Higher education continues to change at a fast pace to keep up with the everyday demands of both traditional students and adult learners. Whether it’s through traditional classes, hybrid offerings or online courses, there are a variety of avenues for which a student can further their education.
Gadsden State’s Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) program will host a workshop with the Birmingham Vet Center from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. June 6 in Beck Field House, room 140, on the Wallace Drive Campus. The workshop will focus on veterans transitioning from military life to civilian life.
The Ginn name is familiar to those close to Gadsden State Community College. Larry Ginn was a player on the 1969-70 basketball team and went on to be a Hall of Fame basketball and football coach. All three of his sons – Todd, Scott and Will – played basketball at Gadsden State. His oldest son, Todd, was the head coach for Gadsden State’s men’s basketball team for nine years while Scott and Will served as volunteer assistant coaches.
Outstanding students honored at ceremony
Gadsden State Community College recently held its 50th annual Honors Day events at the Ayers Campus Learning Resource Center in Anniston and at the Wallace Hall Fine Arts Center in Gadsden. The programs spanned two days of recognizing student achievements and scholarship presentations. Over 160 students were honored and more than $1.4 million was awarded in scholarships.