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Summer I - Starts May 20Summer II - Starts July 13

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ACC 122–1 Principles of Financial Accounting II

AGR 112–2 Food Preservation and Storage

BIO 126–13 Biology I

BIO 126–2 Biology I

BIO 216–2 Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO 216–4 Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BUS 111–2 Introduction to Business

CIS 293–A Student Internship in CIS

CMN 153–2 Media and Popular Culture

CSC 101–13 Programming Foundations

ENG 207–2 Creative Writing and Literature: Themes and Methods

ENG 101–2 English Composition I: Expository Writing

ENG 116–2 English Composition II: Analysis of Literature and Film

ENG 112–2 English Composition II: Exploring Literature

ENG 112–4 English Composition II: Exploring Literature

EVS 101–13 Environmental Studies: Issues in Sustainability

EVS 101–15 Environmental Studies: Issues in Sustainability

HIS 106–2 History of the American People Since 1865

HIS 218–2 Women and Gender in the American West to 1920 CE

MAT 090–2 Basic Mathematics Skills

MAT 107–2 College Algebra

MAT 096–13 Intermediate Algebra

MAT 117–2 Mathematical Problem Solving

MAT 108–13 Precalculus

NUR 112–2 Introduction to Professional Nursing and the Nursing Process

OLP 112–A Wilderness Orientation Expedition for Outdoor Leaders

PCS 101–2 Public Speaking

POL 101–2 American Politics

POL 293–2 Internship in Political Sci I

PSY 217–2 Human Growth and Development

PSY 217–4 Human Growth and Development

PSY 101–2 Principles of Psychology

PSY 101–4 Principles of Psychology

PSY 101–6 Principles of Psychology

SCI 103–2 Astronomy

SOC 201–2 Social Problems

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Current GCC students can register for classes through MyGCC with an advising PIN, or by contacting your advisor or the Advising Center.

Students new to GCC should follow our steps to enroll. (You may need to complete placement testing, or show proof that you have met class pre-requisites.)

In most cases, if you just want to take a class but don't need financial aid and don't plan to complete a degree or certificate at GCC, you can complete and submit a registration form to sign up for classes.

Make note of the class subject code, number, section and CRN before filling out your registration form.