From the first campus visits to moving into the residence halls, helping your student select a college and get through the enrollment process can be a daunting task. You want to ensure your student succeeds, and we can help. GGC... built for success.
GGC takes pride in mentoring its students. Faculty and staff work with students throughout the academic year to engage them in activities to solidify connections with faculty, further explore relationships with peers, encourage critical thinking and expose them to new ideas.
This unique learning community expands beyond the classroom as students participate in civic activities, service projects with area organizations and a service-oriented “Alternative Spring Break” led by faculty and staff. At GGC we understand that the college transition is a complex and significant process. That's why GGC programs focus on providing all students with the support and experiences they need to continue in college through graduation.
Don't take our word for it. Listen to the faculty and students.
Don't forget about yourself! It's not uncommon for parents to enroll in classes at GGC, too.
Perhaps you want to start or finish your own bachelor's degree. Or maybe you are interested in a particular subject and want to learn more. As you explore our brand new campus, seasoned faculty and state-of-the-art learning environment, you may decide it's not only the right school for your student, but the right school for you. Find out more:
Did you know?
GGC named most ethnically diverse regional Southern college in U.S. News & World Report 2015 College Compass, measured among both public and private colleges.