Navigating a new place can be challenging, and we're here to help you succeed. Use this searchable guide of common terms and acronyms to better understand GGC's environment and culture.
GGC’s learning management system. You can find important course information, such as the syllabus, through your course pages in this system. See MyCourses (login required).
Tens of thousands of full-text articles, books and book chapters, images, streaming media, statistics, government information, etc., made available from online sources through the Kaufman Library. Databases cover a wide variety of specific discipline areas and time periods.
DegreeWorks is a program that will help you track your academic requirements and progress. It also helps you prepare for future course registration. Through its “What If ” function, you can see how your current classes fit into a different major plan, if you are considering switching majors.
A period of several days at the beginning of each semester during which students may adjust their schedules without penalty. This action may increase the tuition charges on a student’s account if a course is added or decrease charges if a course is dropped. The number of credits a student attempts also may affect the amount of their financial aid award.
Dual Enrollment refers to a high school student who also is enrolled at GGC.