GRCC and Actors Theatre are teaming up on “Make the Yuletide Gay-(er),” an “old-fashioned holiday variety special,” to benefit the Combined Theatre Scholarship Fund, the Fred and Mickey Sebulske Scholarship Fund and the GRCC Alumni Scholarship Fund.
The show starts 7 p.m. December 16, 2012, at Spectrum Theatre. It’s hosted by Ellie Frances and Rob Karel and features Craig Hammerlind, Matt Tepper. Lynne Tepper, Neil Trevisan, the GRCC Madrigal Singers, and a collection of past and present vocal students.
If you mention or enter the code “YULEMETWICE” when ordering adult tickets at 234.3946, they cost $12 instead of $14. Tickets for GRCC students are $5 and $8 for other students. For more information, click here.
On Faculty Prep Day (January 11), our DLIT Staff will be available from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM in Main 347 and 351 for DLIT Drop-Ins. If you have questions about Blackboard or any of our other instructional technologies as you prepare for Winter, stop by. We will also be doing CTE Drop-Ins at the same time in 310 and 316 Main. If you have questions about syllabi, assignments, lectures, activities, etc., we would love to sit down and work with you on them.
For more information, contact the Center for Teaching Excellence at 616-234-2278 or at email@example.com
The latest schedule, through January 8, 2013, for the College Channel includes “Songs for the Holidays concerts,” the 2012 Police Academy graduation, and a shellfish lesson on “Cooking with Angus.” Check out the offerings here.
Did you know that Print Solutions is now GRCCePrint?
Why the change? With new technology and creative staff who can assist you with developing a digital and print communication plan, we felt Print Solutions no longer fit our profile.
GRCCePRINT means electronic print of:
- concepts put on various types of paper, fabric & vinyl.
- web banners.
If you have not visited us in a while, check us out. Request an appointment or give us a call and, we will be happy to sit down with you to discuss how we can help you develop and implement your electronic or print communication needs.
Why Grand Rapids Community College is considering differential tuition rates for some students
December 10, 2012; MLive
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Administrators at Grand Rapids Community College are pushing a proposal that would reduce tuition for some high school students dual enrolled at the college.
Under the proposal, unveiled by President Steven Ender Tuesday night, the college could charge dual enrolled students who take GRCC classes at their high school a different rate than dual enrolled students who take GRCC classes at the college.
Learn which Grand Rapids Community College departments have seen enrollment grow or drop
December 10, 2012; MLive
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Grand Rapids Community College students are taking more classes in manufacturing and physical sciences, but are less interested in criminal justice, child development and wellness.
That’s according to the colleges fall 2012 enrollment report, which breaks down enrollment trends by credit hours within GRCC’s 26 academic departments.
Condolences to Ann Alexander, a business professor, faculty development coordinator and member of the Executive Committee and Academic Governing Council, on the death of her mother, Mary Ann Steslicki, on December 4, 2012. The obituary may be viewed here.
Computers, electronics and books are among the items that GRCC will sell online to the public from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. December 13, 2012.
The GRCC Online Store doesn’t guarantee complete sets, and all items will be sold as is. To see the items that will be sold, click here. To participate in the sale on December 13, click here.
Purchased items must be removed from the college campus within two weeks from the sale date of sale. Any purchased items that aren’t picked up by then will be returned to stock. Items will be available for pickup from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. December 14 at the college, 133 Winchester Place NE. After December 14, pickup will be only by appointment. For an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions should be directed to Mansfield Matthewson, director of purchasing, at (616) 234-3850 or email@example.com.
Grand Rapids Community College has the right to reject any or all bids.
Find out about lean manufacturing, statistical process control and manufacturing terminology in Workforce Training’s Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing series.
The classes, which start December 18, 2012, are designed for those in entry-level positions, operators, supervisors, inspectors, leads and support personnel — anyone, in fact, who wants to increase his or her knowledge of manufacturing production process tools.
For more information, click here.
Need a stocking stuffer? The Dental Assisting Club is having its annual toothbrush and white-strip sale!
Here’s what’s available:
- Oral-B Advantage Control Grip adult toothbrushes, full and compact head (35 available only — 40 sold out).
- Oral-B children’s sizes, Stage 3 and Stage 4.
- Crest Professional Strength Whitestrips (not available in retail).
Toothbrushes may be purchased by the dozen or half-dozen orders only: $10 for a dozen and $5 for a half-dozen. Whitestrips are $30. We accept cash or checks made out to GRCC. Email Julie Bera at firstname.lastname@example.org to place your order and schedule a pick up or delivery for exam week.