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Gerontology Panel November 1 at DeVos Campus

October 15, 2018

Gerontology Panel poster. Poster features three images of older adults. An older woman listens to headphones with a younger woman; an older woman and man ride bikes; and an older man teaches four younger students in an academic setting. The text on the poster reads: "Gerontology Panel. Thursday, November 1, 2018. 4:30-6 p.m. GRCC's DeVos Campus, Sneden Hall, Room 108."

Information about this panel discussion:

  • What: Gerontology Panel
  • When: Thursday, November 1, 2018, from 4:30-6 p.m.
  • Where: GRCC’s DeVos Campus, Sneden Hall, Room 108
  • Who: A panel of community experts will answer questions about issues in Gerontology and share volunteer opportunities for working with older adults.
  • Why: Learn more about GRCC’s Gerontology Certificate program.

The Gerontology Panel is free and open to any students, faculty, staff, and community members who would like to attend.

Contact Kate Byerwalter, Ph.D. at kbyerwal@grcc.edu or (616) 234-4405 for more information.

Gerontology Panel this November at DeVos Campus

October 1, 2018

Gerontology Panel poster. Poster features three images of older adults. An older woman listens to headphones with a younger woman; an older woman and man ride bikes; and an older man teaches four younger students in an academic setting. The text on the poster reads: "Gerontology Panel. Thursday, November 1, 2018. 4:30-6 p.m. GRCC's DeVos Campus, Sneden Hall, Room 108."

Information about this panel discussion:

  • What: Gerontology Panel
  • When: Thursday, November 1, 2018, from 4:30-6 p.m.
  • Where: GRCC’s DeVos Campus, Sneden Hall, Room 108
  • Who: A panel of community experts will answer questions about issues in Gerontology and share volunteer opportunities for working with older adults.
  • Why: Learn more about GRCC’s Gerontology Certificate program.

The Gerontology Panel is free and open to any students, faculty, staff, and community members who would like to attend.

Contact Kate Byerwalter, Ph.D. at kbyerwal@grcc.edu or (616) 234-4405 for more information.

DeVos Campus Parking Changes

August 17, 2018

The DeVos Campus parking project is complete and is now fully operational.  Improvements include a dedicated walkway for students from Prospect Street, stormwater capture behind Sneden, a new entrance & exit from Fulton Street, and new equipment.

The main student/public entrance is still off Fountain, but an additional entrance/exit has been added off Fulton Street. The Fulton Street gate is equipped with two readers, so that it can be used by students and employees. Guests to the campus can also use that entrance by pulling a ticket.

Please note that due to the equipment change, the green guest parking passes will no longer work on the DeVos Campus. If you host events or meetings on the DeVos campus and intend to provide parking passes, you will need to obtain new exit passes, which are white.

Also, in order to better control the surface lot north of the Administration building, that will now be a “permit required” lot. If you are a frequent visitor to the Administration Building, you will need to have your GRCC parking permit visible in your vehicle. If you no longer have your hanging tag, please contact Campus Police. We will be implementing a guest parking permit process for guests to the Administration building.   Please direct guests and community members visiting Sneden or White Hall to use the Sneden lot, entering from Fountain or Fulton Streets.

Thank you for your patience and flexibility this summer!

 

Parking update: DeVos Campus

June 15, 2018

Beginning Wednesday, June 20th, the remaining administrative parking lot on the DeVos campus will be torn up for the resurfacing.  ALL traffic to the DeVos campus will need to utilize the top of the Sneden parking deck, entering off Fountain.  Gates are up for all. Visitors to the Administration Building will need to walk through Sneden and use the Fulton Street door to enter the Administration Building.

Road Work near DeVos Campus!

May 16, 2018

Beginning Monday, May 21st, the City will begin a resurfacing project on Prospect between Fountain to Fulton.  The project is scheduled for May 21 thought June 15th.  The notice states that limited to no access to driveways will occur.  That may make it difficult to access the DeVos campus and the Admin building.  Additionally, due to our DeVos campus parking resurfacing project, parking is limited on the DeVos campus.  Please be aware of these issues if you need to visit the Admin building or Sneden Hall.  If parking by the Admin building is full, please use the student parking entrance and park on the top of the Sneden ramp.   Thank you for your patience!

Road closure: Prospect Avenue NE closed at Fulton Street (Thurs. 2/22)

February 21, 2018

Prospect Avenue NE will be closed at Fulton Street 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. this Thursday.
Admin building parking can be entered on Prospect Avenue if coming from Fountain Street NE.