Greenfield Community College (Massachusetts)

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Greenfield Community College
Greenfield Community College logo.svg
Established 1962
Type Community
President Dr. Robert Pura
Students 2,217+
Location Greenfield, Massachusetts, United States
Coordinates: 42°27′37.39″N 72°37′45.59″W / 42.4603861°N 72.6293306°W / 42.4603861; -72.6293306
Campus Rural
Nickname GCC
Website www.gcc.mass.edu

Greenfield Community College is a two-year Community College in Greenfield, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1962, and has an annual enrollment of 5,500.[1] It is regionally known for its art program, its small-town atmosphere, and its setting amid picturesque old farmland at the foot of Greenfield Mountain.

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  1. ^ Letter from the President to all faculty of the college, Entitled "My Turn," submitted for publication to the Greenfield Recorder, September 21st, 2014.

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