Events at GCC

  • New/Returning Student Orientation

    Wednesday January 19 6:00pm-8:30pm

    Attendance at an online orientation event is required for new, matriculated GCC students and those who have had a break in attendance for more than two years. Join us to make connections with faculty, staff and other students and learn more about what to expect in college. Register online at gcc.mass.edu/orientation. Please note that all Orientation events are virtual!

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    Secrets to Success Group Advising Session

    Friday January 21 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Join us for a virtual group advising event and learn what you need to succeed at GCC! RSVP for the Zoom link.

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    Welcome Week: Waffle Cone S'mores with Erving Station

    Monday January 24 11:00am-1:00pm

    Core Patio

    Welcome—or welcome back—to GCC. Join students and staff to celebrate the start of spring semester with free refreshments and waffle cone s’mores courtesy of alumni-owned business Erving Station.

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    Welcome Week: Crepes Tea House

    Tuesday January 25 11:00am-2:00pm

    Core Patio

    Welcome—or welcome back—to GCC. Join students and staff to celebrate the start of spring semester with free sweet and savory crepes by Crepes Tea House.

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    Welcome Week: Thai Chili Food Truck

    Wednesday January 26 11:00am-1:00pm

    Core Patio

    Welcome—or welcome back—to GCC! Join students and staff to celebrate the start of spring semester with a delicious free meal from Thai Chili Food Truck.

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    Moodle Help Lab

    Wednesday January 26 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Has Moodle got you in a muddle? Get hands-on help from Peer Mentors in both virtual and in-person sessions. In-person in the Library computer lab Thursday, 1/27 and Wendnesday, 2/2; online Wednesday, 1/26 (https://tinyurl.com/2p8aufj4) and Thursday, 2/3 (https://tinyurl.com/yc5r2tu3).

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    Welcome Week: Fireside Hot Cocoa & Coffee

    Thursday January 27 11:00am-1:00pm

    Core Patio

    Welcome—or welcome back—to GCC! Gather with fellow students and staff around our bonfire to celebrate the start of spring semester—featuring free hot cocoa and coffee drinks!

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    Moodle Help Lab

    Thursday January 27 12:00pm-1:00pm

    C301 Library Computer Lab

    Has Moodle got you in a muddle? Get hands-on help from Peer Mentors in both virtual and in-person sessions. In-person in the Library computer lab Thursday, 1/27 and Wendnesday, 2/2; online Wednesday, 1/26 (https://tinyurl.com/2p8aufj4) and Thursday, 2/3 (https://tinyurl.com/yc5r2tu3).

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    Moodle Help Lab

    Wednesday February 2 12:00pm-1:00pm

    C301 Library Computer Lab

    Has Moodle got you in a muddle? Get hands-on help from Peer Mentors in both virtual and in-person sessions. In-person in the Library computer lab Thursday, 1/27 and Wendnesday, 2/2; online Wednesday, 1/26 (https://tinyurl.com/2p8aufj4) and Thursday, 2/3 (https://tinyurl.com/yc5r2tu3).

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    Moodle Help Lab

    Thursday February 3 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Has Moodle got you in a muddle? Get hands-on help from Peer Mentors in both virtual and in-person sessions. In-person in the Library computer lab Thursday, 1/27 and Wendnesday, 2/2; online Wednesday, 1/26 (https://tinyurl.com/2p8aufj4) and Thursday, 2/3 (https://tinyurl.com/yc5r2tu3).

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    Manufacturing Information & Application Session

    Monday February 7 3:00pm-4:00pm

    This session will be held online! Sign up below and you'll receive an email with instructions for joining our Zoom info session.

    Are you looking for a career path in manufacturing? Training to be a machinist? Want upskilling courses in engineering technology? Attend an information session for students interested in exploring the world of manufacturing and learning the fundamentals that will prepare them for an entry level position in manufacturing, or as a precursor to the CNC Operator program. Veterans, women, unemployed, underemployed and other underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. Learn about career opportunities, pathways and programs offered. Start the application process! RSVP online. Trouble with the online registration form below? call the MassHire Franklin Hampshire Career Center at (413) 774-4361 to you up over the phone.

