Enrollment FAQ

Enrollment FAQ

Many students have questions about attending and taking classes at GCC. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions with answers.

Enrollment FAQ

A few simple steps is all it takes to enroll at Glendale Community College.

To drop a class that has not yet started, log in to your online student center (for help with the student center use the Student Center Guide), or by visiting the Enrollment Center in person. Students who officially withdraw from credit classes within the deadline will receive a 100% refund for tuition and fees. See Official Withdrawal Deadlines for 100% Refund.

To drop a class that has already started, pick up an add/drop form in the Enrollment Center. Ask your instructor sign the form, then give the completed form to the Office of Admissions and Records by the drop-class deadline noted in your online Student Center to receive a 100% refund.

You only pay for those classes for which you are enrolled. If you are on a waitlist, it is your responsibility to make sure that your financial aid has been adjusted and to make a payment for the class. Failure to do so will result in being dropped from the class.

Your Maricopa Enterprise Identification (MEID) is a permanent identification number created for you when you enroll at Glendale or any other Maricopa Community College. You will use this number to register for classes, view your schedule of classes, check your financial aid, and make payments. You will also use your MEID to log on to campus computers and the Canvas online learning environment. Learn more about MEIDs.

12 or more credits per semester is considered full-time. Only full-time students can join a Gaucho Athletics team.

No, you do NOT need a high school diploma or GED to enroll in classes at GCC.

In some cases, yes! Learn more about the ACE program.

Dual enrollment courses vary by high school and semester. See Dual Enrollment to find your high school’s course offerings.

Yes! GCC offers both hybrid courses (part on-campus and part on-line) and courses that are fully on-line. Learn More.