Faculty Visit

Faculty Visit

In conjunction with a traditional visit, many students want to speak with a faculty member in their desired major. Prospective students who are seniors in high school or transfer students who wish to visit up to two faculty members, if available and during normal session, must contact the Admissions Office at least two weeks prior to their visit date. In addition to providing a two week notice to schedule a faculty visit the student must also schedule either a Question & Answer Session or Admissions Interview or have already completed one of those appointments at a prior visit. Click HERE for a list of our degree programs and majors.

Please note that for students who are interested in our science programs, faculty visits may include an in-depth look at our equipment and laboratory spaces.

Call our office directly at 724-458-2100 or email us at visit@gcc.edu to schedule faculty visits; they cannot be scheduled online. Faculty visits are subject to faculty availability. 



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