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Update Following the June 5, 2018 Board of Trustees Meeting

I want to provide a summary of the June 5, 2018 Board meeting in case you were not able to attend or follow it online.

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We have a Refinished Gym Floor!

Thank you to Kevin Crotty, Colleen McGill, Rodney Bethune and Chuck Arnold for refinishing the Eureka campus gym floor.

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Recognizing Student Athlete Achievements

  • 12 January 2016
  • Author: President
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Recognizing Student Athlete Achievements

Even with the effort it takes to keep high GPA’s, make progress towards a degree or certificate, and balance a challenging practice schedule each semester, there are several of our student-athletes who drive themselves even more. The College of the Redwoods Athletic Department announced its 2015 Fall Semester Honor Roll and 83 of 203 student athletes (41%) were able to attain a minimum 3.0 grade point average, the largest number and highest percentage since tracking began in 2005. Twenty three student athletes attained the level of President’s Honor list with a 3.75 or higher grade point average and 12 made the Vice President’s Honor list with between 3.5 and 3.74 grade point averages. 

 These latest figures are confirmation of our commitment to support academic achievement.  The academic success of our student athletes are a tribute to our coaches, counselors, academic support staff and the student athletes themselves. I believe that regardless of how good the metrics look now, we can always work to improve, and that is what we should be focus on doing all the time. Our Board of Trustees has set high expectations for student learning.  It is because of their leadership that the college is focused on student achievement and success.”

  • 83 of 203 student athletes (41%) were able to attain a minimum 3.0 grade point average for the fall semester, the largest number and highest percentage since tracking began in 2005
  • 24 attained the level of President’s List 3.75 GPA or higher
  • 11 attained the level of Vice President’s List 3.5 to 3.74 GPA
  • Exemplary teams are:  Baseball (47% of the team); Women’s Basketball (50%); Women’s Soccer (50%); Softball (57%); Volleyball (40%)
  • Football had its largest amount of Honor Roll students with 26 and highest percentage of team members 36% since 2005
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