Event Timing: April 15th, 2016 @ 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Event Address: 1280 Fletcher Parkway, El Cajon, CA 92020
Web Address: http://parkwaybowl.com/
Join your friends for a fun night of Cosmic Bowling! Its time to let loose and have fun.
For more information contact Joel Yi at (714) 397-8635 or [email protected]
Join CMU @ Petco Park for The San Diego Padres vs. The New York Mets on Cinco de Mayo. Petco Park will also be hosting “College Night” where there will be a live DJ and thousands of local college students.
Thursday, May 5 2016 @ 7:10
Petco Park 100 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101
Contact us at (714) 397-8635 or [email protected]
Tuesday, July 19, 2016 @ 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM
2920 Zoo Dr.
San Diego, CA 92101
San Diego Zoo Global is committed to saving species worldwide by uniting expertise in animal care, conservation science, and dedication to inspiring passion for nature.
For more information and to sign up, check out our registration page.
Event Timing: September 23, 2016 @ 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Event Address: Miramar Way, San Diego, CA 92145
Web Address: www.miramarairshow.com
Join your friends for a fun day of watching Americas finest! This event is BYOC, meaning “Bring Your Own Chair”. Send an email to the Student Association Coordinator to register today! [email protected]
Event Address: 100 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101
Web Address: m.mlb.com/padres/tickets/info/collegenights
Event Timing: October 14, 2016 @ 8:00 PM – ???
Event Address: 424 Market Street, at the corner of Fourth & Market
Web Address: http://hauntedhotel.com/home/
“This year, plunge into the chaos of the Hellevator, stroll down the Zombie infested alley, play with the creepy dolls of Doll Island, take a ride to insanity on the Clown Subway, and survive the mayhem of the Twisted Torture Temple! The Haunted Hotel is packed full of spine tingling, heart pounding effects that are so real they will keep you screaming for your life as you try to find your way out.” -The Haunted Hotel
Event Timing: December 3rd, 2016 at 8:00 PM
Event Address: 750 B St, San Diego, CA 92101
Pricing: Student Tickets are only $5 with promo code STUDENT
The San Diego Symphony will be hosting Student Night at Copley Symphony Hall. Enjoy the “awesome power, beauty and danger of our universe on display in the melodic and harmonic soundscapes of two composers separated by time but synchronized in world-encompassing vision.”
Event Timing: Entry forms must be submitted and doors decorated by Saturday, December 10th by 1:00 PM to qualify and winners will be awarded at CMUs’ Christmas party!
Event Address: California Miramar University: 3550 Camino Del Rio N, San Diego CA, 92108
California Miramar University will be hosting our second annual “Holiday Door Decorating Contest.”
How do I sign-up?
- Get a team of 2-5 people
- Pick up $10 to buy decorations (decoration money will be provided by CMU)
- Your theme should be based on the following options:
- A winter scene
- Design your assigned door!
Contact the Student Association – Joel Yi at [email protected]
Event Timing: Raffle winners will be chosen December 15th
Event Address: 3550 Camino Del Rio N. San Diego CA 92018
The CMU Student Association will be partnering with It’s All About the Kids® Foundation to raise money for a less fortunate family in San Diego.
The CMU Student Association will be raffling unique themed baskets (Sports, Date Night, Coffee Junkie, In-N-Out…etc). Ticket sales will go from November 1st – December 15th. Winners announced on December 15th.
If you would like to help support our team or interested in entering our raffle, please send an email to Joel Yi at [email protected].
Event Timing: December 15, 2016 from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Event Address: California Miramar University: 3550 Camino Del Rio N, San Diego CA, 92108
California Miramar University will be hosting a Holiday Open House and Bites event! Students are encouraged to bring snacks/appetizers from your home country while indulging in other snacks from around the globe. We will be featuring the Ugly Sweater Contest and revealing the winners of the lucky draw raffle!
For more information about how you can participate in the event/raffle/sweater contest, please feel free to contact [email protected]
Come out and enjoy a good time with your fellow CMU students at BOOMERS! to relieve some stress before finals! For just $30 you’ll get all day unlimited Go Karts, Miniature Golf, Bumper Boats, Laser Tag, Helicopter and Tea Cup rides, plus lunch!
10:30 AM-Whenever you want to go home!
