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  • Dual Enrollment Information Session

    Wednesday October 27 4:00pm-5:00pm

    Are you a high school student interested in earning college credit? Meet online with staff from the Office of Admission to learn more about dual enrollment and find out how to get started at GCC! RSVP for a Zoom link to the event!

    More information & contact

    Fall Festival

    Thursday October 28 11:00am-1:30pm

    Core Patio

    Join us for our annual fall party! Free food from Cocina Lupita food truck, dance performance by GCC alum Rebecca Bustillos’ StyleFX Studios, print-making with Resilient Community Arts, candy apples and hot cocoa bombs from Erving Station and music by the GCC Music Department.

    More information & contact

    Campfire Theater: Halloween Edition

    Thursday October 28 7:30pm-9:00pm

    GCC theater students livestream our fall theater event! Join us “around the campfire” where we’ll spin stories that will hopefully make your skin crawl—all in good scary fun! Watch live on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgloPl0cQRh0c30lCasq4Fg. Story tellers include Richard Ballon, Chris Devine, Karrington Dowe, Tracy Grammer, Penney Hulten, Sebastian Richards, Yadira Roman, Kimberly Salditt-Poulin and Sandy Wang. Directed by Tom Geha.

    More information & contact

    TRAIN Healthcare Information Session

    Friday October 29 1:00pm-2:00pm

    Launch your career in healthcare! Attend an info session to learn about our grant-funded program that provides FREE Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and Home Health Aide (HHA) training to qualified participants!

    • Area employers are ready to hire trainees directly from this training program
    • CNA/HHA training can start you on a healthcare career path towards medical assisting (MA), licensed practical nursing (LPN) & more
    • Learn other employment skills along the way
    • Pre-training job readiness workshops & prep during fall and winter
    • CNA/HHA training begins in January
    • Attend a virtual info session to find out if you qualify

    Call for the Zoom link: 800-457-2603 or 413-774-4361 ext. 314

    Or request more info about our CNA/HHA program:

    More information & contact

    Campfire Theater: Halloween Edition

    Friday October 29 7:30pm-9:00pm

    GCC theater students livestream our fall theater event! Join us “around the campfire” where we’ll spin stories that will hopefully make your skin crawl—all in good scary fun! Watch live on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgloPl0cQRh0c30lCasq4Fg. Story tellers include Richard Ballon, Chris Devine, Karrington Dowe, Tracy Grammer, Penney Hulten, Sebastian Richards, Yadira Roman, Kimberly Salditt-Poulin and Sandy Wang. Directed by Tom Geha.

    More information & contact

    Ticket to Terror: Horror Film in the Age of Anxiety

    Saturday October 30 1:00pm-2:00pm

    A good horror film offers not only entertainment, but social commentary as well. Serving as a lens into the fears and anxieties of its time and place, the horror film examines social and cultural issues such as race, class, and gender, among others. From 1920’s The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (considered the first horror film) to 2017’s Get Out (winner of an Academy Award), this presentation will address the horror film from a decade perspective. Come join in on these cinematic scares—presented online by English Professor Lillian Ruiz who teaches classes in media and popular culture, horror film and Gothic literature, as well as Shakespeare and women in literature. Pre-register for the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/.

    Co-sponsored by The LAVA Center and Inclusion & Diversity Center at Greenfield Community College.

    More information & contact

    Massachusetts Healthy School Lunch Coalition Info Session

    Monday November 1 12:00pm-12:50pm

    A presentation by Sofia Assab. The National School Lunch (NSL) program was established 75 years ago out of the concern that too many American children were undernourished. While free-and-reduced school lunch remains a critical program to ensure that all children have access to food, we know now that food security does not always mean nutrition security. Today, school food has become a business that often puts profit over children’s health. Where once children lacked access to adequate calories and sources of protein, now most Massachusetts children over-consume calorie-dense and nutrient-poor food products. These food products have been linked to chronic disease and are overrepresented on school lunch menus: think chicken nuggets, cheeseburgers, frozen pizza, hot dogs, deli meat. At the same time, 9 out of 10 Massachusetts children under-consume fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and proteins high in fiber and other critical nutrients. The HSL bill calls to replace disease-promoting foods typically served for lunch with healthful whole foods, and declares every March 21st Massachusetts Child Nutrition Day to educate and empower children about healthy eating—starting with what’s on their plate. RSVP for the Zoom link.

