The world has changed a lot over the last couple years, but one thing remains the same—a college education is the fastest way to higher wages, lower unemployment, and greater fulfillment. Glendale Community College has made it simpler than ever to succeed at college.
Balancing life, work, and college can be hard. That’s why Glendale offers hundreds of online, in-person, and day and night classes so you can create a class schedule that fits your busy life. If you’re a parent, we have resources just for you!
We know going to college can be a challenge. That’s why Glendale offers a wide selection of FREE student support services like academic and career counseling, student health center, CalWORKs, veteran’s resources, food pantry, student equity, and more!
Fast Track Fridays. Hybrid Classes designed to fit your busy life. Connect in person. Study online.
Evening classes are typically 2-3 hours in length and begin after 5 p.m. and conclude by 10:40 p.m.
Frequently Asked Questions
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If I was accepted before, do I have to apply again?
If you applied to Glendale Community College and were accepted within the last 6 months, you don’t have to apply again. Simply follow this link to our Welcome Center where our friendly student ambassadors can help you retrieve your student ID and answer other questions. If it has been more than 6 months since you’ve applied, you’ll need to re-apply here.
Can I go to college for free?
Yes! First-year, full-time students can qualify for free tuition through Glendale's Promise Plus Program. If that's not you, we have plenty of financial aid options so you can get your degree without the debt!
Are noncredit courses really FREE?
Yes! All noncredit courses are absolutely free. Click here to fid the program that is right for you.
GCC has options!
Glendale Community College offers multiple options to meet your individual needs including in-person, online, and hybrid classes. Register now to find success in 2-years or less.