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GBC Campus Advisory COVID-19 Committee
1500 College Parkway
Elko, Nevada 89801
E-mail: gbc-covid@

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GBC Campus Advisory COVID-19 Committee

All NSHE institutions are required, as part of their reopening plan, to have a COVID-19 related committee.

From GBC’s reopening plan:
“The Vice President for Business Affairs has been designated as the primary contact for coordinating COVID-19 reopening concerns, issues, and questions. They will be working in conjunction with a team made up of the Senior Human Resources Generalist, Facilities Director, the Director of Environmental Health, Safety and Security, Director of the Veteran’s Resource Center, and the Faculty Senate Vice Chair. Other appropriate individuals will be involved as needed.”

The GBC Campus Advisory COVID Committee is meeting weekly to discuss reopening plans with focus on both employee and student concerns and questions.

If you have a COVID concern, submit it to us using our new COVID Concerns Form!

Current committee members are:

  • Sheri Baker, Senior Human Resources Generalist
  • Tony Cortes, Facilities Director
  • Kevin Seipp, Professor, Applied Tech and Faculty Senate Vice Chair
  • Jolina Adams, NSHE Specialist I
  • Katelynn Gurr, GBC student

For More Information Contact

GBC Campus Advisory COVID-19 Committee
1500 College Parkway
Elko, Nevada 89801

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