LOCATION New Haven, Connecticut
HISTORY On July 1, 1992, the New Haven campus at Long Wharf, formerly known as South Central Community College, combined resources with Greater New Haven State Technical College in North Haven. This merged institution is now one of 12 community colleges in Connecticut.
TYPE OF INSTITUTION Public, 2-year
PRESIDENT Dr. Paul Broadie II
DEGREES & CERTIFICATES 20,057 degrees and certificates awarded since 1992
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS Offering 101 degree and certificate programs
NON-CREDIT PROGRAMS
Food Beverage Professional Server
Business & Office Assistant Certificate
Bookkeeping Certificate Training
Bookkeeping National Certificate
Medical Office Assistance Training Certificate
The Professional Medical Coding Curriculum (PMCC)
The American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)
Pharmacy Technician Training
Patient Navigator Training
Medical Terminology Online
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
Cross Sectional Anatomy
Computed Tomography (CT SCAN)
Patient Care Technician Training
Small Engine Repair & Technology
Real Estate Principles & Practice
Desktop Publishing/Digital Printing & Production
Precision Manufacturing Certificate
A+ CompTIA
Computer Technician Training
CompTIA Training Programs
AutoCAD Certificate
Writing Training Programs
Connecticut Basic Boating
Math & English Boot Camp
ENROLLMENT 7,217 in Fall 2016; 4,063.83 FTE in credit
6,769 in Spring 2017; 3,732.00 FTE in credit
SERVICE DELIVERY TOWNS Bethany, Branford, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange, West Haven, Woodbridge (Approximately 30% of GCC students come from other towns)
STUDENT BODY
(Fall 2016)
Average age: 27
Females: 57.6%   Males: 42.4%
Full-Time: 28.8%   Part-Time: 71.2%
African American Students: 25.1%
Hispanic Students: 23.8%
Degree Seekers: 86.4%, Certificate Seekers: 3.6%, Non-Cert/Degree Seekers: 10%
Veterans: 163
FACULTY Full-Time: 103    Part-Time: 425    (Fall 2016 Human Resource Data)
GRADUATION RATE (3-year
Timeframe)

1st Time, Full-Time Associate/Certificate Seeking Students

Cohort Fall 2013: 12.20%
Cohort Fall 2012: 9.50%
Cohort Fall 2011: 7.54%
Cohort Fall 2010: 8.05%

ATHLETICS Men's and Women's basketball are offered as NJCAA intercollegiate sports.
The following are offered as intramural sports: Soccer, Dodge Ball, Pep Squad, Volleyball
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
Most Popular: Phi Theta Kappa (Students must apply, be formally accepted,
      and inducted into the Honor Society)
Student Government Association (SGA elects students to represent the student body)
Black Student Association
Organization of Latin American Students
Student Nursing Association
20 additional clubs and organizations available to students who desire to participate
TUITION & FEES Annual Full-Time (12 credits, in-state)
Tuition: $3,816 • Service Fees $460 • Total $4,276
FINANCIAL AID During the 2016-2017 academic year, 9,692 students applied for financial aid assistance; 6,708 students were offered financial aid; and 4,029 accepted financial aid.
FINANCES Assets—Fiscal Year 2015-16
Total Assets: $180,987
Total Liabilities: $11,557
Total Net Assets: $169,430
ACCREDITATION New England Association for Schools and Colleges (NEASC)