Green River students and graduates can now receive high-quality employment assistance in the United States or anywhere in the world. This assistance will be offered by Interstride, a US leader in employment services tailored specifically for international students.
Green River College offers innovative Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Programs that prepare students for immediate entry into jobs. Each BAS Program provides extensive opportunities for hands-on learning and connections with industry. Many of our BAS students begin by completing their Associate degree at Green River College, however, our BAS programs also welcome applications from students who have completed equivalent degrees at colleges and universities around the world.
Green River College has thought of innovative ways to bring students together on Zoom and Jackbox.tv for evenings of fun and laughter. What sets us apart from other colleges? We send out prizes! Doesn't matter where you live, we make sure you get a little bit of GRC in your mailbox.
You can now chat online with our Peer Mentors and Social Media Ambassadors from Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Taiwan and Vietnam. Get your questions answered in your own language.
Vice President of International Programs, Wendy Stewart, shares her hope-filled message for 2021.
Dr Suzanne Johnson's message to Green River College Community indicates that spring quarter will continue online.
Read More about the article: Spring Quarter 2021 Announcement December 15, 2020
According to IIE Open Doors, Green River College remains one of the top choices for students.
Read More about the article: Green River College #9 in Nation November 20, 2020
Here's an update on what Green River College is doing in response to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s proposed rule related to admission and duration of status for international students (F-1 visa holders).
Green River College Statement on U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s proposed rule relating to admission and duration of status
Green River College strongly opposes this proposed rule. It would create uncertainty and additional obstacles for international students.