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    Artist Talk: Shana and Robert ParkeHarrison

    Wednesday February 9 12:00pm-1:00pm

    An Art Department. Join via Zoom. The ParkeHarrisons construct fantasies in the guise of environmental performances for the protagonists of their images. The artists combine elaborate sets within vast landscapes to address issues surrounding man’s relationship to the earth and technology while additionally delving into the human condition. Robert ParkeHarrison studied photography at the Kansas City Art Institute and the University of New Mexico. In 1999 he was the recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. Shana ParkeHarrison received a degree in painting from William Woods College. She went on to study Dance history and metalsmithing at University of New Mexico. The ParkeHarrisons’ collaboration has developed organically over the past 30 years. In 2000 they began to publicly claim co-authorship of their images. In 2007 The ParkeHarrisons were awarded the Nancy Graves Foundation Fellowship. “The Architect’s Brother,” a museum exhibition of 45 of their images traveled throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Their works are included in numerous collections including Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Art Institute of Chicago and the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House. Currently they have a large mural on view at the Worcester Art Museum entitled “These Days of Maiuma.” They have two monographs published by Twin Palms.

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    Adventure Education Info Session

    Friday February 11 4:00pm-5:00pm

    Join us for an online informational presentation about our unique outdoor adventure programs: a 2-year degree in Adventure Education and 1-year certificate in Outdoor Leadership. GCC has been training students to become working outdoor professionals since 1980. Our graduates are highly sought after throughout the outdoor recreation and adventure education fields in Massachusetts, New England, and across the United States. RSVP below for a text or email reminder.

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    Artist Talk: Vick Quezada

    Wednesday February 16 12:00pm-1:00pm

    An Art Department. Join via Zoom. Vick Quezada (they/them) is an Indigenous-Latinx artist, they queer the archaeological through hybrid forms and aesthetics. Inspired by the guiding principles of Aztec Philosophy, Quezada integrates the theory of interconnected matter and how it’s embedded in the cosmos, planet earth, ecology, and all lifeforms. These elements of matter cannot be governed by sovereign powers as they are inherently queer and infinite. Quezada activates these themes and histories through their work, and this is conveyed by way of digital photography, video, performance and sculpture. Quezada’s exhibited their artwork across the Northeast and featured in BOMB Magazine, Trans Studies Quarterly, and Remezcla. Quezada is currently a fellow at the Leslie Lohman Museum in NYC, and they just completed an artist-in-residence at the Latinx Project NYU and they will be featured amongst a “large-scale survey” of 40 emerging artists from the U.S. and Puerto Rico in El Museo del Barrio’s upcoming La Trienal. Vick Quezada holds a BA from the University of Texas at El Paso and an MFA from the UMASS Amherst.

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    Documentary & Discussion: Childhood 2.0

    Thursday February 17 7:00pm-9:00pm

    Greenfield Garden Cinemas

    A free screening of the documentary Childhood 2.0—a documentary about the impact of social media on the lives of youth. A discussion hosted by Katey McPherson (featured in the film) and Kat Allen of FRCOG (Franklin Regional Council of Governments) follows the screening. “Childhood 2.0 is required viewing for anyone who wants to better understand the world their children are navigating as they grow up in the digital age. Featuring actual parents and kids as well as industry-leading experts in child safety and development, this documentary dives into the real-life issues facing kids today—including cyberbullying, online predators, suicidal ideation and more.” Free admission and concessions will be open!

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    Adventure Education Career Panel

    Tuesday February 22 2:00pm-4:00pm

    Join our annual online panel of experts and professionals working in the outdoor adventure and recreation industry. Learn about career opportunities and meet inspiring people working in the field! RSVP for the Zoom link.

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    Artist Talk: Spandita Malik

