July 27, 2012
GCC board member
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In a three-to-one vote, the Gila Community College Board Thursday decided to return tuition prices to the pre-2011 schedule and reinstate free tuition for seniors.
Following a tense exchange, the Gila Community College (GCC) governing board voted to keep their longtime lobbyist — for now.
If you’re getting bullied — form a little gang of your own. That’s one way to sum up Gila Community College’s effort to form a fair-treatment alliance with Santa Cruz Community College — the only other provisional community college district in the state.
Tired of sitting by the phone like a wallflower waiting for something to happen, Gila Community College (GCC) has convened a committee to work with the state’s universities to help students earn quick, inexpensive college degrees.
While most community colleges face flat budgets and enrollment gains, GCC suffers 10 percent enrollment drop
Question: What’s the best thing about getting beat with a stick? Answer: It feels so good when they stop.
GCC board adopts new format for budget reporting after years of frustrated confusion
After years of fruitless frustration, the Gila Community College Board may finally get financial reports it can understand. But don’t get too excited: It still doesn’t actually have any rules or policies. The GCC board last week, in a marathon afternoon meeting, unanimously adopted a new report format in hopes it will finally understand its own budget. The new, two-page format provides year-to-date spending and revenue numbers for each of the three campuses, located in Payson, Globe and on the San Carlos Apache Reservation.