1525 W Vista Way
Vista, CA 92083
**You may need a ride? No problem!
**Please sign-up quickly as we will have limited tickets! Last day to sign up is Friday, February 3rd
SIGN UP by sending an email to Ahmed @ [email protected]
2920 Zoo Dr.
San Diego, CA 92101
San Diego Zoo Global is committed to saving species worldwide by uniting expertise in animal care, conservation science, and dedication to inspiring passion for nature. Sign-up soon as registration closes on Monday February 27th
Sign up today!
For more information contact Joel Yi at [email protected]
Finals week is upon us, but don’t stress! Come “chill” and enjoy some free ice cream!
The CMU Student Association is hosting an Ice Cream Social one hour before your tests (or directly after your tests if you have a morning class.) Take a break, clear your mind and enjoy a create-your-own Ice Cream Sundae Party!
Students will be celebrating Earth Day April 27, 2019 by cleaning up the San Diego River in the Mission Valley Area!
California Miramar University teamed up with ‘The Clean & Green River Clean-up’ to help clean up the Mission Valley Area of the San Diego River to celebrate Earth Day! CMU students, please bring your classmates friends and family because it will be fun and rewarding for the whole family. Lunch will be held after the clean up. Please wear pants and closed toed shoes. Because the activity is from 9:00am – 12:00pm, it is a good idea to arrive at 8:45am.
The Clean & Green River Cleanup will be on Saturday, April 27th from 9am-12pm at Mission Valley Preserve.
Each year, San Diego River Park Foundation volunteers remove more than 200,000 pounds of trash from our River. Without our amazing volunteers, this trash would remain to pollute native animal habitats, create unsightly piles in our parks and public spaces, leach contaminants into the water, and could be washed out in to our ocean and beaches!
The NEAREST address for the meeting location is 2508 Hotel Circle Place. Please note that this is an approximate address. This address is referencing the Presidio Little League Sefton Baseball Fields which are directly east of the event meeting location. The meeting location is located at Cottonwood Grove in Mission Valley Preserve. To get there, enter through Sefton Baseball Fields, drive down the dirt road on the right hand side of the fields and follow the road to the west end. Park along the fence at the west end of the ball fields. Please be vigilant of bicyclists that may be using the nearby bike path. Once parked, walk west along the bike path a short distance into the preserve; we’ll be set up just inside.
CMU is Headed to the San Diego Zoo for a Behind the Scenes Tour about Careers and Learning Opportunities with the Amazing Zoo Staff.
Step 1: Sign Up on Sign up Sheet.
Step 2: Pre-Pay for the Tickets (Deadline for Sign Up is May 9th) Pay your money to the CMU Front Desk (Suite 208).
Step 3: Meet at the Zoo Entrance Lion Statue – 8:30am on May 16th.
Day of the Event Schedule:
Meet at the Zoo Entrance Lion Statue at 8:30am
Behind the Scenes Tour: 8:45am – 11:00am
Zoo General Day Pass: 11am – 6pm
(if you have guests, you will meet them after the tour at 11am)
The Behind the Scenes Tour:
This is a two-hour entertaining and educational adventure offering a special behind-the-scenes view of careers in this industry and interesting information about how we take care of our animals. It is filled with experiences and stories you can’t get anywhere else. You’ll be part of a small group traveling the Zoo on foot and in a bus tour visiting off-exhibit areas. See the Zoo the way everyone wishes they could – from behind the scenes!
CMU Students, Family, & Friends are all invited to join us for an entertaining, tasty, and informative indoor/outdoor adventure through 32 Different Cultures in the International Cottages in Balboa Park
Where: 2191 West Pan American Road, San Diego, CA 92101
Park & Meet at the corner of Pan American Ed. E & Presidents Way
When: Sunday – June 30th 2019 – Meet at 1:00 pm
CMU will provide snacks & Raffle off Gift Certificates for people to attend (Raffle prizes drawn at 2pm).
We will be meeting at the International Cottages in Balboa Park and Touring the Cottages, Eating Snacks, and putting names in our Free Raffle for Gift Certificates.
This event is fun for everyone, with a special Lawn Program from the USA in celebration of Independence Day starting at 2pm.
If you have any questions, please email [email protected]
Seminar Topic: Human Trafficking Task Force and Combating Sex Crimes and Human Trafficking in San Diego
When: Monday, August 12th, 2019 at 4:00pm
Where: California Miramar University – San Diego Campus 3550 Camino Del Rio N. Suite 106, Classroom C, San Diego, CA 92108
CMU is happy to welcome Deputy District Attorney Carolyn Matzger.
