Non-degree seeking students must follow GMC’s general admission guidelines and placement testing guidelines. Students admitted as non-degree seeking students may register for any course for which the prerequisite has been satisfied. Waivers for these requirements may be granted on an individual basis for students who have completed an Associate's degree or higher by petitioning the Academic Dean at that campus. Non-degree seeking students are ineligible for financial aid.
Non-degree seeking students who have earned at least an Associate’s degree are not restricted to a maximum number of credit hours taken in a non-degree seeking status. These students must submit an official transcript that documents an earned degree at the Associate’s level or above. Non-degree seeking students who have not earned at least an Associate’s degree are restricted to a maximum of 15 attempted credit hours after which time the student must select a degree program.