The GCCC college players present an original production; Truth: Will; Out. The play runs from Thursday October 27 – October 29, at 7:30 p.m. in the Pauline Joyce Fine Arts Building, with a matinee on Sunday, the 30th, at 2:30 p.m. Call Joyce Bernbeck for ticket information at 620-276-9540.
GCCC welcomed ninety-three (93) area high school students to Fine Arts Day, on October 20th. Students were able to see a GCCC showcase of fine arts including band and drumline, choir, arts, rock band, drama, choir, and dance team.
Broncbuster football is ranked No. 1 in the Nation! With a win over Dodge City, the Broncbusters are Conference Champions and undefeated at 8-0! Catch the Broncbusters in action on November 5th, for the homecoming game vs. Iowa Central at 1:00 p.m.
GCCC Res Life, SGA, Student Health Nurse, Campus Police, and Family Crisis promoted the red flag campaign on the quad this October. The Red Flag Campaign is bringing awareness of the effectiveness of bystander Intervention in helping victims of dating violence.
Broncbuster Volleyball will have sophomore recognition night Friday, October 28th, in the DPAC at 6:30 p.m. Wear your pink night t-shirts and show your support for the Breast Center at St. Catherine Hospital.
GCCC has a new mascot to compliment "Broncbuster Billy". The new mascot is a horse renamed "Victory" for football game day, and is ridden by a GCCC rodeo student-athlete.
Including CNN Money Top 25 Best Community Colleges, Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence Top 150, Military Friendly School 2016, 2014 Oustanding College of the Year by Rural Community College Alliance, and recognition from TBS, "The Best Schools."