GCC responds to the Coronavirus Outbreak. GCC has moved to remote online instruction.


If a class is full, but has a waitlist, you can add yourself to the waitlist and as seats open up, students on the waitlist will be automatically enrolled. *When you add yourself to the waitlist, you are given a position number. Students are enrolled in open seats based on their position number. The lower your number is on the waitlist, the greater your opportunity is to be enrolled in the class.
What is the advantage of enrolling to a waitlist?
How many classes can I waitlist for?
Can I waitlist in more than one section of the same class?
I was in position number 1 on a waitlist, why wasn’t I enrolled when a seat opened?
Can I take myself off of a waitlist?
What is the first day I can get on a waitlist?
Once I am on the waitlist, how do I get into the class?
Can I waitlist for a class that conflicts in meeting times with a class that I’m already enrolled in?
Where can I find my waitlist position number?
What if I decide that I no longer want to take a class that I have waitlisted?
What happens if I am added to a class from a waitlist after I have paid fees for other classes that I enrolled in?
If I am already enrolled in NelNet payment plan, how might enrolling in an additional class via the waitlist impact my payment plan?
If I have Financial Aid, how will adding a class to my schedule from the waitlist impact my aid?


Classes and wait list (enrollment from the wait list) will officially close at 11:59 p.m. on the Sunday before the class is scheduled to begin. If you would like to add a closed class, you must attend the first day of the class to obtain a permission number from the instructor. IF you are given a permission number, you will then need to log back into your student portal–MyGCC and officially add the class using the permission number.