GTCC Team Takes First Place in Statewide Miles for Wellness Challenge

GTCC participated in the 2017 Miles for Wellness Challenge and took first place in Hare Division.

GTCC Theater to Hold Auditions for Comedic Play “Unnecessary Farce” by Paul Slade Smith

GTCC's theatre program will hold auditions for its spring production of the stage comedy "Unnecessary Farce" Jan. 18 and Jan. 19.

Dr. Manuel Dudley, Dean of GTCC’s Greensboro Campus Honored with Legacy Award

Dr. Manuel Dudley, Dean of GTCC’s Greensboro Campus Honored with Legacy Award

GTCC Music Ensemble Fall Showcase

GTCC Music Ensemble Fall Showcase

GTCC Flight Team Qualifies for National Competition

GTCC Flight Team Qualifies for National Competition

GTCC Awarded Company of the Year by the Piedmont Triad Chapter of APICS

GTCC Awarded Company of the Year by the Piedmont Triad Chapter of APICS

BOOKSTORE TO CLOSE JUNE 23-30

BOOKSTORE TO CLOSE FOR INVENTORY JUNE 23-30 Beginning June 23, the GTCC Bookstores will close for annual inventory.

GTCC EMPLOYEE HELPS WOUNDED WARRIORS

GTCC EMPLOYEE HELPS WOUNDED WARRIORS David Pritchett, a coordinator and instructor for GTCC’s Business & Industry, recently traveled to Denver, Colo., where he was an instructor at The Wounded Warrior Umpire Academy.

ARCHEOLOGIST TO DISCUSS EXCAVATION OF NATIVE AMERICAN TOWN

ARCHEOLOGIST TO DISCUSS EXCAVATION OF NATIVE AMERICAN TOWN Dr. David G. Moore, professor of archeology/anthropology at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, N.C. will give a talk at noon Wednesday, March 25 about the excavation of the Berry Site, a large Native American town, occupied from about 1400-1600 A.D.

TAYLOR ADVOCATES FOR MILITARY AND VETERAN STUDENTS ON CAPITOL HILL

TAYLOR ADVOCATES FOR MILITARY AND VETERAN STUDENTS ON CAPITOL HILL Flora Taylor, coordinator of the Military/Veterans Assistance Office at Guilford Technical Community College, recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to visit the U.S. Senate in order to advocate on behalf of military and veteran students.