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.
Learning communities are intentionally linked courses usually designed around a major area of interest and/or goal for student success. LCs include two to four core courses that fulfill degree requirements.
The campus location where students can obtain resources and services in meeting their class assignments. The Daniel J. Kaufman Library & Learning Center is a physical location where students can study individually and as a group, as well as check out printed materials. It also is a virtual location via the website that provides access to a wide variety of subject-based resources, as well as research assistance. The Kaufman Library and the campus bookstore are not the same, and textbooks are not available from the Library.
Launching and Inspiring your First-year Transition. A student success pathway of activities and involvement benchmarks for first-year students (0-30 credits).