    More information & contact

    Manufacturing Information & Application Session

    Monday November 1 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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    Admission Information Session

    Tuesday November 2 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Meet online with staff from the Office of Admission to learn more about GCC and how to get started in the enrollment process! Please note if you are interested in our Nursing, Adventure Education or Dual Enrollment programs you will want to attend a program-specific information session which can be found on the event calendar. RSVP for the Zoom link!

    More information & contact

    TRAIN Healthcare Information Session

    Tuesday November 2 3:00pm-4:00pm

    Launch your career in healthcare! Attend an info session to learn about our grant-funded program that provides FREE Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and Home Health Aide (HHA) training to qualified participants!

    • Area employers are ready to hire trainees directly from this training program
    • CNA/HHA training can start you on a healthcare career path towards medical assisting (MA), licensed practical nursing (LPN) & more
    • Learn other employment skills along the way
    • Pre-training job readiness workshops & prep during fall and winter
    • CNA/HHA training begins in January
    • Attend a virtual info session to find out if you qualify

    Call for the Zoom link: 800-457-2603 or 413-774-4361 ext. 314

    Or request more info about our CNA/HHA program:

    More information & contact

    Nursing Program Information Session

    Tuesday November 2 6:00pm-7:00pm

    Join our online info session to learn more about our Associate Degree in Nursing. RSVP and we’ll send you a link to log in!

    More information & contact

    Artist Talk: Alex Callender

    Wednesday November 3 12:00pm-1:00pm

    An Art Department Zoom event. Join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/94133712380. Alex Callender, b.1980 in New York City, received her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and BA from Connecticut College, and is an assistant professor of art at Smith College (MA). She has had recent solo shows at The Rubber Factory (NY), The Gallatin Galleries NYU (NY), Pulp Gallery (Holyoke, MA), LookOut Gallery (Michigan State University), and exhibited at SOCO Gallery (Charlotte, NC), The Drawing Center, ArtSpace (New Haven, CT), Art in Embassies Program, and Boston Center for the Arts. Callender is selected for a research fellowship at the Schomburg Center (NY), and has been a resident/fellow with, Santa Fe Art Institute, Alice Yard (Trinidad), BAU Institute (France), The Drawing Center’s Open Session, Draw international (France), and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Swing Space.

    More information & contact

    Admission Information Session

    Wednesday November 3 7:00pm-8:00pm

    Meet online with staff from the Office of Admission to learn more about GCC and how to get started in the enrollment process! Please note if you are interested in our Nursing, Adventure Education or Dual Enrollment programs you will want to attend a program-specific information session which can be found on the event calendar. RSVP for the Zoom link!

    More information & contact

    The Digital Traces of Pregnancy: Protecting Yourself in a Post-Roe World

    Thursday November 4 12:30pm-1:30pm

    On December 1, 2021 the Supreme Court will hear arguments over a Mississippi ban on pre-viability abortions, a law which has the potential to overturn Roe v. Wade. This webinar by GCC librarian and digital privacy advocate Claire Lobdell will examine the ways that our digital lives—including app use, social media, purchases, GPS data and more—expose information about our reproductive choices. In addition, this presentation will look at low-tech and high-tech ways to protect our personal information from being weaponized against us. Sponsored by the Nahman-Watson Library at GCC and the GCC Gender and Women’s Studies program. Register online.

    More information & contact

    Practical Nursing Information Session

    Thursday November 4 6:00pm-7:00pm

    Join our online info session to learn more about our Practical Nursing Certificate. RSVP and we’ll send you a link to log in!

    More information & contact

    TRAIN Healthcare Information Session

    Monday November 8 11:00am-12:00pm

    Launch your career in healthcare! Attend an info session to learn about our grant-funded program that provides FREE Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and Home Health Aide (HHA) training to qualified participants!

