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Employee Parking

It’s time to register for your 2017-18 employee parking tag.  Your current tag expires on  August 15, 2017.  To register, simply go to myCanisius, login with username and password, click on Campus Services (left side), click Purchase Parking , and follow the prompts.  Make sure to “submit” OR simply click on the link below.

You can pay via payroll deduction, credit or webcheck.  Your tag will be sent to you via interoffice mail once you’ve registered and paid.

If you pay with cash, you must still register online but will need to pay at the Student Records and Financial Services Office in BA-106, at which time you will receive your tag.

If you have any questions, please call Shelly Baronich in the Controller’s Office at Ext. 8529.


Submitted by: Shelly Baronich, accounting associate, Controller’s Office

Call for Nominations

Do you know someone who should be nominated to receive an honorary degree from Canisius?  Click here to read the attached memo from President Hurley regarding the nomination process.

Submitted by: Erica C. Sammarco, associate vice president, assistant to the president, secretary, Board of Trustees


Summer Sale is On!

Now is the time to get great savings on all your favorite Canisius gear! In order to make room for the  fall apparel, we are making tons of markdowns on your favorite gear including Under Armor hoodies, Champion t-shirts and League Ra-Ra shirts.

Stop in to the store Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. or shop online at

Submitted by: Andrew Thomas, manager, Canisius Bookstore

Time is Running Out

There are only a few more days to register for the WPCampus 2017 event, being hosted by Canisius College in Science Hall, July 14 – 15, beginning at 8:00 a.m. each day.

The event marks the second annual in-person conference for web professionals, educators and people dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education. All WPCampus events and resources are open to faculty, staff, students, and even professionals outside higher education, from all over the world.

If you use or are considering using WordPress in your classroom or for your academic content, this event is a must.

Tickets and registration are available through June 30. Click here to register.

A limited number of free tickets is available for the conference. Interested participants can contact Ben Dunkle, professor of digital media arts, for the necessary coupon code. He can be reached at

For more information about the WPCampus organization, click here. 

Submitted by: Ben Dunkle, professor, Digital Media Arts