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Welcome to the Gulf/Franklin Campus
3800 Garrison Avenue ~ Port St. Joe FL 32456
P: 850-227-9670 ~ F: 850-873-3524

News & Announcements

The College will be CLOSED:
2016 - Spring
January 1
January 18
March 14-18
2016 - Summer
May 30
July 4

2016 - Fall
August 15
September 5
November 11
Novemer 24-25
December 23-30


NEW ! Gulf/Franklin Campus LOCATIONS/HOURS in
Apalachicola, Carrabelle, Eastpoint & Wewahitchka !

Click HERE for the Schedule

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Foundation Scholarships
- Application DEADLINE is April 15, 2016 !!

The GCSC Foundation offers over 500 scholarship opportunities for students attending Gulf Coast State College. Included are scholarships that are specifically designated for Gulf and Franklin county residents and for Gulf/Franklin Center students. Applications are accepted once a year from January 1st to April 15th. Foundation scholarship are supplemental and are used to help offset the cost of a student’s education. For more information on the Foundation’s scholarship program including how to apply, please go to





ENCORE Class Photos - Spring 2016
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Corrections & Law Enforcement Packets
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Interested in taking a CORRECTIONS Class ?

NEW Class starting: Spring 2016

Orientation: Spring 2016

~ Call Doug Boortz @ 850-227-9670 ext. 5511 for more information ~


Gulf/Franklin Campus - Business Office Hours
(Effective: now)

Mon-Thu     8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Fri                8:30 am - 3:30 pm

GED Transcript Information for Florida

February 4, 2014Effective February 1, 2014, Florida transitioned its credentialing process from the issuance of paper transcripts and diplomas to a paperless web-based credentialing system called GED CredentialingTM.For information on how to request diplomas and/or transcripts on behalf of individuals visit the Support link at the top of this site:

WITHDRAWAL  Information

Two withdrawals are permitted per credit course. After that, a grade will be assigned. Please be concerned about
withdrawals. When admitting students into certain programs, universities may calculate withdrawals as grades. It is
your responsibility to verify the effects of enrollment and/or withdrawal upon your financial assistance (financial aid,
scholarships, grants, VA etc.). There are two kinds of withdrawals‐‐‐student and administrative.

 Student Withdrawal ‐ Students wishing to withdraw must complete a withdrawal form and submit
the form to the Office of Enrollment Services before the scheduled withdrawal deadline as published in the
college catalog. Student withdrawals initiated prior to the scheduled withdrawal deadline will be recorded as
a grade of “W.” The withdrawal deadline for an off-term or condensed term is one week after midterm.

 Administrative Withdrawal – A faculty member may withdraw a student up to the published
withdrawal deadline for violation of the class attendance policy, in which case the student will receive a
grade of “W”. Administrative withdrawals initiated after the published withdrawal deadline will be recorded
as either “W” or “F” depending on the student’s progress in the class and the instructor’s grading
policies. The withdrawal deadline for an off‐term, distance education or condensed semester is midterm for
the course or the date of the second examination, whichever occurs first.

Students cannot withdraw from developmental studies courses (college‐preparatory classes) after the drop/add
period without written permission from their instructor and/or their academic adviser.