    Wednesday February 23 12:00pm-1:00pm

    An Art Department. Join via Zoom. Spandita Malik (b. 1995) is a New York-based artist from India. Her work is concerned with the current global socio-political state of affairs with an emphasis on women’s rights and gendered violence. Malik specializes in process based work in photography, recently with photographic surface embroideries and collaborations with women in India. Malik’s work in expanded documentary and social-practice consciously emanates from the idea of decolonising the eye and aesthetic surrounding documentary photography of India. Malik received her MFA in Photography from Parsons School of Design, where she was awarded the Dean’s Merit Scholarship, Photography Programmatic Scholarship and Graduate Travel Grant Award. She was recently awarded the Firecracker Photographic Grant and South Asian Arts Resiliency Grant. She was chosen for Studio Vortex Artist Residency by Antoine d’Agata in Arles, France (2018) ; Baxter St Workspace Residency in New York (2020); Feminist Incubator Residency by Project for Empty Spaces in New Jersey (2020); and The Center for Photography at Woodstock Artist in Residency Program, Woodstock, NY (2021). She is also selected for The New York Times Portfolio Review and NYFA Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program for Visual & Multidisciplinary Artists. Malik’s work has been featured in magazines like Musée Magazine and Harper’s Magazine, she was named ‘Ones to Watch 2020’ by British Journal of Photography. Malik has forthcoming solo shows in 2021 at Visual Art Centre of New Jersey, New Jersey and Baxter St, New York. Her work has been featured internationally in China, France, India, Italy, New York and New Zealand.

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    Manufacturing Information & Application Session

    Monday March 7 3:00pm-4:00pm

    This session will be held online! Sign up below and you'll receive an email with instructions for joining our Zoom info session.

    Are you looking for a career path in manufacturing? Training to be a machinist? Want upskilling courses in engineering technology? Attend an information session for students interested in exploring the world of manufacturing and learning the fundamentals that will prepare them for an entry level position in manufacturing, or as a precursor to the CNC Operator program. Veterans, women, unemployed, underemployed and other underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. Learn about career opportunities, pathways and programs offered. Start the application process! RSVP online. Trouble with the online registration form below? call the MassHire Franklin Hampshire Career Center at (413) 774-4361 to you up over the phone.

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    Artist Talk: Jeff Kasper

    Wednesday March 23 12:00pm-1:00pm

    An Art Department. Join via Zoom. Jeff Kasper is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, educator, and Assistant Professor of Design at UMass Amherst. His research and creative activity focuses on public art and graphic design as social practice. His work explores anxiety, proximity, and care, in a variety of media, including, visual communications, text, audio tours, public participation, and pedagogy. In 2017/18, he organized the series Access/Points: Approaches to Disability Arts at CUE Art Foundation, and ever since has participated in public programs and exhibitions exploring disability justice and the arts at the Brooklyn Museum, OCADU, BRIC, Cleveland Institute of Art, EFA Project Space, Dedalus Foundation, and The 8th Floor. His recent project Soft Spots was commissioned by ArtBridge and Meta Open Arts (formerly Facebook Open Arts) and presented in two public spaces with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. Kasper is also the co-editor of More Art in the Public Eye (Duke University Press).

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    Artist Talk: Young Min Moon

    Wednesday March 30 12:00pm-1:00pm

    An Art Department. Join via Zoom. Born in South Korea, Young Min Moon is a visual artist, critic, curator, and art historian whose work reflects his migration across cultures and his awareness of the hybrid nature of identities forged amid the complex historical and political relationships between Asia and North America. Moon published his essays on contemporary Korean art in a wide range of publications, including Contemporary Art in Asia: A Critical Reader (MIT), A Companion to Korean Art (Wiley), and exhibition catalogues and anthologies published by the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul Museum of Art and journals The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, Rethinking Marxism and Trans Asia Photography. He is an editor for the online peer review journal Trans Asia Photography. He curated the traveling exhibition “Incongruent: Contemporary Art from South Korea” with an accompanying bilingual Korean and English publication. Moon has shown his art in many exhibitions in South Korea and North America, including Sansumunhwa, Art Space Pool, Kumho Museum of Art, Gyeonggi Museum of Art, Kukje Gallery, Mugaksa Temple, Smith College Museum of Art, and the Carpenter Center at Harvard University, among others. In recent years he has been painting the motif of the offerings and prostrations for the dead in the Confucian ritual Jesa. Chair of the Department of Art at University of Massachusetts Amherst, Moon is a recipient of Guggenheim Fellowship and Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant.

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  • New/Returning Student Orientation

    Wednesday January 19 6:00pm-8:30pm

    Attendance at an online orientation event is required for new, matriculated GCC students and those who have had a break in attendance for more than two years. Join us to make connections with faculty, staff and other students and learn more about what to expect in college. Register online at gcc.mass.edu/orientation. Please note that all Orientation events are virtual!

