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Update: Thursday, Aug. 27, 12 p.m. – Galveston College to Resume  On-campus  Services Friday, Aug. 28

Galveston College will resume on-campus and online services and operations on Friday, Aug. 28, at 8 a.m.

Registration is set for Friday, Aug. 28, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 29, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Classes will begin Monday, Aug. 31.

Late registration will be Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 31-Sept. 1. Late fees will be waived.

Student housing move-in is slated to begin Friday, Aug. 28, by appointment only. Resident students should contact Jose Martinez at jmartinez@gc.edu to schedule an appointment.


Update: Tuesday, Aug. 25, 9 a.m.
– Galveston College Suspends Operations Due to Forecast of Storm

Galveston College will suspend all on-campus and remote operations, effective Tuesday, Aug. 25, to allow all students, faculty and staff who reside on the island to evacuate safely. College operations will be reinstated when it is safe to do so.

 The City of Galveston has issued a mandatory evacuation instructing all Galveston residents to begin leaving the island for safety after overnight models shifted the landfall of Hurricane Laura westward. City services will be suspended today at 12 p.m. People should be getting their plans together this morning for an evacuation. It is urgent that residents heed this mandatory evacuation and leave with all family members and pets.

 Following the forecasted storm, Galveston College will announce additional information for the continuation of fall 2020 registration, student housing move-in and the beginning of classes.

 As conditions are updated, information regarding the storm and campus operations will continue to be communicated via Galveston College email and Whitecaps email, the college’s website, gc.edu, Galveston College social media and the local news media.

Update: Monday, Aug. 24, 5 p.m. – Galveston College Operations Go Remote Tuesday, Aug. 25, Will Reopen When Safe

Galveston College officials continue to monitor Tropical Storms Laura and Marco as they develop in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean.

 Out of an abundance of caution for students, faculty and staff, all academic and campus operations will take place remotely beginning Tuesday, Aug. 25. On-campus classes and operations will resume once it is determined safe to do so.

Students, faculty and staff should be prepared to evacuate should conditions warrant.

Students can register for fall 2020 classes online via their Whitecaps portal or by contacting the Counseling and Advising Center at advising@gc.edu or (409) 944-4242.

As conditions are updated, information regarding the storm and campus operations will continue to be communicated via Galveston College email and Whitecaps email, the college’s website, gc.edu, Galveston College social media and the local news media.

 

Update: Monday, Aug. 24, 9 a.m. – Galveston College Operations Go Remote Tuesday, Aug. 25, Will Reopen When Safe

Galveston College officials continue to closely monitor Tropical Storm Laura and Hurricane Marco as they continue to develop in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. Although Hurricane Marco does not appear to be much of threat to Galveston at this time, Tropical Storm Laura is expected to strengthen to a hurricane and could impact the Texas Coast.

Therefore, today (Monday, Aug. 24) campus operations will continue as normal. And, out of an abundance of caution for our students, faculty and staff, all academic and campus operations will take place remotely beginning Tuesday, Aug. 25. On-campus operations will resume once it is determined safe to do so.

Students, faculty and staff should be prepared to evacuate should conditions warrant. As forecasted conditions are updated, information regarding the storm and campus operations will continue to be communicated via Galveston College email and Whitecaps email, the college’s website, Galveston College social media and the local news media.

Update: Monday, Aug. 24, 8 a.m.

The safety, protection and well-being of Galveston College students, faculty, staff and the community are of the utmost importance as we prepare for severe weather and other emergencies.

Preparedness Tips:

Stock your home with supplies that may be needed during a severe weather emergency. At a minimum, these supplies should include:

  • Several clean containers for water, large enough for a 3-5 day supply of water (about five gallons for each person)
  • A 3-5 day supply of non-perishable food
  • A first-aid kit and manual
  • A battery-powered radio, flashlights and extra batteries
  • Sleeping bags or extra blankets (at least 1 per person)
  • Water-purifying supplies, such as chlorine or iodine tablets or unscented, ordinary household chlorine bleach
  • Prescription medicines and special medical needs
  • Non-prescription medicines, such as pain relievers, anti-diarrhea medication, antacids or laxatives
  • Baby food and/or prepared formula, diapers and other baby supplies
  • Disposable cleaning cloths, such as “baby wipes,” for the whole family to use in case bathing facilities are not available
  • Personal hygiene supplies, such as body soap, toothpaste, etc.
  • Cloth face coverings (for everyone ages 2 and above), soap, hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes to disinfect surfaces
  • Prescription eyeglasses and contact lens solution
  • Infant formula, bottles, diapers, wipes and diaper rash cream
  • Pet food and extra water for your pet
  • Cash or traveler’s checks
  • Important family documents such as copies of insurance policies, identification and bank account records saved electronically or in a waterproof, portable container
  • Complete change of clothing appropriate for your climate and sturdy shoes
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Matches in a waterproof container
  • Feminine supplies and personal hygiene items
  • Mess kits, paper cups, plates, paper towels and plastic utensils
  • Paper and pencil
  • Books, games, puzzles or other activities for children
  • An emergency kit for your car with food, flares, booster cables, maps, tools, a first-aid kit, fire extinguisher, sleeping bags, etc.

 

The following sites are also important to severe weather preparedness:

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/prepare/ready.php

https://www.weather.gov/media/mob/pdf/GulfCoastHurricanePrep.pdf

https://www.weather.gov/media/crp/Hurricane_Guide_Final_English.pdf

https://www.galvestontx.gov/491/Hurricane-Preparedness

https://gcoem.org/x-hurricanes/

https://gov.texas.gov/hurricane

https://www.txdot.gov/inside-txdot/division/traffic/safety/weather/hurricane.html

https://www.wunderground.com/hurricane

https://www.ready.gov/hurricanes

https://www.redcross.org/get-help/how-to-prepare-for-emergencies/mobile-apps.html

https://namigulfcoast.org/hurricane-preparedness/

 

 Update: Sunday, Aug. 23, 9 p.m.

The Galveston College administration continues to monitor Tropical Storms Laura and Marco. Tropical Storm Laura’s projected path brings the system somewhere in between Houston and Southeastern Louisiana Wednesday night into Thursday morning. Houston is currently on the far left side of the cone of uncertainty. The center of the cone is right along the Texas/Louisiana state line.

Communication Information:

Communication plays a key role during any severe weather emergency. College information will be communicated through the Blackboard Connect emergency alert system, the college website and social media.

To enhance communication efforts, please review the following checklist:

  • To ensure notification through Blackboard Connect, please make sure your cell phone, home phone and email addresses are up-to-date in your Whitecaps portal at gc.edu.

  • You will receive emergency information as a text message, as a telephone call/voicemail, and/or as an email message.

  • Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to check the website and the Galveston College Facebook page and to follow the college’s Twitter feed and/or Instagram for periodic college updates during severe weather situations.

  • The college’s emergency phone line (866) 483-4242 will be updated to reflect any updates pertaining to campus closures for severe weather incidents.

  • If evacuation becomes necessary, students, faculty and staff who evacuate will find important updates through local television, radio, newspapers and social media platforms.

 Update: Friday, Aug. 21, 3:30 p.m.

