Gadsden State Summer Six Scholarship application deadline is July 8 Gadsden, Ala. – Local students have an opportunity to receive Gadsden State Community College’s Summer Six Scholarship for 2022 high school graduates who enroll full time for Summer Mini 3 term. The Summer Six Scholarship covers up to six credit hours of in-state tuition and fees. The classes are July 7 to Aug. 10. The deadline to apply is July 8. The scholarship is open for 2022 graduating high school students in Gadsden State’s
Dean Myrick, commissioner of the Alabama Community College Conference, announced the Academic Teams of the Year on June 9. Gadsden State Community College’s Women’s Basketball Team won the state-level honor while other teams were recognized for their high GPAs. “We are proud of those student-athletes who continue to perform at outstanding levels in the classroom and on the playing field,” said Blake Lewis, Gadsden State’s athletic director. “It is truly an amazing feat to be able to excel academically and
This summer, incoming freshmen at Gadsden State Community College are invited to participate in Cardinal Commit, the College’s new student orientation. “Students who participate in Cardinal Commit will be armed with information and tools they need to be successful in college from the very beginning,” said Whitney Hall, assistant director of Enrollment Services. “Cardinal Commit is designed to prepare admitted students for their first semester and beyond. It is important for all new Cardinals to
Dr. Kathy Murphy, president of Gadsden State Community College, is making an annual donation to the Cardinal Foundation in honor of the organization’s past presidents. The donation will be used to award a scholarship in the amount of $1,000 to a deserving student attending Gadsden State full time. “It is an honor for me to donate to an organization that has been supportive of Gadsden State for a decade now,” she said. “It is fitting that we name the scholarship for those who have led other volunteers in
Gadsden State Community College signaled the start of its new apprenticeship program for registered nurses during a signing event today on the Wallace Drive Campus. The new program, which is the first of its kind in Alabama, became possible after the Alabama Legislature approved amendments to the Nurse Practice Act earlier this year. The program allows healthcare employers to enter into an apprenticeship agreement with a community college. Students who apply and are accepted as nurse apprentices serve as
Gadsden State Community College announces return of Summer Six Scholarship Gadsden State Community College announced the return of the Summer Six Scholarship for 2022 high school graduates who enroll full time for Summer Mini 3 term. The Summer Six Scholarship covers up to six credit hours of in-state tuition and fees. Classes are July 7 to Aug. 10. The scholarship is open for 2022 graduating high school students in Gadsden State’s service area only, including Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne, Etowah, St.
The National Technical Honor Society at Gadsden State Community College has added 36 new members. The organization strives to honor student achievement and leadership in career and technical education, promote educational excellence, award scholarships and provide career opportunities to students who excel in one of the 108 career and technical educational fields as their profession. NTHS students embody all the attributes and talent which is in demand today and these students embrace a clear vision for
More high school students than ever before took advantage of the dual enrollment program at Gadsden State Community College marking a 57 percent increase since 2020. This announcement comes on the heels of the Alabama Community College System releasing data that shows an increase of over 15 percent in high school students participating in dual enrollment statewide. “Dual enrollment is certainly a great way for students to get a head start on their college experience,” said Tonya Douthitt, dual