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GRCC to Hold Service Saturday for 2021 Fall Classes

The newly designed entrance to RJF Hall (Anthony Clark Jr./The Collegiate)

With the delta variant of COVID-19 creating more concerns in regards to how schools will function this academic year, Grand Rapids Community College is reaching out to students to help tie loose-ends before the semester begins.

Of the 398 on-campus classes in various subject areas, 289 of those classes are located at the downtown campus; 26 of which are located at the brand new Lakeshore campus.

“We are offering students opportunities to take classes in the format that fits their learning styles and can be scheduled around their home and work responsibilities,” stated GRCC Associate Provost Tina Hoxie in a press release. 

GRCC also has openings in 79 real-time virtual classes, 331 hybrid classes (307 downtown and 12 at Lakeshore campus), and 206 online classes.

Students can receive help from specialists in various GRCC departments to register for classes Saturday, Aug. 28, between 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the downtown and Lakeshore campuses. 

Specialists from the Admissions and Enrollment, Academic Advising, Financial Aid, Student Financial Services, Disability Services and Student Records offices will be available to help students.

Individuals can also attend this year’s Raider Rally at the downtown campus to have any of their questions answered. The rally will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in the Juan R. Olivarez Student Plaza.

“Students benefit so much by staying on track,” Hoxie stated. “Even taking two classes a semester allows them to move forward.”

Individuals can also register for courses through the Online Center here.

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