All tuition and fees must be paid at the time of registration. We accept cash, checks and credit cards. Payment plans may be arranged for some courses through FACTS/Nelnet.
Looking for Financial Assistance? Depending on your eligibility, the following are resources available to help you find funds for Continuing education programs, or to help you with other expenses while you are in school. Please speak with your financial aid advisor if you have questions.
Visit the Workforce Solutions office at 3549 Palmer Hwy, Texas City TX 77590
Visit in person at 1300 A Bay Area Blvd. Houston, TX 77058
Formerly known as DARS, The Tx. Dept. of Assistive and Rehabilitive Services, is now a part of TWC.
Classes listed with a “*” in our schedule are eligible for a 50% senior discount, for those over the age of 65 and who live in district. This discount is applied upon registration.
Texas Public Education Grants (TPEG)
State Legislation has made grant funds available to students with financial need for workforce and career training classes. Limited funds are available for persons who qualify though GC Financial Aid Office to assist with payment of tuition for vocational courses. These funds are distributed on a first come, first serve basis for qualified applicants. Books are not included. Interested students should first fill out a FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov. This grant does not require repayment and is applicable for the following Continuing Education courses.
- Certified Nurse Aid (CNA)
- Pipefitting Fast Track
- EKG Tech
Alternative Student Loans
Alternative student loans, also known as private student loans, are specialized college student loans designed to provide supplemental funding to cover costs associated with college. They are typically provided by banks or other institutions and are not federally funded. More information can be found by searching “alternative student loans” online.
CE Training programs do not qualify for Federal Pell Grants and are not 1098-T form eligible.