We all know there are tremendous benefits to moving our bodies more, but let’s just review a bit shall we?
Exercise controls weight.
Exercise combats health conditions and diseases.
Exercise improves mood.
Exercise boosts energy.
Exercise promotes better sleep.
Exercising with others is fun and builds community.
We have 6 group exercise classes for you to choose from throughout the week. All classes are held in the Balcony space of the Ford Fieldhouse.
These classes start Monday August 26 and end Thursday December 19, 2019. There will be NO classes the week of November 25-29 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Days, times, and more can be found online.
Invite a friend, co-worker, neighbor, community member to come join in what we are doing here at GRCC! External participants (non-GRCC employees) only pay $20 per semester.
We are offering Gentle Yoga, Spinning, Bootcamp, Fitness Fusion, and Butts and Guts. All of these classes are great for beginners to advanced.
Join us! To learn more, click here.
Questions or more information – contact Angela Salinas (firstname.lastname@example.org or ext.2567)
The Academic Support and Tutoring Services department held its semi-annual Tutor Training on August 19 & 20. Our Tutor Training is accredited by the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) and provides an important opportunity for our tutors to learn and refresh skills in assisting GRCC students across many different content areas.
The first day of training was for our new tutors and included such topics as Collaborative Learning Strategies, Case Studies in Campus Resources, and Common Tutoring Scenarios. On the second day of training, we added our returning tutors to the group and provided sessions on Tutoring Adult Learners, Title IX updates, and a review of our CRLA Level 1 tutoring topics. The afternoon concluded with content-specific training which ranges from participating in a guest speaker’s presentation on Gamification to learning how to use a new online scheduling tool. Over the two days, tutors have an opportunity to interact with students and staff from across the College, and build relationships with their fellow tutors.
We’ve heard back from Michelle Allen, one of the recipients of this year’s Van Marnius Swets Travel Award:
Thank you for making the travel award available to GRCC staff! My solo hiking trip to the Berkshires was spectacular. Binging on vistas, nature, yoga, and scones was the perfect way to get away and start my summer!
Thank you again for recognizing the importance of R&R!
GRCC offers Saturday service, free parking to help potential students enroll
Aug. 20, 2019; MLive
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – The Grand Rapids Community College enrollment team has been calling, texting and emailing hundreds of potential students to help them complete the enrollment process.
GRCCePRINT needs you to update your profile in the online ordering system if you are located in the Main Building to now reflect the RJF Hall. If you are not familiar where that is located, log into the system and across the top there is a “More” drop down menu. Choose the “My Profile”. Once you have updated the Site Address please click on the “Save” button.
Please join the GRCC Foundation for a picnic lunch on Opening Day in the Raider Grille.
We will be serving food from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. and we look forward to welcoming you all back for another awesome academic year!
Thursday, August 22, 2019
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Location: Raider Grille
We hope to see you there!