The summer fun continues at the Student Center on Monday, July 21. Stop by the Multi-Purpose room anytime between 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. for some free pampering, compliments of Douglas J Aveda Institute. Their staff will be giving out chair and hand massages. Drop by for some summer relaxation! Contact Sandy Gregory or Julie Otte with questions.
The GRCC Story Van was in Sparta this past weekend for the Sparta Days Parade. Bunny Bookwalter and Alice Donahue were there to encourage alumni and friends of the college to share their GRCC story. Look for the van at the Kent County Fair in Lowell from 3-7 p.m. August 6, or share your story today by clicking here.
Heritage Theatre Group is putting on a production of Blithe Spirit by Noel Coward in the Spectrum Theater.
Heritage would like to offer all students, faculty, and staff with a valid GRCC Raider Card a special rate of $5 for their ticket. (Tickets normally run $20 for adults and $10 for students).
Remaining shows are July 24, 25, & 26 and July 31, Aug 1 & 2. All show times start at 8:00 pm.
Please welcome, Claudia “Claud” Galvez, Dental, Rad Tech, and OTA Educational Support Professional. Claud has worked for Michigan Works! for 10 years as a full time staff and 3 years as a temporary. She is currently taking classes to get a general degree and will transfer to Ferris to get a bachelor in Computers. She has one son whose name is Anthony Galvez and is 15 years old. Claud currently plays on 4 different teams for softball during the week. She loves sports, but most of all she loves GRCC. After leaving for a short period of time she cannot see herself working with any other company or institution.
Student Employment Services staff has created new training for all GRCC employees who are responsible for supervising student employees. Two sessions have been added to the Staff Development offerings:
- Thu Aug 7, 2014 from 9:30-11 AM in Room 234N, Student Community Center (SCC)
- Wed Aug 13, 2014 from 2:30-4 PM in Room 234N, Student Community Center (SCC)
Being the Strongest Link – The Supervisor’s Role
Supervisors of student employees can have a huge impact on their student employees. In this session we will discuss the role of the supervisor in student’s academic and overall success. We will introduce student employee supervisors to the newly created mid semester check in process. This will provide supervisors the opportunity to have a conversation with each student employee about their academic progress, and to refer them to appropriate resources if needed. Academic Support Center, Early Alert and Library staff will be on hand to discuss their services. Supervisors will also be educated on behaviors to look out for and when it’s appropriate to contact other campus resources including Campus Police, Counseling, and the Behavioral Intervention Team.
Please register online at http://www.grcc.edu/staffdevelopment/currentlearningopportunitiesregistration or by calling Staff Development at ext. 4285.
GRCC has gone paperless for tuition billing! From this point on, we’re using an electronic billing system called My eBill. To learn more about My eBill, click here.
Student Affairs is in need of volunteers to make phone calls to former students who have not yet enrolled for the Fall semester. An easy step-by-step guide for making and tracking calls is provided, and calls can be completed from your workstation/office. We are reminding students enrollment is open, answer questions, offer assistance, and finding out if the student plans to return to GRCC in the Fall. We currently have two lists of students we are reaching out to.
One of our callers commented: “I enjoyed speaking with the students who answered, offering them a bit of encouragement, and planting seeds where I could.”
We need your help in making phone calls, please contact the Student Affairs office 3925 or email email@example.com