Programs of Study - Scholarships

GCC 2018-19 Catalog - Page 39

Programs of Study - Scholarships Re, Mario and Mary Memorial Scholarship

Richardson, Kandy Memorial Scholarship

Rooni, Leonard and Lorraine Memorial Scholarship

Rossi, Jennifer T. – WIMI/WJMS Memorial Scholarship

Samardich, Barbara Jean Memorial Scholarship

Santini, Teresa Ann Memorial Scholarship

Sell, Earle Scholarship

Servia, Loretta J. Memorial Scholarship

Sjowall, Mary Louise and Oscar Education Scholarship

Solin, Jacob A. Memorial Scholarship

Swanson, Gustave Endowed Vocational Scholarship

Swanson Robert A. Scholarship Fund

Tabacchi, Zera F. Scholarship

Talaska, Raymond R. Endowed Scholarship Fund

Tiilikka, Henry and Shirley Memorial Scholarship

Trier’s Scholar-Athlete Scholarship Fund

Vaara Athletic Scholarship

Vandermade, Garland and Jennie Memorial Scholarship

Williams, Reginald T. Memorial Scholarship

Wirtanen/Minds Memorial Scholarship

Yelich, Louis and Ann Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Yelich, Mary Louise Scholarship

Ziem, Raymond and Isabelle Endowed Scholarship

Zinn, Judge Eugene Memorial Scholarship

PROGRAMS OF STUDY

Gogebic Community College is a comprehensive community

college offering a wide range of educational programs. The programs

of study can be divided into two major groups, those oriented toward

students planning to transfer to four year universities and those

oriented toward students planning to enter directly into the labor

market after graduation. Programs of study are presented within their

respective divisions. Divisions are arranged alphabetically.

TRANSFER PROGRAMS

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS

The Associate of Science and the Associate of Arts degree

programs are Gogebic’s basic academic transfer programs. Courses in

these liberal arts degree programs parallel those offered in the first two

years at four-year baccalaureate degree institutions, and credits earned

in selected courses at GCC are readily transferable. Virtually all

colleges and universities require a well-balanced curriculum that

includes a distribution of course work in four primary liberal arts

and science divisions. The examples contained in this catalog are just

some of the areas of study that one may begin at GCC. There are

many other associate degree transfer programs available. See a

counselor or faculty advisor to plan your program.

updated: February 2018

TECHNICAL PROGRAMS

NOTE: Additional information on individual scholarships is

available beginning on page 126 of this catalog and from the

Financial Aid Office.

A number of additional scholarships and awards are made by

other community sponsors for GCC students. The awards listed

represent only those which are administered by GCC.

The typical application deadline for all scholarships

administered by Gogebic Community College is March 15.

For further information regarding scholarships and other

financial aid, contact the Financial Aid Office at GCC.

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED BUSINESS

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

CERTIFICATE OPTIONS

These programs of study are designed primarily to prepare

graduates for immediate employment in specialized areas. Although

course work in these programs is not designed for transfer to other

colleges, in some cases students may transfer to colleges offering

baccalaureate degrees in the same specialization.

If transfer is being considered as an option, careful planning with

your faculty advisor is necessary to maximize credit transfer.

DEGREES/CERTIFICATES

Gogebic Community College offers five degrees, all of which

include varying levels of general education core requirements:

Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science,

Associate of Applied Business, and the Associate of Applied

Technology

INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES

GCC’s Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs) represent the

educational values of the college. The ILOs are the knowledge, skills,

and abilities students are expected to develop as a result of their

overall experiences at GCC. The ILOs are embedded within each

degree and program at GCC and align with Student Learning

Outcomes and Program Learning Outcomes. The ILOs are assessed

within courses and programs as part of the College’s assessment

process. The assessments are monitored and documented by the

College to ensure the ILOs are met.

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