First-generation college students will benefit from a sizable grant awarded to Grand Rapids Community College by the U.S. Department of Education's TRiO Student Support Services program.
Students pursuing computer careers will have access to the latest curricula and industry-recognized certifications through GRCC's partnership with three national programs.
GRCC's visual arts department was recently reaccredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.
GRCC will receive a national award for its efforts to keep students on the path to graduation.
GRCC has learned that a student-built house for Habitat for Humanity of Kent County has earned Gold LEED certification.
GRCC is recognizing Amway for its commitment to providing work experiences to students.
Kathryn Mullins has been appointed vice president for College Advancement and executive director of the Grand Rapids Community College Foundation.
A Grand Rapids native with more than 15 years of coaching experience will head GRCC's basketball program.
The Higher Learning Commission approved reaccreditation for Grand Rapids Community College, with reviewers praising GRCC’s efforts to connect students with needed support services.
GRCC’s adult English-As-a-Second-Language program is one of two in the state to receive an incentive award for meeting or exceeding state testing and employment-related goals.