of people each day (view media coverage from past years). This non-profit event raises funding for scholarships offered through the SWC Women's Resource Center and directly supports the aspirations of SWC students.

FESTIVAL DATES:
TUES. MARCH 25  |  9 a.m.–6 p.m.
WED., MARCH 26  |  9 a.m.–6 p.m.



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News
The Southwestern College Governing Board approved the college’s tentative budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year at its June 14 meeting. The $114.9 million spending plan includes $98.6 million—more than 85 percent of the budget—for personnel expenses, including $3.9 million to fund 58 vacant positions.... READ MORE
The Southwestern College Governing Board unanimously voted at its June 14 meeting to refinance a portion of Proposition R bonds to give taxpayers a potential savings of approximately $13.4 million.... READ MORE
The Southwestern College community gathered Tuesday for a candle light vigil organized by the Associated Student Organization (ASO) in honor of the Orlando shooting victims. ... READ MORE
This has been a weekend of mourning as we have tried to understand the murder of 49 and the wounding of 53 of our brothers and sisters in Orlando, Florida. The hate and prejudice that precipitated these acts must not be the behavior that defines us. ... READ MORE
Southwestern College will join Minority Male Community College Collaborative’s (M2C3) first consortium dedicated to improving and advancing the success of men of color as well as students from historically underserved communities. ... READ MORE

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