Determine Course Placement
All degree-seeking students or students enrolling in a Math or English course must provide evidence of proficiency prior to enrollment.
GCCC uses multiple placement measures to help students select the most appropriate English, Reading, and Math courses for their educational goals. Please meet with an advisor prior to enrollment to ensure appropriate course selection.
You may qualify if you are a CURRENT high school student, or have completed high school within THREE years. This transcript can be emailed, uploaded, mailed, electronically sent, or hand-delivered. An official transcript will still be needed to be degree-seeking and to receive financial aid. For more information on official vs. unofficial transcript click HERE.
GED scores within the last 3-years are valid for placement. GED scores can be emailed,
uploaded, mailed, or hand-delivered. Official GED scores are required to be degree-seeking
and to receive financial aid. For more information on official vs. unofficial transcripts
If you have begun your Math and English sequence at another college, we can use the transcript for placement. The transcript may be unofficial for placement. You may email, upload, mail, electronically send, or hand-deliver the
college transcript. An official transcript will be required to be degree-seeking and to receive your financial aid. For more information on official vs. unofficial click HERE.
If you do not have any of the above mentioned placement options or if you would like
to test anyways, you can take the FREE Accuplacer test on our campus. To schedule
an Accuplacer test you can contact the testing center at 620-276-9654
Accuplacer placement requirements can be found here