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Welcome To GLCC

As a Christian academic community, GLCC's task is to educate men and women for preaching and other ministry roles as well as for careers related to the church or other institutions in the public sector. In all instances, preparing students to be servant-leaders is central to the College's founding character, history, curriculum, and campus ethos.

The Athletics department has released the following schedule of summer training sessions and clinics. These sessions are being held for Great Lakes student-athletes and local high school student-athletes, and no registration is necessary. Any questions can be directed to Recruiting Coordinator Josh Lockwood at jolockwood@glcc.edu. Monday, June 15th  9-11 am  Women’s Basketball Training Session (Free)  Doty

Read Article > 6/10/15

It’s time to think golf and supporting the GLCC Athletic Department.   This year’s golf benefit will take place on August 8 at Centennial Acres Golf Course in Sunfield, MI.  This will be the 22nd annual event where golfers from Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio gather for great golf, food, and fellowship.  Registration this year is available

Read Article > 6/8/15

Great Lakes Athletics is pleased to announce the signing of Rebecca Wrisley from Vestaburg High School, MI. Rebecca will be playing volleyball and basketball for The Lakes this coming fall and winter. She will be taking her general education classes in the fall while deciding upon a study of interest. Women’s basketball coach, Tim Merritt,

Read Article > 6/3/15

Great Lakes will be hosting an Athletics Open House on Saturday, May 30, from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m., for prospective students to meet the coaching staff, tour the campus, including the athletics facilities, ask questions, and see what the Lakes have to offer. Coaches will be present for all of the sports the Lakes offer for

Read Article > 5/27/15

  Jean-Pierre De Caussade was a Jesuit priest who lived in France in the early 1700’s. Not much is known of him except that he was a teacher of theology at a number of schools and colleges. His book, “Abandonment To Divine Providence”, is a collection of letters that have been preserved for posterity and

Read Article > 5/17/15

Last week, Great Lakes announced the signing of Jordan Lumsden from Breckenridge High School in Breckenridge, Michigan, to the men’s basketball team. Lumsden was a three-sport athlete at Breckenridge, averaging 5.7 points per game for the Huskies at point guard, and also completing 56.1% of his passes as well as throwing 17 touchdowns and 11

Read Article > 5/2/15

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