Activity I – Improving Student Success and Community Outreach
The mission of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Title III Program of Gadsden State Community College is in accord with the College’s mission to meet the needs of diverse communities by offering quality educational and cultural experiences. Title III’s mission is to further provide resources and support for successful completion of career and educational goals by enhancing intellectual and technical skills of students and faculty, and by encouraging cultural exchanges within the community.
WHAT IS TITLE III?
Gadsden State crowns Homecoming King and Queen
22 November, 2017
Madalyn Oliver and Aaron Mackey were crowned Gadsden State Community College’s Homecoming King and Queen during festivities Nov. 13 at the Beck Field House.
22 November, 2017
Gadsden State to hold Transfer Fair Dec. 5
GSCC Singers annual Christmas tour
21 November, 2017
The Gadsden State Community College Singers and A Cappella Choir will be singing at many community events and churches during its 2017 Christmas Tour.
The singers will kick-off the tour at 6 p.m. Nov. 26 at College Heights Baptist Church. They are under the direction of J.T. Harrell. Other performance dates are:
Dec. 1 – Noon at Gadsden’s First Friday Ladies Forum
Dec. 3 – 5 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Glencoe
Cardinal volleyball players receive conference honors
20 November, 2017
The Gadsden State Athletic Department is proud to announce that three sophomore student-athletes received Alabama Community College Conference Region XXII honors. Jewel Mathis of New Hope was named to the All-Region First Team, Alexandria Vinson of Muscle Shoals was named to the All-Region Second Team and Madison Shelby of Huntsville was named to the All-Tournament team. The Lady Cardinals, coached by Connie Clark, finished the season with an ACCC record of 12-7 and 21-11 overall.
Gadsden State to host three workshops focused on student success
6 November, 2017
Gadsden State Community College is hosting three Student Success Workshops on three of its campuses this month.
“It’s important to arm our students with the tools they need to be successful,” said Cindy Greer, academic advisor and counselor at Gadsden State’s McClellan Center. “These workshops prepare them for life after they leave Gadsden State, whether it’s to transfer to a four-year university or go directly into the workforce.”