All students are welcome to join Prof. Kulis’s class for this guest speaker as she discusses her role as part of the San Diego District Attorney’s Human Trafficking Task Force and ways to combat Sex Crimes and Human Trafficking in San Diego.
Seminar Topic: Digital Technology, Process Mining
When: Monday, August 26th, 2019 at 3:00pm
Where: California Miramar University – San Diego Campus 3550 Camino Del Rio N. Suite 106, San Diego, CA 92108
As Vice President of Business Intelligence for Siemens AG, Germany, Dr. Reinkemeyer is responsible, among other things, to support the Company’s Digital Transformation with BI and Process Mining Technology. Since 2008 he pursued Big-Data-Analytics to drive digital transformation, i.e. by leveraging innovative Process Mining methodology. In addition to IT, he commands international leadership experience in Strategy, Sales, Distribution, Compliance and is a guest speaker at Stanford GSB and UCSB.
The organizer of this event is Miramar University’s newly formed Institute, ‘Industry 4.0 Center of Excellence’, directed by Prof. Dr. Georg Schlueter.
In his seminar, Dr. Reinkemeyer will address the industry’s Digital Transformation phenomena and key digital tools that Siemens deployed to harness the opportunities of the digital age. Big Data Analytics, i.e., Process Mining has established itself as one of Siemens’ key digital tools. Millions of events are visualized and optimized by Digital Twins in the areas of Purchasing, Logistics, Manufacturing, Finance and Sales. The session will present the transformational journey of Siemens with a particular focus on Process Mining and real-world use cases, including Value Chain Innovations in the field of Purchase2Pay, Manufacturing, Logistics and Order2Cash. The session will demonstrate how Digital Transformation is driven by using Digital Twins of the Organization, which allow insights to action from top management to operational teams. As an outlook, Dr. Reinkemeyer will demonstrate how Process Mining supports Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and takes advantage of Predictive Analytics and Artificial
You are cordially invited to this inaugural event of the Industry 4.0 Center of Excellence.
Light dinner will be served. Please contact Andi O’Briant to reserve your seat at the seminar.
Andi O’Briant, Digital Marketing Administrator, 858. 653. 3000 ext. 26 or email [email protected]
Padres Career & Leadership Education Night
Tuesday, September 10th at Petco Park
Your ticket to the Padres game will act as your admittance to the Panel Session and Career Fair. Please enter through the East Village Gate (located at the corner of K Street and 10th Ave.).
We ask that you please arrive by 4:15pm so everyone can get through security and be seated by 4:40pm for the start of the event.
4:15 PM – East Village Gate Opens
4:40 PM – Panel Discussion with Padres, HP, and Fox Sports San Diego Executives
5:20 PM – Padres Career Fair
7:10 PM – 1st Pitch vs Cubs
Students will be sitting on the sidewalk and on the grass hill in Park at the Park for the presentation You can bring a beach towel or blanket to sit on if you would like.
During the Career Fair portion of the event, we will have two tables set up with Human Resources representatives offering resume feedback to students. Please make sure students bring their resumes with them.
- Parking at the Padres Tailgate Lot is $21 in advance via www.padres.com/transportation. Entrance and exit to this surface lot is on 13th Street at K Street or Imperial Avenue between 12th Ave and 14th Street.
- Bus parking is complimentary and available on 14th Street. The bus drop off is located on 10th Avenue before Park Blvd. We recommend the bus unload on 10th Ave and then have the driver proceed to 14th St and Imperial Avenue.
What Can I Bring Into The Ballpark?:
The San Diego Padres allow guests to bring food into Petco Park as long as the items are consumed in the general seating or designated picnic areas:
- All food items should be wrapped, bagged, or left inside a container to avoid spillage.
- Food that could be thrown as a projectile should be sliced or sectioned (i.e., oranges, apples and other fruits).
- Food containers must be soft-sided and small enough to fit under the guest’s seat.
- Sealed, bottles of water (1 liter or less), soft-sided juice or milk containers are the only outside beverages permitted into Petco Park.
- Guests may also bring empty, sport-type water bottles and fill them at any water fountain throughout the ballpark.
- Guests with disabilities may bring factory-sealed plastic or paper containers that contain liquids required for medical reasons into the ballpark.
All bottles, cans, thermoses, jugs and soft-sided containers and bags that measure 16″ x 16″x 8” or smaller are permitted into Petco Park. All bags and containers are subject to search by security prior to entering the ballpark.
