Gordon State College
Questions and Answers How do I register?
We strive to keep registration simple by offering three easy ways to register for our programs: by mail, online, or in person. You may register using the form across this page to mail with a check or money order, or simply register & pay online for MasterCard, Visa or American Express. We would love to meet and register you in person, but keep in mind that cash payments need to be the exact amount of your total. Our instructors cannot accept money for registration fees. Course rates are subject to change without notice. Any additional cost to the course will be included in the course description. If the course involves physical activity such as the swim classes, a signed waiver of liability is required prior to the course.
Why should I register early?
We reserve the right to cancel courses due to low enrollment. Such decisions are made three business days prior to the class begin date. If a course is rescheduled for any reason, those registered will be contacted to verify availability for the rescheduled date. If a course is canceled due to low enrollment, registration fees are refunded in full.
Where do I park?
At the time of registration, you will be given a parking permit to hang on your rear-view mirror and instructed as to which parking lot is to be used for that particular course.
Do you accept the Hope Scholarship or Pell Grant funds?
Go to www.gordonstate.edu/commed and click on the â€œRegistrationâ€? tab located on the left of the web-page.
Registering In Person
Register in person in our office located on Spencer Street in Barnesville, GA. (Physical address: 404 Spencer Street, Barnesville, GA 30204)
Registering by Mail
Mail your completed Community Education registration form, with check or money order to: Gordon State College, Community Education, 419 College Drive, Barnesville, GA 30204. Registration forms may be faxed to our office at: 678-359-5191.
Emergency Closing - Inclement Weather
The decision to close Gordon State College due to inclement weather is carefully weighed before it is made. If the college is closed because of inclement weather, every effort will be made to provide make-up sessions at the discretion of the college. Please make sure the office of Community Education has your current contact information.
Students with special needs must notify the Community Education office a minimum of two business days before the course start date so appropriate accommodations can be arranged.
The campus will be closed on September 5 (Labor Day), November 24 - 25 (Thanksgiving Holiday), December 19 - January 3 (Winter Break), January 16 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day). No Community Education courses will meet on these days.
No. Scholarships and Pell Grants are not applicable to non-credit courses. However, for those enrolled in our online certificate programs offered in conjunction with Ed2Go Online Career Training do have financial assistance that is available. For more information: www.gatlineducation.com/fin_aid.html
What ages can take the courses offered?
All classes are for ages 16 and up, and will take place on the Gordon State College Campus, unless otherwise indicated. Registration is required for all courses.
Does course registrations require admission to the college?
Community Education classes do not require admission to the college nor do they require transcripts.
No refunds given once a course begins. However, if a course is canceled, the student will receive a full refund or may apply payment to another course within one year. Failure to attend a course does not constitute withdrawal or refund. Community Education students need parking decals for their vehicles. Parking permits will be given to students from the Community Education office, once registration is completed. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling: 678-359-5123. Our hours of operation are: *Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. (Closed from 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm for lunch)
2016 Fall - Winter 2017
Published on Sep 6, 2016
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