A note of thanks from Heather Mol: As a temporary faculty member experiencing acculturation into the society of academia, I can’t thank you enough for extending your welcoming support to me. To each faculty member that stepped in to cover my classes, donated days so I could recover without worrying about finances, sent cards and emails, and to the Nursing Department for the beautiful plant, THANK YOU! I am overwhelmed with the kindness you have shown.
February 25, 2013; WOOD TV
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – A Monday community dialogue focused on the topic of mental health in response to a recent spike in violence in the City of Grand Rapids.
… Upcoming meetings:
Thursday, Feb. 27: Community Dialogue on Education, Grand Rapids Community College Sneden Hall 4125 E. Fulton St.
GRCC’s Wellness Department is sponsoring free Open Rec Nights for kids!
Kids , ages 6 to 12, can participate in fun and games from 6-7:30 p.m. March 29, April 12 and April 19, 2013, at the Ford Fieldhouse. A liability waiver for the parents to sign will be passed out upon arrival.
Contact Jodi Gee at email@example.com with any questions.
Due to some facility upgrades scheduled for spring break at the Ford Fieldhouse, the fitness and cardio room (102), along with all locker rooms 105-108 on the lower level of the Fieldhouse will be closed March 4-8, 2013. The free weight areas will remain open as scheduled during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
GRCC enrollment for this winter semester has grown to nearly 6,000, which represents a 17% growth from the previous year.
Assisting in the expansion of online learning, the Department of Distance Learning would like to recognize and thank the following instructors and departments for their work on the development of 2 new online courses! This is important work and connects with the College’s Access End statement around providing flexible learning options that remove obstacles such as time and place.
- CD 215, developed by Deb Vilmont
- WE 189, developed by Melanie Shiele
Thank you again for advancing online learning at GRCC!
Did you know that the Grand Rapids Community College Police Department employs 11 full-time police officers, certified by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards? The GRCC Police Department is a team of professionals responsible for maintaining a safe environment in which the educational mission of the College can be fully realized. The Police Department works in conjunction with the office of Student Conduct. The mission of the Student Code of Conduct Office is to promote and maintain a civil learning environment by holding students accountable to the expectations of the College.
Please join Officer Tony Myers and Sara Dorer, Associate Director of Student Conduct, for this interactive and timely workshop. Appropriate reactions to campus emergencies will be presented, including a wide range of emergency scenarios. Practical tools for reacting in the case of emergencies will be shared.
Safety & Security on Campus
Thu March 14, 2013
Please register online at http://cms.grcc.edu/currentlearning or call Staff Development at ext. 4285.