Students must verify their vaccination status via zoom or in-person. To verify, they will need to show proof of their vaccination card via Zoom or on campus (see dates and times below) by October 18th or an academic hold will be placed on their record and they may be dropped from their classes.
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You know that time of year... The air is getting crisper. The leaves are changing color. Pumpkins are making an appearance. So, we asked some Gators, what are their favorite things about fall? Get ready to celebrate with them all the best parts of the season!
Read More about the article: Fall Faves | Ask A Gator October 7, 2021
Welcome back, Gators! It's been a long, hot summer but Fall Quarter has finally arrived. We asked these students about their favorite school supplies, learning styles, and what they're excited about this Fall. So grab your pumpkin spice latte and check out the new season of Ask A Gator! New episodes air every other Thursday.
Read More about the article: Back To School | Ask A Gator September 23, 2021
An exhibition presented by the Helen S. Smith Gallery September 20, 2021 - December 3, 2021. Zoom Artist Talk on October 20th at 12pm.
Read More about the article: "Tone Poems" Exhibition Now Showing! September 22, 2021
Green River College is making the following adjustments to its student COVID-19 vaccination protocols to align with the Governor’s announcement.
Read More about the article: Updates to GRC Vaccination Protocol September 2, 2021
As Green River College prepares for the transition to ctcLink, some of the usual (and important) fall term dates and deadlines have been shifted.
Read More about the article: Important Fall Term Dates and Deadlines September 2, 2021
Green River College will host community pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics on its main Auburn campus from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. on August 23, September 17 and October 11 in the River Room, located in the Mel Lindbloom Student Union. The event is co-hosted by GRC and the International Community Health Services (ICHS).
After reviewing the requirements extensively, and at the recommendation of the GRC Reopening Committee, Green River College will become a vaccinated college. As a vaccinated college, all students, staff, and faculty must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, unless they are claiming a medical, religious, or philosophical exemption. This decision was made because vaccination is the best way to protect the health and safety of our campus community.
Hundreds of graduates and their families drove through campus on June 14 and June 16 to take photos during GRC's CARmmencement event
As Spring Quarter comes to a close, that means Commencement is just around the corner! In this special edition of Ask A Gator, we've revisited all of our guests one final time to hear their thoughts about the nature of education, favorite memories at GRC, and advice for new Gators just starting out with graduation on the distant horizon.