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    Secrets to Success Group Advising Session

    Friday January 21 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Join us for a virtual group advising event and learn what you need to succeed at GCC! RSVP for the Zoom link.

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    Welcome Week: Waffle Cone S'mores with Erving Station

    Monday January 24 11:00am-1:00pm

    Core Patio

    Welcome—or welcome back—to GCC. Join students and staff to celebrate the start of spring semester with free refreshments and waffle cone s’mores courtesy of alumni-owned business Erving Station.

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    Student Senate Meeting

    Monday January 24 6:00pm-7:00pm

    C216 Student Activities

    Regular meeting of the Greenfield Community College Student Senate, online or in person! All students are welcome to participate. Items for the agenda must be received to mcenteem@gcc.mass.edu at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting; all agendas are sent out 48 hours before the meeting. For more information, please see the Student Senate Page. Join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/96837849323

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    Welcome Week: Crepes Tea House

    Tuesday January 25 11:00am-2:00pm

    Core Patio

    Welcome—or welcome back—to GCC. Join students and staff to celebrate the start of spring semester with free sweet and savory crepes by Crepes Tea House.

    More information & contact

    Welcome Week: Thai Chili Food Truck

    Wednesday January 26 11:00am-1:00pm

    Core Patio

    Welcome—or welcome back—to GCC! Join students and staff to celebrate the start of spring semester with a delicious free meal from Thai Chili Food Truck.

    More information & contact

    Moodle Help Lab

    Wednesday January 26 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Has Moodle got you in a muddle? Get hands-on help from Peer Mentors in both virtual and in-person sessions. In-person in the Library computer lab Thursday, 1/27 and Wendnesday, 2/2; online Wednesday, 1/26 (https://tinyurl.com/2p8aufj4) and Thursday, 2/3 (https://tinyurl.com/yc5r2tu3).

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    Activities Council

    Wednesday January 26 1:15pm-2:15pm

    C216 Student Activities

    Join Activities Council to help plan campus-wide activities and events and share ideas for what you would like to see on campus! Join via Zoom, meeting ID 843 1107 9665—or meet in person in C216.

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    Welcome Week: Fireside Hot Cocoa & Coffee

    Thursday January 27 11:00am-1:00pm

    Core Patio

    Welcome—or welcome back—to GCC! Gather with fellow students and staff around our bonfire to celebrate the start of spring semester—featuring free hot cocoa and coffee drinks!

    More information & contact

    Moodle Help Lab

    Thursday January 27 12:00pm-1:00pm

    C301 Library Computer Lab

    Has Moodle got you in a muddle? Get hands-on help from Peer Mentors in both virtual and in-person sessions. In-person in the Library computer lab Thursday, 1/27 and Wendnesday, 2/2; online Wednesday, 1/26 (https://tinyurl.com/2p8aufj4) and Thursday, 2/3 (https://tinyurl.com/yc5r2tu3).

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    Student Senate Meeting

    Monday January 31 6:00pm-7:00pm

    C216 Student Activities

    Regular meeting of the Greenfield Community College Student Senate, online or in person! All students are welcome to participate. Items for the agenda must be received to mcenteem@gcc.mass.edu at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting; all agendas are sent out 48 hours before the meeting. For more information, please see the Student Senate Page. Join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/96837849323

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    Moodle Help Lab

    Wednesday February 2 12:00pm-1:00pm

    C301 Library Computer Lab

    Has Moodle got you in a muddle? Get hands-on help from Peer Mentors in both virtual and in-person sessions. In-person in the Library computer lab Thursday, 1/27 and Wendnesday, 2/2; online Wednesday, 1/26 (https://tinyurl.com/2p8aufj4) and Thursday, 2/3 (https://tinyurl.com/yc5r2tu3).

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    Activities Council

    Wednesday February 2 1:15pm-2:15pm

    C216 Student Activities

    Join Activities Council to help plan campus-wide activities and events and share ideas for what you would like to see on campus! Join via Zoom, meeting ID 843 1107 9665—or meet in person in C216.

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    Moodle Help Lab

    Thursday February 3 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Has Moodle got you in a muddle? Get hands-on help from Peer Mentors in both virtual and in-person sessions. In-person in the Library computer lab Thursday, 1/27 and Wendnesday, 2/2; online Wednesday, 1/26 (https://tinyurl.com/2p8aufj4) and Thursday, 2/3 (https://tinyurl.com/yc5r2tu3).

