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Spring 2021 Textbook Purchases
The GGC Bookstore encourages convenient online book sales at www.ggc.bncollege.com. The campus store is also open for business with limited capacity and social distancing measures in place.
Financial Aid Book Advance Dates
Purchases: Nov. 1 – Jan. 28
Last day to return: Jan. 29
Bookstore Services and Hours
Bookstore is open in a limited capacity for the following services:
- Online order pick up: 1st floor faculty dining
- GGC merchandise and customer service: 2nd floor
- Dual enrollment and textbook counter service: 3rd floor
Extended Hours: Jan. 11-24
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Regular semester hours resume Jan. 25
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Check www.ggc.bncollege.com for the latest.
Career Development and Advising Center
Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Schedule appointments through ClawLink, powered by Handshake (login required).
- Email: CareerServices@ggc.edu
- Call 678.407.5702.
- Stop by the Career Development Center in the Student Center, Building E, Suite 2130.
Virtual Resume Reviews
Monday and Wednesday
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday
2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Upload your resume into your ClawLink, powered by Handshake (login required) account, and a staff member will review it in the order received.Learn more about Career Development and Advising Center
Claw Card Office
Disability Services is only accepting appointments.
- Email Disability Services for an appointment.
Higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19?
Students who fall into one of the CDC categories for being at higher risk for severe illness due to COVID-19 may self-identify and request a reasonable alternative educational arrangement. Students who believe that they fall into one of the risk categories must submit a request for an alternative educational agreement. Students must submit medical documentation demonstrating that the student has one of the underlying medical conditions as part of the request. Students may make a request for a reasonable alternative educational arrangement by contacting Disability Services.
If a student requests an alternative educational arrangement based on one of the qualifying risk categories and provides supporting documentation, then Disability Services will engage in an interactive process with the student to determine if a reasonable alternative educational arrangement is available. This process will be similar to the way Disability Services addresses ADA and Section 504 accommodation requests from students with disabilities and/or temporary impairments.Contact Disability Services CDC COVID-19 Increased Risk Information
Grizzly Dining continues to rapidly change based on the needs of the community and federal, state and local guidelines. Campus dining locations will be available in a manner that complies with existing CDC and Georgia Department of Health guidelines in place beginning Aug. 3.
To meet these guidelines, GGC will have safety protocols and best practices in place using guidance from ServSafe and The National Restaurant and Georgia Restaurant Associations, which have worked with the latest state-issued executive order on how to re-open. This also includes recommendations from the FDA, the Georgia Department of Health and from all retail brands and our new food service provider, Aladdin.
This layered approach will allow Grizzly Dining to resume operations that provides social distancing while allowing the service to continue. Diners may see a reimagined dining experience in terms of To-Go options, online ordering and contactless meal pick up.Learn more about Grizzly Dining
Computer and Study Spaces
The Kaufman Library is open with controlled access due to social distancing guidelines. Study rooms (with reduced occupancy) must be booked online via study room reservation (up to 14 days in advance, three hours per day limit).
All books should be returned using the book drop outside the library on the side facing the Student Center (open 24/7). Other library materials should be returned inside the building.
Please contact the Bookstore to return rentals.
Library users may check out items using your Claw Card by bringing them to the main desk on the first floor.
Questions? Please contact Ask a Librarian.View hours and more about the Kaufman Library
The GGC Mail Services Center is accepting appointments. We highly recommend using electronic communication. Email questions to ClawCard@ggc.edu.
Student residents will be contacted to schedule a time to pick up any packages they receive.
Daily campus-wide mail delivery has resumed; however, USPS suite service is suspended. Mail for suites may be picked up from their building's mailroom. Bins are available in all mailrooms for outgoing mail. Large mailings should be scheduled by emailing ClawCard@ggc.edu.
Building B Location
Building B has been returned to the original mailroom location in the fleet hallway behind room 1400 next to Einstein’s. Occupants of Building B will no longer use the provost’s office for incoming or outgoing mail.
Temporary Location: Building D
Enrollment Management can pick up their mail in the Building D mailroom (resource room across from Registrars suite).
Mentoring and Advising Center
The Mentoring and Advising Center is only accepting appointments.
- Contact your advisor directly.
- Email the Mentoring and Advising Center for an appointment.
For assistance with registration, please email your advisor/mentor to schedule an appointment or attend a Mentoring and Advising Center virtual drop-in session with a student success advisor.Learn more about the Mentoring and Advising Center
Peer Supplemental Instruction (PSI)
Peer Supplemental Instruction (PSI) is available through live virtual PSI sessions to support students in STEM-related subjects.
View the weekly updated virtual PSI session schedule.
Student Affairs Support
The following student support is available online, by phone or by email:
- Students can reach out to Grizzlies Helping Grizzlies assistance by calling 678.407.5882 or emailing Student Affairs from your GGC Claw Mail.
- Find online information about and submit to Student Complaints.
- The GGC Student Behavioral Concerns Team (SBCT) promotes campus safety and the well-being of students through the identification, assessment, intervention and management of student situations that may pose a threat to the safety and wellbeing of the campus community and/or the individual student. The SBCT develops intervention and support strategies and takes appropriate action to help connect the student to any necessary resources and/or further resolve the situation. Report concerning behavior online.
Tutoring: Academic Enhancement Center
Wellness and Recreation Center
Jan. 11 – May 13
The Wellness and Recreation Center (WRC) is open to members by appointment only.
Closed: pool, basketball court, racquetball court, group fitness studio, and track
Workout and Activity Space Options
- Free weights
- Machine weights
- Functional training
- Adaptive fitness
- Monday – Friday: 90-minute sessions at 2-hour intervals between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday: first come, first served, adhering to advised capacity guidelines
- 90-minute sessions
- 1 hour workout
- 30-minute use of locker room and exit the facility
- Members must arrive within 30 minutes of a scheduled appointment or risk forfeiting the appointment.
- Walk-ins will be admitted if operating under capacity.
- Members may schedule up to 3 appointments each week.
WRC Building Hours
- Monday – Friday: 6 a.m. – 8 p.m.
- Saturday: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
- Sunday: 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.
WRC and Social Distancing Policies
- Academic PHED classes are NOT required to schedule an appointment.
- Face coverings are required when social distancing cannot be maintained (at least 10 feet at all times, 15 feet during intense exercise)
- A GGC Claw Card or full name is required upon entry.
- Members may not workout with or adjacent to each other unless they live in the same household.
- Maximum occupancy and social distancing measures for each activity space will be strictly enforced.
- Members must clean any equipment immediately after use.
- Guests will not be admitted in the interest of serving the campus community first.
- Please do not use equipment taken offline for social distancing.
The WRC staff reserve the right to remove and revoke access from anyone who does not abide by these policies.
Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.More about the Wellness and Recreation Center
Monday, Jan. 18: Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Monday, May 31: Closed for Memorial Day
Monday, July 5: Closed for Independence Day
Monday, Sept. 6: Closed for Labor Day