GGC Notables: Celebrating Faculty and Staff Achievements

Where are they now? Where are they now?

Five GGC alumni share their success stories.

Celebrating Women's History Month

GGC women, transforming lives and making history.

Learn about Women's History Month, and join the conversation during the Women's Empowerment Panel Discussion, March 21, 2-3 p.m.

Enhance your bachelor's degree with a minor, such as the gender studies minor.

Grad’s journey takes her from West Africa to GGC for a criminal justice degree

Criminal Justice / Criminology

“When you step into a new environment, everything looks new,” said Nana Afia Serwaa Oppong. “At the start of my academic journey at GGC, I realized the weather, the accents, the style of dressing, the food and the mannerisms of the people were starkly different from what I was used to.”

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Venezuelan immigrant overcomes cultural, language barriers to graduate college

Camille Covarrubias originally enrolled in GGC's English Language Institute. Her GGC experience was welcoming, diverse and interesting, which prompted her to apply to GGC for a bachelor's degree and to enroll in the Hispanic Achievers Committed to Excellence in Results (HACER) learning community. Advocating for her peers in HACER aligned with the same skills taught in the health science patient navigation program. The degree was a perfect fit.

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