Celebrate Manufacturing Week will be held October 13-17, 2014 with more than 1,500 manufacturing events across the country taking place during the celebration. Ten events are scheduled throughout the state of Alabama with a series of events taking place
Marie Roberts was recently awarded a distinguished scholarship from Gadsden State Community College for 2014-15. She received the Women’s Club of Weiss Lake Scholarship which was established in 2013. Roberts, a sophomore majoring in Office Administration, is a resident of Cedar Bluff and mother of four. This partial tuition scholarship is awarded to a deserving female student, resident of
The Summer Semester 2014 President’s List at Gadsden State was released by Interim President Helen T. McAlpine. Full-time students who earn a semester grade point average of 4.0 and complete a minimum of 12 credit hours of college-level work are named to the President’s List. They are:
Gadsden State Community College recently released the names of the 2014 graduating class. The graduates are:
When students march down the aisle at Gadsden State’s commencement ceremony they are most likely thinking of their own college traditions and are oblivious to the unique tradition that is an essential part of the ceremony. George McSpadden has been playing Mendelssohn’s Priest’s March for as many years as there have been commencements at Gadsden State. Beginning with the first
The Gadsden State Alumni Association will host a celebration on Thursday, October 2 featuring the Shane Givens Band. The band is celebrating the release of their second CD and has been featured on Zuus TV as a “band on the rise.” Their popular video Hillbilly Superman quickly became a sensation and is rising to the top of the country charts.
Gadsden State students, faculty, and staff will celebrate the observance of National Constitution Week September 14-20 with several activities focusing on the major ideals of the U.S. Constitution such as promoting the general welfare and ensuring domestic tranquility.
Gadsden State female students interested in competing for the Miss Gadsden State Community College Pageant crown are encouraged to submit an application by Monday, September 22 at 4:00 p.m. An orientation session for contestants will be held Tuesday, September 23 at 2:00 p.m. in the Wallace Hall Fine Arts Center, room 128. The Pageant is part of the Miss America Organization, the world’s largest competitive scholarship program for young women. Participants in this preliminary must perform a 90-second talent and perform choreographed numbers during the pageant. Contestants will also select a platform or cause for which they feel passionate about, and spend time supporting this cause. The judging categories include interview, on-stage question, talent, evening wear and lifestyle and fitness. As Miss Gadsden State Community College 2015, the winner will fill an important role as a leader and receive a two-semester scholarship to Gadsden State. Additional scholarship opportunities will be provided through participation at the Miss Alabama Pageant next June.
The Miss Gadsden State Pageant will be held Friday, November 7 at Wallace Hall in Gadsden.
Find out more information concerning the required criteria and the pageant event at http://www.gadsdenstate.edu/college-life/miss-gadsden-state.php or contact Dr. Judy Hill at 256-549-8329 or email@example.com. Students or parents may also contact Kay Smith-Foster at 256-549-8224 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Morning registration for free GED classes at Gadsden State Community College’s Ayers Campus will be held every 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 8:00 a.m. and evening registration will be held at 4:45 p.m. (no late arrivals). New students for the Ayers Campus may register by coming to the Cheaha Career Center, Room 126, in Anniston. GED classes meet Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. or 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Evening classes meet from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. GED classes are free, and are open to all adults 17 or older who have not finished
ACT Prep, Driver’s Ed & Other Courses Offered through Continuing Ed.
The Gadsden State Continuing Education Department will offer classes this fall with high school students in mind as well as lifelong learners. By taking advantage of the ACT Prep, high school juniors and seniors will have an opportunity to prepare before the final 2014 ACT Test date of December 13 and meet the mid-December scholarship deadlines for many 4-year
Skills for Home Care Givers Course Offered at GSCC
The Continuing Education Department at Gadsden State Community College is offering a new class entitled “Skills for Home Care Givers.” This three-week, abbreviated program will teach important basic skills needed to deliver proper care to home bound patients and to help individuals care for their own personal well-being. The course will be taught at the Valley Street
Gadsden State College is offering two new courses Fall Semester that will be attractive to many students in addition to art majors. Students may take advantage of the new digital media lab located in Wallace Hall and explore the possibilities of digital art. Both digital photography (Art 175) and graphic design (art 253) are new courses being offered for the first time this
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.)