Gadsden State Community College continues its Educational Legacy Celebration at its Valley Street Campus on Oct. 15. Alumni, former instructors and community supporters are encouraged to attend the free event.
The public is invited to attend a ribbon cutting and open house for Gadsden State Community College’s One Stop Center located at 424 Cardinal Drive, Gadsden. The event is from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 6.
Twelve Margin of Excellence grants were awarded to members of Gadsden State Community College’s faculty and staff. The winners were recognized at a reception Wednesday, Sept. 23 at Gadsden State’s One Stop Center on the East Broad Campus.
Fall Mini II Registration
Gadsden State Community College Registration for Fall Mini II Semester 2015 is being held now until Wednesday, October 14. Classes will meet October 13 through December 15. Go to www.gadsdenstate.edu and click on the link to Self Service Banner on the left side of the page. View the Fall Semester 2015 Schedule or “Enter Secure Area” to begin the registration process. For more information contact the Registrar’s office at 256-549-8259 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jennifer Kossar was recently awarded the Jerry L. Culberson Nursing Scholarship, a distinguished scholarship from Gadsden State Community College.
The Summer Semester 2015 President’s List at Gadsden State Community College was released by Interim President Martha Lavender. Full-time students who earn a semester grade point average of 4.0 (with all A’s) and complete a minimum of 12 credit hours of college-level work are named to the President’s List. They are:
Albertville: Matthew Adkins Alexandria: Michael Rivers, Matthew Wicklund Altoona: David Cherry, Mark Patton Anniston: Vetayna Armstrong, Logan Boyd, Courtney Chandler, Cletus Gildon, Shannon Lawler, Marissa Little, Steven Luke, Matthew Moore, Lovona Newell, David Plunkett, Joel Ross, Kirstie Salers, Justin Senn, Kevin Thomas, Ursula Twyman Ashville: William Nolin Attalla: Joshua Barron, Daniel Fulmer, Jeffery Jacobs Boaz: Caitlyn Leeth, James Reid, Ashley Smith, Sriram Srirangam, Tim Williams Boligee: Joseph Wilson Centre: Michael Wilkes Collinsville: Jeffery Campbell, Efrain Lozada Robles, Gabriel Morales, Angel Sanchez, Jess Walls Crossville: Jeffrey Hamilton, Jessica Knott Dearmanville: Gustavo Rios Eastaboga: Jason Swope Fort Payne: Jose Adame, Luis Adame, Taylor Keef, Dillon Steele, James Wooten Fruithurst: Joe Sears Gadsden: Earmon Aaron, William Barron, Lajuan Bothwell, Adrienne Champion, Jacklene Dickson, Ruben Esparza, Tracy Hardin, Lonnie Harris, Lonterry Harrison, Charles Herman, Jason Letherwood, Tristan McCarver, Wallace Smith, Jacintha Sparks, James C. Story, James F. Story, Dillon Tidmore, Calvin Williams, Houston Word Glencoe: Tyler Divine, Jad Farrell, Corey Lofton, Clinton Ponder, Clayton Zahorscak Heflin: Justin Haynes Henagar: Seth Bryant Hokes Bluff: Rachel Berry Jacksonville: Pamela Adcock, Jean Dumont, Robert Love, Thomas Roberts, Luke Sides, Joshua Smith Leesburg: Jessica Cook Lincoln: Timothy Barnett, Chelsea Ramsey Mentone: Justin Lawton Ohatchee: Mason Conner Oxford: Sara Blittle, Erik Hoffman, Jaici Lott, Brijesh Patel, Robert Weiss, Justin Workman Pell City: Michael Elliott Piedmont: Terry Fowler, Brady Hardin, Kendra Hurst, Daryl McDivitt Ragland: Marion Waters Rainbow City: Brandon Byers, Jacob Norton, Joseph Proffitt, Brittany Strickland Rainsville: Adam Jackson, Timothy Wilks Sand Rock: Matthew Kennedy Southside: Zachary Christopher, Frankye Owen Springville: Rodriguez Battle, Kori Brown, Archie Burks, Dale Gilley, Albert Hawkins, David Pitts, Jacques Pyant, Acie Scarver, Jonathan Simmons, Earnest Stokes, Randy Street, Rodriquez Toney, Terrance Twyman, Alex Walley, Justin Wilkes Steele: Hondra Reneman Walnut Grove: Chase Blanton Weaver: Thomas Arrington, Ryan Conway, Jami Hall, Jessica Jennings, Jimmie Sides, Rachel Westcott Wellington: Dylan Rider
