Academic Transfer degrees - This College is a great place to start the first two years of a bachelor’s degree program. You can earn a two-year Associate degree suitable for transfer to any public four-year school in Washington State or one tailored to the transfer school of your choice. For some programs, you can even complete your bachelor's degree right here on the GHC Campus.
Our Workforce Training programs can prepare you to enter the world of work, or upgrade your job skills, after just one or two years. In some cases, the training time is even shorter. And, depending on the program, you can earn a college degree, a certificate, or both.
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Basic Skills programs can help you work toward earning your GED® or high school diploma (HS21+), improve your skills to college level, or improve your English skills in our English as a Second Language (ESL) program. Call 538-4167 to Get Started.
GHC Continuing Education offers a wide variety of subject matter and skills training opportunities that range from single day seminars to 2-6 week classes. Programming is offered throughout Grays Harbor and Pacific counties. View the Continuing Education Course Catalog for current offerings and to register Online.
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New students should schedule an entry advising appointment by calling 360-538-4099.
April 2 - WAOL Instruction Begins
April 13 - First Day of On-Campus and GHC Online Classes
May 25 - Memorial Day Holiday
May 28 - “W” Day
June 1 - Registration for students with 24+ completed credits begins
June 4 - Registration for students with <23 completed credits begins
June 10 - WAOL Instruction Ends
June 22 - Last day of on-campus and GHC online classes
June 23-25 - Final Exams
June 26 - Graduation Day
Congratulations to GHC’s All-WA Academic Team Members!
A native of Japan, Naoto Iwashita, 35, immigrated in July 2013, enrolling as a Pre-Med student at GHC. He plans a career as a primary care physician for under-served populations, after earning a Bachelor of Science transfer degree. At GHC, he is a peer tutor, serves as PTK treasurer and belongs to the Japanese Media Club. He also volunteers at GH Community Hospital and will soon earn his CNA license to give him further medical experience. He has a 3.92 grade-point average.
With two small children, Camai Catlin, 28, looks for volunteer projects for her family; right now, they help out together at PAWS, the animal shelter. She is a Nursing major at GHC, planning to earn her BSN, and to eventually become a nurse practitioner. She also serves as president-elect of the Student Nurses Association, is a member of PTK and a work-study student in the Human Resources office. But she most enjoys being a reading volunteer at her son’s school. She has a grade-point average of 4.0.
Naoto and Camai met GHC Trustees last week for lunch. This week, they will attend an Olympia reception in their honor with Gov. Inslee and legislators. Being an All-WA Academic Team member will mean additional scholarships from KeyBank and others.
Partial Assistance Grant
If you are a student at Grays Harbor College with a child(ren) enrolled at Wunderland Childcare and have a significant childcare need you may be eligible for some partial assistance. Download the Application (application deadline is April 2, 2015).
Sunday, April 26 - 7:00 p.m.
Recently named #1 a cappella group in the U.S., Moira Smiley & VOCO is the energy of street singing and the elegance of a string quartet. The group offers a blend of voices, redefining harmony singing with the power and physicality of folksong, accompanied by cello, banjo, ukulele, accordion and body percussion. Expect magnificent, compelling and hair-raising music that mourns and dances at the same time.
Purchase tickets online - $18 Adults, $15 Seniors, $12 Students 12 & under one free w/paying adult
U.S. Ambassador Started at GHC!
A career in the US Foreign Service has taken Allan Mustard, son of the late Dr. Donald and Barbara Mustard, well-known East County veterinarian and teacher, from his childhood home in Brady to tours of duty in Moscow, Istanbul, Vienna, Mexico City and New Delhi. His nomination by President Obama was just approved by Congress and he is now officially serving as the Ambassador to Turkmenistan.
The capital city of Ashgabat is a long way from Brady WA, but he has some interesting life experiences and advice for GHC students. Alums will enjoys his recollections from the College in the mid 1970s. More...
Emergency Notification System
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Optional Alert: Canceled Classes
Would you like to be notified whenever classes are canceled due to severe weather conditions or instructor illness? These notices can be sent to your cell phone by subscribing to "GHC Alerts". Be sure to check the "Class Cancellations" option on the GHC Alert sign-up page.
Note: The cancellation notices can also be viewed Online.
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Fax: (360) 538-4299
Community Education Centers:
Riverview Education Center, Raymond: 360-875-9466, Fax: 360-875-9467
Columbia Education Center, Ilwaco: 360-642-9433, Fax: 360-642-9434
Whiteside Continuing Education Center, Aberdeen: 360-533-9733, Fax: 360-533-9779