Greenfield Community College


Greenfield Community College (GCC) is a two-year Community College in Greenfield, Massachusetts. GCC is the smallest of the 15 community colleges in the Massachusetts higher education system, known for the caring and supportive attitude of the faculty and staff. GCC works closely with bachelor degree granting colleges of the Massachusetts public higher education system, including the University of Massachusetts, and with private colleges and universities, which enables GCC to offer diverse transfer opportunities to its students.

Location: Greenfield, Massachusetts

Student Population: Approximately 2500 credit earning students (Coed)

Student/Staff Ratio: 14:1

Enrollment Dates: Rolling and open admission with start dates in September and January.

Accreditation: NEASC

Most Popular Programs: Nursing, Renewable Energy, Liberal Studies-transfer options, Criminal Justice, and Business Administration

Campus Life: There are campus activities such as clubs and organizations, student government, lecture series, and entertainment

Residential Options: GCC is a commuter campus. Housing is not available through the institution, though the Office of Student Activities maintains a listing of rentals in the area.

Typical Annual Total Tuition & Fees: For international students: $13,400 plus books, transportation, housing, meals, and
health insurance.