China: Hongyan Zhang Nigeria: Oluwagbemisola Aderibigbe
The Summer Semester 2015 Dean’s List at Gadsden State Community College was released by Interim President Martha Lavender. Full-time students who earn a semester grade point average of 3.5 or above but below 4.0 (with all A’s and B’s) and complete a minimum of 12 credit hours of college-level work are named to the Dean’s List. They are:
Alexandria: Robert Blackwell, Tracie Crane, Ashley Sisson Altoona: John Abernathy, Brittany Kilgo Anniston: Victoria Collins, Karen Haywood, Meranda Magouirk, Benetta McBride, Chase McWilliams, Ashley O’Neal, Jamarco Rudolph, Andrew Smirl, John Wilson Ashville: Amy Wallace, Jonah Williams Attalla: Jatory Crook, Lisa Horton, Calvin Rogers, Ana Smith, Chiquita Thomas, Michael Tucker Boaz: Aracely Alvarez, Christopher Cornelius, Mason Giles Cedar Bluff: Jiawei Hoang Fruithurst: Austin Jordan Fyffe: Stephen Forrest Gadsden: Deangelo Blackburn, Hannah Burchfield, Michael Butler, Brian Carroll, Paul Costa, Vertis Embry, Manuel Fitts, Marco Green, Gerald Hardy, Mildred Hutchinson, Mariah Jolley, Cynthia Jones, Kelly Lankford, Barry Lawrence, Jose Rivas, Joshua Sekulski, Tamela Threatt, Lois Williams Glencoe: Jared Diggs, Melena Wilbourn Guntersville: Haftamu Abay Heflin: Charles Bachus Higdon: Branden Higdon Hokes Bluff: Timothy Cobb Jacksonville: Adrian Bush, Alexandria Dorough, Breanna Hosch, Mia Jefferson, Stacy Kirby, Darius Redwine, Benjamin Speer, Mark Vincent Lincoln: Jessica Prescott Lineville: William Kelley, LaKeshia Kerley Munford: Cody Deese Muscadine: James Lee Oneonta: Robert Fondren Oxford: Lorna Clark, Rebecca Cofer, Candace Gadson, Thaivy Hart, Trenton Jackson, Latoya Reyes, Sydney Smith Piedmont: Chelsea Butler, Morgan Hill, Amy Johnson, Maggie McKee Pinson: Christopher Hayes Rainbow City: Toni Hassanin, Stone Reed, Brooklyn Sparks Southside: Robert Amos, Katlynne Firestone, Ashton Hall, Cortney Keener, Dalena Kelley Springville: Tommy Glasgow, Mickey Sellers Steele: Angelia Crawford Talladega: William Lett, Demetrius Tuck, Nakyia Nix Weaver: Richard Hall
Equatorial Guinea: Joaquina Esono Nchama, Sandra Okomo Mba Nsing, Anita Mangue Ondo Nigeria: Muhedeen Adewunmi, Ayomide Oluwanusi
The Gadsden State Community College Public Relations & Marketing Department continued its winning tradition by receiving 14 awards at the Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association (ACCSPRA) Annual Conference held recently in Perdido Beach.
Registration for free GED classes offered at Gadsden State in Anniston will be held at 8:15 a.m. every Wednesday for the morning classes at the Cheaha Career Center located on the Ayers Campus. Registration for the evening classes will be held the first and third Wednesday at 5 p.m. GED classes meet from 8 a.m. to noon or from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Evening classes
The Continuing Education Department at Gadsden State is offering several courses at the Ayers Campus this fall for high school students and community members ranging from Driver’s Education to basic computer skills.
All campuses are open.
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.)