Kody's Weekly

Cascadia's Student Life Newsletter: 1/31-2/06

ICYMI: Involvement Fair

Crumble Cookie boxes stacked up
In Case You Missed It: Student Life hosted the first involvement fair of 2022 for students to stop by and learn about clubs and organizations at Cascadia. Students talked to club leaders, learned about the many resources that Cascadia has to offer, and picked up some awesome free giveaways. EAB distributed over 300 @Crumblcookies to students who participated. Stay tuned for the next involvement fair in Spring Quarter!

Lunar New Year Celebration with IP

Lunar New Year Celebration 01/31 at 4 to 6 PM at Mobius Hall

Monday, Jan. 31st, 4-6pm

Mobius Hall

Celebrate Lunar New Year with the International Programs office on Monday, January 31st from 4-6PM in Mobius Hall! Join us for special games, activities, and food to celebrate the new year, the year of the tiger. It's free and open to all Cascadia students. For more information, go to our website under "events and activities": https://bit.ly/IPpadlet.

Questions? Email hmueller@cascadia.edu.

IP's Events & Activities Padlet

click here to check out IP's Padlet :)

Kodiak Cave Survey

Kodiak Cave Survey  Due 01/31

Thank you so much for taking the time to take the Kodiak Cave Survey. In this survey we are trying to gauge how useful our current services are and what we can do to improve. Those that participate will have the chance to win some prizes. 5 lucky winners will be able to choose from a Starbucks gift card, or kitchen essential items like brand new pots, oven mitts, baking kits, etc.

The Kodiak Cave survey is due by 5:00 pm on January 31st.

Link: https://forms.gle/H3oGaZMghw72bk8E7

If you have any questions, please email: kijones@cascadia.edu.

Link to the Kodiak Cave Survey

click here to take the survey :)

Casino Night

Casino Night at the ARC Overlook 02/02 at 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Wednesday, Feb. 2nd, 5-7:30pm

ARC Overlook

Roll the dice at EAB and CEB's annual Casino Night! Play Casino games like poker, roulette, craps, and blackjack to win fabulous prizes. If you are feeling a little unlucky, experience the magic from a live magician. With magic in the air, you're destined to win! Feel free to come as you are, and semi-formal attire is welcome!

Questions? Contact EAB@cascadia.edu.

Be Our Valentine

Be Our Valentine EAB Event on 02/09 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM CC1-LowerLobby

Wednesday, Feb. 9th, 12-2pm

CC1 Lower Level Lobby

Have you ever wanted a mascot themed Valentine's day card? Well, have no fear because on February 9th, you can stop by the EAB table to pick up your very own Kody the Kodiak valentines. While you are there grab some awesome treats and guess how many candy hearts are in a jar for a chance to win. Hope to see you there!

Questions? Email EAB@cascadia.edu

Happy Little Accidents Paint Party

Happy Little Accidents Paint Party date: 03/01 at 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM on Zoom use tiny link to reserve your spot by 02/14

Tuesday, March 1st, 5:30-6:30pm


We know that life can get stressful, so why not take a break from your studies and paint some happy little trees with EAB. EAB is hosting a virtual Bob Ross inspired paint party on March 1st at 5:30 pm with live special guest painter Evan Struck! Learn how to paint a Pacific Northwest landscape from the comfort of your own home. We will provide you with the supplies and all you have to do is paint! RSVP by February 14 to reserve your supplies.

Students who share a picture of their finished product will be entered in a drawing to win a Bob Ross chia pet after the event!

Questions? Email EAB@cascadia.edu.

Sign Up Link for the Paint Party!

click here to sign up by 2/14 :)

Kodiak Cave

The Kodiak Cave is the food resource center located at LB2-006 (next to Campus Safety).

To use our grocery services, please fill out the intake form first if you haven't already this school year. After that, all you need to do is fill out the curbside pickup/delivery form. Follow the Kodiak Cave Blog too if you haven't already. All forms and relevant links can be found down below.

Questions? Email kijones@cascadia.edu or email the Kodiak Cave at kodiakcave@cascadia.edu

We hope you visit soon!

