Green River College has partnered with United Way of King County and Spectra to deliver more than 1,200 hot meals to GRC students completing finals remotely as part of the Fuel Through Finals program Dec. 8-10. The meals, which are free to participating students, are prepared at the Gator Grill and then delivered via DoorDash.
GRC President Suzanne M Johnson shares pre-election message, and a joint statement from the presidents and chancellors of the 34 community and technical colleges of Washington (WACTC), the SBCTC and ACT.
Early on in the project, Gary directed and collaborated with his family when he saw the right moment, interesting light or a particular expression. Later, he watched and documented their self-awareness and creativity as they tried on the different roles of their identity. The most recent work is a combination of these ideas along with a visual record of progression and change.
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 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.
Green River College's commencement ceremony will take place at 7 p.m. at the accesso ShoWare Center on Friday June 14.
Green River College Campus Safety is partnering with the Auburn Police Department to produce a video to educate the campus community on steps to take during a potential active shooter situation on June 8.
Helen S. Smith Gallery to open new exhibition, “Evanescence: Neil Berkowitz, Thelma Harris and Lisa Parsons”
The Helen S. Smith Gallery at Green River College will open “Evanescence: Neil Berkowitz, Thelma Harris and Lisa Parsons” Feb. 14 in the Holman Library. The exhibition runs through March 14 and will feature a closing reception and artist talk from noon to 1 p.m. March 14.
Author, social justice advocate, and 2018 Opening Day speaker C. Nicole Mason will return to Green River College to lead a three-day series of lectures and workshops focusing on equity, diversity and the power of personal narrative Jan. 15-17.