GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

United States, California

Founded in 1927, Glendale Community College (GCC) is a public community college within the California system of community colleges (CSU). Glendale C.C. holds the accreditation of WASC: Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Students here can earn degrees and certificates in 27 different fields which include: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Health Professions and Related Programs, and Social Sciences. A comprehensive community college known for its academic excellence gives varied opportunities for students to be accepted in the nationwide industries.

Campus Life

At Glendale, the campus activities are highly encouraged and hence, students have the absolute freedom to participate in several programs and events by even joining 70+ student clubs. The campus life includes residential life where the students can unite, learn, and live on campus fostering the next level of the campus experience. The Student body has a scope of services, including peer coaching, group study sessions, and specialized help for first-generation scholars, commuters, transfer students, and student-athletes all of it making Glendale worth choosing.

Noted Alumni

Some of the famous notable alumni of Glendale Community College are Cathy Ferguson (Two-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer), Bob Gagliano (American football player), Frank Wykoff (Three-time Olympic gold medalist runner), Jordi Vilasuso (Actor), Kyle Vincent (Musician), Andy Reid (NFL coach), Freddy Sanchez (Baseball player, Seann William Scott (Actor), Ryan Seacrest (Broadcaster, producer), and Schoolboy Q (Rapper).