Mustang Food Pantry
9:00am - 11:00am
1:00pm - 3:00pm

The food pantry is located by Central Services. Please use the College Store entrance. Signs will direct you to the pantry. Your current student ID is required.

For more information, to request curbside pick-up, or assistance outside the regular hours, contact:
Jean Blais at or
It's not too late to register for spring courses! The 2nd Spring 8 Week term starts March 15th.

Need A Student ID Card?
1. Send an email to Central Services at requesting a student ID card.
2.  Include your student ID number, full name and mailing address.
3.  Attach a vertical head and shoulders (no head tilting) photo of yourself for the card. Snapchat and other app pictures with filters cannot be processed for Student ID cards.
4.  We'll print your card and mail it to you!
Have questions? Call Central Services at
(207) 755-5294 or email at
Student Security Officer
Central Maine Community College Security Team is currently looking for qualified students to join the team.

Scott Watkins

View the full job description by logging into CM Connect and then clicking this link: Student_Security_Officer.pdf (
Learning Commons Peer Tutors
The Librarians are hiring Learning Commons Peer Tutors. LC Peer Tutors help other students find and use credible information.

Jim Allard, Learning Commons Librarian
Peer Tutors in the Math & Science Center
Earn good money as a peer tutor, tutoring via Zoom, for The Math & Science Center!

You'll have the opportunity to receive a badge from Purdue University in Tutor Essentials training.

Diane Hamel, Math Science Coordinator

View the full job description by logging into CM Connect and then clicking this link: Math_and_Science_Student_Tutor2.pdf (

To view all open positions, log into CM Connect go to the Students tab, and then Student Employment on the left.
Mustang Mobile App Weekly Challenge: Take a beautiful winter photo or video. Post your submission by Sunday night and be entered to win a $50 VISA gift card! #weeklychallenge
Download the Mustang Mobile app on Apple and Android!
Entry-Level Software Developer

Generously funded through the Harold Alfond Foundation and offered through CMCC's Center for Workforce and Professional Development.
Mustang Fitness Center Classes
Call the Mustang Fitness Center or email Jordy if you are interested in participating in any of the fitness classes. Phone: 207-755-5165; email: Classes are via Zoom unless otherwise specified.
  • Spin - M & Thur., 6:00am - 6:50am 

  • Piloxing Booty-Builder - Thur, 7:15pm- 7:45pm

  • Chair Yoga - Sat.,10:15am-11:15am

  • Hatha Yoga - Fri, 8:00am - 9:00am 

  • Bootcamp - M, 6:00pm - 7:00pm; W, 5:15pm - 6:15pm; Thur., 6:00pm - 7:00pm
(all Bootcamp in person with masking)

  • Zumba - T, 6:15pm - 7:15pm; Thur., 6:00pm - 7:00pm

  • Zumba Toning - W, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

  • Piloxing - T., 5:00pm - 6:00pm; Sat 9:00am -10:00am

  • Piloxing Knockout - M, 5:00pm - 5:30pm

  • Tri-Group - W, 5:45 - 7:00am - Fri, 5:45am - 7:00am


Did you know that your student ID can get you a free lift ticket at Lost Valley in Auburn? Well, it can. With great snow conditions predicted this winter, get out there and enjoy the slopes. Your Student ID also gets you access to discounts on rentals. 

Don't forget your facemask and Student ID!

For more information visit:
Student Senate

Student Senate is a great way to meet new people and get involved! Join us at our next meeting.

Monday, February 1st
2:30 - 3:30PM
Zoom link:

PTK - Alpha Phi Xi

PTK will be hosting their bi-weekly meeting on Wednesdays until April 28th. All who are interested in PTK are invited to stop by.

When: Wednesday, January 27th at 5:30PM

Gender Equity

Join us for conversation, support, encouragement. Bring your coffee/tea or snack/lunch and let's share the stories of the first two weeks of the spring 2021 semester. The Good, the Okay, and the Interesting.

Wednesday, January 27th
Meeting ID: 952 9468 9332 
Passcode: 665007 

FMI contact Sarah Pierce, team leader, or Barbara Barth, club advisor,
Questions with CRU

When: Wednesday, February 3rd
Time: 12:00 - 12:20PM

The question of the day will be: How can we show God's love on campus?

Join us, it only takes 20 minutes!
Collection of Creative Citizens

CCC is curious: did you take our survey yet? It's just one question! Tell us what types of activities you'd like to do this semester by clicking here.

Also, starting in February CCC is kicking off monthly art challenges. The first will be a conceptual self-portrait photography challenge, so stay tuned!

