Gogebic Community College is situated at the corner of Jackson Road and Greenbush Street on the southeast slope of Mt. Zion. The principal classroom buildings are the Rutger Erickson Liberal Arts Center, the Carl Kleimola Technical Center, and the Jacob Solin Center for Business Education. The three buildings are connected by walkways on two floors and surround a courtyard. In addition to classrooms, laboratories, and faculty offices, each building houses facilities and services for instructional support and student activities. A fourth building, the David G. Lindquist Student Center, opened in the fall of 1993.
David G. Lindquist Student Center
The Lindquist Student Center, named by the Board of Trustees in recognition of Dean Emeritus Lindquist's dedication to students and higher education, is designed to provide opportunities for a balanced physical fitness education program and student social, cultural and recreational activities. Opened in the Fall of 1993, the Student Center enhances student and community life by adding a new dimension to the GCC campus. Included in the Lindquist Student Center are an 11,205 square foot gymnasium, six-lane competitive swimming pool, 1/11 mile indoor walking track, aerobics area, and weight room. Other areas include the Courtside Dining Services cafeteria with meeting/banquet facilities seating over to 200, student lounge and game area, student organization offices, and a performing area.
The Lindquist Center is available for banquets, conferences, and other activities. Availability and prices may be obtained by contacting the Lindquist Student Center front desk.
Carl Kleimola Technical Center
Student Services Offices (including the Dean of Students), the College Bookstore and the ACES Center are located on the second floor of the Carl Kleimola Technical Center. Instructional areas for technical training occupy the remainder of the center.
Rutger Erickson Liberal Arts Center
Classrooms and faculty offices are located on the first and third floors of the Rutger Erickson Liberal Arts Center. The college library, lecture center and general administrative offices (including the Office of the President and Dean of Business Services) are located on the second floor.
Jacob Solin Center for Business Education
The Jacob Solin Center was formally opened during the fall of 1991. This state-of-the-art instructional facility consists of some 25,000 square feet, housing General Business and Secretarial Programs; Data Processing, Computer Literacy and Computer Science Programs; computer learning laboratories; administrative computing facilities, meeting and conference rooms; and faculty/staff offices, including the Dean of Instruction. The Solin Center's Conference and Multi-Purpose rooms and computer laboratories feature a wide array of technology ranging from large screen projection and computer applications to highly integrated computer networks. The Solin Center, like the other buildings on campus, is connected with other campus facilities by enclosed walkways .
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Pat O'Donnel Civic Center
Mt. Zion Recreational Complex
The Mt. Zion Recreational Complex features a panoramic view of Gogebic Community College and the surrounding area. In addition to functioning as an on-campus laboratory for GCC's nationally acclaimed Ski Area Management Program, Mt. Zion serves local downhill and cross-country enthusiasts. Students and community members are encouraged to participate in various "learn-to-ski" programs during the winter season.
Mt. Zion is owned and operated by Gogebic Community College. GCC students carrying a minimum of 6 credit hours qualify for a free season's pass.
Campus Suites are available on campus. The GCC Housing Office also maintains a listing of housing opportunities available in the communities surrounding the college. The listing is updated regularly and includes brief descriptions of the rental units, their costs, and contact information. Area maps and public transportation information are also available.
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Free parking is available in all campus lots except where prohibited by signs. Parking is not permitted along roadways, on lawn areas and walkways, or in such a way that obstructs traffic. Violations are subject to ticketing or towing at the owners expense. Copies of the Campus Parking Ordinance can be obtained in the Maintenance Office. Located on the ground floor of the Carl Kleimola Technical Center.
All accidents occurring on campus must be reported to the Maintenance Office.
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