The National Hurricane Center is forecasting for two tropical depressions to possibly reach hurricane strength, with both sharing the Gulf of Mexico at the same time. If the forecast holds true, it would be the third time in recorded history there are two named tropical storms in the Gulf of Mexico concurrently.

Tropical Depression 14, which will become Tropical Storm Marcos if it develops as forecasters expect, will likely arrive first. It is predicted to become a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico, but the National Hurricane Center says it could weaken a bit before hitting the Texas coastline, possibly by Tuesday morning.

Please remain alert and check your Whitecaps email, the Galveston College website, social media and regional media for updates from the college and the community.

Thank you and stay safe, Whitecaps!

#BeStormReady

#GalvestonCollegeBeStormReady

#WhitecapsBeStormReady #TropicalStormLaura

#TropicalStormMarco

 

The Beacon of Galveston College

Galveston College fall 2020 registration is Aug. 24-29

General registration for the fall 2020 semester at Galveston College will be from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, Aug. 24-27, on the first floor of Moody Hall on the Galveston College campus, 4015 Avenue Q, Galveston, Texas.

Late registration is set for 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 28, and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29. Classes begin Monday, Aug. 31.

Students have five course-delivery options that fit their preferred learning style and comfort level:

• face-to-face instruction,
• hybrid synchronous (a combination of face-to-face and Zoom meetings),
• hybrid asynchronous (a combination of face-to-face and traditional online instruction),
• online synchronous via Zoom,
• traditional online asynchronous instruction, or
• a combination of the options.

Not all classes are offered in all five course-delivery methods.

Students can review lists of classes for each learning option at the “Your College, Your Way” site on the Galveston College website at https://gc.edu/yourcollegeyourway.

The fall course schedule includes classes in accounting, art, biology, business administration, chemistry, communication, computed tomography, cosmetology, computer and network administration, computer science, criminal justice, culinary arts, developmental studies, diagnostic medical sonography, drama, economics, education, electrical and electronics technology, emergency medical services, engineering, English, environmental science, government, health information and healthcare management.

Also, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), history, humanities, instrumentation technology, kinesiology/physical education, law enforcement, learning framework, magnetic resonance imaging, mathematics, medical administration, music, nuclear medicine, nursing, philosophy, physics, psychology, radiation therapy, radiography, sociology, Spanish, speech, surgical technology, vocational nursing and welding technology.

New students can apply for admission at applytexas.org.

In order to plan coursework for the fall semester, new and current students should contact the Counseling and Advising Center at advising@gc.edu.

All campus areas/offices have reopened to provide in-person services.

All individuals entering campus buildings are expected to use a facial mask or face covering. In addition, those entering campus buildings will be screened for signs of COVID-19 and temperature.

Once inside campus facilities, faculty, staff, students and visitors are expected to maintain an appropriate social distance, as well as to continue to use facial masks or face coverings in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, city of Galveston and state of Texas guidelines.

New and current students can also register on their Whitecaps portal at whitecaps.gc.edu with their student ID number. A student ID number is assigned at the time of admission.

For more information on admission to the college, contact the Galveston College Office of Admissions at (409) 944-1230 or admissions@gc.edu. Contact the Counseling and Advising Center at advising@gc.edu with any questions concerning registration.

For a copy of Galveston College’s Making It Real for Fall 2020: A Framework for Fall Classes and Campus Operations,” visit gc.edu/coronavirus.

Laptop Loan Program

Laptop loaner program at Galveston College

Galveston College Computer Requirement Information

Beginning with the fall semester of 2020, all students will be required to have a computer for their classes.

Computer Specifications (Recommended minimum computer specifications)

Beginning in the fall of 2020, a computer is required for every class at Galveston College. *** Recommended minimum student computer specifications*: A laptop or notebook (mobile workstation) with the following minimum specifications*:

Screen Size: 13” to 15”

Display Resolution: 1920 by 1080

Memory: 4 GB to 8GB

Processor: Intel Core i3 – equivalent or better

Hard Drive/Storage: 256GB SSD

Keyboard: Standard Integrated Keyboard

WIFI: WIFI enabled

Other: Integrated webcam, microphone, and speakers**

 

 

Examples: Minimum examples include, but are not limited to:

  • Dell Inspiron 14-3000
  • Dell Inspiron 15-3000
  • Dell Inspiron 5000
  • Dell Latitude 3500
  • HP Notebook 15
  • HP 250 G7
  • Equivalent or better computers are acceptable

 

*Students enrolling in high technology or engineering programs of study should check with their instructor for additional and/or other computer requirements.

**Instead of using your computer’s microphone and speakers when participating in an online discussion in public places (such as the College library), headphones (or earbuds) with an integrated microphone are recommended.

***Financial aid recipients may purchase with financial aid funding to cover this purchase, while other students may have access to the Galveston College Emergency Scholarship or the Laptop Loan Program. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for additional information.

Laptop Loan Program

Beginning in the fall of 2020, a computer is required for every class at Galveston College. This program was established to assist students who need off-campus computing resources during this rapid shift to online instruction. This program attempts to close the gap between those students with financial need for computing resources who do not have the financial assistance.

 

Galveston College’s Financial Aid Office in collaboration with the Information Technology (IT) Office provides the Laptop Loan Program to students. The Laptop Loan Program allows qualified students to borrow laptop computers from the IT department for use during a long (fall or spring) semester, saving students hundreds of dollars in college costs.

 

Students who do not have access to the following computer equipment, which is required to run Zoom (for web conferencing) and Canvas, may benefit from borrowing a laptop:

·        Windows or Mac OS X operating systems (Google Chromebooks, iPads, iPhones, and Android tablets and phones do not support Canvas)

·        A webcam

·        A microphone

 

Applications to apply for the Galveston College Laptop Loan Program can be completed online HERE.

2020-2021 Laptop Loan Program Application

Guidelines

In order to be considered, students must meet the following criteria:

· Complete FAFSA and be denied any federal funding, except students classified as Foreign Nationals

· Must be enrolled in an eligible program. Non eligible programs include, but are not limited to

– Non Degree Seeking, Transient, Leisure, Dual Credit, Early Admission, “Pre” programs and all Continuing Education programs

· Must be enrolled in a minimum of (3) credit hours for the Fall 2020 semester

· Your enrollment for the Fall 2020 semester must be paid in full, or have satisfactory payment arrangements with the Business Office

· Have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher

· Have no academic holds

· Have no financial holds

If a laptop and/or accessories are damaged, lost, stolen, or not returned while checked out by the student, the cost of repairing or replacing this laptop, and/or accessories be assessed a dollar amount of no less than $20 and no more than $600 depending on the degree of damage.

Charges that are accrued as a result of violations of these policies will result with a hold put on the Galveston College student account and will prevent the student from register for a future term, receive an official transcript, or receive a diploma until paid in full.

Abuse of laptop loan privileges may also result in disciplinary action and the inability to borrow laptop computers in the future.

Failure to return the laptop within the semester deadline date or at the time of complete withdrawal, or at the time the student stops attending courses, will be considered failure to return Galveston College property and appropriate action will be taken.