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    Recovery Gathering

    Thursday February 3 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Students who are in recovery from substance abuse disorders and/or their allies are welcome to join this virtual meeting. We will discuss plans for the spring to support individuals in recovery as they navigate classes both virtually and in person! Join via Zoom.

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    Manufacturing Information & Application Session

    Monday February 7 3:00pm-4:00pm

    This session will be held online! Sign up below and you'll receive an email with instructions for joining our Zoom info session.

    Are you looking for a career path in manufacturing? Training to be a machinist? Want upskilling courses in engineering technology? Attend an information session for students interested in exploring the world of manufacturing and learning the fundamentals that will prepare them for an entry level position in manufacturing, or as a precursor to the CNC Operator program. Veterans, women, unemployed, underemployed and other underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply. Learn about career opportunities, pathways and programs offered. Start the application process! RSVP online. Trouble with the online registration form below? call the MassHire Franklin Hampshire Career Center at (413) 774-4361 to you up over the phone.

    RSVP: Manufacturing Training Info Session

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    Student Senate Meeting

    Monday February 7 6:00pm-7:00pm

    C216 Student Activities

    Regular meeting of the Greenfield Community College Student Senate, online or in person! All students are welcome to participate. Items for the agenda must be received to mcenteem@gcc.mass.edu at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting; all agendas are sent out 48 hours before the meeting. For more information, please see the Student Senate Page. Join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/96837849323

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    Artist Talk: Shana and Robert ParkeHarrison

    Wednesday February 9 12:00pm-1:00pm

    An Art Department. Join via Zoom. The ParkeHarrisons construct fantasies in the guise of environmental performances for the protagonists of their images. The artists combine elaborate sets within vast landscapes to address issues surrounding man’s relationship to the earth and technology while additionally delving into the human condition. Robert ParkeHarrison studied photography at the Kansas City Art Institute and the University of New Mexico. In 1999 he was the recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. Shana ParkeHarrison received a degree in painting from William Woods College. She went on to study Dance history and metalsmithing at University of New Mexico. The ParkeHarrisons’ collaboration has developed organically over the past 30 years. In 2000 they began to publicly claim co-authorship of their images. In 2007 The ParkeHarrisons were awarded the Nancy Graves Foundation Fellowship. “The Architect’s Brother,” a museum exhibition of 45 of their images traveled throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Their works are included in numerous collections including Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Art Institute of Chicago and the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House. Currently they have a large mural on view at the Worcester Art Museum entitled “These Days of Maiuma.” They have two monographs published by Twin Palms.

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    Activities Council

    Wednesday February 9 1:15pm-2:15pm

    C216 Student Activities

    Join Activities Council to help plan campus-wide activities and events and share ideas for what you would like to see on campus! Join via Zoom, meeting ID 843 1107 9665—or meet in person in C216.

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    All College Meeting

    Monday February 14 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Regular meeting  open to the entire community—GCC students, staff and faculty. Facilitated by the College President and covering topics such as budget, special events and campus updates. Find out what's happening at your community's college! Email larange@gcc.mass.edu for the Zoom link.

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    Student Senate Meeting

    Monday February 14 6:00pm-7:00pm

    C216 Student Activities

    Regular meeting of the Greenfield Community College Student Senate, online or in person! All students are welcome to participate. Items for the agenda must be received to mcenteem@gcc.mass.edu at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting; all agendas are sent out 48 hours before the meeting. For more information, please see the Student Senate Page. Join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/96837849323

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    Artist Talk: Vick Quezada

    Wednesday February 16 12:00pm-1:00pm

    An Art Department. Join via Zoom. Vick Quezada (they/them) is an Indigenous-Latinx artist, they queer the archaeological through hybrid forms and aesthetics. Inspired by the guiding principles of Aztec Philosophy, Quezada integrates the theory of interconnected matter and how it’s embedded in the cosmos, planet earth, ecology, and all lifeforms. These elements of matter cannot be governed by sovereign powers as they are inherently queer and infinite. Quezada activates these themes and histories through their work, and this is conveyed by way of digital photography, video, performance and sculpture. Quezada’s exhibited their artwork across the Northeast and featured in BOMB Magazine, Trans Studies Quarterly, and Remezcla. Quezada is currently a fellow at the Leslie Lohman Museum in NYC, and they just completed an artist-in-residence at the Latinx Project NYU and they will be featured amongst a “large-scale survey” of 40 emerging artists from the U.S. and Puerto Rico in El Museo del Barrio’s upcoming La Trienal. Vick Quezada holds a BA from the University of Texas at El Paso and an MFA from the UMASS Amherst.

