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.
Photo & Video Features
Green River College's College Relations team recently received top honors from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) - District 7 Medallion Awards competition. This annual competition is exclusive to, and judged by, marketing and public relations professionals at community and technical colleges.
Manufacturing Technology faculty Bradley Chinn discusses the work he and his team are doing to 3D print face masks and other PPE (personal protective equipment) for front-line healthcare workers in the Puget Sound area battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Strong winds rocked the South Sound on Sunday, Jan. 6, downing multiple trees on campus and knocking out power to many in the surrounding communities. Facilities worked tirelessly Sunday afternoon and Monday morning to prepare for campus to open on it's normal schedule.
Faculty and staff packed the Mel Lindbloom Student Union Building's Grand Hall on Sept. 18 for Opening Day ceremonies.
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Green River students Sharon Gozali and Anna Matsumoto among 78 community and technical college students honored in Olympia for their academic achievements and community service. President Suzanne Johnson and Trustee Jackie Boschock were there to join in celebrating their achievements, photos from the event follow.