As graduates and former students at CCS, you represent integral parts of our College community as artists, designers, storytellers, solution makers, communication gurus, art teachers and original dreamers for the next generation of CCS students. Our goal at CCS is to enable you to remain connected with a place that, for many of you, represents a pivotal and formative time in your life.
Here you can peruse the alumni directory, our alumni profiles, the Alumni and C-Magazines and, if you are looking for a way to support CCS, we offer different ways for you to get involved!
Don't be left out of the loop! If you are not receiving alumni mailings, send us your current contact information.
We want to hear your news and share CCS news with you.
Stay in touch. E-mail us.
We're proud of our alumni and their accomplishments and we've established dedicated profiles to show what great things CCS alumni are up to.
If your story isn't already included, or if it is and it needs a refresh, just e-mail us so we may promote you online, in C and in various recruitment materials.
Also, don't forget to send us details of your exhibitions, activities and current workplace for circulation in our monthly alumni e-newsletter.
The more we know, the more we can help you.
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