No form of illegal or illicit activities are allowed with the laptop. (i.e., hacking, pirating, viewing or downloading illegal or illicit content, etc.).

If any illegal activities occur with this laptop, the student may be subject to disciplinary rules and regulations of Galveston College, as well as referral to criminal authorities.

If a student withdraws completely from Galveston College or stops attending all of their courses, the laptop will need to be turned in immediately.

Galveston College provides computer resources for the purpose of accomplishing tasks related to the mission of the college. Authorized users are allowed to use the college’s computer resources for school related and incidental purposes, subject to the College’s Computer Use policy and other applicable college policies, and state and federal law. For additional information concerning the College’s computer usage policy and/or procedures, please consult the Galveston College Catalog and/or Student Handbook.

Procedures

Laptop computers are limited in quantity and are borrowed on a first come, first serve basis to eligible students.

Applications take 3-5 business day to review. Once approved or denied, the student will be notified via Whitecaps email.

Approvals with instructions on checkout and pickup will be sent via Whitecaps email beginning the week of August 17th.

Laptop pickups will begin the week of August 24th by appointment only. The link to setup the appointment will be provided in the approval email.

Financial Aid Recipients

Financial Aid recipients (Pell, Loans, Scholarships, state grants, etc.) must use their offered funds first to purchase a computer/laptop or other required electronic equipment and software. If the total of the offered funds falls below the total cost of the tuition, fees and required books/software purchases, then they have the option to apply for the Galveston College Emergency Scholarship or the Laptop Loan Program. Contact the Financial Aid Office at 409-944-1235 or finaid@gc.edu to check your funds availability.

Other Resources

Microsoft Office 365

 

Galveston College provides free Microsoft Office 365 to students while they are actively and currently enrolled in courses of one credit or more. The service includes Office 2016 software downloads on up to 5 devices and 1 TB of OneDrive storage space. Students can activate their account at Microsoft Office 365.

 

Please refer to the Whitecaps Email and Microsoft Office 365 instructions for a guide to activate the account. Other helpful video training can be found at Microsoft 365 Basics Video Trainings.

 

Canvas All students should be logging into Canvas daily to check your assignments, grades, and communication from your instructors. If you are having trouble accessing Canvas or features within Canvas, please reach out to the Distance Education department at DistanceEd@gc.edu and they will assist you further. If you do decide to email the Distance Education department, please make sure to include:

 

· Your name

 

· Phone number

 

· Galveston College ID number

 

· Description of the issue you are having in Canvas

 

Make sure that you are checking your Whitecaps email regularly. Vital communication from the College will be sent to your Whitecaps email, including any replies to questions sent to DistanceEd@gc.edu.

 

Make sure that you have gone through the Canvas New Student Orientation if you have not done so already. The orientation is a quick and easy way to get familiar with the functions of Canvas. You can then find the New Student Orientation in the form of a link at the top of your Canvas Dashboard.

 

User ID and Password Information for Canvas:

 

Your Galveston College student ID is GC followed by your student ID, and your initial password is the same password you used to log into the Whitecaps portal.

 

Username – As provided to you by Admissions (EX. GC0123456)

 

Password – Login assistance is available through the GC IT Service Desk, 409-944-1352, Regents Building, R-120.

 

Whitecaps Email

 

Galveston College students should check their Whitecaps email several times daily. The College will make official announcements via Whitecaps email first. Students must use their Whitecaps email address to contact Galveston College advisers and staff. For guidance logging in use the Whitecaps Email and Microsoft Office 365 instructions. For help with email, contact helpdesk@gc.edu or visit https://gc.edu/access-your-student-email/.

 

Internet Access

 

Reduced Cost or Free Internet Access

As colleges across the country move classes and services online, access to reliable internet service is critical. Below is a list of several companies providing free or low-cost internet access during the current emergency. This is list is for informational purposes only. Galveston College does not have any affiliation or contract with any of the services listed below. For questions about the services listed below, contact the company directly.

ProviderBrief Description
SpectrumSpectrum Internet® Assist – Get high-speed internet at an affordable price. Spectrum Internet Assist is available exclusively to qualified households. FEATURES – Spectrum makes it simple for qualified households to sign up for low income Internet assistance. Free Internet modem; High-speed Internet at 30 Mbps; No data caps; No contracts; Optional in-home WiFi service at $5/mo.
REQUIREMENTS – One or more members of your household must be a recipient of one of the following assistance programs: National School Lunch Program (NSLP); Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of the NSLP; Supplemental Security Income (for applicants age 65+ only); Programs that do not qualify for Spectrum Internet Assist: Social Security Disability (SSD), Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), and Social Security Retirement and Survivor Benefits are different from Supplemental Security Income and do NOT meet eligibility requirements.
Internet Essentials from ComcastNew Applicants? It’s easy to get affordable high-speed Internet at home with Internet Essentials. New customers will receive two months of free service in response to the Coronavirus emergency. You may qualify if you are eligible for public assistance programs such as the National School Lunch Program, Housing Assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI, and others. Learn how to get connected today!
Xfinity WiFi Xfinity WiFi – With millions of hotspots, you can stay connected at your favorite places. Enjoy Xfinity WiFi at no additional cost – it’s included with your Xfinity Internet service; Save on your wireless data plan; Get access to new security features at select hotspots across the country
CoxCox is offering reduced fees and eliminating data usage overages (link is external) to help low income and those impacted from Coronavirus challenges, like seniors and college students. Cox customers also have free access to Cox WiFi hotspots.
AT&TAT&T is providing free access to its WiFi hotspots throughout the country. They are offering unlimited internet data and internet access for limited income households for $10 a month through the Access from AT&T program.

 

 

Library and Learning Resources

Galveston College David Glenn Hunt Memorial Library services are accessible online. Students, faculty and staff can access academic eBooks to support curriculum, reference eBooks, leisure eBooks, article databases, eJournals, eMagazines, research guides, video tutorials and eCourse reserves. The library also has a live chat service available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Students can schedule individual online reference appointments, as well. All virtual services are accessible in one place for students, faculty and staff.

The Distance Education Library Resources Online Guide is designed to help students at a distance or taking online courses locate and use Galveston College library’s online resources and research tools. Students can access the guide at Distance Education Library Resources. For assistance, contact gclibrary@gc.edu or view the library’s FAQ page https://gc.libanswers.com/.

Contacts

Laptop Loan Program Application Process, Eligibility and Information · Email – laptoploan@gc.edu

Laptop Technical Support · Email – helpdesk@gc.edu

Emergency Scholarship · Email – finaid@gc.edu

Financial Aid Recipients · Email – finaid@gc.edu

CARES Act Emergency Funds · Email – cares@gc.edu

Question and Answers - Laptop Loan Program

1. Who is eligible to borrow a laptop?

To be eligible, you must be a student enrolled at Galveston College with a minimum of three (3) credit hours toward your eligible program during the Fall 2020 semester. All eligibility criteria must be meet before approval for the Laptop Loan Program.

2. Do you need an instructor or advisor referral?

No, you can apply directly. Click on the link above once it is made available. Be sure to provide all information requested and that you meet all eligibility requirements.

