Lindsay Fones
Nursing Program
Marc Fournier
Karla Frieler
Records Specialist
Tony Fruci
Prosthetic Technology
Eric Gadbois
Criminal Justice
Kim Gaffney
Mayra Garcia
Office Manager
Advising and Counseling
Alexandra Gardner
Campus Security Officer
Public Safety
Gina Gathje
Academic Advisor
Advising and Counseling
Kyle Geyer
Engineering CAD Technology
Cheryl Gfrerer
Daniel Ghebresilassie
Steve Gilles
General Repair Worker
Facilities Services
John Gingerich
Theresa Glass
Events Coordinator
Event Services
Julie Gleason
Physical Education/Health
Anita Glennen
Lab Technician
Sarah Godsave
Veterans Services Coordinator
Veterans Center
Dawn Goebel
Faculty/Program Director
Lynda Goerisch
Faculty/EMS & EMT Program Director
Emergency Medical Services
Jessica Gonzalez
Campus Security Officer
Public Safety
Shelly Graening
Nursing Program
Portrait of Eric Graham
Experience: Eric Graham is a bassist, keyboardist, and composer. He has performed in venues from California to New York and is currently an active player in the Twin Cities. He played on the album Beyond Blues which won Minnesota Monthly's "Excellence in Music" award and was for a time a top-10 album on various national jazz charts. A classically-trained composer, he holds a Masters Degree in Music Composition from the Peabody Conservatory. His music has been featured at the Society of Composers National Convention and the Ernest Bloch Composers' Symposium; recently the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra presented his piece c'TRANE b'TOK as part of their Chamber Music Series. For his creative endeavors, Graham has received two Jerome Foundation Travel & Study Grants, the Minnesota State Arts Board "Arts Leader" Award, an LRAC/McKnight Foundation Career Development Grant, a Mid-America Arts Alliance Grant, the Virginia Carty deLillo Prize for Composition, a National Assembly of State Arts Agencies Scholarship, a Peabody Institute Merit Scholarship, the ASCAP Raymond Hubble Music Award, and a National Honor Society Scholarship. Additionally, he has received both an Award for Excellence and Presidential Innovation Grant from Century College. He was raised in Barrow, Alaska - an Eskimo village 400 miles north of the Arctic Circle.
Teaching Approach: Teaching is an absolute blast! I'd do this job even if I didn't get paid.
Education: MM, Music Composition, Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University
Hobbies: My hobby and my job are the same - I call it a 'jobby.'
Eric Graham
Kim Gravelle
Business Mgmnt
Jennifer Greger
Nursing Program
Scott Gregg
Reading/Student Success
Nicole Gresczyk
Dental Assisting
Katie Grotberg
Nursing Program
Cara Grussing
Director of Advising
Advising and Counseling
Portrait of Anna Gryczman
Experience: Dr. Gryczman, born and raised in Poland, has 21 years of teaching experience and 27 years of experience as a nurse in variety of nursing settings & specialties such as: geriatrics, adult med-surg, telemetry, adult orthopedics, neurology, rehabilitation, epilepsy, oncology, behavioral health (adolescence, adult and geriatric), pediatric neurology, pediatric med-surg, orthopedics and pediatric med-trauma. Dr. Gryczman is board certified as an advanced holistic nurse, nurse educator, and public health nurse. She works at the point-of-care at Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare to stay current in clinical practice. Her special interests include clinical nutrition, holistic health and healing, nursing simulation and genetics.
Teaching Approach: "I like to help shape students' lives, teaching them safe nursing practice that is based on evidence and delivered in a holistic manner. I like to role-model and teach them what holistic nursing is all about, how practice based on best evidence can change clients' outcomes; how our being with another offers hope and gives new meaning to all that is lost and seems unbearable. I believe that by teaching nursing I can reach more patients and have a more tangible presence in the community. I am a strong patient advocate, student advocate, and a leader in the nursing profession. Currently, I teach clinical simulation and nursing lab. I believe that clear expectations and well organized courses, with clearly stated objectives, are essential to students' success. I combine structure and intentionality with flexibility in both planning and leading the class. I am clear about the course objectives but remain flexible and open to various ways of achieving them. My aim is to have students achieve the level of confidence and competence to engage in safe nursing practice. I teach students what critical thinking is all about and how to apply it to arrive at sound clinical judgment when making clinical decisions. As a holistic nurse educator I believe that a safe learning environment, respect, and unconditional acceptance of all students are as fundamental to good teaching as knowing your subject, and knowing yourself. I feel privileged to teach at Century College."
