Up Coming Events

  • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge
  • Monday March 20, 2017
  • The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

     Participants can:

    • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
    • Participate with a team
      • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
      • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
      • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
      • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

    Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

  • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions
  • Friday March 24, 2017
  • Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

    Sign up now.

    The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

    Guidelines:
    You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

  • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions
  • Saturday March 25, 2017
  • Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

    Sign up now.

    The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

    Guidelines:
    You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

  • HOGAR Workshop
  • Saturday March 25, 2017
  • We invite students and their parents to learn more about admission, scholarships, and how to be a competitive student. The workshops are conducted in Spanish, and everyone is welcome to attend.

    The Hispanic Organization for Growth, Advancement and Retention (HOGAR) is committed to bringing the Hispanic community at GGC together to provide resources and a voice to parents and students for their success.

    For more information, contact Dr. Luis Mora, 678.682.5659
    www.facebook.com/HOGARggc

     
  • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions
  • Sunday March 26, 2017
  • Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

    Sign up now.

    The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

    Guidelines:
    You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

  • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions
  • Monday March 27, 2017
  • Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

    Sign up now.

    The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

    Guidelines:
    You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

  • Back on Track!
  • Monday March 27, 2017
  • Why does a 2.0 matter? This workshop will explore the importance of understanding GGC’s academic policies, identify strategies to improve your academic performance, and understand college resources available to help you succeed.

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