GRCC In The News, 04-30-19

Raider Salute for Commencement 2019

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Student Affairs sends a Raider Salute to all involved in the 2019 commencement ceremony held April 26, which saw 451 graduates cross the stage to be recognized for their academic achievement. We want to thank the following:

  • The over 65 amazing volunteers
  • Campus Police
  • Communications Office and Graphics
  • Creative Dining
  • Facilities staff
  • Fieldhouse staff
  • Foundation Office
  • GRCC Band under the direction of Jared Staub
  • GRCC Choir under the direction of Dr. Barton
  • GRCC ePrint
  • Grounds Crew
  • Media Technologies
  • President’s Office
  • Student Life and Conduct
  • The Commencement Core Team

With the support and dedication of this amazing team we were able to provide our graduates, their family, and friends a commencement celebration they will remember for a lifetime.


Construction notice: Nightly lane closures through Thursday, NB/SB US-131 at I-196

Map showing the nightly lane closure pattern for April 30-May 3, 9 p.m.-5 a.m.

Nightly double lane closures will be in place on northbound US-131 from Franklin Street to I-196, Tuesday-Thursday, April 30-May 3, from 9 p.m.-5 a.m.

The Pearl Street ramp to NB US-131 will be closed during these nights as well.

In addition, there will be nightly double lane closures on southbound US-131 from Ann Street to I-196, Wednesday-Thursday of this week.

Link to MDOT Lane Closure Map can be found on the MiDrive website.

Today’s ‘Bootcamp with Lynnae’ is canceled

Boot Camp with Lannie is canceled for Tuesday, April 30.

Please plan on joining in this Thursday, May 2, from noon-12:45 p.m., for the next session.

Wondering what other fun fitness activities are available this summer at GRCC? The new summer employee fitness schedule begins THIS WEEK – see details on the Group Exercise page!

G Suite Transition – Configuring Proxy Access in Gmail

At times it may be helpful to allow others to read or send emails on your behalf. In GroupWise this was known as Proxy access. Gmail allows you to grant someone access to do this by adding a Delegate User.

  • Open Gmail
    • You can’t add delegates from the Gmail app
  • In the top right, click Settings
  • Click the Accounts and Import or Accounts tab
  • In the Grant access to your account section, click Add another account
  • Enter the email address of the person you want to add
  • Click Next Step > Send email to grant access
  • The person you added will get an email asking them to confirm.
    • It may take up to 24 hours for you to see them as a delegate after they confirm.