As part of Civic Engagement Week, several sites on campus will host Voter Registration Days this week and next Monday. Come to the Library & Learning Commons Lobby between 11-2 today (Tuesday, September 18) and register to vote – OR – visit and check the Michigan database to see if you are already registered!
More information on Voter Registration and other Civic Engagement Week doings is found on the 2018 Voting Subject Guide!
“ArtPrize is an open, independently-organized international art competition which takes place for 19 days.” It’s a great opportunity for GRCC students and faculty to enjoy all kinds of art – and many faculty use ArtPrize viewing as an assignment writing prompt. This year, ArtPrize runs from September 19 through October 7. Be sure to add ArtPrize viewing time to your GRCC time planner and check out the ArtPrize map!
Monday, Sept. 17 is Constitution Day – a national holiday – and the kick-off for Civic Engagement Week! Student Alliance will be handing out copies of the Constitution from 11AM – 2PM – in the Student Center Lobby. Constitutions will be available in four different languages.
Voter registration tables will be available Monday – Wednesday during Civic Engagement Week – check for voter registration locations and times.
The Library’s Voter Registration event will be on Tuesday, in the Library Lobby, from 11-2.
Join us in celebrating our nation’s founding document. For more information on voter registration, see the Library’s 2018 Voting Subject Guide.
The Library & Learning Commons, Media Technologies, the Woodrick Center for Equity & Inclusion, and Academic Support & Tutoring Services invite EVERYONE to join us for a free lunch, entertainment, and prizes at the Learning Center Open House. Mark your calendar for Tuesday, November 13th from 11:30 – 1:30 for our 3rd annual Learning Center Open House. More details to follow!
GRCC Student Life offers a Marijuana Ballot Proposal Panel for students, faculty and staff on Wednesday, September 19 from 3-4 in the Multipurpose Room on the 2nd floor in the Student Center. A panel of experts will lead a discussion of the marijuana legalization ballot proposal on Sept. 19 as part of GRCC’s Civic Engagement Week. Panel members are:
Here’s the full language for the proposal on the November ballot, and here is the truncated ballot version.
Read about the different viewpoints that surround this controversial issue in some of the library’s databases:
Off-campus or wireless users will be prompted to logon with last name and 7-digit Raider number. For more about registering to vote, and other proposals on the November ballot – check the Voting Subject Guide.