As part of the 100th anniversary, GRCC Adult Education will be supporting the efforts of the MS Scholarship Foundation. Please join us on Wednesday, March 18, 2015, at Big Boy, located at 407 Pearl Street, Grand Rapids, from 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM. During this event, Big Boy will donate 15 % of your food purchase when you present the flier to the cashier.
As the winter semester is coming to a close, the Student Alliance group is in the process of accepting applications for the 2015-2016 academic school year. Many of you probably know at least a few potential or current student leaders that you can refer to the application process. All four positions on the Student Alliance Leadership Team receive a stipend of at least $1,000. The work that the Student Alliance group is responsible for is very crucial to our community, so please refer the “best and brightest!”
The deadline to apply is Friday, March 20th at 5 PM. To apply, students have to complete the 2015 Student Leadership Application Form
The GRCC Police Department will be conducting a training exercise on Thursday March 5 from 9:00 am-12:00 pm at the Administration building on the Devos campus. There will be a large police presence at and near the building. The building and part of the parking lot will roped off during the exercise. Police officers as well as police academy students will be in the parking lot to help facilitate parking needs. All cars will need to enter and exit through the north driveway off of Prospect Ave. That driveway will remain open during the exercise. Staff needing to access the Sneden lot through the Admin parking lot will still be able to do so. From 10:00 am to 11:00 pm there will be limited access to the administration building. Please work with the police officers and the academy students during this time if you need to access the building.
Please contact Officer Tom Stasiak (ext 2320) with any questions.
As part of the 100th anniversary, we have set a goal of seeing 800 students walk across the stage during Commencement (this is double our normal participation). We need your help to accomplish this goal.
In the past, students have told us the cost of the cap and gown kept them from walking. We would like to remove this barrier for our students by kicking off a new gown recycling program. To get started and keep in theme with our 100-year Anniversary, we are hoping to collect 100 caps and gowns. The cost per set is $31 and we are asking you to consider sponsoring a graduate (or 2 or 10) by contacting the Foundation Office today at 234-3939. This can easily be handled by sending in a check or calling with a credit card number.
The gowns that are purchased through the recycling program will be collected after commencement to be used again by students for years to come. Please help us reward our students who have to sacrifice so much to attend college. It would be a shame for them not to celebrate this great accomplishment.
Thank you in advance for your support. If you have any questions about this program or how to make your donation, please contact Stacey Bush at x3739 or Sara Dorer at x3924.