3. Can I keep the Laptop for Spring 2021?

Yes, if you were approved and borrowed a laptop through the Laptop Loan Program for the Fall 2020 you can reapply for Spring 2021. More details will be posted for renewing your Laptop for Spring 2021 in October 2020.

4. If I borrow a laptop, when is due back?

Your borrowed laptop will be due back to the IT Service Desk beginning December 7th and no later than December 18th. You can turn in the laptop at any point in the semester before December 18th. If at any point you withdraw completely from Galveston College or you stop attending your courses, the borrowed laptop will be due back immediately.

 

5. I heard some colleges are giving away laptops. Is this laptop mine to keep?

No, this is a loan of college equipment. When you pick up the device you’ll sign a form stating you accept the valuation of the computer as we’ve assessed it, and that you will return the device on or

before the due date, in the same condition, or a hold will be placed on your account for the assessed value. We need these devices back to continue supporting students.

6. Does it cost anything to borrow the laptop through the Laptop Loan Program?

Checking out a laptop is a free service for Galveston College students registered for Fall 2020 classes. It will be handled like borrowed equipment from Galveston College, and students will receive notices for due dates, extensions and other information to their Whitecaps email. The only costs that would be incurred is if the device is lost, stolen, damaged or otherwise not returned in its original state.

7. How long can I use the borrowed laptop?

You can use the mobile device for the current semester and with the option to renew your application for the Spring 2021. More details will be posted for renewing your Laptop for Spring 2021 in October 2020.

8. Who do I call if I need technical support?

Please contact the Galveston College IT Service Desk (R-120) during normal operating hours for hardware related issues with your loaner laptop. Limited support is available for troubleshooting applications necessary for classwork, labs, and examinations. Please check with your instructor first for information for your class.

If it is determined that the laptop’s hardware is in need of repair and it is not the fault of the user due to accident, misuse, or otherwise, the student must arrange a time with the IT Service Desk to bring it in for repair, either onsite or through the manufacturer. You can contact them at helpdesk@gc.edu or 409-944-1352.

9. What if I need internet access?

At this time there is no hardware resources provided by Galveston College to provide internet access to students in need. Please check the Other Resources tab for community information on internet access.

Galveston College Hours

Monday & Tuesday
8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Wednesday - Friday
 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Marching Order

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Congratulations on reaching this milestone in your academic career.

We celebrate your accomplishments and want to ensure that you and your family have a great graduation experience. To help make that possible we have added a few enhancements to this year’s ceremonies with a company called “Marching Order.”

Keep an eye out for an email from Andrea Wiste at awiste@gc.edu via marchingorder.com inviting you to register. You can also access the login page via the following URL: https://gc.marchingorder.com/

*Chrome or Firefox are the recommended browsers to avoid issues with connecting to the site.

Click to RSVP by August 5, 2020

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  • You can RSVP for graduation commencement ceremony
  • A professional reader will announce your name at the ceremony.
  • You can upload photos and a message on a slider that your family and friends will see at commencement.
  • You also have the option to record your name to ensure it is pronounced correctly on your big day.

What You Need to Do

Candidates eligible to graduate must RSVP for the ceremony via Marching Order. 

Important Deadlines:

  • Pre-record your name before July 31, 2020  
  • Submit your photos and messages before August 5, 2020
  • Marching Order registration portal closes on August 5, 2020

This can all be completed when you RSVP online –  gc.edu/marchingorder

Your College. Your Way.

Online. On campus. Or both.

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Courses which are taught strictly in a face-to-face format on the campus.

Hybrid - Asynchronus

Courses which combine face-to-face lectures on campus with other assignments to be completed online.

Hybrid - Synchronus

Courses with Zoom virtual lectures scheduled at a specified time, combined with additional assignments or lab work to be completed on-campus.

Internet - Asynchronus

Courses taught online without specified meeting times for lecture.

Internet - Synchronus

Courses taught online with scheduled lecture times each week via Zoom or another format.

Your College. Your Way.

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Is traditional on-campus instruction right for you? Enroll in F2F classes with small class sizes that allow for interaction with instructors and students, as well as appropriate social distancing.

* All F2F classes will be prepared to move online completely in the event that health and safety concerns make it necessary.

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8:00 AM

5:00 PM

MTWRF

N-307

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/20.

CJLE

1506

1000

Lab

Basic Peace Officer I

ARR

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/20.

CJLE

1506

1200

Lecture

Basic Peace Officer I

6:30 PM

10:30 PM

MTRF

N-307

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 8/3/20 - 12/17/20.

CJLE

1506

1200

Lab

Basic Peace Officer I

ARR

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 8/3/20 - 12/17/20.

CJLE

1512

1000

Lecture

Basic Peace Officer II

8:00 AM

5:00 PM

MTWRF

N-307

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/20.

CJLE

1512

1000

Lab

Basic Peace Officer II

ARR

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/20.

CJLE

1512

1200

Lecture

Basic Peace Officer II

6:30 PM

10:30 PM

MTWR

N-307

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 8/3/20 - 12/11/20.

CJLE

1512

1200

Lab

Basic Peace Officer II

ARR

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 8/3/20 - 12/11/20.

CJLE

1518

1000

Lecture

Basic Peace Officer III

8:00 AM

5:00 PM

MTWRF

N-307

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/20.

CJLE

1518

1000

Lab

Basic Peace Officer III

ARR

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/20.

CJLE

1524

1000

Lecture

Basic Peace Officer IV

8:00 AM

5:00 PM

MTWRF

N-307

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/2020. .

CJLE

1524

1000

Lab

Basic Peace Officer IV

ARR

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/2020. .

CRIJ

1301

1000

Lecture

Intro to Criminal Justice

11:00 AM

12:20 PM

MW

N-337

CRIJ

1310

1000

Lecture

Fundamentals of Criminal Law

12:45 PM

2:05 AM

TR

N-337

CTMT

2460

4500

Clinical

Clinical I

ARR

Mary Koebele

Students taking CTMT 2460-2461 must have approval from Program Director prior to start of the semester.

CTMT

2461

4500

Clinical

Clinical II

ARR

Mary Koebele

Students taking CTMT 2460/2461 must have approval from Program Director prior to start of the semester.

