Admission to the College
Admission to Gloucester County College is available to applicants who have graduated from a recognized high school, completed a secondary school education in a home school setting, earned a secondary school completion credential, or demonstrated an ability to benefit.
Applications of non-high school graduates will be evaluated using the College’s placement examination as an indicator of their ability to benefit. All non-high school graduates will be advised on the benefit of achieving the equivalency diploma.
Eligible students who have completed their junior year of high school, or younger students with exceptional academic ability and appropriate approval, may enroll in college-level courses through any of the College’s articulation agreements with local high schools. These programs include, but are not limited to: Dual Credit, Tech Prep, and High School Options Program (HSOP). Successful completion of the course(s) allows students to apply credits toward a GCC degree or certificate and/or transfer the credits to another institution.
Admission to the College does not guarantee rights to financial aid. The College will adhere to all federal and state statutes which relate to awarding financial aid. (Board policy 8015)
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