Galveston College TRIO Upward Bound has been refunded by the Department of Education to serve 60 students from Ball High School over the next year in the amount of $257,500. It is anticipated that the grant will be for a total of 5 years funded each year in an amount...
Tyree Bearden is the new program director for the Electrical and Electronics program at Galveston College. He has a master’s degree in Electrical and Computer engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer...
Yesterday, the NJCAA Division 1 Baseball All-American Teams were announced, and for the fourth straight year Galveston College Whitecaps Baseball had a player named an All-American. Carson Maxwell (Soph 3B) was named Second Team All-American. Carson had a very...
Major League Baseball held its 2017 Amateur Draft on June 12-14, 2017 and Galveston College Whitecaps Baseball was well represented. Two current students and three former students were picked in the 40 round draft, which concluded on Wednesday evening, Sophomore LHP...
Visual timeline of the history of Galveston College, from 1967 to Present
The third annual State of the City event will be held Monday, June 12, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. in the Abe and Annie Seibel Foundation Wing at Galveston College.
Galveston College held graduation ceremonies for its thirtieth Law Enforcement Academy featuring 13 graduates that have all found placement in law enforcement agencies across the Houston-Galveston area. Among the many supporters, family members and friends in the audience was a very special lady that had been with Galveston College’s Law Enforcement Academy since the beginning. College officials, students and guests took time to honor Gladys Jones with the Galveston College Law Enforcement Academy’s first ever “Legacy Award” recognizing Jones’ many years of service as an administrative assistant that helped to organize the Law Enforcement Academy classes that have produced thirty years of dedicated , quality law enforcement professionals.
Galveston College TRIO Upward Bound participants Alicea Rice, Makia Golliday, and Victoria Weade were recently recognized as scholarship recipients.
Galveston College’s Student Support TRIO program known as “Building Bridges to Success” recently held their end-of –the –year celebration luncheon on May 11 at Mario’s on 61st. The Building Bridges to Success program is a federally funded effort that supports first- generation college students who may be economically challenged to pursue their higher education.