Intake Form

click here for the Intake form :)

Curbside Pick Up/Delivery Form

click here for the pick up/delivery form :)

Kodiak Cave Blog

click here to read the Kodiak Cave blog :)

Kodiak Cave Website

Want to learn more about the Kodiak Cave? Click here for the website :)

Group Fitness - HIIT Classes

Group Fitness HITT class, see description below for more info
HIIT class is a total body, heart pumping, aerobic and strength conditioning workout. This interval-based class combines full-body strength training with high intensity cardio bursts. Modifications for all fitness levels are provided.

Questions? Email arcfitness@uw.edu.

Rock Climbing with Outdoor Wellness

Rock Climbing Van flyer, read description below for more information
Never rock climbed before, but always wanted to try? Are you an experienced rock climber, looking for a group of fellow rock climbing enthusiasts (or just a way to get to the gym)? Outdoor Wellness has got you covered! Come join us every other week for some fun indoor climbing at Vertical World Redmond. Transportation will be provided by the Outdoor Wellness Leaders, but you will be required to pay for your own pass ($22 for an adult day pass, and $67 for a one month pass under the student rate - make sure to bring your Husky or Kodiak card for this option). This is NOT an instructional class - we will not be teaching you how to climb or belay. However, we will be helping to guide you in terms of gear and partnership with other individuals of appropriate experience before and during our time at the gym. All levels are welcome and registration is open to UW Bothell and Cascadia College Students.

Questions? Email outdoor@uw.edu.

Rock Climbing Van Sign Up Link

click here to sign up :)

Outdoor Wellness Winter Programs

Winter Programs list of activities
Winter Programs Sign Up Link

click here to sign up :)

Cascadia Foundation Scholarships - Now Open!

Cascadia Foundation Scholarship flyer, see text below image for a description

Cascadia Foundation Scholarship Spring Cycle Application is available! Cascadia's Foundation offers many scholarships for Cascadia students. All Cascadia students and prospective students -- domestic, international, and undocumented -- are encouraged to apply. Applying is so easy! Complete one, short online/mobile application and be considered for dozens of awards. Go to www.cascadia.edu/scholarships for all the details. Apply by March 4, 2022.

If you have questions, please contact scholarships@cascadia.edu or 425-352-8201.

Scholarship Website

click here to apply now :)

Cascadia College Online Store

20% off Long Tee Shirts in February at the Cascadia Online Store

In February, save 20% on Cascadia long sleeve t-shirts! As the cold weather holds on, now is a perfect time to pick one up! Don’t forget to check out the great sweatshirts, jackets and hats to go along with them! As always, shop at cascadiacollegestore.com.

Online Store Website

click here to shop now :)

Designated Eating Areas

Cascadia College has designated areas for students, staff, and faculty to use.

  • Classrooms (CC1-041 and CC3-121)
  • Stopwatch Espresso vista area (CC1/CC2 Lower Level)
  • Outdoor tents/tables on the patio of CC3
  • North Creek Events Center across the ARC

Food Trucks on Campus

We have food trucks visiting our campus! These food trucks are located in front of the Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) during certain hours of operation. Visit the online schedule to learn about the operating hours and the list of upcoming trucks.
Food Trucks Schedule

click here to view the schedule :)

Text that reads "Clubs at Cascadia. Cascadia is more than just classes"

Cascadia Art Club

Come down to the Cascadia Art Club to relax, have fun, and create! The club is open to all skill levels, so no worries if you're worried about your artistic talents! We hope to see you there!

Meetings: Mondays (2/07 & 3/07) from 3:00 - 4:00 PM in ARC-210

Instagram: @cc.artsclub

Discord Server

For more information, contact: artsclubcascadia@gmail.com

CC Bhangra Club

We want to teach people about the folk dance of India and bring people of our community in one place to be comfortable with each other.

Meetings: More details to be announced for Winter Quarter

Instagram: @CC_bhangraaa

For more information, contact: ccbhangra1@gmail.com

CC Engineers Club

The engineering club is open to any student who is interested in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Through hands on activities, members of all skill levels will have the opportunity to design, build, and share engineered projects with other creative problem solvers. Get ready to strengthen your skills, create a collection of projects related to your career, and connect with your peers! Some of the club projects we've undertaken include designing 3d printed models, making a video game with python, and electronic prototyping with Arduino.

