The Secchia Institute for Culinary Education at Grand Rapids Community College prepares students for successful careers in the hospitality field by providing superior theoretical and hands-on education in the classical and modern culinary arts. The Culinary Arts program at GRCC has been awarded American Culinary Federation accreditation for three consecutive seven-year cycles - one of only two programs in the nation to earn this distinction.
GRCC's Secchia Institute offers two-year programs in Culinary Arts or Culinary Management, granting students Associate degrees in Applied Arts and Sciences. Students gain practical, hands-on experience at The Heritage Restaurant and Art & Bev's Bistro, both operated by the Secchia Institute. Students can also earn a one-year certificate of completion in Baking and Pastry Arts.
The Secchia Institute is located on the campus of Grand Rapids Community College, in the heart of downtown.
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