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Gadsden State Student Activities Presents:
Top Ten Talent Show
WALLACE HALL FINE ARTS CENTER
WALLACE DRIVE CAMPUS
TUESDAY, MARCH 3
$200 First Place
$150 – 2nd Place
$100 – 3rd Place
Transfer Scholarships for 2015-2016
Awarded/Recommended by GSCC Honors Committee
Application Deadline: Friday, February 27th
UA, UAB, UAH, Faulkner, Montevallo, & Troy
Need more info? firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply now for Spring 2015 Graduation!
To apply go through SSB to Student Tab, Student Records and Apply to Graduate.
Ceremony: May 7, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. at Cherokee Arena – GSCC Cherokee Campus
Ceremony Location: GSCC Cherokee Campus 801 Cedar Bluff Road Centre, Alabama
Do you want to receive push notifications from your Blackboard classes via your mobile device? If so, view this short video on Editing Your Notification Settings.
Tired of being chained to your computer to view your class recordings? Then download your Panopto recordings. It's easy and so much more convenient! Just click on the link below to get started.
Follow the directions below for instant access to all new Bb messages in all of your Bb classes:
Log into Bb
Click on the My Institution Tab found top left
Click the Add Module button directly beneath the My Institution Tab
Scroll through the various modules and locate My Messages
Click the Add button
That's it! You should now see the My Messages Module on your My Institution Page.
Student Support Services (SSS)
• SSS is a federally funded program that helps qualified students to be successful in college.
• All services are free to eligible students.
• Student Support Services is located on the top floor of Inzer Student Center.
• Visit our office and fill out a brief application to see if you qualify.
Who Can Join?
Students who are U.S. citizens and currently enrolled at Gadsden State may apply for SSS. The student must have academic need for our services and meet at least one of the following qualifications:
§ Low income student
§ First generation college student (neither parent graduated from a four-year college)
§ Have a documented disability