‘On the students’ backs’: MCC board establishes tuition, fees for next year
June 18, 2014; MLive
MUSKEGON, MI — Despite protests that salary increases were being placed on the “backs of students,” the Muskegon Community College Board of Trustees on Wednesday, June 18 approved a 2014-15 budget that includes tuition and class fee increases.
… College President Dale Nesbary said the tuition increases would make MCC tuition about average among community colleges in the state. He said in-district would remain $13.50 below that of Grand Rapids Community College and $345.80 below that of Grand Valley State University.
Locals eliminated from Michigan Amateur golf
June 18,2014; The Battle Creek Enquirer
Both of Battle Creek’s golfers who made it through stroke play Monday and Tuesday at the 103rd Michigan Amateur Championship at Belvedere Golf Club in Charlevoix, Kory Roberts and Matt Alderink were eliminated on the first day of match play Wednesday.
Roberts, 21, a 2012 Lakeview High grad who was all-state for the Spartans and who is now at Grand Rapids Community College, finished in a tie for 10th place during stroke play at 1-over-par 140 (72-68). The original field of 156 was then cut to 64 for match play.
The latest schedule, for June 23 to 29, for the College Channel includes a program about Fred Meijer. Check out the offerings here.
Thanks to all those that supported the Kookie Kick Off Kook Off!!
The First Place Winner is Lori Cook and her Chocolate Peanut butter Enrollment booster Dream Bars
Second Place Winner is Frank Minervini and his Flourless Peanut butter Cookies
They won $25 and $10 Heritage gift certificates, respectively.
Most importantly, thanks to you, we raised a total of $135.50 for the Student Food Pantry.
The city will be repairing Michigan Street, from Lafayette to Division avenues. Traffic will be limited to one lane in each direction from June 22 to July 6.
GRCC’s new media van was at the LINC Rock the Block event to collect GRCC (and GRJC) memories!
The Counseling and Career Center is planning on giving 100 backpacks filled with school supplies to the students at Coit school. If you are out shopping, please pick up one of the following items and drop them off at the front desk of the Counseling Center on the third floor of the Student Center:
- pencil box/bag
- folders ( 2 pocket)
- lined paper
- small hand sharpener
- glue sticks
- also they are in desperate need of children’s movies ( used are fine) for indoor recess
Thanks for helping out our future students!