Gadsden State Student Activities will host its Top 10 Talent Show Tuesday, March 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Wallace Fine Arts Center Auditorium. Ten student acts will compete for a $200 first place prize including singers Amber Doswell, Shantoria Gallagher, and Antwon Hoyt of Gadsden; Hannah Gregg of Cedar Bluff; along with Harold “JayR” Morris and Michael Sheppard of
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
Auditions for the Gadsden State Southern Belle dance team will be held Wednesday, March 12 and Thursday, March 13 beginning at 2:00 p.m. each day, in the band room at Wallace Hall Fine Arts Center located on the Wallace Drive Campus. The audition and workshop are open to female students planning to attend Gadsden State during Fall Semester 2014. Dancers should come prepared to learn and perform a dance routine for the audition. Dancers will perform the audition routine in a group but will be scored individually. The Southern Belle dancers have been performing for college and community events for more than 35 years, including the Miss Gadsden State Pageant and Christmas Charity Showcase. Dancers chosen to participate with the Southern Belles will be awarded scholarships. For more information contact Kay Smith-Foster, director and choreographer, at 256-549-8224 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gadsden State Community College is proud to announce its recipients of the annual National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence Awards. The 2014 honorees include Stewart Davis, director of physical plant, David Murdock, English instructor, Gary Udaka, welding instructor, and Vivian Burnett, transcript evaluator.
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 Library will recognize March as National Women’s History Month with various types of displays focusing on the role of women in shaping American history. The library at Gadsden State Cherokee will have a display of a vintage wire dress form creating a dress out of famous quotes from historical women.
College Transfer Day Rescheduled for March 6
Gadsden State has rescheduled its College Transfer Day events to Thursday, March 6. The event previously scheduled for the Ayers and Wallace Drive campuses was postponed due to the inclement weather that swept through the state several weeks ago. The Ayers Campus session will be held from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. on the second floor of the Cheaha Center in Anniston.
Gadsden State Community College is offering an opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to take advantage of the 2014-2015 Early College Enrollment Program (ECEP). ECEP, now in its eighth year at Gadsden State, enables students who have an interest in high-wage/high-demand technical majors to work toward a college degree with free tuition provided, while
Gadsden, Ala.–Toshiko Abe, deputy foreign minister for the Japanese government and a member of the House of Representatives, is a recipient of the 2014 Outstanding Alumni Award presented by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC).
Cardinals homecoming favorites were selected by popular student vote and were chosen from all campuses. Courtney Van Nest of Alexandria was crowned the 2014 Homecoming Queen. She is majoring in education and represented the Wallace Drive Campus. Jacob Mitchell was the favorite chosen to escort Van Nest. Mitchell is a native of Rome, Georgia, majoring in engineering.
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Alumni invited to share their story for a chance to win a scholarship in their name for a deserving Alabama student
To mark the 50th anniversary of its founding, the Alabama Community College System (ACCS) is launching a scholarship contest that aims to capture inspiring real-life stories of success from former students of its 26 colleges.
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.)