President Joe Biden will be visiting Green River College this Friday, April 22, as part of his official visit to Washington State. During his visit to our campus, President Biden plans to meet with a number of elected officials in our area and a limited number of members of our college community – especially students. The President will also provide remarks in the Mel Lindbloom Student Union.
GRC will no longer require masking while on campus, effective April 4. The College continues to encourage mask wearing and will require masks in certain situations or locations. Faculty may require masking for their individual classes and will notify their students if masks will be required prior to the first day of their in-person class.
To foster a successful start to the winter quarter, most classes and student support services will be held online Jan. 3-14.
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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.
President Suzanne Johnson's message to the Green River College community denouncing violence, prejudice, and hate toward Asian communities
GRC President Suzanne Johnson and Wendy Stewart, vice president, International Programs and Extended Learning, respond to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's recent decision to end an emergency waiver allowing international students to maintain their visa status while taking only online courses.
President Suzanne Johnson's message to the Green River College community on the recent death of George Floyd and demonstrations throughout our community, and nation.
President Suzanne Johnson provides a campus update regarding the coronavirus, COVID-19. "The safety of our students, faculty and staff is our priority. Currently, no members of the Green River College community have been diagnosed with COVID-19... In an abundance of caution, we are preparing as we would for any other potentially disruptive situation, such as a natural disaster."
Suzanne M. Johnson and Alan Spiciatti, superintendent, Auburn School District, recently published an op-ed in the Seattle Times asking the King County Council to invest 40% of Puget Sound Taxpayer Accountability Account (PSTAA) funds to create a student support system that spans high school to college to career pathways and delivers post-secondary credentials at the levels now required by our economy.
President Suzanne Johnson shares a message reaffirming Green River College’s commitment to all students, and shares a reminder of available resources.