Meetings: Bi Weekly on Mondays (starting 1/31) from 4:00-5:00 PM in ARC-210 & on Discord

Instagram: @cc.engineersclub

Discord Server

For more information, contact: cascadiaengineers@gmail.com

D&D Club

Join us as we embark on adventures with interactive storytelling through the classic tabletop roleplay game (TTRPG), Dungeons & Dragons (D&D). D&D Club is an inclusive environment for game-lovers, RPG players, table-top gamers, actors, writers, and anyone with a flair for imagination. We work to promote team building, problem solving, conflict resolution, improvisational skills, world building exercises, character creation workshops, cooperation skills, and similar ideas. We welcome new and experienced players and DMs (Dungeon Masters) from all walks of life.

Meetings: More details to be announced for Winter Quarter

Discord Server

For more information, contact: dnd.cascadia@gmail.com

Japanese Culture Club

The purpose of this club is to provide a comfortable place for the students at Cascadia College to learn and experience Japanese culture together. In our club, we will share traditional Japanese culture such as Japanese calligraphy, origami, karate, etc. together.

Meetings: Wednesdays from 2:30-3:30 PM in ARC-121 and on Zoom

Instagram: @japanesecultureclub2021

Discord Server

For more information, contact: jcc.cascadia@gmail.com

Journeys Club

Journeys Club is here to help students realize their goals while at Cascadia. Student created and driven, we focus on providing the best help we can to other students to ensure their success, while having fun!

Meetings: More details to be announced for Winter Quarter

Instagram: @journeysclubcascadia

For more information, contact: journeysclubcascadia@gmail.com


Our club is a welcoming and accepting space for everyone who is a part of the LGBTQIA+ community, those who are questioning, and allies.

Meetings: More details to be announced for Winter Quarter

Instagram: @lgbtqclubcascadia

For more information, contact: lgbtqclubcascadia@gmail.com


NGIT (Next Generation IT) welcomes anyone and everyone. We want those who want to understand technology better to come and hang out. Even if you do not have any tech or STEM background and are just curious, we would love to have you come hang out, learn and explore with us.

Meetings: Bi-Weekly (next meeting 2/09) on Wednesdays from 3:30-4:30 PM in CC1-221 and on Zoom

For more information, contact: ngitclubcascadia@gmail.com

Sustainability Club

The Sustainability Club is a place we gather, listen, create community, and have events helping the local community that surrounds us! We volunteer with local non profits like the Friends of North Creek Forest and 21 Acres Farm! We also host our own beach clean ups to do our part for the Ocean! We like to discuss controversial topics within the environmental science world, and we encourage each other to grow and learn together!

Meetings: Mondays from 6:00-7:30 PM in CC1-240

Instagram: @Sustainability_Club_Cascadia

Slack Channel

For more information, contact: cascadiasdg@gmail.com

Volleyball Club

Volleyball Club provides students with an opportunity to interact with others through playing volleyball. We are welcoming anyone who is interested in it. It does not matter whether you have played volleyball before or not.

Meetings: More details to be announced for Winter Quarter

For more information, contact: volleyballclubcascadia@gmail.com

New clubs!

The Office of Student Life is excited to introduce the following new clubs! Stay tuned for the next few weeks to learn more about the clubs, meeting dates/times, and how you can get involved.

  • Bridges International Club
  • Business Club
  • Chess Club
  • The Book Nook Club

Join or start a club at Cascadia!

Interested in seeing a list of previously active clubs? Check out our clubs website and contact us if you would to reestablish the club!

Don’t see a club for you? Visit our clubs website to learn more about how to start your own club.

Questions? Email us at StudentPrograms@cascadia.edu. We can't wait to help get you started!

Clubs Website

click here to visit the clubs website :)

Connect with Student Life

Follow Student Life (Instagram - @Cascadia_College, Text "Kodiaks" to 76626, and Facebook - Cascadia Student Life

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