Glen Oaks News 2020
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Students in both the Nursing and Allied Health programs at Glen Oaks Community College will be able to move into the workforce a bit sooner in light of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s efforts to meet the increased need for healthcare personnel as a result of COVID-19. The campus moved to full
Students can now register for both summer and fall classes at Glen Oaks Community College—and although the campus is closed, the Student Services staff is working remotely to help students steer through the process in light of the COVID-19 outbreak. Summer classes begin on May 18, and all summer classes
Glen Oaks Community College has been awarded a $50,000 grant to be used toward installation and implementation of a modernized campus video surveillance system. Funded through the Michigan State Police Sexual Assault Grant program, the college was one of four community colleges and 19 four-year universities selected for funding. The
The shift to online learning across the county has presented challenges for students, faculty and staff alike, as continued adjustments are made to meet the need for students to complete classes. “Many of our professors have never taught online classes before and had to swiftly transition their face-to-face classes over
As a result of the decision to complete classes online throughout the remainder of the winter semester, Glen Oaks Community College is refunding prorated housing fees to the residents of the Devier Student Suites. The campus and housing facilities closed on March 15 in response to limit the spread of