Glen Oaks News 2020
Welcome to the Glen Oaks News Archive pages. All of our media releases for the specified year can be found here.
Although students have already started fall semester classes at Glen Oaks Community College, there’s still time to register for a few select late-start courses. Glen Oaks is offering four, 10-week accelerated online classes that will run from Oct. 5 through Dec. 18. The courses are ENG 121 – “English Composition
Students returning to Glen Oaks this semester are seeing some major improvements to the campus. “With fewer people around over the summer due to COVID-19, it was a perfect time to complete several projects that had been on the backburner,” said Dr. David Devier, Glen Oaks president. The main project
Glen Oaks Community College announced that it will serve as a Frontliners Champion to support the Futures for Frontlines program unveiled today by Governor Gretchen Whitmer. The program provides the opportunity for essential workers during the pandemic to attend community college for free. “We believe strongly that those who were
Glen Oaks Community College announces its outstanding scholars for the Summer 2020 Semester. Students on the President’s Honor Roll achieved a grade point average of 3.75-4.0. Students on the Dean’s Honor Roll achieved a grade point average of 3.5-3.74. The students are listed alphabetically according to their towns of residency.
After a 14-year hiatus, Ed Culp is returning to Glen Oaks as head golf coach for the Vikings. Culp had a successful stint between 1998 and 2006 where the Vikings qualified a player six out of eight years for the National Junior College tournament finals. During this time the Vikings