    • Area employers are ready to hire trainees directly from this training program
    • CNA/HHA training can start you on a healthcare career path towards medical assisting (MA), licensed practical nursing (LPN) & more
    • Learn other employment skills along the way
    • Pre-training job readiness workshops & prep during fall and winter
    • CNA/HHA training begins in January
    • Attend a virtual info session to find out if you qualify

    Call for the Zoom link: 800-457-2603 or 413-774-4361 ext. 314

    Or request more info about our CNA/HHA program:

    More information & contact

    Admission Information Session

    Tuesday November 9 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Meet online with staff from the Office of Admission to learn more about GCC and how to get started in the enrollment process! Please note if you are interested in our Nursing, Adventure Education or Dual Enrollment programs you will want to attend a program-specific information session which can be found on the event calendar. RSVP for the Zoom link!

    More information & contact

    Artist Talk: Lily Wong

    Wednesday November 10 12:00pm-1:00pm

    An Art Department Zoom event. Join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/94133712380. Lily Wong (b.1989 Seattle, WA) is a drawing and painting based artist with a background in printmaking. Her work centers around a reimagination of personhood at the moment it becomes undone and probes at the way literal and metaphorical fracturings of the self influence the body’s relationship to pain, intimacy, desire, and structures of power. Elements of drama and fantasy are woven into vignettes that offer a glimpse into a fluctuating emotional landscape shaped by displacement, erasure, and yearning while articulating a disconnect between external presentation and private experience. Wong earned a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 2011, and an MFA from CUNY Hunter College in 2020. Most recently, her work has been exhibited at Harper’s, New York, NY (2021 and 2020); Kapp Kapp, Philadelphia, PA (2021) and New York, NY (2020); Fredericks & Freiser, New York, NY (2021); Ramp Gallery, London, UK (2020); The Wunderwall, Antwerp, BE (2020); HVW8 Gallery, Berlin DE (2018); and Underdonk, Brooklyn, NY (2018). Wong currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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    Dual Enrollment Information Session

    Wednesday November 10 4:00pm-5:00pm

    Are you a high school student interested in earning college credit? Meet online with staff from the Office of Admission to learn more about dual enrollment and find out how to get started at GCC! RSVP for a Zoom link to the event!

    More information & contact

    More Than Friends: Shaped by Flower Power

    Wednesday November 10 5:30pm-6:30pm

    Join GCC alumnae and authors Elaine Boudreau Turrentine ’81 and Joyce Yager Rubinstein ’85, feataured in More Than Friends: Shaped by Flower Power for a book reading and Q&A. If you’re interested in local history, empowering women or just a good story, you won’t want to miss this discussion with some fascinating women. In the 1970s, 15 women found themselves living in a Wendell community with 300 others. They were ahead of their time in some respects—living in passive solar houses, growing organic food and buying rice and grains in bulk. In other respects, they found that the male-dominated culture of the country was present even in this counterculture. As they left, each went on to accomplish much—earning PhDs and master’s degrees and becoming RNs, corporate executives, and business owners. But years later, something drew them back together—something unique in their lives that they had experienced during that time of communal living in the Brotherhood of the Spirit/Renaissance community. Join via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82166567169

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  • Social Justice Club

    Wednesday October 27 12:00pm-1:00pm

    The Social Justice Club seeks to build equity and understanding at by working to raise student awareness about relevant cultural issues. The Social Justice Club provides students with a platform for change and action, through justice education, consciousness raising and activism and gives them the tools to make lasting changes in their lives and communities. Club meets online, email mccarthyl@gcc.mass.edu for the Zoom link.

    More information & contact

    Sustainable Gardening & Nature Club

    Wednesday October 27 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Outdoor Learning Lab

    This club maintains our permaculture garden on campus and engages the community through education, hands-on skills, food production and cross-disciplinary and co-curricular projects.

    More information & contact

    Write Escape

    Wednesday October 27 12:00pm-1:00pm

    C307 Macleish Room

    A club for people to share their ideas in different writing forms and get critiqued in a fair and non-judgmental environment. All types of writing welcome in the group! Club meets virtually and in-person, email snowc@gcc.mass.edu for the Zoom link.

    More information & contact

    Fall Festival

    Thursday October 28 11:00am-1:30pm

    Core Patio

    Join us for our annual fall party! Free food from Cocina Lupita food truck, dance performance by GCC alum Rebecca Bustillos’ StyleFX Studios, print-making with Resilient Community Arts, candy apples and hot cocoa bombs from Erving Station and music by the GCC Music Department.

