9 February, 2017
Gadsden State Community College recently released the names of the 2016 graduating class. The graduates are:
Albertville: Benjamin Breasseale, Kelli Bryant, Tyler Fountain, Martha Frank, Carmen Hurtado, Adam
Hyfield, Kaitlyn Kunkle, Joanna Lusher, Diana Martinez-Garcia, Tina McBride, Katrina Michael,
Roberto Miguel, Erika Pankey, Allison Parmer, Payton Smith, Kayle Terrell, Alex Vaught
Ayers Campus receives $15,000 grant from the Gene Haas Foundation
8 February, 2017
The Gene Haas Foundation recently presented Gadsden State Community College with a $15,000 grant to cover tuition for students pursuing credentials in the Precision Machining Program.
“At Gadsden State, we are honored to be a part of the Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship Fund,” said Steve Caldwell, instructor. “This grant will be used to benefit our students while they work toward a degree. The grant helps ease the burden on the families who are supporting them.”
Gadsden State Community College to host Preview Days
8 February, 2017
Gadsden State Community College begins the first of a series of Preview Days starting on Feb. 8 to allow prospective students to get a firsthand view of a campus of their choice in either Etowah, Calhoun or Cherokee counties. Preview Days will continue through April 4 at each of Gadsden State’s six campuses.
Prospective students of all ages are invited to take a tour and discover each of the technical and academic programs Gadsden State has to offer. The students will also learn about financial aid and dual enrollment options.
Gadsden State to host annual International Festival
24 February, 2017
Diversity, the quality or state of being composed of many different elements or types, has been a buzz word locally, nationally and globally for the past decade. Harmony, a word usually associated with music, also denotes a balanced, pleasing, or suitable arrangement of parts. With these words in mind, the Office of International Programs at Gadsden State Community College is set to celebrate the 2017 International Festival from 4 to 8 p.m. Feb. 24 at Gadsden Convention Hall.
Ireland-Alabama Connections/Valley Street Jazz Cafe/Cherokee Events
13 February, 2017
Gadsden State’s to host Ireland and Alabama, Cultural Connections
2 February, 2017
Ayers Campus offers Basic Computer Skills
NURSING PROGRAM APPLICATION LPN MOBILITY
Health Sciences Division
Nursing Applicants applying for 2019 will have to have completed MTH 100 at the time of application.
HONORS DAY AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTATIONS: ANNISTON
23 May, 2016
Special awards and scholarships were presented during Gadsden State Community College's annual Ayers Campus and McClellan Center Honors Day programs. Students receiving awards and scholarships were:
President's Cup Award -- Academic Division…Judson Martin, Jacksonville; Technical Division…Michael Trowse, Anniston;
Outstanding Achievement Award… Jaleel Burton, Amory Dudley and Spencer Knighton, all of Anniston;
HONORS DAY AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIP PRESENTATIONS
23 May, 2016
Special awards and scholarships were presented during Gadsden State Community College's annual Honors Day. Students receiving awards and scholarships include:
Allen-Ray Award of Excellence...Diana Martinez-Garcia, Albertville;
President's Cup Awards… Academic Division... Oluwagbemisola Gloria Aderibigbe, Nigeria; Technical Division...Joel
Evan Greene, Gadsden;
Gadsden State fall semester honors list
27 January, 2017
The Fall Semester 2016 President’s List at Gadsden State Community College was released by 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: Devin Bearden, Regina Buess, Andres Chavez,
Elizabeth Mitchell, William Scott
Alexandria: Savannah Beck, Austin Smith, Amanda Young