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Students working with an instructor in a machining lab at GRCC

Grand Rapids Community College has been committed to creating an educated workforce by offering occupational programs that lead to gainful employment. We meet with Advisory boards consisting of local leaders as well as industry professionals to make informed decisions in the development of new offerings as well as improving existing programs.

Graduates from GRCC's certificate programs can be assured that they are learning current industry standards and practices in state-of-the-art labs using the latest equipment that lead to gainful employment.

We invite you to explore the many occupational offerings available at GRCC and to learn the job outlook for specific occupational offerings, our completion rates, and financial costs associated with completion.

Addiction Studies

Air Conditioning, Refrigeration & Heating Technology

Automotive Servicing

Automotive Technician

Baking and Pastry Arts

Computer Applications

Computer Support Technician

Construction Electrician

Dental Assisting

Digital Prepress

Electronics Engineering Technology

Entrepreneurship

Gerontology

Green Construction Remodeling

Industrial Maintenance

Industrial Technology

Introduction to Construction

Machinist/CNC Technician

Marketing

Mechanical Design

MRI

Personal Chef

Plastics Manufacturing Technology

Practical Nursing

Quality Science

Residential Construction

Tooling & Manufacturing Technology

Unix System Administration

Web Design/Development

Web Technical Support

Welding Technology

Welding/Fabrication Technician

Disclaimers

This information complies with the US Department of Education, Gainful Employment Programs disclosure reporting requirement. Program length assumes that the student successfully completes a full time load (12 credits) in a continuous succession of Fall and Winter terms, and that the student requires no developmental course work.

Supply costs are not included in the total Book costs.

If there were fewer than ten (10) graduates in a program, we cannot disclose the Median Loan Debt or the number of graduates completing the program on time, to prevent violating the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations.

According to the Gainful Employment disclosure requirements, an institution must disclose the placement rate of GE program completers if required by the institutional accreditor, program accreditor, or the state. At this time, neither GRCC's accreditor nor the State of Michigan requests programmatic placement data.