Classes on the Wallace Drive Campus will not meet tonight, Wednesday, April 9th. Classes will resume on Thursday morning.
Classes on the Wallace Drive Campus will not meet tonight, Wednesday, April 9th. Classes will resume on Thursday morning.April 9th, 2014
Allen Hall & Browder Hall on the Wallace Drive Campus will be closed today, April 9th, until 4:30 p.m.
Gadsden State will sponsor a seminar to join in the celebration of the nation’s 3.1 million registered nurses, the largest health care profession, during National Nurses Week in May. This year’s theme Nurses: Leading the Way is designed to highlight the contributions nursing professionals make in providing safe and high quality patient care to improve our nation’s health care system.
Gadsden State needs your help to win Home Depot’s Retool Your School Grant funding which is available to Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The grant has three options including one winner for the Tier I Major Project Award of $50,000, thirteen winners of the Tier II Minor Project awards of $10,000, and three winners for the Campus Pride Project
Gadsden State’s Lacey Buchanon of Jacksonville was named Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) Region XXII and North Division 2014 Player of the Year. She was also named to the All-Region and All-North Division first teams. Buchanon was joined by teammates Taylor Adams of Scottsboro and Sarah Garner of Piedmont in receiving postseason honors.
Two students were selected to represent Gadsden State Community College as members of the All-Alabama Academic Team. Andrew McMillan of Southside and Trois White of Boaz will be honored at a dinner in Montgomery where they will be recognized by the Alabama Community College System and receive $1,000 academic scholarships from the All-USA Academic Program. Both students have volunteered their time participating in various campus and community functions.
April is National Community College Month and Gadsden State, a member institution of the Alabama Community College System (ACCS), is joining with community colleges across the state and nation to celebrate. The ACCS is the state’s single largest system of public higher education and is Alabama’s most affordable and accessible system of higher education.
C.A.R.E. Fairs in Anniston & Gadsden
The Gadsden State Counseling and Advising Center is sponsoring two C.A.R.E. (Community Agencies Ready to Engage) Fairs in April as part of the “We Care” Community College Month celebration. The first event will be held Tuesday, April 1, at the McClellan Center in Anniston from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. A second fair will be held Tuesday, April 15 at Inzer Hall on the Wallace Drive Campus in Gadsden from 10:00 a.m. to noon. Various service providers and community agencies will be available to share human services information related to domestic violence, mental health, family and relationships. Both events are free and the public is invited to attend. For more information, contact Janekia Mitchell at 256-549-8212 or email@example.com. Contact Cindy Greer at 256-238-9348 or firstname.lastname@example.org for the Anniston event.
Gadsden State Community College International Programs will host its annual International Festival, “Boldly Go”, on April 11 at Convention Hall in Gadsden. The festival includes displays showcasing countries from around the world, food, and entertainment. Tickets are on sale now through the Wallace Hall online box office at http://www.international.wallacehall.org/;
The Gadsden State Community College A Cappella Choir and Singers, under the direction of J.T. Harrell, will be touring Northeast Florida and Southeast Alabama April 2-6. The tour will take the group to Troy University, Lurleen B. Wallace Community College, First Baptist Church of Enterprise, Northwest Florida Corrections Facility, Gulf Coast Community College,
Gadsden State Community College will offer AMSTI “Aiming Higher” Summer Institute for Professional Development workshops for high school math and science teachers in June.
Etowah County Career Fair April 11
Gadsden State will host an Etowah County Career Fair on April 11, from 8:00 a.m. to noon in Beck Field House on the Wallace Drive Campus. Juniors and seniors from area schools are invited, and over 1,000 students are expected to attend. The event will provide an opportunity for the students to explore various careers of interest.
Two Gadsden State students were recently awarded national scholarships through the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI). Donald R. Kelley of Anniston and Khalil Williams of Gadsden each received $2,000 in scholarship funds to use toward pursuing their degrees in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration.
Instructions are listed below.
click Student, click Student Account, click Tax Notification, enter 2013 for year and click Submit. The page can be printed.
STUDENTS!! HELP FINDING YOUR NEW STUDENT ID – G NUMBER
Beginning Fall 2012, students will be using a new administrative software. In order to log into your student account, you will need your new student identification or G#. If you do not already know your G#, please follow these directions to retrieve your new student ID.
- Go to https://ssb.gadsdenstate.edu
- Select the first option that says “Enter Secure Area”
- If you know your G#, this is where you would enter it. If you do not know your G#, you can enter your old GSCC Student ID OR your Social Security Number. The PIN is your six-digit birthdate. (mmddyy). You will be required to change your PIN the first time you sign in.
- Click on “Student Button”; then click “Student Records”; then “View Student Information”. The G# will be in the top right hand corner.
- You will need to memorize your G# and have it available when you visit any office on campus. (Note: The “G” must always be capitalized or upper case when you log in.)