You can set up your Blackboard account at grcc.edu/password. Blackboard is an online tool that provides a wealth of academic online resources including access to your courses, grades, syllabi, etc. This username and password will be used to access Blackboard, as well as other GRCC systems such as Student Email and on-campus computers. If you have technology questions or problems, please call (616) 234-4357.
The bookstore is your go-to for all things school supplies and more. Located on the 1st floor of the Student Center Building, they have almost anything you might need for the upcoming semesters including textbooks, access codes, textbook rentals, GRCC apparel, laptops, and snacks.
In addition to the GRCC main campus in Grand Rapids, there are additional learning spaces around West Michigan.
Disability Support Services (DSS) wants to ensure equal access for students with disabilities to all curricular and co-curricular opportunities offered by the institution. If you wish to receive accommodations, please contact DSS at (616) 234-4140.
Qualifying students who have been placed in developmental education courses (IRW 97, IRW 98, MA 97) can go through our FastTrack program to have one of these classes waived by completing a three week course.
Once you have set up your Online Center account, you can access it at oc.grcc.edu. The Online Center is where you can register for classes, review and accept financial aid awards, check official grades, complete placement testing, and to update your contact information, among other things.
If you are a student with a GPA of 3.0 or higher you have the option to complete online orientation. To complete online orientation, sign in to Blackboard at bb.grcc.edu and access the New Student Orientation course located in your "My Course List." The session contains four sections with four corresponding assessments. If you have questions, please contact the Admissions and Enrollment Center at (616) 234-3300.
Visit the Admissions and Enrollment website to view registration dates for the upcoming semesters.
Student Life and Conduct is the place for students to find community, grow as responsible adults, develop as leaders, participate in on- and off-campus activities, and access the tools they need to reach their goals.
Visit the Cashier's website to view current tuition rates.