The Learning Center’s 3rd Annual Open House was enjoyed by all! Students, faculty, and staff visited each department (Library & Learning Commons, Academic Support & Tutoring Services, Woodrick Center for Equity and Inclusion, and Media Technologies) in the building where they enjoyed food, treats, and refreshments. Special thanks go to Brian Morris and the GRCC Guitar Ensemble for providing a music concert during the event. Thanks also go out to all of the staff who made this wonderful event possible.
Our gracious prize sponsors included: Art & Bevs (Culinary Arts Program), GRCC Bookstore, Lake Michigan Credit Union, Raider Grill & Quiet Cafe, Patatas, and, Subway. Prize winners may pick up their prizes from the Library Circulation Desk:
- Katherine Cussimanio
- Yaylin Lopez
- Olivia Kunnen
- Elizabeth Hamilton
- Ray Nielson
- Yahntea Weaver
- Sylvia Parham
- Maria Hurtado
- Olive Uwahoro
- Jonah Craker
- Chandler Michalsky
- Ben Ferrell
- Asadullah Ali
All students, faculty & staff are invited to the 3rd Annual Learning Center Open House – TODAY – Tuesday, November 13, from 11:30 – 1:00. Come join us for lunch, good conversation, and stress reduction before exams commence!
The Learning Center is more commonly called the Library – and is labeled as the LRC (building #10) on the Campus Map.
All students, faculty & staff are invited to the 3rd Annual Learning Center Open House on Tuesday, November 13, from 11:30 – 1:30. Come and eat a mobile lunch with us as you visit each department in the building!
The Learning Center is more commonly called the Library building – and is labeled as the LRC (building #10) on the Campus Map.
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!
Brian Beecher, Bob Schichtel, and Nikki Nyenhuis with paperback book donations for Kent County Jail.
In December, our Learning Center Open House included a reading-oriented community service project – collecting paperback books for readers at the Kent County Jail. We are pleased to announce that 326 books were donated! Director Brian Beecher, Serials Coordinator Nikki Nyenhuis, and Outreach Librarian Nan Schichtel delivered three skids of paperback books to the Jail on Tuesday December 19. By the end of the day, Jail GED instructor Bob Schichtel and trustees had processed the donations and they were available to eager readers. Thanks to all who donated paperbacks. They are being put to good use by many, many readers!