Registration



Students registering for distance learning classes should follow the same policies and procedures as for on-site Galveston College course registration. Distance learners are advised to carefully review the current "Schedule of Classes" and note the dates and times for course-specific and general distance learning orientation sessions.

  FALL 2014 Registration Dates & times

  • Early Registration*:
    April 14 -8AM-7PM Monday-Tuesday
    *For Early Registration, payment must be made by 12PM (noon) on August 14, 2014 to avoid being dropped from class

  • General Registration**:
    August 18-21         8AM-5PM Monday-Thursday

  • Late registration**:
    August 22-23  8AM-5PM Friday - Saturday

  • ** For General and Late Registration, payment must be made
    on the day you register to avoid being dropped from classes.

 IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR VCT STUDENTS!

There are two (2) steps that you must complete in order to be officially enrolled in an VCT course: (1) Reservation and (2) Registration.
Reservations: Contact Patricia Reyes preyes@gc.edu or 409-944-1324 to request a seat reservation in the class. The Distance Education Department will check to ensure that the class in which you are interested is available. If a student desires to take a course at another VCT institution, the student must have approval from the Vice President of Instruction.
Registration: Once the student have approval and/or a VCT reservation for the desired course, The Distance Education Office will register the student in the GC registration system.  Please note, if the student decides to drop the course, the student is required to contact both the GC Admission's Office and the Distance Education Office to fully withdraw from the VCT course.

NEW STUDENTS

All new students must complete an admissions application and be accepted to Galveston College before they may register for classes. To begin the admissions process, click on the Admissions link below:
Admissions 
Financial Aid
Updated 2/20/2015 - Content Author preyes