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3/28/2024 - President's Note for March 2024

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3/26/2024 - Dr. Logan Maxwell named VP of Student Services

Dr. Logan Maxwell has been named the Vice President of Student Services at Grayson College. She has been serving Grayson College as the Director of Success Initiatives since 2022. 

3/20/2024 - Dr. Molly Harris named Vice President of Community Engagement

Dr. Molly Harris has been named Vice President of Community Engagement at Grayson College. Dr. Harris has been a vital part of Grayson college since 2015 and most recently has served as the Dean of Student Affairs since 2020.

2/29/2024 - President's Note for February 2024

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2/29/2024 - Grayson College Partners with ALERRT to Facilitate Regional Active Shooter Training

The Texoma Regional Police Academy (TRPA) at Grayson College has partnered with Texas State University to serve as an Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) Regional Training Center for North Texas. As a regional training center, Grayson College will host multiple training courses each quarter to help promote and enhance training for all peace officers so they can better protect schools and communities from active shooter threats.

2/19/2024 - Stephanie Martin Earns Nationally Recognized Financial Aid Administrator Certification

Stephanie Martin, Director of Financial Aid and Veteran Benefits at Grayson College, earned the FAAC® designation from the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators' accredited Certified Financial Aid Administrator® (CFAA) Program.

2/14/2024 - Grayson College seeking Student Liaison to GC Board of Trustees

Grayson College is seeking a student liaison to the Grayson College Board of Trustees. Applicants should have a minimum 3.0 GPA and desire to represent the student voice during board meetings.

2/9/2024 - Grayson College Calls Bond for May Election

On February 8, 2024, the Grayson College Board of Trustees voted to seek voter approval for a $456,500,000 bond issue. This process has been a community effort since December with a Facility Planning Committee composed of 70 members.