Register to attend an Open House if you are interested in Craft Brewing as a career. See the Craft Brewing Subject Guide for information on brewing as a career. You’ll find that GRCC’s Library & Learning Commons has a great collection to support your craft brewing education!
We’re happy to announce that the Library building has reopened and in-person Circulation & Course Reserve services have resumed. Virtual Reference Service continues. (Still no air-conditioning, though).
Check the Virtual Services Subject Guide for Library Hours and services.
The Library building will be closed the week of Monday July 12 due to steam pipe issues We expect to re-open on Monday July 19 but will re-open sooner if the issue is fixed sooner.
Library services continue virtually. Library staff will be working remotely, and students may check out materials and technology on an appointment-only basis. Email email@example.com with your full contact information and a list of materials and/or technology requests; staff will contact you to schedule a pickup time.
Virtual Reference Services via Ask-a-Librarian, OneSearch Chat, and email direct to your liaison librarian continue as usual.
Students needing to use a computer should visit the ATC Computer Lab.
The West Michigan Jazz Society promotes, preserves, and perpetuates live jazz by producing live music events throughout the year, and supporting events presented by other arts organizations, schools, and colleges in the West Michigan area. Past and present GRCC musicians and singers perform at these events.
Marc Myers’ Why Jazz Happened is an eBook we have with an unlimited user license. Knowing more about the history – the whys – of any topic makes it even more enjoyable. Logon with your last name and 7-digit Raider number.