for Winter 2015 semester begins Nov. 10.
Return to Learn
Glen Oaks will host the St. Joseph County Return 2 Learn Information Session on Thursday, Nov. 20 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Dresser Business Development Center on the Glen Oaks Campus. Whether you are a first-time college student, you need a few credits to complete a degree, or you want to obtain a bachelor's degree, this event is for you! Join us to discuss programs and services at Glen Oaks Community College and learn about our partnerships with Trine University and Spring Arbor university for bachelor degrees offered on the Glen Oaks campus.
Glen Oaks Fitness/Wellness Center now open on Saturdays
The Glen Oaks Fitness/Wellness Center will be open on Saturdays beginning this Saturday from 8 am to noon. All current memberships are valid for the new 6 day a week schedule. THIS WEEK ONLY, patrons must enter through the Sauger Lake Rd drive as the main Shimmel Road drive will be getting resurfaced. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Allied Health Club is collecting coats, hats, mittens and gloves
The Allied Health Club is collecting gently used or new coats, hats, mittens, gloves and/or other winter apparel that you can donate. Items for any age or gender is welcomed. All items will be donated to the Free Stores in both Three Rivers and Centreville. Bring items to the collection box in the TTC, just to the left as you enter. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.
College receives "Brick" award; Balaguer receives "Chamber Participation" award"
The Three Rivers Chamber of Commerce recently presented a “Brick Award” to the College for improvements and renovations made this past year. President Devier accepted the award on behalf of the college. Accompanying the award was recognition provided by the State of Michigan in the form of a certificate awarded by Senator John Proos. Additionally, Mary Kay Balaguer, director of business services, was recognized with the prestigious “Chamber Participation Award” given to those who have been very involved in the Chamber’s success over this past year! Congratulations!
Medical Assisting Program receives reaccreditation
to Brenda Luczek, professor of allied health and program chair, and the
Medical Assisting faculty and staff for their successful continuance of
accreditation for the Medical Assisting Certificate program!!
Spring Arbor University B.S. in Organization Management program on Glen Oaks campus starts Tues., Oct. 21 - Contact Karen Rice, at (269) 372-9754 or at Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Glen Oaks welcomes Trio's Deli to campus this fall. Trio's will open on August 25