GRCC Walking for Fitness Class Visits Kent Trails (Photo)

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Melanie Schiele Gady’s Walking for Fitness Class takes field trip to Kent Trails. After learning about Cholesterol, what high cholesterol is, and how to lower your cholesterol the class walked 6 ½ miles. Do you know your Cholesterol numbers? Do you know that walking can help improve and lower your cholesterol as well as high blood pressure, diabetes, colon cancer, heart disease, stroke, and help prevent osteoporosis?

Physical activity also promotes higher self -esteem, higher productivity, and better cognitive function. Adults should be getting in 30-60 minutes of physical activity a day.

GRCC in the News – 7/18/12

New U-M engineering program coming to Grand Rapids targets 8th and 9th graders for enrichment
Published: Tuesday, July 17, 2012, 8:00 PM | Grand Rapids Press | By Monica Scott

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – A new University of Michigan two-week summer enrichment program kicks off Monday in Grand Rapids. […] Grand Rapids Community College is hosting the commuter program from July 23 through Aug. 3. Students are involved in program activities from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.  (More)

High temperatures prompt GRCC to temporarily close Ford Fieldhouse
Published: Tuesday, July 17, 2012, 3:24 PM | Grand Rapids Press | By Brian McVicar

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Grand Rapids Community College has temporarily closed Ford Fieldhouse because of high temperatures that have raised the facility’s heat index above 100 degrees. (More)

Meet Joe Tanis, The New Football Coach at Orchard View High School
By Ron Rop | Local Sports Journal | July 18, 2012

Joe Tanis knows the importance of high school football to sports fans in Muskegon County. He wants to put Orchard View High School back into the mix when it comes to talking about teams with a shot at winning a state title. […] He played went to Grand Rapids Community College his first two years before playing two seasons at Olivet College.  (M0re)

Print Solutions Ordering System Going Online

Print Solutions is moving our ordering system to an online process.

With the ability to create your own Quick Copy, Print Orders and copier/printer supplies right from the comfort of your chair, we are starting with new faculty, due to the elimination of the 4 digit quick copy code. Videos on how to register, place a store order, and how to place an order are being created and will be posted to our web site within the next couple of weeks so please watch for that message and provide this information to new faculty when communicating to them.