GGC students, faculty, and staff are invited to take a short survey about the library. Your answers will help improve library facilities, services, and resources. GGC students who complete the survey could win a Barnes & Noble bookstore gift card. Complete the survey today.
GGC wants to put safety at your fingertips! Download LiveSafe, a free mobile app for iPhone or Android devices, allowing you to share emergency and non-emergency information quickly and conveniently, as well as receive important safety alerts. It will help create a safer campus community by simplifying safety communications, helping prevent incidents before they occur.
GGC Counseling and Psychological Services and the Gwinnett Suicide Prevention Collation will host world-renowned suicide prevention speaker Kevin Hines from 2-4 p.m. on Oct. 27 in the Heritage Room. Hines will speak about his own struggles with suicide and advocacy work in raising awareness and preventing suicide. Seating is limited to the first 200 attendees.
With growing national issues in the aging population, social pressures on young adults and the rapidly changing profile of the American family, employment in human development and aging services are projected to experience above average growth. Learn more about the new Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Aging Services degree program at GGC.