1. Submit an Online Application for Admission
Click here to apply: Submit a GCC application
Before applying, please have the following items available:
Social Security Number
- BCIS information (if born outside US)
- Residency will be determined according to your answers to certain questions, please answer all questions to the best of your ability. If necessary, the Admissions and Records office will ask you to provide evidence of your BCIS documentation and/or your physical presence in California.
For more information on Residency click here, Residency Requirements
** Residency must be cleared PRIOR TO THE START OF THE TERM. **
- Answer all questions completely.
- Verify all information you have entered.
- Click on the Begin Application for Glendale Community College.
- Create a NEW User Account if you are applying online for the first time or Log in as a Returning User if you have previously applied online.
- Complete and submit application be sure to click the Finish link.
Check your personal e-mail account for an email from OpenCCCApply.
Please allow up to 24 hours (excluding weekends and holidays) to process your admissions application. You will receive an email that will contain your GCC ID# and information on accessing MyGCC your personal student portal.
2. Complete Assessment
Go to the San Fernando Complex, Room 112 where you will be assigned a counselor and complete an Assessment Self-Referral Form. You will usually be able to take the English and math computerized assessment immediately. ESL placement requires an appointment. 818.240.1000 ext. 5329.
Complete one of the following college orientations:
4. Meet with a Counselor
Make an appointment to see a counselor in one of the following locations:
- Bring your assessment test results, CLEP or advanced placement exam scores, your high school transcripts, and any college transcripts.
5. Register for Classes
Register for classes online through MyGCC.
CLERY ACT (Annual Security Report/Crime Statistics)
The following procedural and statistical information has been disclosed in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Act. All information disclosed has been reported using the Uniform Crime Reporting procedures as set forth by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the California Department of Justice. Crime statistics disclosed are those that occurred on property owned and controlled by the Glendale Community College District, and public property contiguous/adjacent to Glendale Community College District campuses.