    More information & contact

    Soccer Club

    Thursday October 28 3:30pm-5:00pm

    East Lawn

    Release your inner Ted Lasso (or Roy Kent)—soccer club meets weekly for relaxed play until it snows.

    More information & contact

    Campfire Theater: Halloween Edition

    Thursday October 28 7:30pm-9:00pm

    GCC theater students livestream our fall theater event! Join us “around the campfire” where we’ll spin stories that will hopefully make your skin crawl—all in good scary fun! Watch live on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgloPl0cQRh0c30lCasq4Fg. Story tellers include Richard Ballon, Chris Devine, Karrington Dowe, Tracy Grammer, Penney Hulten, Sebastian Richards, Yadira Roman, Kimberly Salditt-Poulin and Sandy Wang. Directed by Tom Geha.

    More information & contact

    BIPOC Club

    Friday October 29 12:00pm-1:00pm

    The Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) Club aims to build authentic and long lasting solidarity among Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) in order to undo invisibility, anti-Blackness, dismantle white supremacy and advance racial justice. Club meets online, email arnella@gcc.mass.edu for the Zoom link.

    More information & contact

    TRAIN Healthcare Information Session

    Friday October 29 1:00pm-2:00pm

    Launch your career in healthcare! Attend an info session to learn about our grant-funded program that provides FREE Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and Home Health Aide (HHA) training to qualified participants!

    • Area employers are ready to hire trainees directly from this training program
    • CNA/HHA training can start you on a healthcare career path towards medical assisting (MA), licensed practical nursing (LPN) & more
    • Learn other employment skills along the way
    • Pre-training job readiness workshops & prep during fall and winter
    • CNA/HHA training begins in January
    • Attend a virtual info session to find out if you qualify

    Call for the Zoom link: 800-457-2603 or 413-774-4361 ext. 314

    Or request more info about our CNA/HHA program:

    More information & contact

    Campfire Theater: Halloween Edition

    Friday October 29 7:30pm-9:00pm

    GCC theater students livestream our fall theater event! Join us “around the campfire” where we’ll spin stories that will hopefully make your skin crawl—all in good scary fun! Watch live on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgloPl0cQRh0c30lCasq4Fg. Story tellers include Richard Ballon, Chris Devine, Karrington Dowe, Tracy Grammer, Penney Hulten, Sebastian Richards, Yadira Roman, Kimberly Salditt-Poulin and Sandy Wang. Directed by Tom Geha.

    More information & contact

    Ticket to Terror: Horror Film in the Age of Anxiety

    Saturday October 30 1:00pm-2:00pm

    A good horror film offers not only entertainment, but social commentary as well. Serving as a lens into the fears and anxieties of its time and place, the horror film examines social and cultural issues such as race, class, and gender, among others. From 1920’s The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (considered the first horror film) to 2017’s Get Out (winner of an Academy Award), this presentation will address the horror film from a decade perspective. Come join in on these cinematic scares—presented online by English Professor Lillian Ruiz who teaches classes in media and popular culture, horror film and Gothic literature, as well as Shakespeare and women in literature. Pre-register for the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/.

    Co-sponsored by The LAVA Center and Inclusion & Diversity Center at Greenfield Community College.

    More information & contact

    Activities Council

    Monday November 1 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Core Patio

    Join Activities Council to help plan campus-wide activities and events and share ideas for what you would like to see on campus! Free snacks at all meetings!

    More information & contact

    Massachusetts Healthy School Lunch Coalition Info Session

    Monday November 1 12:00pm-12:50pm

    A presentation by Sofia Assab. The National School Lunch (NSL) program was established 75 years ago out of the concern that too many American children were undernourished. While free-and-reduced school lunch remains a critical program to ensure that all children have access to food, we know now that food security does not always mean nutrition security. Today, school food has become a business that often puts profit over children’s health. Where once children lacked access to adequate calories and sources of protein, now most Massachusetts children over-consume calorie-dense and nutrient-poor food products. These food products have been linked to chronic disease and are overrepresented on school lunch menus: think chicken nuggets, cheeseburgers, frozen pizza, hot dogs, deli meat. At the same time, 9 out of 10 Massachusetts children under-consume fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and proteins high in fiber and other critical nutrients. The HSL bill calls to replace disease-promoting foods typically served for lunch with healthful whole foods, and declares every March 21st Massachusetts Child Nutrition Day to educate and empower children about healthy eating—starting with what’s on their plate. RSVP for the Zoom link.

