Greater Greensboro Consortium

The Greater Greensboro Consortium (GGC) is a program designed to expand the options available to degree-seeking students who are currently enrolled in one of the eight colleges and universities in the surrounding area. Its primary purpose is to assist a student in registering for a course(s) elsewhere that is unavailable in a given semester on the student’s home campus. The consortium program is only available for the Fall and Spring semesters.

Please complete registration and approvals for the Greater Greensboro Consortium remotely using the electronic forms below.

Participating Institutions

Any college or university approved by the GGC to participate in the cross-registration program. These include Bennett, Elon, Greensboro, GTCC, Guilford, High Point, NC A&T SU, and UNCG.

Home Campus

The participating institution at which a student is enrolled in a degree program.

Host Campus

A participating institution (other than a student’s home campus) at which a student takes one or more courses for credit.

Consortium Eligibility

Consortium students must be degree-seeking students, currently enrolled in one of the participating institutions. They must have the permission of the coordinating officer (normally the Registrar) from their HOME Campus. Consortium students may not cross-register for courses inappropriate to the degree they seek or to their class status; for example, sophomores can take sophomore level classes and undergraduates may take only undergraduate courses. Early Middle College or Career and College Promise students are not eligible to take courses through the Consortium program.

Consortium students must have a 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher at their HOME campus to participate.

Students must be eligible to take English 111 and Math 143, MAT 152, or MAT 171 courses without developmental co-requisites or have already completed these aforementioned English and Math courses.


There is no limit to the number of courses that consortium students may take at other institutions, although students must be enrolled for at least six semester hours at the home institution (GTCC). At least one-half of students course work must be completed at the HOME campus each semester. This program is not intended for courses that are designed to be self-supporting, so independent studies are not available.

Registration Contact Information

Each institution has varying registration processes. In order to ensure correct registration procedures, please contact the following individuals at participating institutions:

Bennett College
Sam Grogg, Interim Registrar, 336-370-8620

Elon University 
Alexander Taylor, Assistant Registrar, 336-278-6679

Greensboro College
Travis Mickey, Registrar, 336-272-7102 Ext. 5201

Guilford College
Tammy Martin, Assistant Registrar, 336-316-2366

Guilford Technical Community College (GTCC)
Kristen Fowler, Transfer Credit Evaluator, 336-334-4822 Ext. 50068

High Point University
Ann Miller, Associate Registrar, 336-841-9205

North Carolina A&T State University
Jennifer Garner, Student Services Specialist, 336-334-7595

University of North Carolina Greensboro, (UNCG)
Ashley Tuck, Registration Specialist, 336-334-5946

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are paid to the HOME campus. Fees are not charged by the HOST campus for cross registration courses unless there are special charges (such as lab fees, insurance, course materials, etc.). In these cases, consortium students must pay these charges to the HOST campus.

Path to Success – Consortium Student

Please visit to complete the residency application process. When you finish the residency determination form, be sure to write down your assigned Residency Certification Number (RCN).  You will need to enter your RCN on the GTCC admission application in step 2.


After obtaining your RCN in step 1, please complete the GTCC Application for Admission. Forward completed application to Kristen Fowler at


Consortium students are responsible for meeting any course prerequisites (if applicable) and restrictions which apply to GTCC courses (example limited enrollment program courses). Consult the catalog to see pre-requisite requirements.

2019-2020 CATALOG

About 48 hours after completing your application in step 2, you will be able to activate your GTCC Titan Account.


Consortium students must meet with Kristen Fowler in the Registrar’s office during posted registration dates in order to register for classes. 

  • Fall 2019 Consortium Registration Dates: Aug. 14, 15, 19, 20
  • Kristen Fowler, Transfer Credit Evaluator, 336-334-4822 Ext. 50068
  • Jamestown Campus, Sears Applied Technologies Building, Room 117
Hours : 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Monday-Thursday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday

Student Accident Insurance fee must be paid in order to release grades to the HOME institution. You can pay online through WebAdvisor or at the Cashier’s Office. Fee will not be applied until AFTER registration.


Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Students eligible to participate in the GGC must pick up consortium forms at the GTCC Registrar’s Office #239 Medlin Center, Jamestown Campus or at any Student Success Center campus (Building H1 #133, High Point Campus & Continuing Education Center #132, Greensboro Campus).
  2. Complete form, including HOST institution courses. Sign the form.
  3. Obtain approval for courses from Shelia May, GTCC Associate VP of Instruction, and Kristen Fowler at the Registrar’s Office. Signatures required for approval.
  4. Registration dates will be provided to you by GTCC Registrar’s Office for all consortium schools.
  5. Go to the HOST campus and register on the appropriate dates. Present signed consortium form with an unofficial transcript.
  6. After registering at the HOST campus, you are to bring your HOST registration schedule and the consortium form to GTCC Registrar’s Office. Your schedule will be noted and you will be advised of any tuition adjustments. (The additional courses will count in the amount of curriculum credit hours for the current semester.)
  7. GTCC campus Registrar’s Office will issue you a consortium parking tag.
  8. The Consortium Program is not available during the Summer Term.

  1. An RCN number is required if you are a new visiting consortium student to GTCC. Please visit:
  2. Visiting students should complete a GTCC admission application. Follow visiting Students Path to Success, and click on Apply to GTCC . There is no admission application fee. Forward completed application to Kristen Fowler, Transfer Credit Evaluator,
  3. Students from participating GGC colleges are eligible to cross-register for courses at GTCC during assigned registration dates and the drop/add period. Fall Consortium Registration Dates are Aug. 13-16.
  4. Visiting students must bring in their completed consortium form, signed by their HOME campus Registrar with an unofficial college transcript.
  5. Students may register for GTCC courses on a space available basis.  If taking online courses please complete the Online Success Seminar.
  6. Consortium students are also responsible for meeting any course prerequisites (if applicable) and restrictions which apply to GTCC courses (example limited enrollment program courses).
  7. A $3.25 student accident insurance fee will be applied. This fee must be paid before grades can be released to the HOME campus.
  8. Visiting student parking tags are issued by your HOME campus Parking Services or Registrar’s Office.

Students may add classes during the drop/add period if they have written permission from their HOME institution. The consent must be documented on the consortium form. All students are required to follow the HOST campus’ rules, guidelines and deadlines pertaining to dropping classes and withdrawals. To withdraw, students must withdraw in writing from the HOST campus and notify their HOME campus.

Educational resources and support services at the HOST campus are made available to consortium students as required. These include research and library resources. Students will need to show the consortium schedule to library officials to gain library privileges.

An ID card will not be issued by the HOST campus to students from other campuses who are participating in the consortium program. As a result, consortium students are not eligible to use recreational facilities that require a HOST campus ID card.

It is the responsibility of the HOST institution to send the HOME institution the grade of the consortium student at the completion of the semester. This grade is recorded on the student’s transcript at his or her HOME campus.

A student requesting a grade change will need to abide by the governing policies of the HOST institution. All students participating in the consortium program should contact the Registrar’s Office of the HOST campus to determine the appropriate procedures for grade changes

Financial Aid is awarded, disbursed, and accounted for by the financial aid officer on the student’s HOME campus. No funds are exchanged among participating institutions.