Welcome to Spring 2018!

Spring 2018 classes start on Tuesday, January 16.

The college is closed on Monday, January 15 in honor of Martin Luther King Holiday. All buildings and offices will be closed.

Students needing assistance in registering for the Spring semester — selecting classes, paying tuition, or sorting out Financial Aid questions — should contact the Student Success Center. Visit the SSC web page here: https://www.genesee.edu/home/offices/student-success-center/


Health Office Hours


The Batavia campus Health Office will reopen Monday March 21 for basic needs such as cough drops, condoms, Band-Aids and health form acceptance. Nurse will be available on following days :

Monday March 21 Office open 9-2
Tuesday March 22 Office open 8:30-3 * Nurse on site
Wednesday March 23 Office open 12-3 * Nurse on site
Thursday March 24 Office open 8:30-3
Friday march 25 Office Closed (Good Friday)
Monday March 28 Office open 9-2
Tuesday March 29 Office open 8:30-3 *Nurse on site
Wednesday March 30 * regular office hours and nurse available resume*

Rachael Phillips RN
GCC Health Office

Evening Weekend Writing Tutor Service in Library – Minor Schedule change

Greetings, All –
Effective now, there is a slight change to the schedule of evening/weekend writing assistance and tutoring available for students in the Library.

 A writing tutor will now be available in the library:

Monday & Tuesday:  4:00 -7:30PM
Wednesday: 4:30 – 7:30PM
Thursday:  4:00 -7:30PM
Sunday:  1:00 – 5:00PM


Service is on a drop-in  basis, no appointments are required.
Regular M-F daytime tutoring is available at the CAP Tutoring Center, D207 .
Please help us to spread the word/remind students that tutoring is helpful and available!

Nina Warren
Director of Library Services
Ext. 6256

GCC Ski & Snowboard Club – Holiday Valley discounted season passes

The GCC Ski Club is skiing on Monday nights this season. We will travel as a group to Holiday Valley on Mondays starting in the Spring semester.

Our season passes cost $135 (if ordered by November 1st), include 8 free lessons, and are valid beginning in December. Many local students find opportunities to use their passes over the winter break.

If you are a skier or snowboarder, and would like to take advantage of the college season pass rate, let me know. The savings over buying passes on your own is considerable. I will be putting our club order in on Thursday or Friday of this week to take advantage of early-bird pricing. You can still get passes after November 1st, but the cost is a little higher. Some of the season pass options are:

Monday nights $135
Tuesday nights $135
Wednesday nights $140
Thursday nights $140
Friday nights $185
Saturday nights $185
Sunday nights $160
Ultimate night college season pass (7 nights) $199
Ultimate college season pass (7 nights and weekdays) $299

It is going to be a cold winter…. Make the best of it, and hope to see you on the slopes!

Christopher Kemp
Director of Mathematics and Engineering Science
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Genesee Community College
(585) 343-0055 x6392