Join our group page on The Mustang Mobile App or our Facebook group to keep up with our events.
Emerging Leaders Program (ELP)

In partnership with SMCC, CMCC students can virtually participate in the Emerging Leaders Program. Students can expect to develop their own personal "why" as a leader, develop leadership skills, how to run effective meetings, and how to delegate tasks in a group.

The ELP begins on February 8 with sessions running Mondays, 1:00PM-2:00PM and Thursdays, 11:00AM-12:00PM. The ELP runs until March 11.

To participate, contact Grimes Williams at
Were you in JMG in high school or middle school? Do you want an opportunity for a leadership role on campus? If you answered yes to those two questions, come join JMG here at CMCC. Meet your peers at our meetings and in return you will learn about scholarships, incentives, networking events, important college dates, and an upcoming spring community service project. If you are interested, please send an introductory email to Michelle at
The HOPE Program
The Higher Opportunity for Pathways to Employment (HOPE) Program helps families with low incomes to afford education beyond high school. The HOPE Program offers eligible students financial support for costs related to education.

If you need support for things such as child care, transportation, tuition or books, the HOPE Program is here to help you stay on track and reach your goals! For more information and to download the program application, log in to CM Connect, go to the Students tab, then to the Financial Aid page and look for the HOPE Program section. You can also visit the HOPE website at

Mitchell Scholarship

The 2021 Mitchell Scholarship online application is now open until April 1st! Please visit for the application link, requirements, and a few additional college and scholarship resources.
The Richard H. Pierce Memorial Scholarship

The Richard H. Pierce Memorial Scholarship is established in honor of MES founder, Dick Pierce, who passed away in 2011, these scholarships are awarded based on merit and financial need. The goal is to provide support for students who might not otherwise continue their post-secondary education without financial assistance.

Requirements for eligibility:
  • Be a Maine resident entering 1st year of post-secondary education
  • Intend to enroll or be enrolled in a two (2) or four (4) year degree-granting college or university, which is accredited by the Association of Schools and Colleges
  • Show a strong desire to complete their degree program.

Applications will be accepted January 1st - April 1st. To apply, please visit: Maine Education Services - Home (
For assistance with any transfer or career-related questions, please visit the Placement and Transfer Services Offices in Student Services or contact Liz Oken at or (207)755-5239.
Learning Commons & Tutoring
The Learning Commons is offering a new video about Windows and Mac differences. Gain resources about what you already know and learning what you don't.

Connect face-to-face with Librarians via Zoom morning, afternoon, and night, even on Saturdays. Hours and Zoom links are on the Learning Commons web page: Make an appointment with us, if our schedule doesn't suit your needs, email us at .
Bio 115/116 and Bio 117/118 Virtual Study Groups
Need help with Anatomy & Physiology? Join one of the free Zoom study group sessions! Attend the study group regularly or just drop in for a session or two. Work with other students to pool your collective knowledge into understanding. Plus, it's fun to study in groups!

BIO 115/116 - every Tuesday 7 - 9PM
Passcode: 990972

BIO 117/118 - every Wednesday 7 - 9PM
Passcode: 425862
The Writing Center Options!
Zoom Virtual Writing Center

Zoom tutoring offers students face-to-face, real-time help with their papers. Zoom conferencing will be available throughout the week on the following days and times through May 2, 2021.

If these Zoom times don't work with your schedule, e-mail Dennis directly with your preferred times and he will schedule an appointment at your convenience.
Brightspace Submission

To access this resource, easily get the Online Writing Center listed in your courses.

  1. Go to the Discover tab at the top of your Brightspace homepage
  2. In the Discover search bar, type On-Line Writing Center
  3. Click “enroll” and the On-Line Writing Center will always be available in your list of courses.

Once you have enrolled in the Online Writing Center, click on the Online Writing Center window and follow the instructions for submitting your paper. Tutors are notified your paper has been uploaded and will generally respond within 24-48 hours with feedback.

On-line W/C tutors: Rachel King: and Ethel Bowden:
Weekly Dining Commons Menu
Week of January 25th -
Are you already scheduled to be on campus and don’t have time or ability to bring something from home? The Dining Commons has online ordering available as well as in-person options. 

Monday - Breakfast: Made to Order Omelet's - Lunch: Meat Lasagna or Cuban Sandwich - Dinner: Roast Chicken
Tuesday - Breakfast: Made to Order Omelet's - Lunch: Taco Tuesday! or Chicken Burger - Dinner: Shepherd's Pie
Wednesday - Breakfast: Made to Order Omelet's - Lunch: Chicken Chili in a Bread Boule or Meatball Sub - Dinner: Pot Roast
Thursday - Breakfast: Made to Order Omelet's - Lunch: Homemade Mac & Cheese or Pulled Pork Sandwich - Dinner: Chicken Tenders
Friday - Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza, Burritos - Lunch: Chef's Choice