Enrollment

Enrollment Services

Admissions Office Hours

Monday-Thursday:
8:00am-6:00pm

Fridays:
9:00am-5:00pm


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Applying as a New or Former Student

Application and Registration Information

(If you haven't applied or registered for curriculum courses within the past two years), complete Enrollment Steps 1-8 below:

STEP 1. APPLY/REAPPLY FOR ADMISSION AND SUBMIT ACADEMIC TRANSCRIPT(S)

A. Apply Online

If you have residency status other than U.S. citizen you must complete a paper application in Enrollment Services in the Medlin Campus Center.

B. Submit Academic Transcripts for All Schools Attended

* Application file is not complete until all official transcripts have been submitted. (see Transcript Policy for deadlines
u n d e r " Ad m i s sio n s " , "Admissions P o l i c y ") You can check to see if your transcripts have been received at transcripts.gtcc.edu .

  • Have all official transcripts mailed to the office of admissions directly from the colleges and universities you have attended
  • Have an official high school transcript (and your G.E.D. scores if applicable) sent to the office of admissions directly from your high school or testing center.
  • You can have your college or high school send the official transcripts electronically to rakuhl@gtcc.edu.

Admissions Office (location, hours, etc.)

STEP 2.  INVESTIGATE FINANCIAL AID

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How to Apply For Financial Aid

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

STEP 3. TAKE PLACEMENT TEST(S)

Assessment Testing Center Hours and Location(s):

Jamestown Hours
Greensboro Hours
High Point Hours

Placement tests are required unless you have the following SAT scores: (Most students have to take the placement tests, but you do not have to with these SAT / ACT scores.)

-Writing Placement Test waived with SAT Writing 500,
Act English 18 or transferable English composition courses.

-Reading Placement Test waived with SAT Reading 500,
Act Reading 21 or transferable English composition course.

-Mathematics Placement Test waived in courses up to
MAT 171 with SAT Math 500, ACT Math 22 or credit for the
equivalent college math course. (SAT/ACT scores are valid for 5 years.)

STEP 4. ADVISING/REGISTRATION

GTCC offers New and Returning student orientation sessions during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Orientation sessions allow new students the chance to be advised by faculty specific to their program major.

Orientation is mandatory for new students. It is important that you do not miss your session time. Sessions fill up quickly and you may not be able to get into another session.

STEP 5. REGISTRATION

New fall, spring, and summer applicants will attend Orientation sessions where faculty advisors will assist with the advising and registration process. For details regarding these processes please refer to GTCC's Path To Success.

After a student attends an orientation session, registration may be conducted via WebAdvisor (on-line registration). When attempting to register, if a class is full, students may take advantage of our waitlist feature. The waitlist will allow students to be notified if a seat becomes available so that they may register for that class.

STEP 6. CHECK FOR FINANCIAL AID AWARD

If you applied for FINANCIAL AID and your Financial Aid file is complete your awarded amount will be reflected on WebAdvisor. This is the amount you will have available to apply towards your tuition, fees, books, and supplies. Keep in mind that the amount shown is based on full-time enrollment (12 or more credit hours). If you are enrolled less than full-time, your aid will be prorated accordingly.

If your award amount does not show, then you should check with Enrollment Services, located on the 2nd floor of the Medlin Campus Center, Jamestown Campus.

WebAdvisor is the best source for getting information of financial aid awards.

REMINDER: Students who have been awarded financial aid, that covers tuition, will not be dropped for non-payment on the payment due date.

STEP 7. PAY BILL

Payments may be made online by WebAdvisor, in person at the Cashier's Office, 2nd Floor, Medlin Campus Center, Jamestown Campus, or in person at High Point Campus Cashier Window, front lobby, H1 building or at the Greensboro Campus Bookstore.

You can avoid long payment lines by using the payment option in WebAdvisor. (New Students Registration should have access to WebAdvisor).

GTCC accepts cash, checks, money orders, Discover, American Express, MasterCard*, and Visa*. If paying by check, the account holder's name, address, and account number must be pre-printed on the check. If paying in person, you must present the actual credit card to the cashier.

*To make a payment on-line with Visa or MasterCard, please use WebAdvisor.

 

STEP 8. BUY BOOKS. GO TO CLASS.

If you are using Financial Aid to purchase your books see Step 2 (INVESTIGATE FINANCIAL AID). The bookstore will have specific dates for Financial Aid purchase of books. If you are not a Financial Aid recipient you may purchase your books at any time. Click on the link below for bookstore hours and detailed information.

You will need a picture ID for service in the Bookstore and your class schedule (printed from any computer) to locate the books you will need. Books are set up alphabetically, by the course codes. Your course code, class location, days, and times are listed on your pink registration/billing statement.

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