DMSO

1367

4500

Practicum

Practicum III

TWR

ARR

Jaime F. Retiz

EMSP

1160

4500

Clinical

Clinical - EMT Basic

ARR

Brian D. Ayres

EMSP

1501

1100

Lecture

EMT - Basic

9:30 AM

10:50 AM

MW

N-245

Brian D. Ayres

EMSP

1501

1100

Lab

EMT - Basic

11:00 AM

1:50 PM

MW

N-222

Brian D. Ayres

EMSP

1501

4005

Lecture

EMT - Basic

2:10 PM

3:45 PM

MTWR

FA-213

Brian D. Ayres

Dual Credit - Ball High

EMSP

1501

4005

Lab

EMT - Basic

2:10 PM

3:45 PM

MTWR

N-222

Brian D. Ayres

Dual Credit - Ball High

EMSP

2137

1100

Lab

Emergency Procedures

9:30 AM

3:20 PM

TR

N-222

Brian D. Ayres

EMSP

2260

4510

Clinical

Clinical I-EMT Paramedic

ARR

Brian D. Ayres

EMSP

2306

1100

Lecture

Emergency Pharmacology

9:30 AM

3:20 PM

TR

N-245

Brian D. Ayres

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is bayres@gc.edu

EMSP

2306

1100

Lab

Emergency Pharmacology

9:30 AM

3:20 PM

TR

N-245

Brian D. Ayres

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is bayres@gc.edu

EMSP

2434

1100

Lecture

Medical Emergencies

9:30 AM

3:20 PM

TR

N-245

Brian D. Ayres

EMSP

2434

1100

Lab

Medical Emergencies

9:30 AM

3:20 PM

TR

N-222

Brian D. Ayres

EMSP

2444

1100

Lecture

Cardiology

9:30 AM

3:20 PM

TR

N-245

Brian D. Ayres

EMSP

2444

1100

Lab

Cardiology

9:30 AM

3:20 PM

TR

N-222

Brian D. Ayres

ENGL

1301

1010

Lecture

Composition I

9:35 AM

10:55 AM

TR

FA-209

Janene Davison

Please bring a laptop to each lecture.

ENGL

1301

1025

Lecture

Composition I

12:45 PM

2:05 PM

MW

FA-209

Shane Wallace

Please bring a laptop to each lecture.

ENGL

1301

1035

Lecture

Composition I

11:10 AM

12:30 PM

MW

FA-209

Michael P. Berberich

Please bring a laptop to each lecture.

ENGL

1301

1050

Lecture

Composition I

8:00 AM

9:20 AM

TR

FA-209

Matthew W. Walker

Please bring a laptop to each lecture.

ENGL

1301

1055

Lecture

Composition I

12:45 PM

2:05 PM

TR

FA-209

Janene Davison

Please bring a laptop to each lecture.

ENGL

1301

1060

Lecture

Composition I

2:20 PM

3:40 PM

MW

FA-209

Michael P. Berberich

Please bring a laptop to each lecture.

ENGL

1301

1210

Lecture

Composition I

7:00 PM

9:50 PM

M

FA-209

Michael P. Berberich

Please bring a laptop to each lecture.

ENGL

1301

1400

Lecture

Composition I

8:00 AM

9:20 AM

MW

FA-209

Matthew W. Walker

Students must also enroll in INRW 0311-1400. Please bring a laptop to each lecture.

ENGL

1301

1405

Lecture

Composition I

11:10 AM

12:20 PM

TR

FA-209

Matthew W. Walker

Students must enroll in INRW 0311-1405. Please bring a laptop to each lecture.

ENGL

1301

1415

Lecture

Composition I

9:35 AM

10:55 AM

MW

FA-209

Matthew W. Walker

Students must enroll in INRW 0311-1415. Please bring a laptop to each lecture.

ENGR

1201

1200

Lecture

Introduction to Engineering

9:00 AM

10:50 AM

M

N-311

Tatyana Ivanova

ENGR

1201

1200

Lab

Introduction to Engineering

9:00 AM

10:50 AM

W

N-311

Tatyana Ivanova

ENGR

2301

1000

Lecture

Engineering Mechanics-Statics

11:00 AM

12:20 PM

MW

N-311

Tatyana Ivanova

ENGR

2301

1000

Lab

Engineering Mechanics-Statics

ARR

Tatyana Ivanova

GOVT

2305

1000

Lecture

Federal Government

2:20 PM

3:40 PM

MW

FA-207

Regina Durante

GOVT

2305

1010

Lecture

Federal Government

9:35 AM

10:55 AM

MW

FA-207

Regina Durante

GOVT

2305

1015

Lecture

Federal Government

12:45 PM

2:05 PM

TR

FA-207

James M. Gaddy

GOVT

2306

1020

Lecture

Texas Government

8:00 AM

9:20 AM

TR

FA-207

Regina Durante

GOVT

2306

1025

Lecture

Texas Government

11:10 AM

12:30 PM

TR

FA-207

Regina Durante

GOVT

2306

2700

Lecture

Texas Government

2:20 PM

4:40 PM

T

FA-207

James M. Gaddy

Class meets 10/12/20 - 12/17/20.

