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E.K. & Lillian F. Bishop Scholarship - Opens May 1
E.K. & Lillian F. Bishop Scholarship - Opens May 1
Current college and graduate school students, who graduated from a Grays Harbor County high school, are encouraged to seek financial assistance for their education by applying for the E. K. and Lillian F. Bishop Scholarship. In previous years,...
Posted on May, 2, 2022
Grays Harbor College Increases In-Person Classes and Activities for Fall 2022
Grays Harbor College Increases In-Person Classes and Activities for Fall 2022
Following a decision made to hold this year’s graduation in person at Olympic Stadium on June 22nd at 7:00 pm, Grays Harbor College President Dr. Ed Brewster announced that there will be a full array of in-person classes and activities at GHC in the fall...
Posted on Apr, 28, 2022
Native Pathways Newsletter-April 2022
Native Pathways Newsletter-April 2022
Posted on Apr, 27, 2022
TRIO to Host Community Week at Grays Harbor College April 19, 20, and 2
TRIO to Host Community Week at Grays Harbor College April 19, 20, and 2
TRIO at Grays Harbor College will host Community Week on April 19, 20, and 21 from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm each day. The in-person events will take place in the HUB at GHC’s Aberdeen campus and will feature community organizations and employers. Staff from...
Posted on Apr, 11, 2022
Native Pathways Newsletter-March 2022
Native Pathways Newsletter-March 2022
Posted on Apr, 4, 2022
GHC Awards Tenure to Five Faculty Members
GHC Awards Tenure to Five Faculty Members
  The Grays harbor College Board of Trustess has awarded tenure to five faculty members. The process before tenure is awarded includes a three-year probationary period of rigorous peer and student evaluation, self-evaluation, support for...
Posted on Mar, 16, 2022
GHC Observes the Day of Remembrance - February 19, 2022
GHC Observes the Day of Remembrance - February 19, 2022
February 19th is a significant date for the Japanese American community. On this day in 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which gave the U.S. Army the authority to remove civilians from the military zones established in...
Posted on Feb, 16, 2022
The Diversity Lecture Series Presents: A Conversation with Dr. Doreen Harden-Cato
The Diversity Lecture Series Presents: A Conversation with Dr. Doreen Harden-Cato
Join Grays Harbor College on Zoom on Thursday, February 24 at 1:00 pm for the Diversity Lecture Series. This month’s lecture will feature a conversation with Dr. Doreen Harden-Cato, a world-renowned educator, advocate, and leader. Dr. Harden-Cato will...
Posted on Feb, 2, 2022
Native Pathways Newsletter-January 2022
Native Pathways Newsletter-January 2022
Posted on Jan, 26, 2022

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