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Helping Hand

Additional Impacts
of the Green River College Foundation

Veterans Fund

The Veterans Educational Transition (VET) fund is aimed at helping both individual student veterans and groups of veterans by providing direct funding that covers gaps veterans may experience with their VA and other tuition support programs. 

The VET Fund also supports projects such as the Veterans Resource Center where veterans can gather, meet, and study in a space designed for them. The community has responded to this effort with over $80,000 in private contributions and the Foundation continues to build these resources to serve a growing veteran population.


Honeybees Project

The Honeybee project started in 2013 through a faculty excellence award. Danny Najera and Roland Vieira shared a vision to use the experience of the honeybees as a learning opportunity for Green River students. The project has transcended the classroom and has grown to become a vital part of the Bee keeping community in south King County. 


Green River College hosts two radio stations on campus, 89.9 KGRG-FM and KGRG-1, which give students a unique opportunity to gain both on-the-air and behind the scenes experience.


Enumclaw Campus

Green River's Enumclaw Campus offers a variety of credit and non-credit classes serving the needs of the Enumclaw community and surrounding plateau area.

Campus Corner Apartments

The Green River College Foundation provides off-campus housing for students at Green River College in Auburn.

CCA’s units are comfortable and modern. Students will have the opportunity to live either in townhouse or flat configured apartment units shared by up to four students. CCA encourages active engagement by residents. Residents and CCA staff partner to plan engaging programs, promote responsible decision-making, and resolve conflict.


Campus Rejuvenation Project

The Green River College Foundation is instrumental in raising funding and awareness for campus capital improvement projects. These projects beautify our campus and maintain GRC as the most beautiful and welcoming campus in our region.

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