With forecasts calling for the first snowfall of the season later this week, Green River is reminding its campus community about how a winter closure is decided, when those decisions are typically made and the communication channels that are used to relay information.
The official publication of Green River College!
The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) will perform a comprehensive accreditation evaluation visit to Green River College on April 29-May 1, 2020. The NWCCU evaluation team will meet with Green River students, faculty, staff and board of trustee members to evaluate the college's compliance with NWCCU accreditation standards and policies.
The Manufacturing and Machining Department has launched phase two of its Additive Manufacturing Cell, which aims to enhance the instruction of future technicians and to produce diverse, well-qualified graduates for the STEM technical workforce.
Due to ongoing construction in the Student Affairs and Success Center (SA), some student services are temporarily relocating, starting January 2020.
Green River College has launched a new student dashboard, My Green River, in time for the Winter 2020 quarter. The online resource aims to offer students a landing page for vital information and resources and can be accessed via the “Quick Links” menu found at the top of each page on greenriver.edu.
$10 Million Bequest Will Benefit Students At Green River and Sixteen Additional Community Colleges in Western Washington
Thanks to a generous gift of nearly $10 million from the Eva Gordon Estate, the students at seventeen Washington community and technical colleges will have the opportunity to fulfill their dreams. The gift is one of the largest to community and technical colleges in Washington State, with each college foundation receiving approximately $550,000.
In this episode, listeners learn the ins-and-outs of preparing to transfer from Green River to a four-year college or university. No matter where you land, your journey starts here.
The Helen S. Smith Gallery at Green River College will open “Sin Tìtulo: Artist’s Portfolio Student Exhibition" Nov. 14 in the Holman Library with a reception scheduled from noon to 1 p.m. Dec. 5.
Faculty, staff and members of the Green River community packed the Mel Lindbloom Student Union Building's Grand Hall on Sept. 17, 2019, for Opening Day ceremonies.
Running Start is a dual credit program that allows local high school juniors and seniors to take college classes, tuition-free, while earning their high school degree. In this episode, listeners will learn more about the benefits of the program, as well as the resources available to help students succeed during their studies.