GRCC In the News, 6-20-18

Program gives GRPS high school graduates both diploma and associate’s degree
6/18/18 WGVU
A program that allows Grand Rapids Public School students the opportunity to graduate with both a high school diploma and an associate’s degree from Grand Rapids Community College is getting an extension.

Morning News
6/20/18 WZZM
Grand Rapids Community College hosted the John Bos All-Star Games at Cornerstone — this one between the OK Black and OK Red teams.

Columbia Herald da bacia estilos de vida onde os estudantes podem encontrar o dinheiro de emergência e o malware do apartamento Bitcoin
6/20/18 Columbia Herald
“As chances de seus pais pagarem a conta não são tão altas” diz Sara Goldrick-Rab, professora da Temple University, na Filadélfia, e fundadora do Wisconsin Hope Lab, um centro de pesquisa da Universidade de Wisconsin-Madison. “Não é pela falta de famílias que a querem; eles não têm isso.”
… Por exemplo, no Grand Rapids Community College, em Grand Rapids, Michigan, há ajuda disponível para estudantes que enfrentam situações de emergência, como perda de emprego, deportação ou fechamento de um serviço público. De acordo com Dave Murray, porta-voz da escola, desde 2014, o fundo concedeu mais de US $ 78.000 em doações e empréstimos.
(“The chances of your parents paying the bill are not that high,” says Sara Goldrick-Rab, a professor at Temple University in Philadelphia and founder of the Wisconsin Hope Lab, a research center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. “It’s not for want of families who want it, they do not have it.”
… For example, at Grand Rapids Community College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, help is available to students facing emergency situations such as job loss, deportation or closing of a public service. According to Dave Murray, the school’s spokesperson, since 2014, the fund has awarded more than $78,000 in grants and loans.)

Raiders add Dallas Mora to Cross Country Team
6/19/18 Cedar Springs Post
The GRCC Men’s Cross Country team made a run into the post season and placed 24th overall as a team at the NJCAA Division I National Championship this past fall. As a team, the Raiders finished as one of the top MCCAA schools represented, just behind Macomb and Lansing at the National Championship.

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