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, Ph.D.
DEGREES & CERTIFICATES 21,579 degrees and certificates awarded since 1992 (as of May 31, 2018)
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS Offering 121 assciate degree and certificate programs (as of May 31, 2018)
NON-CREDIT PROGRAMS American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)
AutoCAD Certified Users
Bookkeeping Professional National Certificate
Bookkeeping Training Certificate
Business Analyst Certificate
Business Professional & Office Assistant Certificate
CDL Class A & B Training
Certified Ethical Hacker
Community Health Worker Certificate
Computed Tomography (CT SCAN)
Connecticut Basic Boating Desktop Support/ A+ Computer TIA Certificate
Developed Manufacturing I Certificate (CMDI)
Distribution & Supply Chain Logistics
First Time Supervisor – Manager Training
HVAC Programs
Math & English Boot Camp
Media Technology Medical Interpreter Training Certificate
Medical Terminology Online
Medical Office Assistant Training Certificate
Motorcycle Rider Courses
Nurse Assistant Training Program
Patient Care Technician Training Certificate
Patient Navigator Training Certificate
Payroll, Practice and Management
Pharmacy Technician Training Certificate
Print & Digital Media Publishing Training Certificate
Real Estate Principles & Practices
ServSafe Food Handler and Alcohol Training
SPHR Exam Prep (Senior Professional in Human Resources)
Today’s Youth, Tomorrow’s Careers (TYTC)
Web Design Certificate
Web Development Certificate
ENROLLMENT 7,015 in Fall 2017; 4,029 FTE in credit
6,290 in Spring 2018; 3,487 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: 26
Females: 58.5%   Males: 41.5%
Full-Time: 31.1%   Part-Time: 68.9%
African American Students: 23.8%
Hispanic Students: 25.8%
Degree Seekers: 87.0%, Certificate Seekers: 3.4%, Non-Cert/Degree Seekers: 9.5%
Veterans: 136
FACULTY Full-Time: 102    Part-Time: 408    (Fall 2017 Human Resource Data)
ATHLETICS Men's and Women's basketball are offered as National Junior College Athletic Association intercollegiate sports. The following are offered as intramural sports: Soccer, Dodge Ball, Pep Squad, Volleyball
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS 25 clubs and organizations available to students who desire to participate
TUITION & FEES Annual Full-Time (12 credits, in-state)
Tuition: $3,912 • Service Fees $472 • Total $4,384
Not included: Student Activity Fee $20
FINANCIAL AID During the 2017-2018 academic year, 79.6% of students received financial aid.
ACCREDITATION New England Association for Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics
National Association for the Education of Young Children
National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF)
National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission (NLNAC)
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology