Guam Community College

Founded in Mangilao, Guam, in 1977, Guam Community College provides an affordable alternative for public and private universities throughout the island territory. With a wide range of programs available for international students, military students, senior citizens, and continuing education students, Guam Community College has courses specifically designed to help students at each level of their education.
With 23 associate degrees, 18 certificates, and more than 50 apprenticeable trades taught on campus, GCC allows students to achieve highly specialized education and training in whatever field they choose to pursue.
GCC’s mission is to be “a leader in career and technical workforce development, providing the highest quality, student-centered education and job training for Micronesia”, while its vision is to be “the premier educational institution for providing globally recognized educational and workforce development programs”.
These goals are assisted by GCC’s devotion to working closely with students at every level to provide them with the skills they need to succeed.

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School Overview

Public

2 Year

Size of Institution

Small (under 5,000 students)

Title: Guam Community College
Also Known As: GCC
Location: Mangilao, GU
Setting: Town – Remote
Religious Affiliation: Not applicable
Other Characteristics: None
On-Campus Housing: Not provided
Board or Meal Plans: Not provided
Applicants: Not reported
Admissions: Not reported
Full-Time Retention Rate: 67%
Part-Time Retention Rate: 48%
Student to Faculty Ratio: 15 to 1
Open Admission Policy: Yes

Degrees, Certificates & Diplomas Offered

Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma of at least one but less than two academic years
Associate’s degree
Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma of at least two but less than four academic years

Special Learning Opportunities

Distance education (undergraduate courses)
Continuing education

Admissions

N/A

Acceptance Rate

Yes

Open Admission Policy

Application Fee

SAT & ACT Scores

Credits Accepted

Dual Credit

Yes

Credit for Life Experiences

Yes

Advanced Placement (AP)

Yes

Application Requirements

High School GPA

N/A

High School Rank

N/A

High School Record

N/A

College Preparatory Program Completion

N/A

Recommendations

N/A

Competencies

N/A

Standardized Test Scores

N/A

TOEFL

N/A

Other Tests

N/A

Tuition

Yes

Alternative Tuition Plans

Alternative Tuition Plans

Tuition payment plan

Average Tuition for Full-Time Undergraduate Students

In District

Tuition

$3120

Required Fees

$294

In State

Tuition

$3120

Required Fees

$294

Out of State

Tuition

$4320

Required Fees

$294

Average Tuition for Full-Time Graduate Students

In District

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

In State

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

Out of State

Tuition

N/A

Required Fees

N/A

Financial Aid

62% of undergraduate students are receiving financial aid.

$2200 is the average amount awarded.

62% were awarded Pell grants

$2170 was the average amount awarded.

0% were awarded federal student loans

Majors

The list of most popular majors is not available for this institution.

Living Expenses

Not provided

On-Campus Housing

N/A

Student Dormitory Capacity

Board & Meal Plans

Not provided

Costs

Room Charges: N/A
Board Charges: N/A

Academics

Library Facilities

Physical facilities
Printed materials
Access to digital/electronic resources
A staff trained to provide and interpret library materials
Established library hours
Access to library collections that are shared with other institutions

Students

Undergraduate Students

2146

Available Student Services 

Remedial services
Academic & career counseling services

Enrollment

Applicants: N/A
Admissions: N/A
Enrolled: N/A
Enrollment Rate: N/A
Females Enrolled: N/A
Males Enrolled: N/A

Alumni by Ethnicity & Race

American Indian or Alaska Native

0%

Asian

44.07%

Black or African American

1.55%

Hispanic or Latino

0.26%

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islanders

49.23%

White

0.77%

Two or More Races

0%

Race/Ethnicity Unknown

4.12%

Nonresident Alien

0%

College Life

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Contact Details

Address

Guam Community College
1 Sesame Street
Mangilao
Guam
96913

Phone Number

General Enquiries: 6717355700

Website

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