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The School Board of Gadsden County
Elijah Key
Superintendent of Schools

Gadsden Technical College
Major Dr. Willie A. Jackson

Angela Sapp
Career and Technical Education Coordinator

Miranda Cole
Adult Education Coordinator

201 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Quincy, Florida 32351
Main Number: 850-875-8324  * Fax: 850-875-7297
Thank you for your interest in Gadsden Technical College for your career training program. If you have any questions after completing this Enrollment Application process, please contact a Student Services Representative at: 850-875-8324, or .

Please review the following criteria before completing your enrollment application process:

  • Must be at least 16 years old to attend Gadsden Technical College
  • Proof of Identification (Examples: Valid Driver's License or  State Identification)
  • Provide official transcript(s) from any/all schools attended (in a sealed envelope)
  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid online: if applicable to the program of choice.
Enrollment Steps:

1.     Complete the GTC online Enrollment Application

2.     Student Services will review your application once it is submitted, Student will schedule an appointment with the Career Counselor- Admissions/Job Development to:
  • Review your application
  • Validate official transcript(s)
  • Complete a Career Assessment
  • Schedule to take a Basic Skills Test 
3.     Basic Skills Assessment, i.e. TABE Test, CASAS, or an acceptable Basic Skills Test approved by Florida                Department of Education if applicable
  • Basic Skills Assessment – Choose from the following:
  • Schedule and take the Basic Skills Test at GTC (Cost $20)
  • Provide Basic Skills Test Scores from another entity (Must be in a sealed envelope and signed by the Test Administrator)
All adult students who enroll in Workforce Education Certificate Programs of 450 Clock Hours or more will complete a basic skills examination approved by the Florida Department of Education. Admission policies require that all Post-Secondary students take the Test of Adult Education Skills (TABE) or provide proof of acceptable forms of exemption from testing. The TABE measures basic skills in Reading, Mathematics, and Language. You may be exempt from the TABE Test if you:

  • Possess a college degree at the Associate level or higher
  • Passed a state or national industry certification or licensure examination identified in State Board of Education rules and aligned to the career education program which you enrolled
  • Are an active duty member of any military branch of The United States Armed Services
4.     Schedule an appointment with Career Counselor – Financial Aid
  • Meet with Career Counselor-Financial Aid to check for all needed financial aid documents (ISIR, verification letter, etc.)
  • Bring proof of any additional grants, scholarships, or waivers in order to place your present loan in deferment
5.     Prepare for payment:
  • Adult Education- self pay cost $30 Part-time or $60 Full-time, or provide ITA Voucher from CareerSource Capital Region
  • Career and Technical Education- Once it has been determined by Student Services that all of the required documents have been completed, students will be directed to Registration. Registration will not be officially complete until tuition, registration, and lab fees have been paid or payment arrangements have been made with the Financial Aid Career Counselor
6.     Schedule and Attend Orientation
  • Complete “Acceptable Usage Policy Form”
  • Complete “Student Permission Form: Release of Confidential Information from the Student Education Record”
7.     Photo ID
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