Veterinary Technology Information SessionOct. 25th 9:00 am
If you love animals and care about their well-being, this may be the career for you. It’s projected to grow by as much as 20 % over the next decade, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. That makes it among the fastest-growing occupations in the United States. Register for this information session to learn more about this program.
Veterinary Technology Club MeetingOct. 25th
Are you a Veterinary Technology student or a pre-Vet Tech student interested in helping animals across New England? Are you interested in learning more about the Veterinary field and making connections with current and future technicians? Then the Vet Tech Club is for you.
Contact: Sandy Glansberg
Health Care Information SessionOct. 25th 3:00 pm
Learn about the Nursing and Surgical Technology programs at GBCC. The Nursing program, graduates may apply to the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and the New Hampshire Board of Nursing (NHBON) for the National Council Licensing Examination. The Surgical Tech Program is the only Associate degree program in the area.
K-Pop Nation Food SaleOct. 26th
If you’ve ever wanted to try an assortment of Korean or Asian inspired foods, join us outside of the library and get your hands on some of the foods we have to offer!
International Club MeetingOct. 26th
This is a club open to all GBCC students, both foreign exchange and from the USA. The International Club meets weekly in the CAPS conference room on the Portsmouth campus.
Room: CAPS conference room
Contact: Diana Varga
Dance your way fit! Let loose as your learn the hottest professionally choreographed dance routines. You’ll be so focused on mastering the moves and having a total blast, you’ll forget you’re actually working out- and losing weight.
OAK MeetingOct. 26th
The Outdoor Adventure Klub (OAK) is a student-run organization devoted to helping its members experience the outdoors through pursuits such as hiking, biking, skiing, fishing, rock climbing, canoeing, trail maintenance and more.
Contact: Bob O'Brien
Come detox the body, relieve stress, and gain strength with an energizing yoga flow. This practice focuses on continuous movement and breathing. Suitable for all levels. Bring your own mat or use one of the mats provided.
K-Pop NationOct. 27th
K-Pop Nation is a new club for students interested in South Korean pop music and culture. We provide the insight, you provide the fun, questions, and energy.
Contact: Sara Poulin
Gaming Club MeetingOct. 27th
Join the gaming club for their meetings where the group gets together and plays different games as well as enjoying each other’s company. All are invited! Members of this organization will be given the opportunity to compete against each other or against teams from other educational institutions. The Gaming Club will help educate the GBCC community about professional gaming.
Contact: Lee Kenyon
General Information Session - PortsmouthOct. 27th 5:30 pm
Whether you know what you want to study or you haven’t quite decided this is a great place to start. Learn more about Great Bay’s 30+ Associate Degree and Certificate Programs, the admissions process - from application to registration and get information on transfer options and financial aid.
A Night at Haunted AcresOct. 27th
Love all things scary? You don’t want to miss this! We will be going to Haunted Acres to experience all the terror and excitement. Please meet us at main gate at 7:00pm. Students can sign up with Allyson Britton at email@example.com or by stopping by Student Life. Haunted Acres has been named one of the top three Halloween events in New England; we had a great time last year, so why not go again?! For more information, visit their website: https://hauntedacresnh.com
Location: Off Campus Event
Gaming Club- Fun NightOct. 28th
Join the Gaming Club for fun and games in the Student Success Center after-hours. There will be video games, snacks, and more all with a Halloween theme. We can’t wait to see you there!
History Club MeetingOct. 31st
The History Club is open to all GBCC students, and encourages the participation of those who may not be history majors, but who share an interest in learning more about the past. Activities include field trips, film showings, and gathering for a fun activity in town. The History Club is dedicated to promoting the College and the local community through participation in other service-related activities on campus.
Contact: Pat Corbett
Surg Tech Bake SaleOct. 31st
Get in the Halloween spirit with some spooky delicious snacks! All proceeds go to support the GBCC Surgical Technology Club.
A revolutionary cardio-based total body conditioning program. This class will push you to new training heights, resulting in more calories burned, faster results, and a more efficient metabolism. This class is easy to learn and fun to participate in!
STEM Club MeetingOct. 31st
The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Club provides a forum to learn more about the exciting and growing STEM fields and careers. The club also provides student leadership opportunities related to the sciences. Meetings are for all GBCC students enrolled in or interested in STEM related fields.
Contact: Mike Harrison