Students from five area high schools will explore their possible futures in visual arts during GRCC’s second annual Art Camp on March 27.
The 2015 Race, Ethnicity and Identity Conference looks at the violence of Ferguson, the problems of income inequality, and the role that GRCC has played in the community during the past 100 years.
Paul Hernandez, a national expert in educating at-risk students, will talk to GRCC students and the public on March 18 about how he overcame poverty and street gang culture to achieve his educational and professional dreams.
Sixty companies – with openings ranging from teacher to mobile crane operator – will be at Grand Rapids Community College’s spring job fair on March 17.
The five service learning projects competing for GRCC’s Armen Awards cover disciplines ranging from culinary arts to computer applications.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation has awarded a $2.9 million grant that will allow GRCC to purchase equipment for its machine tool, welding, HVAC, and automotive programs, as well as a new craft beer program.
The GRCC Players tackle bullying, compassion and suicide in their latest production.
Grand Rapids Community and Aquinas colleges recently signed an articulation agreement that will give GRCC Honors Program students a seamless transfer to Aquinas' Insignis program.
Contractors involved in GRCC’s $15 million campus-wide renovation project are building work experiences for students while creating new learning spaces.
Students will be able to make plans for both their short-and long-term future — and will be eligible to win a $500 scholarship — during GRCC's Career Showcase on Feb. 17 and 18.