    More information & contact

    Spring Registration Prep Workshop

    Monday November 1 12:00pm-1:00pm

    The Academic Advising Center hosts three Registration Prep Workshops to help students prepare for spring 2022 registration. Join November 1 12-1pm (online), Nov 2 12-1pm in person (C201) or Nov 3rd 6-7pm (online). Drop into a virtual session at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81996084610.

    More information & contact

    Manufacturing Information & Application Session

    Monday November 1 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

    • Optional. Helps us locate a student record for you if you've ever taken a class or attended an info session at GCC.
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    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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    Student Senate Meeting

    Monday November 1 4:30pm-5:30pm

    Regular online meeting of the Greenfield Community College Student Senate.  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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    Spring Registration Prep Workshop

    Tuesday November 2 12:00pm-1:00pm

    C201 President’s Conference Room

    The Academic Advising Center hosts three Registration Prep Workshops to help students prepare for spring 2022 registration. Join November 1 12-1pm (online), Nov 2 12-1pm in person (C201) or Nov 3rd 6-7pm (online). Drop into a virtual session at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81996084610.

    More information & contact

    TRAIN Healthcare Information Session

    Tuesday November 2 3:00pm-4:00pm

    Launch your career in healthcare! Attend an info session to learn about our grant-funded program that provides FREE Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and Home Health Aide (HHA) training to qualified participants!

    • Area employers are ready to hire trainees directly from this training program
    • CNA/HHA training can start you on a healthcare career path towards medical assisting (MA), licensed practical nursing (LPN) & more
    • Learn other employment skills along the way
    • Pre-training job readiness workshops & prep during fall and winter
    • CNA/HHA training begins in January
    • Attend a virtual info session to find out if you qualify

    Call for the Zoom link: 800-457-2603 or 413-774-4361 ext. 314

    Or request more info about our CNA/HHA program:

    More information & contact

    Artist Talk: Alex Callender

    Wednesday November 3 12:00pm-1:00pm

    An Art Department Zoom event. Join at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/94133712380. Alex Callender, b.1980 in New York City, received her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and BA from Connecticut College, and is an assistant professor of art at Smith College (MA). She has had recent solo shows at The Rubber Factory (NY), The Gallatin Galleries NYU (NY), Pulp Gallery (Holyoke, MA), LookOut Gallery (Michigan State University), and exhibited at SOCO Gallery (Charlotte, NC), The Drawing Center, ArtSpace (New Haven, CT), Art in Embassies Program, and Boston Center for the Arts. Callender is selected for a research fellowship at the Schomburg Center (NY), and has been a resident/fellow with, Santa Fe Art Institute, Alice Yard (Trinidad), BAU Institute (France), The Drawing Center’s Open Session, Draw international (France), and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Swing Space.

    More information & contact

    Social Justice Club

    Wednesday November 3 12:00pm-1:00pm

    The Social Justice Club seeks to build equity and understanding at by working to raise student awareness about relevant cultural issues. The Social Justice Club provides students with a platform for change and action, through justice education, consciousness raising and activism and gives them the tools to make lasting changes in their lives and communities. Club meets online, email mccarthyl@gcc.mass.edu for the Zoom link.

    More information & contact

    Sustainable Gardening & Nature Club

    Wednesday November 3 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Outdoor Learning Lab

    This club maintains our permaculture garden on campus and engages the community through education, hands-on skills, food production and cross-disciplinary and co-curricular projects.

    More information & contact

    Write Escape

    Wednesday November 3 12:00pm-1:00pm

    C307 Macleish Room

    A club for people to share their ideas in different writing forms and get critiqued in a fair and non-judgmental environment. All types of writing welcome in the group! Club meets virtually and in-person, email snowc@gcc.mass.edu for the Zoom link.

    More information & contact

    Spring Registration Prep Workshop

    Wednesday November 3 6:00pm-7:00pm

    The Academic Advising Center hosts three Registration Prep Workshops to help students prepare for spring 2022 registration. Join November 1 12-1pm (online), Nov 2 12-1pm in person (C201) or Nov 3rd 6-7pm (online). Drop into a virtual session at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81996084610.

