Jacob May and companion Nala face challenges, from college courses to Special Olympics competitions, together.
One Business professor connects GCC marketing students to peers in Ghana.
Keep your eye on alumna Angela Warren. She has big plans to improve her community, and the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation's graduate scholarship award moves her that much closer to her goal.
English faculty Gary Lawrence recently published "Baffled," a book of short stories full of local color and characters.
Faculty study in Mexico to promote global learning and internationalize curriculum.
The GCC Biotechnology Program is hosting a workshop for High School teachers. It's not mad science, it's Bioscience!
Leaders of the GCC chapter of the Male Empowerment Network will join District colleagues this month to plan Fall events.
Deaf students celebrate achievements
Seven GCC students arrived early to the spring commencement exercises in May, eagerly taking their places in the front row. All had something in common, having earned higher-education credentials at GCC. But something else united this group: the shared... Read more
Advances in computer-aided design and 3D printing technology means that today's designers need advanced skills to enter the CAD industry.
The HT1 and T1 building renovations received interior design accolades at the 2014 IIDA P.R.I.D.E awards.