Testing Center Hours for Exam Week

Seats are FIRST COME – FIRST SERVED — Don’t wait until the last minute!

Finals Week

  • Monday  12/10           8:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Tuesday  12/11          8:00 am – 7:30 pm
  • Wednesday  12/12    8:00 am – 7:30 pm
  • Thursday  12/13        9:00 am – 7:30 pm
  • Friday  12/14               9:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • Saturday  12/15       9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Holiday Hours

CLOSED

  • Monday 12/24 –Tuesday 12/25
  • Monday 12/31-Tuesday 1/1
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Thurple – Think and Wear Purple

Happy October!

Time to THINK PINK for Breast Cancer Awareness

Time to “THURPLE”

(Think Purple and WEAR Purple on Thursdays)

For Domestic Violence Awareness

If you wear PURPLE on a Thursday please stop by our “NEW” Counseling Center, C231 for  sweet treat as our THANK YOU for helping raise awareness!

We will also be hosting PURPLE events the week of October 15th to educate and raise awareness about Domestic Violence.

Details to come!

Contact Jeannie Burdick (jlburdick@genesee.edu) for more information.

Salsa Dance Party – October 4

Salsa Dance Party

What: SALSA DANCE PARTY at Genesee Community College

When: Thursday, October 4, 2018 from 12:30 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Where: Genesee Community College – Batavia Campus Forum

Who: All are invited and welcome!

Background: On Thursday, October 4, 2018 from 12:30 p.m. – 2 p.m. the Forum at Genesee Community College will be filled with the passionate rhythms of salsa!

Darin “Sal” Price, owner, instructor and DJ at E|R Studio and Lounge, will be at GCC to lead the event and provide the college community a salsa lesson! Experienced salsa dancers and novices alike are all invited to attend the FREE event! No dancing experience necessary!

The Salsa Party will be hosted by GCC’s WOKE student club which not only celebrates diversity, but encourages inclusive behavior throughout the GCC community.

“The WOKE club specifically selects events and activities to demonstrate the value of an inclusive education and way of life,” Sara Vacin, GCC’s Diversity and Inclusion coordinator said.

For details on this and more of the WOKE club’s scheduled events visit the College’s new “Diversity and Inclusion” Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/pg/1genesee/.

Food in the Future

Do you ever wonder if there will be enough food in the future?

What challenges exist to local and global food sustainability?

What alternate sources of food might be?

Dr. Karen Huffman
GCC Associate Professor of Biology

Will address these and other crucial questions

Thursday, September 20, 2018
12:30-2:00pm
Conable Technology Building – Room T102

Be prepared for a sample of a high protein mystery food, a raffle of the 2018 book The Food Explorer by Daniel Stone and several Global Education T-shirts!

Brought to you by the Global Education Committee and SGA

Leadership Certificate Program

GCC’s Leadership Certificate Program is a fully online co-curricular program that provides students with an opportunity to increase knowledge and practice leadership skills in an “at your own pace” format.  The mission of this program is embedded in a commitment to developing and enhancing a personal philosophy of leadership, a greater sense of self, an increased ability to relate to others, and deeper understanding of inherent responsibilities of active citizenship.

Not only will you receive a printed certificate when you successfully complete the program, you will also have a notation on your transcript!  This is a great way to stand out when applying to transfer institutions or jobs.

To find out more and to enroll, please visit the GCC website by clicking here.  If you are already enrolled, be sure to log into Blackboard to get started!

Questions can be directed to Kristen Mruk – kemruk@genesee.edu

Cyber Security Fair – October 3

The Computer Services, Career Services and Student Activities departments at Genesee Community College have collaborated to present the GCC 2018 Be Cyber Aware Fair in recognition of National Cyber Security Month. The Be Cyber Aware Fair will take place on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in GCC’s Batavia campus William W. Stuart Forum.

Cyber security fair logo

GCC’s students, staff and faculty are invited to join selected experts, representatives and area business leaders to explore how and why it is essential to safeguard online activities and assets in today’s ever-changing and increasingly complex techno-sphere.

During the Be Cyber Aware Fair, participating students, staff and faculty will earn tickets while gathering valuable information and more from the many presenters’ booths. Those tickets may then be redeemed for free pizza and prizes (GCC dining dollars and College Bookstore swag)!

“The resourceful departments at Genesee Community College are working hard to enlist various GCC student clubs and campus offices, as well as cyber security experts, to help educate everyone on the necessary precautions all online users should be taking,” Greg Brooks, Computer Services technician at GCC said. “This fair will showcase a variety of topics ranging from identity theft to searching and removing malware, cyber-bullying, thoughtful netiquette on social media sites and much more.”

Among the table-top presenters are Nina Buonarola from GreyCastle Security, John Dorak from Noyes Health, Tory Dombrowski from TakeForm, the GCC Records Office and the GCC Education Club.

Careers in cyber security will also be an important topic at the Be Cyber Aware Fair as the shortage for skilled cyber security employees remains a serious problem for today’s employers in nearly every industry.

For more information, contact Marketing Communications Associate Director Donna Rae Sutherland at (585) 343-0055 ext. 6616, or via email: dsutherland@genesee.edu.

New Student Orientation

In Batavia, New Student Orientation is scheduled for Friday, August 17.

This day will be a chance to meet students in your program, ask questions that you have not gotten answered, learn about student clubs, and generally get the feel of the campus.

Information about the Batavia Orientation will be sent to your Genesee email, later in the summer. Keep an eye on that email to make sure you get a chance to sign up to participate.

Campus Centers may or may not have individual orientation sessions. If you will be attending classes primarily at a campus center, contact the staff to see if there will be a session offered at that location.

 

 

Summer Child Care Available

If you you are considering attending classes in Batavia this summer, be aware that child care is available during the day. Qualified staff will watch your child(ren) while you attend class, and even while you work in the library!

The Child Care Center accepts pre-school children and has space for children of all ages for the summer program.

Information on rates and the application form are available on the web: https://www.genesee.edu/home/campus-life/child-care/

Contact the Day Care Center directly, if you have any questions.

 

Open Computer Lab Hours – Summer Session 1

The Open Computer Lab is found in room T207 of the Batavia Campus.

In that space are computers and printers for students to be able to complete assignments needed for classes. The computers have Office, internet access and all software required by instructors.

The Open Lab is also home of the “Laptop Zone” — where anyone with a laptop is welcome to use the space. There is plenty of desk space to spread out on and there are electrical and USB outlets to help charge any device. There is also wireless printing capabilities.

Hours for the Open Computer Lab for summer session 1 — May 29 through June 29

  • Monday through Friday — 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Saturday, Sunday – closed

The Open Computer Lab will be closed July 2 through July 6 (July 4 is the observed holiday and College buildings will be closed).

Questions about the Open Computer Lab can be sent to Jennifer Ross (jlross@genesee.edu).