- Discover Grayson
- President Note April 2020
- Celebration of Scholars
- GC Welcomes New HR Director
- GC Receives Texas Emergency Aid Grant
- GC CWL receives $287,000 from Skills Development Fund COVID-19 Special Initiative
- Grayson Together
- President's Note May 2020
- Appointment Instructions
- New Dean of South Campus
- Success Coach Spotlight - Valerie Ray
- Board seeks appointment after Richardson resigns
- Red River Compact Commission Meeting
- President's Note June 2020
Date: Mon, June 22, 2020 12:00 AM
Grayson College is serving the public remotely at this time with some offices available on-campus by appointment only. Departments available by appointment include Human Resources, the Testing Center, Advising (Success Coaches), Financial Aid & Veteran Services, Business Office, Center for Workplace Learning, Counseling & Social Services (Emergency Aid), Student Support Services, Student Life & Housing, International Students, the Math Hub and Writing Center. The Library will be available to students using curbside services for those who need materials from within the Library. The South Campus will also be available to serve students by appointment. The Bookstore is operating both online and on campus Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm.
To make an appointment, contact the appropriate department. Current students should initiate contact from their Viking email when appropriate. Some popular departments this time of year include:
Advising: Schedule an appointment through MyViking
Business Office: email@example.com
Center for Workplace Learning: firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial Aid: Click the link to schedule an appointment
Personal Counseling: Click the link to schedule an appointment
The Admissions and Registrar’s Office will accept drop-off materials through the drop-box located at the Campus Police building. All other services will continue to be provided remotely. Students looking to begin at Grayson should complete the easy admissions application online. Returning students may be eligible to register online using Student Planner located in MyViking. If students run into trouble trying to register, they should contact their Success Coach from their Viking email.
All employees, students and visitors must practice social distancing, wear face coverings while on campus (except when in a personal vehicle or alone in a personal office) and will be screened upon entry as described by the COVID-19 Screening Plan. Screening stations are available in the Student Affairs Building, Mary Moses Health Sciences Center and Career & Technical Center on the Denison Campus. The Administration Office serves as a screening location on the South Campus. Screening stations are marked with navy banners outside the entrance.