Are you participating or plan to attend the Reynolds graduation ceremony on Saturday, May 16th? Are you wondering what to wear, where to park or what time to arrive? All graduation ceremony guidelines can now be found on the Reynolds graduation webpage.
Plan Ahead for Summer
The Summer 2015 schedule of classes is now available. Open Registration begins April 27. Classes start May 26. Register early to get the best selection of classes. View Schedule
Annual Student Art Show
Each spring the walls of the Gallery in Georgiadis Hall on the Parham Road Campus become an art gallery for the student art show, displaying many creative works in all shapes and sizes. Stop by from April 8 through May 5 and browse through the collection. A reception and awards ceremony will be held on April 22, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Some items will be offered for sale.
April 20 and 21, 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. PRC, Georgiadis Hall, Gallery (Room B101)
Rape Aggression Defense Training is a comprehensive, women-only course that teaches awareness, prevention, risk reduction, risk avoidance, and the basics of hands-on defense training. Taught at more than 1,000 colleges and universities nationally, RAD is the only program endorsed by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators. If you are interested, please submit the online registration form. Questions? Pease contact Sgt. William Judon at email@example.com.
Earth Day Observation at Reynolds
April 22, 12:15 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. PRC, Massey LTC, Lipman Auditorium
Earth Day 2015 at Reynolds will be celebrated with a very special speaker: Carrie Rose Pace, GRTC Public Relations Manager, who recently retired from WTVR CBS-6 as their weekday morning meteorologist after more than six years. At GRTC, Carrie advocates for advances in transportation technology, including upgrading to cleaner and more efficient fuel options and transit systems.
Middle College Students Experience History and Service in Jackson Ward
On Friday, April 3rd, a group of Middle College students set out on foot to the Jackson Ward community, where they would pick up more than a bit of historical knowledge. These students participated in a service-learning project with the Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site, to include a trash clean-up along the self-guided, street walking tour created by the museum.