The Division of Health Sciences at Glen Oaks Community College has announced two new nursing faculty members: Melissa Blair and Lisa Cripe.
Glen Oaks Community College recently announced its outstanding scholars for the Summer 2022 Semester.
The Affinity House in Centreville is part of a national network of clubhouses offering community support. Research shows the programs are a cost-effective way to reduce incarceration, homelessness and psychiatric hospitalization among people with severe mental illness, and also improves employment rates, social connections, and well-being among participants.
Glen Oaks President Dr. David Devier reflects on the “unfulfilled potential of Glen Oaks Community College in changing the lives of more of our community members.”
The Mendon Drama Club returns to the stage Friday, this time with their production of Disney’s “Descendants: The Musical.”
U.S. Rep. Fred Upton will be on the campus of Glen Oaks Community College at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, August 9 to announce a $900,000 grant to implement a safe, effective, and cost-efficient distance learning model for all Glen Oaks students.
Mishler was the Glen Oaks Vikings baseball coach from 1992 to 2002.
Several students were recently recognized for their acceptance as registered apprentices through the St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education Consortium.
With Doug on vacation in Beantown, friend of the show Dan Moyle steps in as Alek’s cohost for this week’s episode with Erin Schultes. Erin is the Democratic candidate for District Two St. Joseph County Commissioner, vice chair of the St. Joseph County, Michigan Democrats, and a member of the Three Rivers Pride Committee. The trio discusses why Erin decided to run for public office, the recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, and the Ban Off Our Bodies protest in Centreville which Erin organized and Dan attended.
The Glen Oaks Community College Foundation, in partnership with the Glen Oaks Student Services Department, received a $3,000 Building Vibrant Communities Grant from Midwest Energy & Communications (MEC) to purchase a new refrigerator and freezer for the Campus Cupboard, a student food pantry at Glen Oaks.
Approximately 300 people gathered in front of the St. Joseph County Courthouse Saturday to protest the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which had previously established abortion as a constitutional right.
The Bans Off Our Bodies Protest is scheduled to start at noon outside of the St. Joseph County Courthouse with the expectation that demonstrators will disperse around 4 p.m.
Glen Oaks Community College recently announced its outstanding scholars for the Winter 2022 Semester.
Adalberto (Jacob) Garcia, 24, of Sturgis faces up to 20 years in prison after a St. Joseph County Circuit Court jury found Garcia guilty on multiple charges related to possessing and processing child sexually abusive material, according to a press release issued by County Prosecutor David Marvin.
The Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees conducted its annual evaluation of President David H. Devier’s performance following the June 9 board meeting.
Students wanting to study cybersecurity now have the opportunity to apply for $1,500 scholarships at Glen Oaks Community College thanks to a new special partnership program between Microsoft Corporation and the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC).
Allied health programs are in high demand and as part of an initiative to help meet the need for allied health professionals in the community, Glen Oaks Community College has revamped a number of allied health certificate programs so that students can complete them in less than one year.
The Athletic Media Room at Glen Oaks Community College is sporting a vibrant new look thanks to GOCC alumnus Christopher (Kip) Young, and his firm KalBlue Group of Kalamazoo.