Galveston College provides the citizens of Galveston Island and the surrounding region
with academic, workforce development, continuing education and community service programs.
Galveston College offers over 50 individual certificates and degrees in our academic/transfer
and workforce programs. Low tuition, small class sizes, and a diverse campus community
make us the right choice to build your future.
Welcome to Student Services. Galveston College is committed to the true student success
experience. Within this section, you will find helpful links, programs and services
throughout our campus community. Be sure to review the Student Handbook for information
on college policies and procedures.
Getting ready for college can be easier than you think. The U.S. Department of Education's
office of Federal Student Aid provides approximately $112 billion in financial aid
to help pay for college.
Galveston College Upward Bound, a TRIO Program funded through the U.S. Department
of Education, is a college preparatory program designed to serve 60 9th–12th grade
students at Ball High School. The goal of Upward Bound is to increase the rates at
which participants enroll in and graduate from institutions of post secondary education
by increasing the academic performance and motivation of participants.
TRIO programs are funded under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and are
administered by the U.S. Department of Education.
These programs are designed to serve primarily individuals from low-income families
where neither parent has earned a four-year college degree.
Applications for the Summer 2022 start date are due April 18, 2022. Submit completed
applications to Galveston College: R-287, R-289, or R-290.
Las solicitudes para la fecha de inicio del verano de 2022 vencen el 18 de abril de
2022. Envíe las solicitudes completas a Galveston College: R-287, R-289 o R-290.
Upward Bound Office