Texas Works: Training and Education for All Texans
Enrollment (Fiscal 2007)
- Total Enrollment:
- African American:
- Native American:
* Percentage of annual unduplicated enrollment. Out-of-state and continuing education students not included.
** Full-time enrollment of students seeking college credit.
Contact InformationDr. W. Myles Shelton, President 4015 Ave. Q Galveston, Texas 77550 (409) 944-4242 http://www.gc.edu
Tuition, Rate Per Semester Credit Hour
Resident of District Tuition & Fee Rate: $46.81
Nonresident Tuition & Fee Rate: $77.13
Galveston College offers university transfer courses, two-year associate degrees, one-year certificates, work force training and continuing education programs.
University Transfer: For students interested in obtaining a four-year degree, Galveston College offers transferable courses that will provide the first two years in general studies. Galveston College has formal articulation agreements with the University of Texas Medical Branch, Texas A&M Galveston, the University of Houston-Clear Lake and the University of Houston-Downtown.
Career Programs: Galveston College offers a variety of career programs that lead directly to the job market, including the following, whose graduates are in high demand:
- nursing – Galveston College one-year vocational nurses and two-year associate degree nurses are recruited throughout the region for hospitals, clinics and nursing homes.
- allied health – the college offers nuclear medicine technology, radiation therapy, respiratory therapy, emergency medical services and surgical technology.
- culinary arts and hotel, restaurant and tourism management – Galveston College offers two-year degrees for those entering the area’s growing hospitality market.
- education and criminal justice – public service careers are available to graduates of our two-year programs in education and criminal justice.
Total Degrees and Certificates Awarded, fiscal 2007
Total does not include an advanced technology certificate program that comprises 16 to 50 semester credit hours and requires students to have an associate or bachelor’s degree or to be a junior in a bachelor’s degree program.
|Academic Students||Percentage of Academic Students||Technical Students||Percentage of Technical Students|
|Employed and Enrolled (in Senior Institutions)||17||34.0%||7||3.2%|
|Enrolled Only (in Senior Institutions)||3||6.0%||1||0.5%|
|Enrolled Only (in Community Colleges)||0||0.0%||3||1.4%|