President Suzanne Johnson shares a message regarding recent events in our country: "As a college, equity, human dignity and equality have been at the heart of everything we do. This is who we are as a community, and we take great pride in ensuring equal access to high quality education for everyone."
Rebecca Williamson, interim vice president of instruction, was recently awarded the prestigious Aspen Presidential Fellowship for Community College Excellence, a leadership program aimed at preparing the next generation of community college presidents to transform institutions across the nation to help students be more successful both in college and in the workforce.
An estimated 200 graduating seniors from the Auburn, Enumclaw, Kent, Tahoma school districts and Muckleshoot Tribal Schools will meet in the Mel Lindbloom Student Union’s Grand Hall on May 12 to participate in College Signing Day.
Green River College will offer free workshops and lectures, as well as a for-credit course, at the Covington Library (27100 164th Ave SE, Covington, WA 98042) this spring. The workshops and lectures are free and open to the public. No RSVP or library membership is required to attend.
President Suzanne Johnson shares a message regarding recent findings of the U.S. Department of Education evaluation of Green River College’s compliance with the Clery Act and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act.
Green River College students graduating with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Software Development will be eligible for direct admissions into Northeastern University, Seattle’s Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS), thanks to a new a new articulation agreement between the two schools.
After six years of service, Trustee Claudia Kauffman has retired from the Green River College Board of Trustees. Green River College board members, administrators and faculty honored Kauffman at a Feb. 22 Board Meeting, praising her leadership and community involvement.