At GSC, we're committed to assisting students on their path to a new career in health care. The College provides a wide variety of support services including admissions counseling, tutoring, advising, personal counseling, and student health, as well as activities that promote personal and professional growth.
A brief summary of the services available to students is listed below:
One goal of GSC is to help students develop their potential as self-reliant individuals. A full-time counselor is available for personal counseling and as a resource for referral services in the community.
Important Mental Health Links
Substance Use Disorder
Books of Interest
For additional information, contact Jill Nutter, Counselor (ph. 513-862-2737).
GSC emphasizes the importance of student health and well-being. Health evaluations and consultations are available through the TriHealth Employee Health Service. This service is available for hospital-related illnesses or injuries. Students can be referred to a physician who meets their needs. Students must pay for medical care. Health insurance is highly recommended for all students.
A multi-media learning center offers a variety of audiovisual materials, equipment, and computers for classroom and individual use. Computers also are located in all student lounges.
There are many opportunities for students to socialize among themselves and with students at other area colleges and universities. Organized social events include picnics, Spirit Olympics and a Christmas Tree Decorating Event sponsored by the Student Organization. There also are opportunities for community service activities.
Student Advisory Council
Student Representatives serve on the Student Advisory Council. It is a standing committee of the College Assembly. Its purpose is to provide a vehicle for the student body representatives and College administration to communicate formally about relevant campus issues and concerns, ideas, and suggestions. The functions are:
1. To provide an official channel of communication and cooperation between students and College administration.
2. For the College administration to seek student input and share issues of mutual interest that include, but are not limited to, academic programs, non-curricular programs, student services, campus facilities, and policies and procedures with direct impact on students.
3. Submit reports and recommendations to the President and to College Assembly and its respective standing committees as appropriate.
The Members are six at-large elected student representatives, Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Student and Alumni Services, Dean of Enrollment Management, Dean/Head Librarian, President (ex-officio non-voting) and Resource Persons as designated. This committee meets at least twice a semester or as often as needed.
The Student Organization promotes the general welfare of the student body. Through elected representation, interests and opinions of the student body are voiced, stimulating communication and cooperation between students and faculty. The Student Organization provides many leadership and community service opportunities for students. Student representatives also serve on faculty committees.