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Campus Resources for Students

Admissions & Enrollment Center

Whether you're going to college for the first time or returning after years away, GRCC can help you achieve your educational goals. GRCC's various programs, flexible schedules, affordable tuition and student support services enable people of all ages and backgrounds to have access to the higher education necessary to achieve their goals. Nothing is more important to us than student success.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

At Grand Rapids Community College Financial Aid Office home page you can access all of the services of our office on this website, including information on filing for financial aid, scholarships, grants and on-campus employment.  If you have any questions or need additional assistance, you may contact us via email at, by phone at (616) 234-4030, or in person at the Enrollment Center in Raleigh J. Finkelstein Hall, formerly Main Building. Our staff members will be happy to assist you.

Counseling & Career Center

The Academic Advising & Transfer Center is designed to assist students in achieving academic and personal success through informed decision making. All current students are invited to use the Academic Advising & Transfer Center to help develop their academic path to graduation and comprehensive transfer planning. 

Services provided by the Counseling & Career Development counselors are confidential and free of charge. Our professionally trained and licensed counselors help students clarify values, commitments and emotional preferences. Counselors inform and help students to understand college expectations and procedures and make referrals to college and community resources when needed.

Academic Support & Tutorial Services

The Academic Support & Tutorial Services is designed to empower students to become independent, lifelong learners.  Our goals include:

  • Assist students to be successful with their coursework in line with classroom instruction
  • Engage students in their college experience by creating opportunities to interact with peers, faculty, and staff based on individuals’ learning goals.
  • Assist students to learn and apply the skills to become more independent learners.


The GRCC Bookstore is located on the first floor of the Student Center at 122 Lyon Street NE. Visit the GRCC Bookstore's website for current hours, featured products and textbook information/ordering. Textbook buyback happens every business day at the GRCC Bookstore; stop in for details.

Student Life and Conduct

The purpose of the Office of Student Life and Conduct is multi-faceted. First, through exceptional customer service we deliver timely and needed services to help students successfully navigate the college experience, and provide access to tools and resources so they may reach their academic goals. Second, by developing and empowering student leaders, we promote a wide array of events, activities and engagement opportunities (both outside the class and in partnership with faculty) that enrich the student experience and improves student learning.

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