Up Coming Events
- Time Management
- Monday January 23, 2017
Are you puzzled about where all of your times goes? Academic success depends on effective time management. This workshop will help you identify time wasters, learn how to manage your time, and manage your goals.
- Eating the Elephant: How to Start the Essay Writing Process
- Tuesday January 24, 2017
Starting an essay can be a daunting task! This workshop helps you digest the writing process and makes writing an essay of any length manageable.
- Study Skills & Test Taking Strategies
- Wednesday January 25, 2017
Why are study skills important? This workshop will discuss the importance of establishing study skills and provide students with tips for test taking.
- This Isn't the 13th Grade!
- Thursday January 26, 2017
We aren’t in Kansas anymore Toto… College can be a culture shock! Discover the differences between high school and college, and learn how to step up your game to follow the yellow brick road to success.
- Faculty and Staff Directory Head shots
- Friday January 27, 2017
Directory head shots will be taken for GGC Faculty and Staff members January 27 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Photos will be taken in Studio Grizzly, Building I-1132. No appointment needed, just stop by the studio during the open hours.
- Time Management in the Digital Age
- Monday January 30, 2017
The Time Management in Digital Age workshop is offered to help students manage their time more effectively in today’s wired world. The one-hour workshop offers students information on free apps and digital programs to manage their time to be more efficient, strategies to avoid procrastination and overcome information overload, and examples to prioritize and declutter.
- Developing a Growth Mindset
- Tuesday January 31, 2017
In a growth mindset, the most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work—brains and talent are just the starting point. We will go over how to develop it.
- Outdoor Adventures Ski Trip
- Saturday February 25, 2017
Sugar Mountain Resort, NC
Ski or snowboard with Outdoor Adventures at Sugar Mountain Resort, NC.
- Lift tickets for two days of skiing and boarding
- Ski or snowboard rental
- Beginner ski or snowboard lessons
- One night’s stay at the Best Western
- Lunch and Dinner on Saturday
- Breakfast Lunch and Dinner on Sunday
Cost to the student is only $155.00.
Payment can be made with Cash, Check, or Credit Card at Student Accounts in D-1147. Bring proof of payment to the WRC from the Student Accounts office.
Space is limited to the first 48 GGC Students to pay and fill out a waiver in the Outdoor Adventures Office, located in the WRC.
Please contact Ian Rodgers at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.