Glen Oaks News 2020
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CENTREVILLE, MI — Glen Oaks Community College employees will begin to return to campus in phases beginning on June 15. Students and visitors should make appointments prior to visiting campus. Employees have been working remotely since mid-March as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our employees are attending virtual meetings
As the executive order is lifted, employees at Glen Oaks Community College will begin to return to work on June 15, and the faculty and staff are learning what those plans entail. “We take this seriously and want to be sure we are taking the necessary precautions at the college
With the goal of attaining accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), Glen Oaks Community College has revised its Associate of Applied Science in Nursing program to align with the requirements of the Michigan Board of Nursing. “Although plans were moving along over the past year to
Glen Oaks Community College will award $288,341 in emergency grants to assist eligible students whose lives and education have been disrupted by the Coronavirus outbreak. The funding is part of the overall $6 billion package from the U.S. Department of Education through the Higher Education Emergency Relief fund, authorized by
Sturgis High School junior Kori Stroh is a recipient of the Breaking Traditions Award presented by the Michigan Department of Education. Stroh is in the St. Joseph County Career and Technical Education (CTE) Welding program held at Glen Oaks Community College. The award recognizes students pursuing technical careers considered nontraditional