Starting in the fall 2014 semester, Grand Rapids Community College will replace the Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers (MACRAO) for the Michigan Transfer Agreement, improving the transfer process for students.
Baseball returns to West Michigan today with the season opener for the West Michigan Whitecaps at Fifth Third Ballpark. The crew at the park is making this year’s opening day extra special after a fire on Jan. 3 destroyed one-third of the park.
Grand Rapids Community College will be hosting GradFest, an event that is a one stop shop for students graduating this spring. Students will be able to do everything from pick up their commencement tickets, their cap and gown, and even get information about loan repayment.
A construction crane will be on the Olivarez Student Plaza Tuesday, blocking the entrance and exit to the stairs between Main Building and Cook Hall.
Grand Rapids Community College Provost and Executive Vice President, Gilda Gely announced on Wed. that she accepted the position as the Executive Vice President and Provost at Aquinas College. Gely has 25 years of teaching and administrative experience at public and private academic institutions. She will be leaving GRCC in late May.
Grand Rapids Community College students from around the world will be sharing their cultures tomorrow as part of the Global Experience Festival.
On Friday, Grand Rapids Community College will have two tornado drills in all buildings on campus, once during the morning and once in the afternoon after 3 p.m.. It is mandated by the state to conduct two tornado drills a year.
Less than 24 hours after Federal Judge Bernard Friedman ruled that the ban against same-sex marriage to be unconstitutional, a stay was issued by the 6th Circuit Court of appeals in Cincinnati.
By Jacquelyn Zeman Construction at Grand Rapids Community College has started its next segment. Construction at the Applied Technology Center started at the beginning of the winter semester. The ATC and other buildings on campus are to be in an ongoing transformation process that will continue through the end of the summer semester. Victoria Janowiak, […]
Today state representatives Winnie Brinks and Brandon Dillon spent part of their day visiting with Grand Rapids Community College students. They both serve as representatives in the 76th district, which is the Grand Rapids area.