HIST

1301

1005

Lecture

United States History I

9:35 AM

10:55 AM

TR

FA-207

Larry W. Blomstedt

HIST

1301

1010

Lecture

United States History I

12:45 PM

2:05 PM

MW

FA-207

Larry W. Blomstedt

HIST

1301

1100

Lecture

United States History I

2:20 PM

3:40 PM

R

FA-207

Larry W. Blomstedt

HIST

1301

1300

Lecture

United States History I

5:30 PM

6:50 PM

T

FA-207

Margaret Oberlechner

HIST

1302

1215

Lecture

United States History II

8:00 AM

9:20 AM

MW

FA-207

Larry W. Blomstedt

HIST

1302

1305

Lecture

United States History II

7:00 PM

8:20 PM

T

FA-207

Margaret Oberlechner

HITT

1380

4600

Lecture

Hlth Info/Med Records Coop Edu

ARR

Donna J. Swartz

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is dswartz@gc.edu

HITT

1380

4600

Cooperative Education

Hlth Info/Med Records Coop Edu

ARR

Donna J. Swartz

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is dswartz@gc.edu

HITT

1391

4600

Lecture

Special Topic Health Info Tech

ARR

Donna J. Swartz

INRW

0302

1000

Lecture

Integrated Reading/Writing II

ARR

Erma M. Phillips

INRW

0302

1000

Lab

Integrated Reading/Writing II

ARR

Erma M. Phillips

INRW

0311

1400

Lecture

Advanced Integrated Read/Write

ARR

Erma M. Phillips

Students must enroll in ENGL 1301-1400

INRW

0311

1400

Lab

Advanced Integrated Read/Write

ARR

Erma M. Phillips

Students must enroll in ENGL 1301-1400

INRW

0311

1405

Lecture

Advanced Integrated Read/Write

ARR

Erma M. Phillips

Students must enroll in ENGL 1301-1405

INRW

0311

1405

Lab

Advanced Integrated Read/Write

ARR

Erma M. Phillips

Students must enroll in ENGL 1301-1405

INRW

0311

1410

Lecture

Advanced Integrated Read/Write

ARR

Erma M. Phillips

Students must enroll in ENGL 1301-1410

INRW

0311

1410

Lab

Advanced Integrated Read/Write

ARR

Erma M. Phillips

Students must enroll in ENGL 1301-1410

INRW

0311

1415

Lecture

Advanced Integrated Read/Write

ARR

Erma M. Phillips

Students must enroll in ENGL 1301-1415

INRW

0311

1415

Lab

Advanced Integrated Read/Write

ARR

Erma M. Phillips

Students must enroll in ENGL 1301-1415

INTC

1307

2200

Lecture

Instrumentation Test Equipment

5:30 PM

9:50 PM

MTWRF

AT-205

INTC

1307

2200

Lab

Instrumentation Test Equipment

ARR

INTC

1312

2200

Lecture

Instrumentation and Safety

5:30 PM

9:50 PM

MTWRF

AT-205

INTC

1312

2200

Lab

Instrumentation and Safety

ARR

INTC

1325

2200

Lecture

Instrument Hardware Install

5:30 PM

9:50 PM

MTWRF

AT-205

INTC

1325

2200

Lab

Instrument Hardware Install

AT-205

ITCC

1414

1010

Lecture

CCNA 1: Intro to Networks

8:30 AM

9:50 AM

MW

N-303

Daryl J. Williams

ITCC

1414

1010

Lab

CCNA 1: Intro to Networks

ARR

Daryl J. Williams

ITCC

1414

4000

Lecture

CCNA 1: Intro to Networks

9:55 AM

11:35 AM

MTWR

R-376

Daryl J. Williams

Dual Credit course

ITCC

1414

4000

Lab

CCNA 1: Intro to Networks

ARR

Daryl J. Williams

Dual Credit course

ITSC

1425

1000

Lecture

Personal Computer Hardware

8:30 AM

9:50 AM

TR

N-303

Daryl J. Williams

ITSC

1425

1000

Lab

Personal Computer Hardware

ARR

Daryl J. Williams

MATH

2413

1200

Lecture

Calculus I

7:00 PM

8:20 PM

MW

N-303

John C. Rimar

MATH

2413

1200

Lab

Calculus I

8:30 PM

9:50 PM

MW

N-303

John C. Rimar

MRIT

2560

4500

Clinical

Clinical I

ARR

Hong K. Mai

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is hmai@gc.edu

MRIT

2562

4505

Clinical

Clinical III

ARR

Hong K. Mai

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is hmai@gc.edu

MUAP

1169

1601

Lecture

First Year Piano

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

MUAP

1169

1601

Lab

First Year Piano

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

MUAP

1169

1660

Lecture

First Year Piano

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

Class meets 10/05/20 - 12/17/20.

MUAP

1169

1660

Lab

First Year Piano

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

Class meets 10/05/20 - 12/17/20.

MUAP

1185

1602

Lecture

Voice

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

MUAP

1185

1602

Lab

Voice

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

MUAP

1199

1650

Lecture

Individual Instruction

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

For additional information concerning private music lessons, contact the instructor at ckates@gc.edu

MUAP

1199

1650

Lab

Individual Instruction

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

For additional information concerning private music lessons, contact the instructor at ckates@gc.edu

MUAP

1269

1601

Lecture

Piano

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

MUAP

1269

1601

Lab

Piano

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

MUAP

1285

1602

Lecture

Voice

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

MUAP

1285

1602

Lab

Voice

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

MUAP

1299

1655

Lecture

Individual Instruction

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

For additional information concerning private music lessons, contact the instructor at ckates@gc.edu

MUAP

1299

1655

Lab

Individual Instruction

ARR

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

For additional information concerning private music lessons, contact the instructor at ckates@gc.edu

NMTT

2466

4500

Practicum

Practicum II Nuclear Med Tech

ARR

Courtney K. Cross

PHED

1117

1000

Lecture

Fitness Train: Law Enforce I

4:00 PM

5:00 PM

MTWRF

FA-212

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/20.

PHED

1117

1000

Lab

Fitness Train: Law Enforce I

ARR

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/20.

PHED

1117

1200

Lecture

Fitness Train: Law Enforce I

6:30 PM

10:30 PM

F

H-100

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 8/3/20 - 12/17/20.

PHED

1117

1200

Lab

Fitness Train: Law Enforce I

ARR

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 8/3/20 - 12/17/20.

PHED

1118

1000

Lecture

Fitness Train: Law Enforce II

4:00 PM

5:00 PM

MTWRF

FA-212

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/20.

PHED

1118

1000

Lab

Fitness Train: Law Enforce II

ARR

Barton L. Stephenson

Class meets 7/27/20 - 12/11/20.

PHED

1144

1026

Lecture

Strength and Conditioning

12:45 PM

2:05 PM

MW

H-106

Conrad M. Breitbach

Class is also offered as Continuing Education.

PHED

1144

1026

Lab

Strength and Conditioning

ARR

Conrad M. Breitbach

Class is also offered as Continuing Education.

PHED

1148

1000

Lecture

Weight Training I

12:45 PM

2:05 PM

TR

H-106

Conrad M. Breitbach

Class is also offered as Continuing Education.

PHED

1148

1000

Lab

Weight Training I

ARR

Conrad M. Breitbach

Class is also offered as Continuing Education.

PHED

1149

1000

Lecture

Weight Training II

12:45 PM

2:05 PM

TR

H-106

Conrad M. Breitbach

Class is also offered as Continuing Education.

PHED

1149

1000

Lab

Weight Training II

ARR

Conrad M. Breitbach

Class is also offered as Continuing Education.

PSTR

1301

4000

Lecture

Fundamentals of Baking

1:30 PM

3:30 PM

MTWRF

FA-210

Dual Credit Course

PSTR

1301

4000

Lab

Fundamentals of Baking

MTWRF

N-116

Dual Credit Course

PSYC

2301

1205

Lecture

General Psychology

5:30 PM

6:50 PM

MW

N-337

David Goomas

RADR

1166

4500

Practicum

Practicum I

ARR

Sandra L. Martinez

RADR

2466

4505

Practicum

Practicum IV

ARR

Sandra L. Martinez

RADT

1191

1000

Lecture

Special Topics: Trends

9:00 AM

9:50 AM

F

N-235

Hubert Callahan

RADT

1467

4500

Practicum

Practicum II (AAS)

ARR

Hubert Callahan

RNSG

1105

1000

Lab

Nursing Skills I

8:00 AM

9:50 AM

R

SW-101

Kathleen Hutchins-Otero

RNSG

1105

1000

Lab

Nursing Skills I

10:05 AM

11:55 AM

R

SW-101

Kathleen Hutchins-Otero

RNSG

1105

1005

Lab

Nursing Skills I

8:00 AM

9:50 AM

R

SW-101

Kathleen Hutchins-Otero

RNSG

1105

1005

Lab

Nursing Skills I

1:00 PM

2:50 PM

R

SW-101

Kathleen Hutchins-Otero

RNSG

1160

4500

Clinical

Clinical (Foundations)

ARR

Vicki Jernigan

RNSG

1160

4501

Clinical

Clinical (Foundations)

ARR

Kathleen Hutchins-Otero

RNSG

1160

4502

Clinical

Clinical (Foundations)

ARR

Vicki Jernigan

RNSG

1160

4503

Clinical

Clinical (Foundations)

ARR

Jeffery Eubank

RNSG

1160

4504

Clinical

Clinical (Foundations)

ARR

Jeffery Eubank

RNSG

1160

4505

Clinical

Clinical (Foundations)

