Happy New Year!
On behalf of all of us here at Green River, we thank you for your partnership. Working in close partnership with you, in 2017 we welcomed and supported 1600 students from over 60 countries. Green River now ranks #8 in the US among community colleges in international enrollment. Thank you!
"Green River is helping me to develop into a very well-rounded person by giving me leadership opportunities on campus. I am surrounded by people from many different countries and the instructors and staff are very caring."
Anh Nguyen is from Vietnam. She came to Green River College in the fall of 2015 and will be transferring to the University of Texas, Arlington in January 2018 after receiving her high school diploma and 60 college credits.
Mark Li completed his Associate in Science Degree at Green River College in 2015 and is now a Ph. D. candidate in the Department of Cell and Anatomy at the University of Iowa. He is grateful for the support and encouragement he received at Green River College and encourages current and future Gators to reach out to Green River faculty and staff whenever they need help.
Year after year Green River international students gain admission to the top 100 universities across the United States and abroad. Students come to Green River for their first two years of university, work hard and then have a number of options when it comes to university tranfer. The class of 2017 transferred to the following universities this year: Universities in bold represent top 100 world universities (ARWU). Italicized universities represent top 100 American universities (US News).
Uyanga E. Uka attended Green River College from 2008-2019 and transferred to the University of Washington. She majored in accounting and then obtained an MBA from the University of Fiance and Economics of Mongolia. She now works as a tax professional with a global mining firm.
"During my time at Green River, I learned lessons that I am still using today and without which I would never have gotten into my graduate programs at Oxford and Yale." - Remco Zwetsloot - The Netherlands