• SUBMIT PERSONAL INFORMATION FORM AND OBTAIN YOUR USERNAME AND PASSWORD.
New students must submit their Personal Information form to the Admissions and Registration Office in the rotunda at Building 2000. Please bring proper identification.
• SUBMIT HEALTH RECORDS (as needed).
required by public law, health records for new and returning students must be updated at the Student Health Center in the Student Center before
registering for classes. Returning students are students who were previously enrolled but have not attended for two (2) consecutive regular terms.
• MEET WITH A COUNSELOR or ACADEMIC ADVISOR (as needed).
New students can sign up to do this in the rotunda at the Admissions & Registration Office. You are encouraged to seek advisement prior to registration to discuss course prerequisites, program requirements and educational plan. If you are asked to enter your Alternate PIN to access registration, please see your advisor. Students enrolled in the Adult High School Diploma Program, GED Program, Culinary Arts, Practical Nursing, Criminal Justice Academy, and foreign students (I-20) must meet with their advisor prior to registering for classes.
• SCHEDULE PLACEMENT TESTS (If needed. If you had good grades in math & English in high school, use our CLYMER Program to skip the placement test).
Students who need to take an English and/or Math placement test, must pay $22 at the Cashier’s office. To sign-up online, please click on the link below.
If you have taken a placement test or English or Math courses at another college or university, please bring your results or transcript to the Counseling Office.
English and Math Placement Waiver - CLYMER Program
If you are a recent GDOE high school graduate (within 2 years) or are expected to graduate this school year and have a minimum GPA of 3.2, you may not have to take the placement test and may be eligible for an Alternative Placement. Please click on the form below to determine eligibility and to apply.
• FILL OUT YOUR FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) OR UPDATE FINANCIAL RECORDS (as needed).
If you need help filling out the FAFSA, they can help you at the Financial Aid Office (1st floor, left side, Building 2000), or at the Reach for College Office on the 2nd Floor of the Student Center. If you are a returning student, please clear any outstanding balances before registering for courses. Students with a past due balance will not be allowed to register.
• SET UP YOUR MyGCC ACCOUNT.
Go to www.guamcc.edu. Click on the MyGCC link at the top of the screen.
• LOG IN TO MYGCC AND REGISTER FOR COURSES. Log in with your MyGCC username and password. Using the "My Courses" tab, you may register for classes. Click on the video below to view "How to add classes online" or download pdf copy of "How to add classes online."
• PAY FOR COURSES.
may pay for tuition and fees at the Cashier’s Office located in the
Student Services & Administration Building. Students may also pay by
credit card (How to make a payment using a credit card - pdf) on MyGCC. All accounts are due the day before classes
Click on the video below to view "How to Make an Online Payment."
• OBTAIN YOUR STUDENT I.D.
Identification card must be obtained at the Student
Support Office located in Building B.
• PURCHASE YOUR BOOKS.
Students may purchase their books at the GCC Bookstore located in the Foundation Building. You must bring your current GCC I.D. and course schedule.
• ATTEND NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION.
Attendance of the new student orientation is mandatory for all new students.