First-Time Freshman


First-Time Freshmen Requirements

First-time Freshmen – Students who have never attended a college must submit the following:

  • A $35 non-refundable application fee.
  • A properly completed official application form.
  • An official transcript from a properly accredited high school showing graduation with a college preparatory diploma, technical diploma, general diploma or successful completion of the GED. Students applying for an upcoming term while completing the senior year of high school should submit an official transcript showing coursework completed through the 11th grade and should then provide an additional transcript following graduation that reflects the date of graduation.

Home-Schooled Students – Admission of home-schooled students or graduates from non-accredited high schools must submit official documentation indicating the student meets the following criteria to be considered for admission as a beginning freshman:

  • A $35 non-refundable application fee.
  • A properly completed official application form.
  • A transcript of all courses completed. The transcript must include the course title, unit of credit for each course,
    time frame, or semester in which each course was completed and the grade received. The transcript must also
    include a description of the grading system used (such as grade scale or grade key) as well as a graduation
    date (month/day/year).
  • Written consent of the parent/guardian if the student is under 18 years of age at the time of initial
    enrollment to GMC OR successful completion of the GED.
    5. The name and address of the parent or legal guardian with a space for their signature. The
    name of the home school administrator is to be included if it is not the parent.
  • The following statement must be included on the transcript “I, the undersigned, do hereby
    solemnly attest that this student has completed secondary school education in a home
    school setting on the date indicated and under the laws governing the state and county in
    which the homeschooling occurred.”
  • The transcript must be notarized and include the following: signature of the Notary Public,
    the printed name, date, state and county, commission number, date commission expires.