Become Familiar with the Following
The purpose of the John R. Miller Academic Resource Center (ARC) is to
supplement the learning experience of Goldey-Beacom College students.
The primary focus is on the first and second years of study in the areas
of Mathematics, Accounting, ITG 148 and 149, and English. Materials and
tutoring also include other areas such as Economics and Humanities.
Students may come to the ARC to refine their skills through professional
and peer tutoring and multimedia instructional programs or for review,
in-depth study, or to take tests by arrangement with faculty.
Students interested in enrolling in the Undergraduate Program can review
the Admissions Procedures for
Freshmen. You can
online now. We have rolling admissions so there are no
application deadlines to meet and an acceptance decision is made as soon
as your official transcripts have been received.
Transfer students may refer to the
Admissions Procedures for
Transfer Students. Once an application and official transcripts from
all applicable schools have been received, an admissions decision will
be made. If the student has 24 or more transferable credits, sending an
official high school transcript may be optional.
Undergraduate International students may refer to the
Admissions Procedures for
International Students. Graduate International students may refer to
the Graduate Admissions
Procedures for International Students. Also, please visit our
Frequently Asked Questions
information on the International Admissions procedure and what it
entails. International applicants should familiarize themselves with the
Student Visa federal regulations, which explains Federal rules and
regulations, employment restrictions, travel and absence policies, and
other information necessary for maintaining status while studying in the
program. Students should also familiarize themselves with the employment
regulations for International Students.
advisor, located in the
Financial Aid/Advisement Office, can assist you with academic, financial
aid, and registrar topics. Specifically, they can help you with matters
that include, but are not limited to, class scheduling, planning for
graduation, the financial aid process, and requesting a transcript.
BUSINESS OFFICE/STUDENT FINANCES
The Business Office works with students and parents to find the best
payment option for each individual student. We personally handle all
payment plans and receipt all payments at the College.
Student invoices are available on Campus
Web approximately 30 days prior to the payment due date. Students use
Campus Web to access
semester billing and student account information.
Please feel free to contact your
Student Payment Advisor at
any time to discuss your student account.
CAMPUS STORE, FOOTNOTES
Footnotes, The Campus Store is the on-campus store for supplies, GBC
insignia clothing, giftware, stamps, greeting cards, and other various
The Career Services Office provides individual career and employment
assistance to students and alumni. Areas of focus include
self-assessment; help with cover letters, resumes, and interview
technique, and opportunities to connect students to employers.
The Academic Computing Center (ACC) provides a
welcoming and pleasant atmosphere for students to complete their GBC
coursework. The Center is located on the ground floor of the Business
Skills Training Pavilion (Fulmer Center Wing).
Students are welcome to use the facilities any time during the posted
hours listed at
advisor, located in the Financial Aid/Advisement
Office, can assist
you with financial aid, academic, and registrar topics. Specifically,
they can help you with matters that include, but are not limited to, the
financial aid process, class scheduling, planning for graduation, and
requesting a transcript.
SERVICE, LIGHTNING CAFÉ
The Lightning Café offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack items in a
cafeteria style format. Particular care is given to assuring
nutritionally sound, balanced offerings at reasonable prices. Vending
services supplement the offerings when the Café is closed.
Goldey-Beacom College offers comfortable, safe, and convenient housing
at competitive rates. Housing offers affordable apartment-style living –
with no cubicle rooms or communal showers. The residence halls provide a
safe, convenient living option, close to all campus facilities and
The Hirons Library is dedicated to the support and enrichment of the
college curricula through the provision of print and non-print materials
to student and faculty and to furthering the cause of lifelong education
through instruction in the effective use of library resources.
The GBC Service Desk is our way of assuring that you get the service you
need, when you need it. If you haven’t been able to get the answer you
need, simply fill out the form by visiting
http://www2.gbc.edu/service_desk/request.asp or leave the
information by phone at (302) 225-6799 if you do not have access to
email. Someone will get back to you within two working days to fill you
in on progress with your request. Remember, the GBC Service Desk helps
when you have already sought help through the usual channels, so make
sure you have first contacted the right staff (and the area supervisor)
and given them time to respond – then contact us!
STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE
The Student Affairs Department of Goldey-Beacom College offers services
and programs to complement a student's academic experience. Social,
cultural, and recreational activities provide many opportunities for
students to get involved in college life.
- Counseling Services
Academic and career counseling services are provided for students of
the College by the professional staff of the Student Affairs,
Financial Aid/Advisement, and Career Services offices to assist
student in making satisfactory adjustments to college life and in
achieving academic success. Students are encouraged to take the
initiative in seeking these services. Students who desire counseling
for personal or medical issues are encouraged to see the Dean of
Students for a referral list of off-campus resources.
- Campus Security
The College maintains a trained security staff which
makes regular patrols throughout the grounds and buildings.
Additional information pertaining to security may be obtained
through the Student Affairs Office.
Goldey-Beacom College offers a wide variety of activities which are
open to all current students, faculty, staff and their family
members. Activities are a great way to enrich the college
A Student Activities
is available electronically via Campus Web each fall for the entire
The Assistant Coordinator of Residence and
Student Life works directly with
the Student Government Association and campus organizations in
coordinating programs and seeing that they reflect the
students' needs and interests.