Grand Rapids Community College

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Grand Rapids Community College has been nestled in the heart of West Michigan for 100 years. The first community college in Michigan, GRCC was founded in 1914 to provide educational opportunities that would open doors for local citizens. That mission continues today as the college celebrates its centennial. The GRCC Experience is seamless transfer to more than 35 college and university programs; faculty with industry practice; state-of-the-art, flexible and online learning options; honors, study away and experiential learning courses; and business partnerships to develop tomorrow’s workforce.

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