University description (as per official university website)
Grayson County College, also referred to as GCC, is located in Denison, Texasn and was established in the 1960s. GCC has other campuses at Van Alstyne, Sherman and Bonham. The college offers associate degrees in more than 25 study areas including business administration, arts and engineering. There are also online courses available for remote students of the college.
Grayson County College offers its students a range of clubs and organizations which include Delta Phi Delta, Phi Theta Kappa, the Student Government Association, the Welding Technology Club and Grayson the Nursing Student Association. The college students publish a newspaper on campus called Viking Voice to make themselves heard. Students also participate in campus sports such as baseball, basketball and softball.
Where Grayson County College stands out most compared to other schools (details below):
* Many students concentrating in mathematics, drama and performing arts, therapy and counseling, nursing and emergency medicine, and engineering technician.
* Affordable tuition & fees.
* Number of dorm rooms for students.
* Large number of programs of study offered.
* Large number of students.
Other important characteristics:
* Open admission; accepts all qualified candidates
* Library on-campus
* Campus housing available
* Student meal (board) plan
* Study abroad option
* Distance learning available
* Weekend study option
* Part-time classes available
* Athlete financial aid
re you interested in attending Grayson County College, but wondering how you are going to afford it? The Office of Financial Aid (OFA) wants to help make your education possible. We administer grants, scholarships, work-study, and loans for the College. This aid is from Federal, State and Institutional sources and is generally awarded based on need.
Grants and scholarships are "gift aid" which do not need to be repaid. Work-study is on campus employment, and loans are required to be paid back upon completion of your degree program, or when you drop below half-time (6 hours) enrollment. You may qualify for one or all of these types of aid. Please read on to determine what you have to do to be considered for the aid we administer.