Tattoos, Caps and Gowns, PTK and Harry Potter

Good morning. First of all, IT'S FRIDAY! Secondly, here are a few things you should probably take a look at:

Monday, October 26th will bring a couple of important things to UACCM. First, Monday is the deadline to submit cap and gown orders for December graduation, so if you plan on walking down that aisle in a couple of months (for graduation purposes, that is) be sure to stop by the University Bookstore asap to submit your order. Remember: there is now NO FEE for graduation, so what've you got to lose? Monday will also bring "Totally Tattoos" to Union Station in the Kirk Building. The Student Government Association is sponsoring this event, which will let all students receive a FREE tattoo of their choice. Note: If you have a phobia of needles, don't worry-they're airbrushed. So drop in Union Station between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm to get inked for free. 

Receive an invitation to join Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)? If you did, be sure to attend an informational meeting on the club on either November 4 or 5 at noon in Room 102 in the Library Complex. Hint: if you got an invitation into this honor society, it's probably a good idea to go ahead and join...great times and good resume' builder! If you want more information on PTK, contact Tom Mcleod at, Laura Engleman at, or Michael Moses at

We're a week away from the final Starlight Cinema FREE outdoor movie night of the season! Next Friday, students, faculty, staff, and the community are invited to load up chairs and blankets and head out to see "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" on UACCM's outdoor movie screen. The movie will begin at approximately 6:25 pm and is totally free to attend. Concessions (including hot chocolate) will be available for purchase. Hope to see you there!

Have an awesome weekend!


  1. Do you know if they invited summer students to PTK? Didn't get the invitation but was LOOKING for it, expected it, was told qualified for it. . .

  2. Not sure about summer students and PTK. You should definitely check with the advisors listed in the blog post above.

  3. Can uaccm students bring children and family to the Harry Potter movie?


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