Message to incoming academic international students fall 2020.
Green River College International Programs
Luuk is pursuing his degree in Aviation Management online now and plans to come back on campus in the fall.
International students have always been welcome at Green River College. GRC staff and faculty will always stand up for them no matter what.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announcement of policy changes affecting international students
If students want to stay in the U.S. and continue your studies at Green River this fall, they can. We will help each student to make sure their fall class schedule meets U.S. immigration requirements
Congratulatory message from Wendy Lee Stewart, Vice President of International Programs and Extended Learning
We want to reach out to our valued partners and students to give you an update on what to expect summer and fall quarters at Green River.
Are you interested in attending one of the UC schools? Here is an opportunity to talk to a representative live on Zoom.
GRC Alumna, Amanda Teo, is currently a Biomedical Sciences student at the University of Buffalo. She, along with first year Med student, Gary Iacobucci, have developed a prototype plastic face shield to donate to local hospital medical staff.
Senior Director of International Education, Ross Jennings, will share how to make the most of your time at Green River, achieve your goals, and land a spot at a top university.
New students who deferred their admission can now enroll in an academic, five credit class called “Communication Studies 210 – Interpersonal Communication.” This class fulfills a general education requirement and is very transferable to most universities throughout the U.S.