Information for our Students
All the information in this section
is designed to assist you in your transition
to Green River Community College. You
will find important dates, specific
information to assist you in preparing
to study at the college and finally
some tips on becoming involved in campus
Feel free to e-mail me if you have
any questions.. Looking forward to meeting
you soon at GRCC!
Educational Planner & Student Advisor,
Fall Quarter: September through
||December 10, 2009
Winter Quarter: January through
Housing move-in date
December 27, 2009
|Orientation and testing
||December 28, 2009
||January 4, 2010
||March 19, 2010
High School Completion Plus: Web
We have revised our
High School Completion Plus web
Be sure to check out the
Your comments and feedback are welcome.
Student Life: Web Page Updated
We have also updated our
PowerPoint Presentation in English,
Japanese, Korean, Indonesian, Vietnamese
PowerPoint Presentation is now available
in a variety of languages. Feel free
to download a copy and use for your
Green River Staff on the Road
China: October 20 - November
Nepal: November 1-23
India: November 3-14
Indonesia: January 4-19
Netherlands: November 21-25
Our Recruitment Representative,
is currently living in Indonesia.
If you would like Leo to assist
you with any promotional activities,
please let us know.
Scholarships and Work Opportunities
Green River offers a wide variety
scholarships and on-campus employment
to help students. We offer many achievement,
merit, and leadership awards as well
as a special scholarship for High School
Take advantage of all the financial
assistance available when studying at
Green River. Please see our complete
scholarships and work opportunities.
Get Involved, Learn Leadership Skills
and Make a Little Money – All at the
There's more to college than attending
classes, studying and taking exams.
Much of what you learn in college comes
from experiences outside of the classroom.
There's something going on every day
- lectures, club meetings, student government,
art exhibits, concerts, intramural sports,
and more. A great way to use your voice
and be involved on campus is through
the Community Leadership, Education,
& Outreach (CLEO) Program.
Green River Community College's leadership
program, CLEO, provides students the
opportunity to learn valuable skills
with hands-on experience in managing
a program while at the same time earning
money. Each position assumes responsibility
for planning, organizing, budgeting,
and implementing activities to meet
the varied needs of Green River students,
faculty, staff, and surrounding communities.
During the summer participants spend
a portion of their time in workshops
and training sessions that supplement
their on-the-job training. Training
also focuses on the communications skills
necessary for the CLEO members to become
student ambassadors for the college.
The skills and experience gained in
this program have helped many CLEO members
move on to highly successful careers.
This highly respected program has
established Green River as a model for
student development programs throughout
the USA, and you can be a part of it.
For more information or an application,
e-mail the International Student Activities
We are committed to delivering outstanding
personal service. We need your help
to continually improve. Please
send us your feedback and let us
know how we can better serve you.
If you have questions on any programs
Mike Mcintyre, Educational Planner
for International Students.