Explore Grand Rapids for free during your winter break by using a GoSeeGR Go!
Go Passes can be obtained in the Student Life Offices located in the Student Center Building.
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The GoSeeGR is a program offered to enroll Grand Rapids Community College students that allows for free admission to local venues including the Grand Rapids Art Museum, the Grand Rapids Public Museum, the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, Children’s Museum as well as John Ball Zoo .
“Students can pick up their GoSeeGR card in Student Life anytime Monday-Friday 8 am-5 pm,” said Ashley Fox, Assistant Director Student Life and Conduct. “They are valid for one year.”
The cards which are time stamped can be picked up in the Student Life office located on the first floor of the Student Center
Getting a pass is a simple and easy process for any student who wants one.
The program is funded by the campus activities fee that is built into tuition for students. Students who are part-time students pay $5, while full-time students pay $10 as part of their tuition bills. These funds are pooled into a campus activities budget, which is overseen by the Student Life and Student Alliance, GRCC’s student government. This budget then supports events like the Raider Rally, Homecoming week, the campus Display Magazine, as well as student clubs. When it comes to staff and faculty GoSeeGR! passes, the GRCC Human Resources pays for their GoSeeGR program.