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Online Summer Classes


Online Summer Classes


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Register for Fall 2020


Register for Fall 2020
Whether you’re looking to begin an Associate Degree or Certificate Program, continue your studies or get ahead in your professional career, GCC has something for you. You have a story to create, and we want to be a part of it. Your Story is Our Story.

Through virtual communication, you're able to email and submit your application wherever you are. Here are steps to help get
 your foot in the door.

As we are excited to meet you very soon, we also are aware that some steps will require a visit to your high school or even the doctor's office. Your health and safety are VERY important to us. We ask that you follow ALL Social Isolation Guidelines at this time. Stay Safe!

Returning GCC Students can register for classes through
MyGCC Student Portal

Degrees and Certificates
View Current Course Schedule 


Summer Classes: May 29-July 10 (ALL Summer classes are ONLINE, NO TB required (SUMMER ONLY).
Fall 2020 Classes: August 12- December 2 (New Students and all others who require TB shots/updates must clear by August 12)

GCC English and Math Placement Testing
In response to the current situation of COVID-19, GCC will allow all new students to register for courses without taking the English and Math placement test. The criteria below can be used by students as a guide to determine which Math and/or English course to enroll in for Summer or Fall 2020. Transcripts must be turned in the week before classes begin.

Criteria for English and Math Placement


Need help going through the steps?
Free Virtual Academic Advisement Services

Mondays – Fridays
9:00 – 11:00 AM and 1:00 – 4:00 PM 

To receive services during these virtual hours, please complete the link below.
Request for Services



1. Complete & Submit the Application for Admission pdf.png
(Print, Fill Out, and Sign)

*Application for Admission MUST be turned in with a photo of a Government-issued ID to be processed.

Email Application and Photo ID to:

Once our Admissions team processes your application, you will receive your Student (MyGCC Account) Information through the email you provided on your application.

Apps you can use to fill and sign the Application.

(Android: MicrosoftAdobe, OneDrive)
(iOS: Microsoft, Adobe, OneDrive)

2. Login to MyGCC & Activate your GCC Email.

MyGCC, known as the Student Portal that allows you to have access to information such as Registration Status, Grades, Holds, Transcripts, and Financial Balances. Important Announcements, News and Events are posted here as well. Students are encouraged to become acquainted with MyGCC.

Note: You may log in using Gmail to access your GCC Email account.

3. Register for Classes through MyGCC

The guide to registering for courses through MyGCC can be found here.

You can email your registration requests to

*Email requests MUST meet the following criteria:

  • The request must come from your GCC ( Email
  • Include your Full Name, Student ID # (B00XXXXXX), and Courses including CRN


4. Submit Official High School Transcript, GED® Certification, or HiSet® Certification

*Must be submitted the week before classes start

Email to: or


Mailed to:
Guam Community College
Attn: Admissions & Registration
P.O. Box 23069, GMF,
Barrigada, Guam 96921

Official Transcripts
are transcripts submitted to GCC directly from another institution through mail or secure electronic means. Transcripts emailed from students to GCC or are mailed to GCC after being opened will not be accepted.


5. Financial Aid - Fill Out the FAFSA

Guam Community College School Code: 015361.
Find out more information about GCC Financial Aid or email:

After filling out the FAFSA, the federal processing time will take around 3-5 days. You will then be able to retrieve your Deferment Letter from the GCC Financial Aid Office once the campus reopens. The Deferment Letter acts as a ticket and needs to be presented in order to complete steps 9, 10, & 11. 

6. Email Your Academic Advisor
(Click here for Summer/Fall Virtual Advisement)

Academic Advisors are there to help students! Your college academic advisor is much like your high school counselor. Advisors clarify your life and career goals as they assist with developing your educational plan and the classes you should take and when you should take them. They are available to answer your concerns and are there to help you find ways and opportunities to reach your academic success.

7. Submit the Student Health Information Form pdf.png & Tuberculosis (TB) Screening Form pdf.png
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Before any student can start classes, they must be cleared by the GCC Health Center. Students are screened for Tuberculosis (TB) and MUST complete and SUBMIT the Emergency and Health Information Form. Students with a Positive TB test result MUST obtain a Certificate of Tuberculosis Evaluation from the Department of Public Health & Social Services (DPHSS).

GCC Campus is closed due to COVID-19 and will not be administering (PPD) Skin Tests at this time.
For students attending virtual Summer courses-TB Shots will not be required. However, for Fall registration, new, returning, and students who are required to submit updated TB shots must clear with GCC's Health Center by August 12.

Tuberculosis (TB) Screening
Emergency & Health Information (Adult)
Emergency & Health Information (Minor)

Note: This should be submitted the week before classes start. A Health Hold will be on your account and will be removed once health forms and documents are submitted to the GCC Health Center.

For more information about Student Health Information, email:

8. Placement for Math & English

GCC English and Math Placement Testing
In response to the current situation of COVID-19, GCC will allow all new students to register for courses without the English and Math placement test. The criteria below can be used by students as a guide to determine which Math and/or English course to enroll in for Summer or Fall 2020

Criteria for English and Math Placement

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 

If you are a recent (GDOE) High School Graduate, check out the CLYMER Program to see if you are eligible. For more information about CLYMER, email:

9. Get Your Student ID & Purchase Your Textbooks

(Once the campus reopens)  View Campus Map
*FAFSA Applicants must present an ID and Deferment Letter

Process your Student ID at the Student Support Services, Building B.

With your student ID, students will have access to all the different perks at GCC –from library access, computer labs, and Spring/Fall festival freebies!