    More information & contact

    The Digital Traces of Pregnancy: Protecting Yourself in a Post-Roe World

    Thursday November 4 12:30pm-1:30pm

    On December 1, 2021 the Supreme Court will hear arguments over a Mississippi ban on pre-viability abortions, a law which has the potential to overturn Roe v. Wade. This webinar by GCC librarian and digital privacy advocate Claire Lobdell will examine the ways that our digital lives—including app use, social media, purchases, GPS data and more—expose information about our reproductive choices. In addition, this presentation will look at low-tech and high-tech ways to protect our personal information from being weaponized against us. Sponsored by the Nahman-Watson Library at GCC and the GCC Gender and Women’s Studies program. Register online.

    More information & contact

    Soccer Club

    Thursday November 4 3:30pm-5:00pm

    East Lawn

    Release your inner Ted Lasso (or Roy Kent)—soccer club meets weekly for relaxed play until it snows.

    More information & contact

    BIPOC Club

    Friday November 5 12:00pm-1:00pm

    The Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) Club aims to build authentic and long lasting solidarity among Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) in order to undo invisibility, anti-Blackness, dismantle white supremacy and advance racial justice. Club meets online, email arnella@gcc.mass.edu for the Zoom link.

    More information & contact

  • Social Justice Club

    Wednesday October 27 12:00pm-1:00pm

    The Social Justice Club seeks to build equity and understanding at by working to raise student awareness about relevant cultural issues. The Social Justice Club provides students with a platform for change and action, through justice education, consciousness raising and activism and gives them the tools to make lasting changes in their lives and communities. Club meets online, email mccarthyl@gcc.mass.edu for the Zoom link.

    Sustainable Gardening & Nature Club

    Wednesday October 27 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Outdoor Learning Lab

    This club maintains our permaculture garden on campus and engages the community through education, hands-on skills, food production and cross-disciplinary and co-curricular projects.

    Write Escape

    Wednesday October 27 12:00pm-1:00pm

    C307 Macleish Room

    A club for people to share their ideas in different writing forms and get critiqued in a fair and non-judgmental environment. All types of writing welcome in the group! Club meets virtually and in-person, email snowc@gcc.mass.edu for the Zoom link.

    Dual Enrollment Information Session

    Wednesday October 27 4:00pm-5:00pm

    Are you a high school student interested in earning college credit? Meet online with staff from the Office of Admission to learn more about dual enrollment and find out how to get started at GCC! RSVP for a Zoom link to the event!

    • Monday November 1Spring course schedule available online
    • Tuesday November 9Follow Thursday’s schedule for day classes, follow Tuesday’s schedule for evening classes
    • Tuesday November 9Spring priority registration for current students begins

      Course schedule available online one week prior.

    • Thursday November 11Veterans Day – no day classes, evening classes meet as scheduled
    • Monday November 15Last day to drop/withdraw with a grade of “W”
    • Tuesday November 16Spring registration for new students begins
    • Wednesday November 24No evening classes
    • Thursday November 25Thanksgiving Recess – no day or evening classes
    • Friday November 26Thanksgiving Recess – no day or evening classes
    • Friday December 3Applications for January graduation due in Enrollment Services

      Graduation applications are available at 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.

    • Friday December 17Last day of day and evening classes
    • Monday December 20Final exams for day classes

      Final exam schedule can be found at gcc.mass.edu/student-and-academic-affairs.

    • Monday December 20Final exams for evening classes

      Final exam schedule can be found at gcc.mass.edu/student-and-academic-affairs.

    • Tuesday December 21Final exams for day classes

      Final exam schedule can be found at gcc.mass.edu/student-and-academic-affairs.

    • Tuesday December 21Final exams for evening classes

      Final exam schedule can be found at gcc.mass.edu/student-and-academic-affairs.

    • Wednesday December 22Final exams for day classes

      Final exam schedule can be found at gcc.mass.edu/student-and-academic-affairs.

    • Wednesday December 22Final exams for evening classes

      Final exam schedule can be found at gcc.mass.edu/student-and-academic-affairs.

    • Thursday December 23Final exams for evening classes

      Final exam schedule can be found at gcc.mass.edu/student-and-academic-affairs.

    • Thursday December 23Reserved for final exam make-up due to cancellation
    • Friday December 24Christmas Day (observed) – College closed