Hard-sided coolers, bags, backpacks with metal frames, or items that exceed 16″ x 16″ x 8” limitations are not permitted into Petco Park.
You are invited to join CMU for the Special San Diego Padres Career and Leadership Education Night! The first 20 students will receive the discounted ticket price of $10 per ticket.
Your Ticket will get you access to 1.) Panel Session / Q&A with the Padres Executives 2.) Resume Workshop 3.) Padres Career Fair with Representatives from Sales, Human Resources, Marketing, Finance, Information Technology, & other departments within the Padres Front Office 4.) Ticket to watch the Padres vs Cubs Game at 7:10pm (The end time of the game is unknown, but most games last about 3 hours- the career night ends around game time at 7:10pm)
Don’t miss out on this career & networking opportunity!
Email [email protected] to sign up to go to this event.
Happy Constitution Day! Please post what you like most about the U.S. Constitution!
You are invited to the student lounge area for snacks, pictures, a free U.S. Constitution booklet (while supplies last), and thoughtful interesting discussion about what the U.S. Constitution means to you and what impact this document has had on human history and what you like most about the U.S. Constitution.
What to BRING: Food Item to Share, Portable Folding Chairs, Sunscreen, & Dancing Shoes
Agenda for the International Festival
You will not want to miss a moment, events will run the whole time!
• 12:00pm: Arrive at La Jolla Shores & Park (2112 Vallecitos, La Jolla, CA 92037) – Find your country table and set your food items out for sharing
• 1:00pm: Food is shared with everyone as we go around the country tables
• 2:00pm: Fashion Show contestants gather: (Show starts at 2:15pm)
Everyone who dresses up is welcome in the Show!
• 3:00pm: Dance Party, Games, Arts, Crafts
Dance Party: Bring your best dance moves and teach everyone or have them repeat after you to learn
Games: Corn Hole competition, Board Games, (bring your favorite!)
Crafts: Facepainting, Balloon Animals, Bracelet Making
Art Creation: Drawing, Coloring Contest, Construction Paper Art
• 4:00pm: Storytelling: (Open to Everyone to share a story)
– “What are the differences & similarities between your life in your home country and your life in the United States?”
– “Famous/popular kids story you were told as a child”
– “Story of your childhood that you think changed your life”
– “Local fairy-tails from your country”
• 5:00pm: International Festival comes to an end – Say Good Bye
DATE UPDATE! NOVEMBER 16th, 2019:
California Miramar University will be celebrating our International Festival 2019 with International Food, Drink, Music, Dancing, Kids Activities, and Student Awards! We all will be enjoying a Saturday at La Jolla Shores with Food, Music, Art, Games, and Clothing Styles from different countries and we want you to join us to get to know other CMU students, alumni, staff, faculty, and friends & family at this exciting event. I have sent an official email invite to CMU students and alumni, but if you didn’t get the invite yet, please email me your new email address you would like your invite sent to (my email is [email protected]).
No Cost, Just bring a food item from your Country to Share!
WHEN: November 16th, 2019 from 1pm-5pm
WHERE: La Jolla Shores – 2112 Vallecitos, La Jolla, CA 92037 (KelloggPark)
Send me your favorite Music, Art, & Games that you enjoy in your home country! Email to [email protected] or bring up to me on the 2nd floor at the San Diego Campus.
Countries that will be represented so far:
– Saudi Arabia
– South Korea
– Don’t see your country on the list? Email [email protected] and we will add it to the list!
Dear CMU Graduating Party,
It is with much regret to announce the cancellation of our graduation on March 19th, 2020. This decision comes after recent regulatory restrictions for small gatherings imposed by both state and federal agencies.
We have been working hard to avoid this action, but we are now at a point where the protection of our students and families must take priority.
We will be rescheduling this event as soon as possible and you will be notified accordingly.
Thank you for your understanding during this trying time. Please contact me if you have any questions or would like to discuss further. We hope that our students, their loved ones and staff remain healthy and unaffected.
The Student Association has a lot in the works. Community programs to get involved, health is wealth tips on healthy student life, professional development workshops, and more! Contact Andi O'Briant for upcoming meeting information and other opportunities to get involved in Student Association.
Student Association Coordination
Contact Andi O'Briant at 858-653-3000 Ext. 26 or firstname.lastname@example.org