As a new student, you may register at the time and date assigned to you in your online student portal - MyGCC. Complete the following steps prior to registration:
- Step 1: Submit Application for Admission online through CCC Apply
- Step 2: Complete Assessment and Orientation
- Step 3: Meet with a Counselor to develop a Student Education Plan.
- Step 4: Register for classes through MyGCC
As a continuing student, you are assigned a registration appointment in your online student portal - MyGCC. Complete the following steps prior to registration:
- Step 1: See a Counselor to develop or update your Student Education Plan.
- Step 2: Choose your classes from those listed in the Class Schedule.
- Step 3: Register for classes using MyGCC
As a student, you are responsible (not the instructor) for withdrawing from class(es) in which you are officially enrolled. The student should drop the class using MyGCC. If you fail to attend a class in which you are officially enrolled and do not drop the class, you may receive a failing grade. If withdrawal from a full-term course occurs within the first two weeks of the semester, no grade will be recorded on your permanent academic record. If you withdraw from a full-term course between the third week of instruction through the end of the tenth week of instruction, you will receive a grade of "W" on your permanent record. You may not drop or withdraw from classes after the end of the tenth week of instruction. Be sure to check the "Important Dates" in the class schedule or in your student portal - MyGCC.
Deadlines vary for short term classes.
California residents: The State-mandated enrollment fee per unit. The Non-Resident Tuition per unit. Out-of-State and international students must pay this fee in addition to the basic enrollment fee, plus a capital outlay fee per unit. Details and a list of other fees are included in the class schedule.
The photo ID card is used at the library, the bookstore, offices in Student Services and instructional labs at the college.
The Photo ID center is located on the 3rd Floor of the Sierra Vista Building - Admissions and Records Office.
Please be prepared to show the following items:
- Any form of photo identification
- Printout of your current class schedule
Please call the Admissions and Records Office for photo ID hours. (818) 240-1000 ext. 5910
If you have forgotten your password, or your password has expired, you can have a new password emailed to you. Go to MyGCC and click on Forgot My Password link.
If you received a grade of D or F in a course, you may enroll in the course again. After you successfully complete the course, you should fill out the "Request to Count the Higher Grade" and submit it to the Office of Admissions and Records so the original grade of D or F will not be calculated in your grade-point average.
If you do not need to repeat a course because the class(es) are not needed for your current goal, this is a good option for you. Read more about our academic renewal policy and see if you qualify to petition.
Your original F/D grade will still be visible on your GCC transcript, but it won't be calculated into your GPA. Glendale Community College does not guarantee that institutions outside the district will honor academic renewal. The receiving institution/agency will make that determination.
FIRST TWO (2) COPIES OF YOUR OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT ARE FREE. Students may obtain their free transcripts by MAIL or In Person Request ONLY.Transcript Fees
General Education Certification Information
Students are responsible for requesting the CSU/IGETC Certification to be included with their transcripts. This service is only available when certification and a transcript are being sent to a participating institution.
Glendale Community College requires official transcripts from all other colleges and universities that you have attended. All official transcripts must be submitted to GCC’s Admissions and Records Office prior to requesting a transfer certification. If you are requesting an IGETC and wish to use high school coursework to fulfill your language other than English requirement (LOTE) you may submit either official or unofficial transcripts. If you are planning to use transcripts from out of state or private colleges and/or universities you may be required to submit additional information in addition to your official transcripts. (This includes but is not limited to: course description, course outline, and class syllabus.) Using out of state transcripts to fulfill your undergraduate coursework requirements may impact the processing time of your certification request. If you have any questions regarding certification please meet with an Academic Counselor prior to submitting your request for certification.
- Transcript will NOT be processed unless all outstanding obligations to Glendale Community College are cleared.
- Transcript will NOT be processed without the student's signature.
- Work-in-Progress will automatically be included for currently enrolled courses.
- Only Glendale Community College grades are issued. Grades from other schools MUST be ordered from the original school.
- In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, student written authorization is REQUIRED to release student records. This includes the parents of a minor student.
- You are responsible for providing accurate mailing addresses. Replacement transcript requests resulting from inaccurate mailing addresses are subject to the normal transcript fee. We are not responsible for mishandling by the U.S. Post Office or the receiving school or agency.
There are two kinds of P/NP courses. The first category consists of classes that are only offered on a P/NP basis. These courses are listed in the college catalog and noted in the class schedule.
The second category consists of courses which you may choose to take on a P/NP basis. To do so, you must use the "Petition to Take a Class for Pass/No Pass" and submit it to the Office of Admissions and Records by the Friday of the third week of instruction for a semester-length class or the Tuesday of the second week of instruction for all other classes. If you elect to take classes on a P/NP basis, you must participate in the class as a regular student. If the grade awarded by the instructor is a C or higher, the grade is recorded as a P. If the instructor assigns a grade of D or F, the grade is recorded as NP.
The Grade Point Average (GPA) is computed by dividing the total grade points earned by the total grade points attempted.
|Grade or Symbol||Meaning||Grade Points per Semester Unit|
|B||Better Than Average||3|
|D||Passing, Less than Satisfactory||1|
|CR or Pass||Credit||0|
|NC or No Pass||No credit||0|
Calculating Your GPA Sample
|Total Units Attempted||10||Total Grade Points||34|
Divide the total grade points earned by the total number of units attempted.
34 divided by 10= 3.40 GPA