ARR

Kathleen Hutchins-Otero

RNSG

1162

4500

Clinical

Clinical (Pediatrics)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

M

ARR

Shelia L. Fields

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

1162

4501

Clinical

Clinical (Pediatrics)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

M

R-255

Shelia L. Fields

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

1162

4502

Clinical

Clinical (Pediatrics)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

T

ARR

Jana N. Benjey

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

1162

4504

Clinical

Clinical (Pediatrics)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

T

R-255

Jana N. Benjey

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

1162

4506

Clinical

Clinical (Pediatrics)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

M

R-255

Shelia L. Fields

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

1162

4507

Clinical

Clinical (Pediatrics)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

M

R-255

Jana N. Benjey

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

1162

4508

Clinical

Clinical (Pediatrics)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

T

ARR

Shelia L. Fields

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

1162

4509

Clinical

Clinical (Pediatrics)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

T

R-255

Jana N. Benjey

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

1163

4500

Clinical

Clinical (Maternal/Newborn)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

M

R-257

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

1163

4501

Clinical

Clinical (Maternal/Newborn)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

M

R-257

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

1163

4502

Clinical

Clinical (Maternal/Newborn)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

T

R-257

Joan E. Moss

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

1163

4503

Clinical

Clinical (Maternal/Newborn)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

M

R-257

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

1163

4504

Clinical

Clinical (Maternal/Newborn)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

M

R-257

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

1163

4505

Clinical

Clinical (Maternal/Newborn)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

T

R-257

Joan E. Moss

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

1163

4506

Clinical

Clinical (Maternal/Newborn)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

T

R-257

Joan E. Moss

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

1163

4507

Clinical

Clinical (Maternal/Newborn)

7:30 AM

5:00 PM

T

R-257

Joan E. Moss

Class meets 8/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

1215

1000

Lecture

Health Assessment

1:00 PM

1:50 PM

R

R-252

Arlinda Washington

Class will meet 9/2, 9/30, 10/28, 11/18, and 12/16.

RNSG

1215

1000

Lab

Health Assessment

2:05 PM

4:05 PM

R

R-252

Arlinda Washington

Class will meet 9/2, 9/30, 10/28, 11/18, and 12/16.

RNSG

1413

1000

Lecture

Foundation of Nursing Practice

8:00 AM

9:50 AM

W

SW-101

Kathleen Hutchins-Otero

RNSG

1413

1000

Lab

Foundation of Nursing Practice

10:05 AM

11:55 AM

W

SW-101

Kathleen Hutchins-Otero

RNSG

2201

1000

Lecture

Care of Children and Families

1:00 PM

4:00 PM

R

R-250

Shelia L. Fields

Class meets 8/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

2201

1000

Lab

Care of Children and Families

1:00 PM

4:00 PM

W

R-250

Shelia L. Fields

Class meets 8/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

2201

1005

Lecture

Care of Children and Families

1:00 PM

4:00 PM

R

R-250

Shelia L. Fields

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

2201

1005

Lab

Care of Children and Families

1:00 PM

4:00 PM

W

R-250

Shelia L. Fields

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

2208

1000

Lecture

Maternal/Newborn Nur Women Hlt

8:30 AM

10:20 AM

R

R-250

Class meets 8/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

2208

1000

Lab

Maternal/Newborn Nur Women Hlt

8:30 AM

12:20 PM

W

R-250

Class meets 8/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

2208

1000

Lab

Maternal/Newborn Nur Women Hlt

10:35 AM

12:25 PM

R

R-250

Class meets 8/31/20 - 10/23/20.

RNSG

2208

1005

Lecture

Maternal/Newborn Nur Women Hlt

8:30 AM

10:20 AM

R

R-250

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

2208

1005

Lab

Maternal/Newborn Nur Women Hlt

8:30 AM

12:20 PM

W

R-250

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

RNSG

2208

1005

Lab

Maternal/Newborn Nur Women Hlt

10:35 AM

12:25 PM

R

R-250

Class meets 10/26/20 - 12/17/20.

SOCI

1301

1010

Lecture

Introductory Sociology

9:35 AM

10:55 AM

TR

N-337

Billie M. Hoskins

SRGT

1461

4500

Clinical

Clinical II

MWF

ARR

Athena Sempe

TECM

1301

2200

Lecture

Industrial Math

5:30 PM

9:50 PM

MTWRF

AT-205

VNSG

1136

1000

Lab

Mental Health

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

MTWR

R-252

Judy Hembd

Class meets 12/07/20 - 12/16/20.

VNSG

1161

4500

Clinical

Clinical (Pediatrics)

ARR

Judy Hembd

Class meets 11/04/20 - 12/02/20.

VNSG

1161

4501

Clinical

Clinical (Pediatrics)

ARR

Class meets 11/04/20 - 12/02/20.

VNSG

1234

1000

Lecture

Pediatrics

9:00 AM

12:10 PM

MT

R-251

Judy Hembd

Class meets 11/02/20 - 12/01/20.

VNSG

1234

1000

Lab

Pediatrics

1:00 PM

2:30 PM

MT

R-251

Judy Hembd

Class meets 11/02/20 - 12/01/20.

VNSG

1262

4500

Clinical

Clinical (Medical-Surgical I)

ARR

Judy Hembd

Class meets 8/21/20 - 10/29/20.

VNSG

1262

4501

Clinical

Clinical (Medical-Surgical I)

ARR

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/29/20.

VNSG

1409

1000

Lecture

Nursing in Health/Illness II

9:00 AM

12:20 PM

MT

R-251

Judy Hembd

Class meets 8/31/20 - 10/27/20.

VNSG

1409

1000

Lab

Nursing in Health/Illness II

ARR

Judy Hembd

Class meets 8/31/20 - 10/27/20.

VNSG

2214

1000

Lecture

Applied Nursing Skills III

1:00 PM

1:50 PM

M

R-257

Arlinda Washington

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/08/20.

VNSG

2214

1000

Lecture

Applied Nursing Skills III

1:00 PM

1:50 PM

M

R-257

Judy Hembd

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/08/20.

VNSG

2214

1000

Lab

Applied Nursing Skills III

2:05 PM

6:05 PM

M

R-257

Arlinda Washington

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/08/20.

VNSG

2214

1000

Lab

Applied Nursing Skills III

2:05 PM

6:05 PM

M

R-257

Judy Hembd

Class meets 08/31/20 - 10/08/20.

VNSG

2313

1000

Lecture

Applied Nursing Skills II

TR

R-252

Arlinda Washington

VNSG

2313

1000

Lecture

Applied Nursing Skills II

TR

R-252

Judy Hembd

VNSG

2313

1000

Lab

Applied Nursing Skills II

ARR

Arlinda Washington

VNSG

2313

1000

Lab

Applied Nursing Skills II

ARR

Judy Hembd

Face to Face and zoom Classes available

F2F and Zoom

(Face-to-Face and Videoconference)

Do you enjoy interacting in class, but need the flexibility of off-campus instruction? This learning option allows small groups of students in each class to attend in person while portions of the class are taught on a schedule via Zoom videoconference.

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Hybrid - Synchronus

Subject

Course

Section

Type of Instruction

Course Title

Begins

Ends

Days

Room

Instructor

Comments

ARTS

1301

1100

Lecture

Art Appreciation

2:20 PM

4:40 PM

MW

ZOOM

Mason Rankin

This class will be taught online at the scheduled time via Zoom.

ARTS

1301

1105

Lecture

Art Appreciation

12:45 PM

2:05 PM

TR

ZOOM

John Stovall

This class will be taught online at the scheduled time via Zoom.

