Several offices on campus will be closed for on campus services only on March 3, 4, and 5 due to the move from RJFH first floor to the third floor Student Center.
The offices affected are the following: Admissions and Enrollment Center, Financial Aid, Cashier’s Office, Records Office, and Veteran Services.
They will only be open for virtual appointments and phone calls those three days.
The Admissions Office is holding a High School Professionals Breakfast on Friday, February 26. This is the first time the information session will be held virtually. While this is always a popular and well attended event by our high school partners, we have a record number of high schools planning to join us. Over 70 RSVPs have been received! The event will take place from 8:30 to 9:30 via Zoom.
Contact Lori Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Spring is right around the corner!
Here’s what’s coming up for the month of March
Monday March 8~ Sexual Harassment Awareness
Thursday March 11 ~ GRCC Accounts Explained
Friday March 12 ~ The Science of Happiness
Monday March 15 ~ Data Security
Wednesday March 17 ~ GRCC Reimbursement Policy
Thursday March 18 ~ Active Shooter Response Training *In Person/On Campus
Friday March 19 ~ Mindfulness Made Simple AND Google Tips & Tricks
Wednesday March 24 ~ Workplace Excellence
Thursday March 25 ~ Evidence Based Selection Process AND 25Live Searches & Reports
Friday March 26 ~ Mindfulness for Parents/Caregivers
Tuesday March 30 ~ Strengths Finder
“As Americans, we push towards many tangible goals…jobs promotions, a beautiful home, a certain number in the bank account, the latest fashion trend. Yet at the end of the day, why are so many of us still not happy? Doesn’t success create happiness? In a world filled with so much greed, discontentment, uncertainty and change, where do we find happiness? And can we actually be happy living in this environment?
Join Kendra Bylsma, Director of Wellness at AllOne Health as she uncovers the new science of positive psychology and shares the latest research on how we can rewire our brain to the positive. For the past century, the typical approach to understanding human behavior has always been to look for the average behavior or outcome. Worse yet, an exclusive focus on what goes WRONG in life…and how to remedy it. Traditional psychology wants to find the average reading level, exercise amount, risk of developing heart disease. Positive psychology looks at the outliers and wants to LEARN from them. If we study merely what is average, we will remain merely average.” Register for this March 12 learning opportunity ONLINE
The lab will be closed over Spring Break (March 1-7).
We are open as usual this week through Sunday, Feb. 28 from 6pm-10pm. Sunday 2/28 is the last day for drop-in tutoring before break.
We will return to our normal hours Monday, March 8 at 9am.
Please reach out with any questions to email@example.com or (616) 234-4244