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    Activities Council

    Wednesday February 16 1:15pm-2:15pm

    C216 Student Activities

    Join Activities Council to help plan campus-wide activities and events and share ideas for what you would like to see on campus! Join via Zoom, meeting ID 843 1107 9665—or meet in person in C216.

    More information & contact

    Documentary & Discussion: Childhood 2.0

    Thursday February 17 7:00pm-9:00pm

    Greenfield Garden Cinemas

    A free screening of the documentary Childhood 2.0—a documentary about the impact of social media on the lives of youth. A discussion hosted by Katey McPherson (featured in the film) and Kat Allen of FRCOG (Franklin Regional Council of Governments) follows the screening. “Childhood 2.0 is required viewing for anyone who wants to better understand the world their children are navigating as they grow up in the digital age. Featuring actual parents and kids as well as industry-leading experts in child safety and development, this documentary dives into the real-life issues facing kids today—including cyberbullying, online predators, suicidal ideation and more.” Free admission and concessions will be open!

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    Adventure Education Career Panel

    Tuesday February 22 2:00pm-4:00pm

    Join our annual online panel of experts and professionals working in the outdoor adventure and recreation industry. Learn about career opportunities and meet inspiring people working in the field! RSVP for the Zoom link.

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    • Wednesday January 19New/Returning Student Orientation

      Attendance at an online orientation event is required for new, matriculated GCC students and those who have had a break in attendance for more than two years. Join us to make connections with faculty, staff and other students and learn more about what to expect in college. Register online at gcc.mass.edu/orientation. Please note that all Orientation events are virtual!

    • Thursday January 20Last day of classes
    • Monday January 24Day and evening classes begin
    • Friday January 28Last day to add day and evening classes
    • Friday January 28Last day to drop/withdraw from credit classes – 100% refund (minus $20 reg fee)
    • Friday February 4Last day to drop/withdraw from credit classes – 75% refund (minus $20 reg fee)
    • Friday February 11Deadline for Honors Course Proposals

      Proposals due to Honors Program Coordinator.

    • Monday February 21President’s Day – no day classes, evening classes meet as scheduled
    • Tuesday February 22Incomplete (“IN”) grades converted to “F”
    • Friday February 25Last day to drop/withdraw – No Record
    • Friday March 4Applications for June graduation due in Enrollment Services

      Graduation applications are available from the Registrar’s Office website. Forms must be completed in ink and returned to Enrollment Services (C103) no later than this date. You must complete an application for graduation whether or not you intend to participate in Commencement.

    • Monday March 14Spring Recess – no day or evening classes

      Please call ahead to be sure the office you are looking for is open and staffed.

    • Tuesday March 15Spring Recess – no day or evening classes

      Please call ahead to be sure the office you are looking for is open and staffed.

    • Wednesday March 16Spring Recess – no day or evening classes

      Please call ahead to be sure the office you are looking for is open and staffed.

    • Thursday March 17Spring Recess – no day or evening classes

      Please call ahead to be sure the office you are looking for is open and staffed.

    • Friday March 18Spring Recess – no day or evening classes

      Please call ahead to be sure the office you are looking for is open and staffed.

    • Thursday March 24Summer and fall course schedules available online

      Browse course schedules at gcc.mass.edu/schedule.

    • Thursday March 31Enrollment & Advising Day – no day classes, evening classes meet as scheduled

      Advising Day is an opportunity for current GCC students to plan their next semester and register early! No day classes are scheduled so students can meet with their advisors for academic planning. (Registration for new students begins two weeks later.) For more information, or to find your advisor, contact the Advising Center.

    • Thursday March 31Summer & fall priority registration for current students begins

      Registration for summer and fall for current students begins. Course schedule available online two weeks prior.

    • Thursday April 7Last day to drop/withdraw with a grade of “W”