Volleyball player Lauren Helsen is among 15 GRCC athletes who received academic honors from the National Junior College Athletic Association.
The state funding will cover half the cost of the $12,734,500 project, which will focus on computer and manufacturing programs.
Jerrittea Roseburgh was inspired to enroll in GRCC's Machinist/CNC Technician program by her husband's success after completing it.
GRCC will use a $50,000 grant from the JPMorgan Chase Foundation to create more health care career opportunities for minorities.
Meegan Willi, an instructional technologist and designer in the Distance Learning and Instructional Technologies Department, has been selected for a national program run by education technology leader Blackboard Inc.
GRCC has teamed up with area municipalities on a new camp that will have kids digging, building and organizing projects as a team.
On June 19, the board of trustees selected Carlos Sanchez, director of Ferris State University's Latino Business and Economic Development Center, to fill a vacant seat.
GRCC celebrated the 76 students who have completed Job Training programs with a graduation ceremony on June 13.
GRCC received an award as part of the 2017 Exercise is Medicine World Congress.
Members of GRCC's golf team stockpiled some post-season awards!