Where I am now: How we can help:
I want to read and speak English better. English as a Second Language classes
I want to improve my basic reading and/or math skills. Basic writing, reading and math classes.
I want to get my GED or my high school diploma. GED classes and High School Diploma classes.
I want to improve my computer skills. MS Office and/or Accounting software classes.
I want to understand how an office works. Office Procedures and Technology classes.
I want to get a better job. Resume Writing and Interviewing classes.
I want to become a U.S. citizen. Citizenship classes.
I want to be a better parent. Parent Education classes.
I want to enrich my retirement years.

Lifelong Learning classes.

I want to apply and register for noncredit classes. Apply and register.

 

Questions? Call  (818) 240-1000 , ext. 5678 or 5681.

Read about your student rights (Non-Discrimination & EEO).

What do I need to establish residency?

To enroll in Credit classes at Glendale Community College and qualify for lower resident tuition fees, you must be a resident of California for at least one year. To prove that you have been a resident for one year, you need to have three of the following in your name:

  • State and federal tax returns with W-2 forms
  • Automobile registration
  • California driver’s license/California ID card
  • Voter registration
  • Military personnel
  • Bank account statements
  • Petitioner for divorce in California
  • Utility bills
  • Proof of employment (pay stubs)
  • Mortgage statements
  •   Verification of public assistance (welfare and other public assistance)
Last updated: 10/15/2012 10:17:39 AM