Education: Doctor of Nursing Practice from Metropolitan State University; Master's Degree in Nursing from University of Minnesota; Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing from Metropolitan State University
Notable Achievements: March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Award nomination; Award of Excellence- for the development of on-line "Basic Concepts of Clinical Nutrition" module; Perkins Grant recipient for the development of on-line pharmacology module; Presidential Innovation Grant recipient for the development of lab simulations on "Pediatric Head Trauma" and "Post-op Patient Care"; Work-Study Scholarship recipient for the 2006 AHNA Conference; "Johnson and Johnson Campaign for the Nursing Future" grant recipient to establish "Ellie Slette Holistic Nursing Scholarship" to help nursing students at Century College; Listed in "Who is Who: Americas Best Teachers" / nominated by nursing students; Outstanding Student Award - Metropolitan State University; Academic Achievement Award - Metropolitan State University; Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Academic and Student Affairs Award for Excellence in Curriculum Programming; Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Academic and Student Affairs Award for Innovative Partnering and Collaboration
Anna Gryczman
Nursing Program


General number: 651-779-3200
Toll-free: 1-800-228-1978
TTY: 651-773-1715 (for the hearing impaired)
Emergency/Life Threatening: 911
Department Phone Fax Email
Academic Affairs
W 3232
(651) 779-3360
Access Center
W 2440
(651) 773-1745 (651) 779-5831
W 2350
(651) 773-1700 (651) 773-1796
Advising and Counseling
W 2410
(651) 779-3285 (651) 773-1746
All College Calendar/Calendar Conflicts (651) 779-3219
Automotive Dismantling (651) 415-5222
Automotive Service Technology
E 1543
(651) 779-5752
Bulletin (Official College Communication) (651) 779-3470
Business Office
W 2340
(651) 779-3278 (651) 779-3418
Cafeteria & Catering East (651) 779-3961
Cafeteria & Catering West (651) 779-3482
Career Services
W 2402
(651) 779-5774
W 1520
(651) 779-3358 (651) 748-2625
E 2420
(651) 779-3341 (651) 779-5802
E 3361
(651) 779-5756
Credit for Prior Learning
E 2523
(651) 773-1704
Dental - Appointments
E 3671
(651) 779-5787
District 916
(651) 415-5537
E 1261
(651) 779-3347 (651) 773-1716
Earth Science
E 2842
(651) 779-3242
Emergency Contact: Facilities (651) 779-3215
Emergency Contact: Security (Non Life Threatening) (651) 747-4000
Emergency Medical Services (651) 779-5794
Employee Development
E 1631
(651) 779-3905 (651) 779-3269
Engineering CAD Technology
E 1373
(651) 773-1730
W 3350
(651) 779-5747
Escorts (Public Safety) (651) 747-4000
E 1555
(651) 747-4039
Event Services
E 2531
(651) 773-1792 (651) 779-3470
E 1371
(651) 773-1730
Financial Aid
W 2201
(651) 779-3305 (651) 779-5816
Financial Aid and Scholarships
W 2201
(651) 779-3305 (651) 779-5816
Fitness Center
W 1605
(651) 747-4054
Gender Studies
W 3461
(651) 779-3459
General Questions (651) 779-3300
Health Services
E 2232
(651) 779-3954
Human Resources
E 1395
(651) 779-5804 (651) 779-5757
Information Technology
E 1650
(651) 779-3495 (651) 779-3269
Institutional Effectiveness
W 3201
(651) 779-3999
International Student Services
W 1221
(651) 779-3344
IT Help Desk - Staff/Faculty
E 1650
(651) 779-3495
IT Help Desk - Students (651) 779-3295
Language Lab
W 1190
(651) 779-3978
Law Enforcement Program
E 3563
(651) 779-3981
E 1800
(651) 779-3968
Mailroom (East)
E 1261
(651) 779-3957 (651) 773-1716
Marketing Department
E 2258
(651) 779-3918
Mathematics Resource Center
W 3318
(651) 779-3375
Multicultural Student Center
W 1220
(651) 773-1709
New Student Orientation (651) 779-3404
NorthEast Metro Post Secondary Program
E 2371
(651) 415-5518
Nursing Program
E 2251
(651) 779-3431
Peer Tutoring (East)
E 2542
(651) 747-4088
Peer Tutoring (West)
W 2460
(651) 747-4009
Perkins Program
W 2250
(651) 779-3953
Phi Theta Kappa
W 1490
(651) 779-3333 (651) 779-3417
Photo ID
W 2330
(651) 779-3299
Physical Education/Intramurals (651) 779-3951
Physical Education/Sports Mgmt (651) 779-3415
Physical Plant: Spills/Emergency Repair - Evenings (651) 779-3215
Psychology (651) 779-3450
Public Safety
E 1392
(651) 747-4000
Radiologic Tech
E 3260
(651) 779-3431 (651) 779-5779
Reading/Student Success
W 3250
(651) 779-3351
W 2220
(651) 779-3299 (651) 773-1708
Room Scheduling
(651) 773-1727
E 2506
(651) 779-3356
Social and Behavioral Science (651) 779-3450
Student Affairs (651) 779-3356 (651) 779-3373
Student Health Clinic
E 2232
(651) 779-3954
Student Life
W 1210
(651) 779-5765 (651) 748-2625
Student Resource & Support Center
W 2450
(651) 747-4098
Student Senate
W 1490
(651) 779-3317
Testing Center
W 2470
(651) 779-3352 (651) 779-5811
W 2330
(651) 779-3950
Transfer Student Services / DARS
W 2240
(651) 779-3908 (651) 779-3419
Transition Program (651) 451-5530
TRIO/Education Talent Search
E3575 and E3574
(651) 779-3967 (651) 779-3206
TRIO/Student Support Services
W 2461
(651) 779-3226 (651) 747-4090
Veterans Center
W 1217
(651) 779-3218
Voice Mail (From Off Campus) (651) 779-5539
E 1581
(651) 773-1744
Work Study, Student
W 2320
(651) 779-3318
Writing Center
W 3280
(651) 779-3400