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The mother of Trayvon Martin will serve as the keynote speaker for Grand Rapids Community College's commemoration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 19.
Grand Rapids Community College President Dr. Steven C. Ender announced today that Dr. Bill Pink has been appointed the college’s vice president and dean for workforce development. Pink, who currently is vice president for academic affairs at Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City, will officially join the GRCC leadership team on March 23, 2015.
Grand Rapids Community College turns 100 this year and is celebrating that milestone during its annual Faculty Learning Day by highlighting a core value: excellence.
In response to workforce demands — and with funding help from global financial services firm JP Morgan Chase & Co. — GRCC now offers an industrial sewing course that costs students just $35.
Three students from Grand Rapids’ Southwest Community Campus have won the 16th annual Latino Youth Conference Student Art Contest.
A third of the 80 students graduating from GRCC’s Job Training program this month have already secured employment.
The dean of Grand Rapids Community College's School of Arts and Sciences will step into the role of provost.
Veteran coach David Selmon will lead GRCC’s men’s basketball team as interim head coach with the departure of T.J. Carnegie.
The candidates will be on campus Dec. 2, 4 and 5 for open forums, campus tours and to meet with various GRCC groups.