How can I get more points in order to improve your registration date and time.
During your first semester at Glendale Community College, you need to make an appointment with a counselor to have a Student Educational Plan (SEP) prepared. An SEP is an outline of all your general education, major, prerequisite and elective classes related to your personal educational goal, as well as the graduation requirements. Once a counselor completed your SEP you will be able to view your SEP in you’re My Planner in your MyGCC. Having an S.E.P on file gives you additional points
Complete all the units in which you are enrolled. Do not drop units. The more units you have completed and you have in progress, the higher your priority.
Complete the matriculation process by taking both the math and English assessment (placement test) located in SF 112
Enroll and complet a college orientation class, such as Student Development 100, 103, 104, 120, or 145. These courses are taught to help you succeed at Glendale Community College.
Do not get on probation. Points will be deducted if you are on academic probation or on progress progation. If you are on probation, be sure to enroll in one of these special classes for students on probation (ST DV 141 or 144). By taking this class, you will negate points taken away for being on probation.
Maintain a grade-point average between 3.0 or above. Additional points are given with a grade point average between 3.0 and 4.0. Students even receive points for having a GPA of 2.0 to 2.9 but fewer than students with 3.0 or higher.