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TOPIK is NOW available!

TOPIK is designed specifically for the following applicants in mind: overseas ethnic Korean and non-native Korean speakers for whom Korean is a second or foreign language and those whose aim includes:

  • Learning and evaluating their understanding of Korean Language
  • Entering a domestic university of Korea.
  • Seeking employment in companies and public institutions, both within and out of Korea.
  • Obtaining permanent residency in Korea or a Korean Visa

Registration Dates: January 8 – 24, 2020
Exam Date: April 11, 2020

(See flyer for more details)

If you are interested, contact:
Mr. Eric Ji, Department Chair,
Hospitality and Tourism Department


Spring 2020 Student Activities

Involvement produces positive benefits for college. It helps build your skill set, become more collaborative, leads to great friendships, builds self-confidence and can provide you with a well-rounded college experience. Get out there and Get Involved!


Jan. 3 Last Day to Register and
Make Payments for
Spring 2020 Courses 
Jan. 8 First Day of
Monday—Wednesday Classes 
Jan. 9 First Day of
Tuesday—Thursday Classes 
Jan. 10 First Day of Friday Classes     
Jan. 11 First Day of Saturday Classes     
Jan. 20 HOLIDAY –
Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Observed) 
Jan. 22 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm  Student Organization
Health Certificate Workshop 
MPA, Building 400 
Jan. 23 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm  Student Organization
Health Certificate Workshop 
MPA, Building 400 
Jan. 24 12:00 noon  COPSA General
Membership Meeting 
Student Center,
Training Rm. 5108
Jan. 31 10:00 am  Student Organization Officer
& Advisor Training 
Student Center,
Training Rm. 5108 
Feb. 7 12:00 noon  COPSA General
Membership Meeting 
Student Center,
Training Rm. 5108 
Feb. 13 COPSA Valentine’s Day Activity  MPA, Building 400   
Feb. 14 Deadline to Apply for Graduation  Admissions & Registration (Bldg. 2000)  
Feb. 19 4:00 pm  Meet the President  MPA, Building 400 
Feb. 20 4:00 pm  Meet the President  MPA, Building 400 
Feb. 21 12:00 noon  COPSA General Membership Meeting  Student Center,
Training Rm. 5108 

Mar. 2

HOLIDAY – Guam History &
Chamorro Heritage Day (Observed) 
Mar. 6 8:30 am – 3:00 pm  “The EDGE” Student Conference  Dusit Thani
Guam Resort 
Mar. 13 12:00 noon  COPSA General Membership Meeting  Student Center,
Training Rm. 5108
Mar. 13 3:00 pm  Deadline to Submit Applications for the 
2020-2021 GCC Student Leaders Election

COPSA Officers & GCC Board of
Trustees Student Member
Center for Student Involvement
Student Center, Rm. 5101
Mar. 16 8:00 am – 4:00 pm  College Assembly - NO CLASSES
(8:00 am – 4:00 pm) 
Mar. 20 Last Day to Withdraw
(Standard Term Courses) 
Admissions & Registration, Bldg. 2000   
March 23 – 26 Voting Ends at 8:00 pm
Thurs., Mar. 26th 
2020-2021 GCC Student Leaders Election   
Mar. 26  4:00 pm – 8:00 pm  Spring Festival & “Tour of the Pacific”  Student Center Courtyard 
Mar. 27 12:00 noon  COPSA General Membership Meeting  Student Center,
Training Rm. 5108
Apr. 6 – 12 SPRING BREAK     
Apr. 17 12:00 noon  COPSA General Membership Meeting  Student Center,
Training Rm. 5108
Apr. 24 Last Day of Friday Classes     
Apr. 25 Last Day of Saturday Classes     
Apr. 28 Last Day of
Tuesday – Thursday Classes 
Apr. 30 3:00 pm  Last Day to Submit Student Organization 
Fund Vouchers (COPSA Account #2252) 
Center for Student Involvement,
Student Center, Rm. 5101 
May 1 12:00 noon  COPSA General Membership Meeting  Student Center,
Training Rm. 5108
May 4 Last Day for
Monday – Wednesday Classes 
May 7 Grades Due     
May 14 12:00 noon  Graduate Luncheon,
Sponsored by COPSA 
UOG Calvo
Field House 
May 14 1:00 pm  Graduation Rehearsal  UOG Calvo
Field House 
May 15 3:00 pm  GCC Commencement (Graduation)  UOG Calvo
Field House 


Center for Student Involvement (CSI)
Student Center (Bldg. 5000), Room 5101 
Tel: (671) 735-5518/5519

Begin Your Story




New Students will need to come to Admissions & Registration. View Steps to Register.
List of Degrees and Certificates

Continuing Students can register for classes on MyGCC.
Online Course Schedule
Academic Advising



Dates to Remember

Spring 2020

Registration Dates

CLOSED - January 3, 2020

Last Day for Payments

CLOSED - January 3, 2020

First Day of Classes

January 8, 2020

Schedule Adjustment Period
Students are responsible for any academic and financial responsibilities for adjustments to your registration. This includes tuition and fees –unless you officially drop courses before the end of the schedule adjustment period.

CLOSED - January 6 –7, 2020
Schedule Adjustment Period 

January 8 – 10, 2020
Canceled class adjustment period

Last Day to Withdraw 

March 20, 2020

Last Day to Withdraw

February 7, 2020

Last Day to Withdraw 

March 13, 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
Not including Course Fee, Laboratory Fee, Textbooks and Supplies.


File the FAFSA to get FREE money for college
Guam Community College School Code: 015361


Health Clearance
New students are required to turn in a TB Clearance or get screened at our Health Center.
Your health and the health of our campus community matters to us.


Placement Test

College English and Mathematics Placement Tests are offered each week. Interested students must make payment before signing up for the Placement Test. There is a $22.00 non-refundable charge. Payments must be made to the GCC cashier prior to testing. Students must bring their payment receipt and a photo ID at the time of testing. Please see a counselor or call 735-5583 for details. Recent Guam high school graduates may be eligible to bypass the placement tests.


Assessment and Counseling
Student Services & Administration Building (Bldg. 2000, Room 2129/33/34/35/36)

Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 AM

Phone: (671) 735-5562/63/82/83

Admissions & Registration
Student Services & Administration Building (Bldg. 2000, Rotunda)

Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Friday 8:00 AM – 12:00 AM

Phone: (671) 735-5531/32

*Closed on Weekends and Government of Guam Holidays


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