Purchase your textbooks at the Bookstore
Must present your Schedule & GCC ID

For more information, email:

10. Pay Tuition & Fees

Financial Aid Students
MUST attain a Deferment Letter from the GCC Financial Aid Office.
(Once the campus reopens)

For more information, email:

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Pay Online
through MyGCC or through the Cashier the week before classes begin.

For more information about Payments, email:

Important Note: Failure to make Payment or attain a Deferment Letter will result in ALL REGISTERED COURSES TO BE DROPPED.



Can I visit your offices at GCC?
GCC campus will remain closed through May 5, 2020, in compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-09 Relative to Additional Social Isolation Measures.

What kind of Degrees and Certificates do you offer?
Degrees & Certificates

I'm interested in Applying at GCC but don't know what to take or where to begin.
Free Virtual Academic Advisement Services

I don't think I can afford college. Is there free money anywhere?

I'm a veteran interested in going to GCC. Do I have benefits?
VA Education benefits


I need help finishing high school, do you offer any of those services?

How do I know where to go when GCC opens?
Campus Map

Listing of ALL Departments and Offices



Dates to Remember

Summer 2020 Fall 2020

Registration Dates

May 27, 2020
Now  until
August 7, 2020

Last Day for Payments

May 27, 2020 August 7, 2020

First Day of Classes

May 29, 2020 August 12, 2020

Schedule Adjustment Period

May 28 & 29, 2020 August 10-11, 2020
Schedule Adjustment Period

August 12-14
Canceled class adjustment period

Last Day to Withdraw
Full-term courses

June 19, 2020

October 16, 2020

Last Day to Withdraw
First 8 Week courses

N/A September 11, 2020

Last Day to Withdraw
Second 8 Week courses

N/A October 23, 2020



Resident, Military & Dependents, and Veterans: $130.00/ Semester Hour
Non-Resident : $155.00/ Semester Hour
Foreign Student: $180.00/ Semester Hour

Students Fees

Registration $22.00
Student ID $7.00
Library Services $15.00
Student Activities $15.00
Health Services $15.00
Technology Fee $73.00

Total Student Fees (per semester) $147.00
Does not include Course Fee, Laboratory Fee, Textbooks and Supplies.


Harvest House Donation Drive


Basketball Tryouts


Human Services Book Drive

As an end of the semester activity, the Human Services Student Organization has partnered with Mañe'lu (formerly known as Big Brothers Big Sisters) in hopes of promoting literacy by providing children's books to various communities throughout our island.



The Great Guam ShakeOut

The Great Guam ShakeOut


Once again, GCC will take part in the world’s largest earthquake drill, the Great ShakeOut. On Thursday, October 17, 2019, at exactly 10:17 AM, participants will practice the earthquake response procedure; Drop, Cover and Hold On from wherever they are. The drill will last for one minute.


The Offices of Guam Homeland Security and Civil Defense (GHS/OCD) encourage all residents to increase earthquake preparedness and response by practicing how to protect themselves during an earthquake and how to ensure an earthquake disaster does not become a catastrophe. The ShakeOut participation provides the opportunity to evaluate emergency plans, increase awareness of earthquake safety, and improve resiliency within your community.

Guam Community College is a registered participant. To participate in this year’s ShakeOut, residents must register online at or call (671) 475-9600. The ShakeOut website provides drill manuals, tips on earthquake safety and other resources for developing a disaster plan. Residents may register as an individual, family, school, business, or other groups and are encouraged to share photos of their ShakeOut experience on the Great Guam ShakeOut website.

Island residents will join close to 50 million ShakeOut participants from across the world from the U.S., Hawaii, British Columbia, CNMI, New Mexico, Puerto Rico, Southern Italy, and other various regions.


Neighborhood Watch Program Summit

Neighborhood Watch Program
(Police & Community Working Together)

August 17, 2019
9 AM – 2 PM
Guam Community College Multipurpose Auditorium, Bldg 400

* Inquire on how to connect with a NWP in your area
* In need of home security? See what products are offered by various security companies
* Hear how the NWP addresses safety and security in your community

Neighborhood Watch Program Summit Flyer


MyGCC Portal & E-Mail Systems Maintenance

MyGCC portal system will continue undergoing improvements and system maintenance activities starting tonight at 10:30PM, August 5th, and ending the next morning at around 5:30AM, August 6th.  Access to MyGCC and E-Mail between those hours will either be unavailable, limited, or intermittent.  This maintenance activity is being conducted to improve our login process to the new Cloud environment.  We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding. 

NOTE:  At this time, the SAFARI Web browser on iPhones, iPads, and iMacs is NOT supported. The recommended browser is Google Chrome.  

If you are unable to login to MyGCC and need to conduct a "Forgot Password" process, please click on this link or copy and paste the link to your browser:
Thank you,
Management Information Systems


2019 Annual Veterans Health Conference

2019 Annual Veterans Health Conference 
Thursday, July 18, 2019   | 8 AM - 4 PM 
Sign Up Today!

472-0219 ext. 118 /116



The core purpose for the Sustainable Technologies and Environmental Education Program (STEEP) is to equip students with an understanding of the general principles of Island Sustainability, Energy, Renewable Energy; Sustainable and Alternative Eco-Friendly Projects. Students will be able to connect and understand human impacts with Global Environmental Issues and Climate Change. Students will engage in informal education through lectures, media and hands-on activities that will further enhance their appreciation for the natural environment and for sustainable technologies. Basic skills for assembling, installing, and creating a solar pergola structure will be taught.  In addition, students will learn about the basics of robotics, drones, and how to use pre-architecture software.

For more information about the program, please contact Francisco "Kiko" Palacios at 735-5639 or email 

GCC Future Builders of Guam- Construction Boot Camp

GCC Ship Repair Transportation Boot Camp