ARTS

1301

1110

Lecture

Art Appreciation

11:10 AM

12:30 PM

MW

ZOOM

John Stovall

This class will be taught online at the scheduled time via Zoom.

CHEM

1405

1100

Lecture

Introductory Chemistry I

9:30 AM

10:50 AM

MW

VIRTUAL

Laimutis Bytautas

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is lbytauta@gc.edu. This course will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom.

CHEM

1405

1100

Lab

Introductory Chemistry I

2:00 PM

4:50 PM

M

R-378

Laimutis Bytautas

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is lbytauta@gc.edu. This course will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom.

CHEM

1405

1101

Lecture

Introductory Chemistry I

9:30 AM

10:50 AM

MW

VIRTUAL

Laimutis Bytautas

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is lbytauta@gc.edu. This course will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom.

CHEM

1405

1101

Lab

Introductory Chemistry I

2:00 PM

4:50 PM

W

R-378

Laimutis Bytautas

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is lbytauta@gc.edu. This course will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom.

CHEM

1409

1115

Lecture

Chemistry for Engineers

11:00 AM

12:20 PM

MW

VIRTUAL

Ana M. Sanchez

Lectures will be taught online at scheduled times. Labs will be held on campus.

CHEM

1409

1115

Lab

Chemistry for Engineers

2:00 PM

4:50 PM

T

R-378

Ana M. Sanchez

Lectures will be taught online at scheduled times. Labs will be held on campus.

CHEM

1411

1110

Lecture

General Chemistry I

9:30 AM

10:50 AM

TR

VIRTUAL

Ana M. Sanchez

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is asanchez@gc.edu. This course will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom.

CHEM

1411

1110

Lab

General Chemistry I

2:00 PM

4:50 PM

T

R-378

Ana M. Sanchez

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is asanchez@gc.edu. This course will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom.

CHEM

1411

1115

Lecture

General Chemistry I

9:30 AM

10:50 AM

TR

VIRTUAL

Ana M. Sanchez

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is asanchez@gc.edu. This course will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom.

CHEM

1411

1115

Lab

General Chemistry I

2:00 PM

4:50 PM

R

R-378

Ana M. Sanchez

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is asanchez@gc.edu. This course will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom.

DRAM

1330

1100

Lecture

Stagecraft I

11:10 AM

12:30 PM

TR

ZOOM

Liz Lacy

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact llacy@gc.edu with any questions.

DRAM

1330

1100

Lab

Stagecraft I

ARR

Liz Lacy

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact llacy@gc.edu with any questions.

DRAM

1351

1100

Lecture

Acting I

9:35 AM

10:55 AM

TR

ZOOM

Liz Lacy

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact llacy@gc.edu with any questions.

DRAM

1351

1100

Lab

Acting I

ARR

Liz Lacy

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact llacy@gc.edu with any questions.

DRAM

2361

1100

Lecture

History of Theater I

11:10 AM

12:20 PM

MW

ZOOM

Liz Lacy

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact llacy@gc.edu with any questions.

ENGL

1301

1410

Lecture

Composition I

7:00 PM

9:50 PM

W

ZOOM

Matthew W. Walker

Students must enroll in INRW 0311-1410. This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact mwalker@gc.edu with any questions.

ENGL

1301

3120

Lecture

Composition I

8:00 AM

9:20 AM

MW

ZOOM

Diane M. Downes

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact ddownes@gc.edu with any questions.

ENGL

1301

3130

Lecture

Composition I

9:35 AM

10:55 AM

MW

ZOOM

Shane Wallace

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact swallace@gc.edu with any questions.

ENGL

1301

3140

Lecture

Composition I

11:10 AM

12:30 PM

TR

ZOOM

Michael P. Berberich

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact mberberich@gc.edu with any questions.

ENGL

1302

3130

Lecture

Composition II

9:35 AM

10:55 AM

TR

ZOOM

Michael P. Berberich

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact mberberich@gc.edu with any questions.

ENGL

1302

3140

Lecture

Composition II

11:10 AM

12:30 PM

MW

ZOOM

Diane M. Downes

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact ddownes@gc.edu with any questions.

ENGL

1302

3150

Lecture

Composition II

12:45 PM

2:05 PM

TR

ZOOM

Michael P. Berberich

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact mberberich@gc.edu with any questions.

ENGL

2322

3100

Lecture

British Literature I

8:00 AM

9:25 AM

MW

ZOOM

Shane Wallace

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact swallace@gc.edu with any questions.

HUMA

1301

1000

Lecture

Introduction to Humanities I

9:35 AM

10:55 AM

MW

ZOOM

Diane M. Downes

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact ddownes@gc.edu with any questions.

MATH

0314

1405

Lecture

Foundation of College Algebra

12:30 PM

1:50 PM

TR

VIRTUAL

Tatyana Ivanova

Students must enroll in MATH 1314-1405. Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is tivanova@gc.edu. This class will be taken at the scheduled time via Zoom.

MATH

0314

1405

Lab

Foundation of College Algebra

INTERNET

Tatyana Ivanova

Students must enroll in MATH 1314-1405. Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is tivanova@gc.edu. This class will be taken at the scheduled time via Zoom.

MHSM

3310

1300

Lecture

Legal Issues in Healthcare

5:30 PM

6:50 PM

W

ZOOM

Tirizia York

MUSI

1192

1100

Lecture

Guitar Class I

6:00 PM

7:00 PM

R

ZOOM

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas before the first day of class through gc.edu

MUSI

1192

1100

Lab

Guitar Class I

ARR

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas before the first day of class through gc.edu

MUSI

1306

1100

Lecture

Music Appreciation

8:00 AM

9:20 AM

TR

ZOOM

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas before the first class day through gc.edu

MUSI

1306

1110

Lecture

Music Appreciation

7:00 PM

9:50 PM

T

ZOOM

Cindy A. Kates-Hammon

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas on the first class day through gc.edu, and contact ckates@gc.edu with any questions.

SPCH

1315

1100

Lecture

Public Speaking

8:00 AM

9:20 AM

MW

ZOOM

Janene Davison

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom, with some in person presentation time arranged during the semester. Log in to Canvas before the first day of class through gc.edu and contact jdavidson@gc.edu with questions.

SPCH

1318

1100

Lecture

Interpersonal Communication

9:30 AM

10:50 AM

MW

ZOOM

Janene Davison

This class will be taught at the scheduled time via Zoom. Log in to Canvas before the first day of class through gc.edu and contact jdavison@gc.edu with questions.

Online anytime

Online Anytime

(Traditional Online Instruction)

Do you like to learn at your own pace, on your own time? In this traditional online instruction option, you’ll take your classes online, at any time, and work on your coursework on your own schedule without coming to campus.

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Internet - Asynchronus

Subject

Course

Section

Type of Instruction

Course Title

Begins

Ends

Days

Room

Instructor

Comments

ARTS

1301

3100

Lecture

Art Appreciation

INTERNET

Lisa M. Kress

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is lkress@gc.edu

ARTS

1303

3100

Lecture

Art History I

INTERNET

Lisa M. Kress

Contact instructor by first class day. Instructor email is lkress@gc.edu

BCIS

1305

3100

Lecture

Business Computer Applications

INTERNET