Paying For College
Locations & Operating Hours
- Jamestown: Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Greensboro: Monday.-Wednesday 8a.m – 5p.m., Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- High Point: Thursday 8a.m. – 5p.m.
- Aviation: Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond within 2 business days
- Cameron: Email us at email@example.com and we will respond within 2 business days
We are closed on Fridays during the summer.
The Financial Aid Office is closed for college holidays and any other time the college is closed.
We may extend hours during registration periods.
- (336) 334-4822, Option 3 from Greensboro
- (336) 454-1126, Option 3 from Jamestown/High Point
For student questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your Student ID, if possible, for a faster response
Financial Aid at GTCC is in the form of: Grants, Scholarships, Loans, and College Work Study.
All interested applicants must complete a GTCC Financial Aid Application, which includes the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form.
The priority application date is usually in March of each year. Applications will be accepted at any time; however, eligible recipients of aid may not receive their funds prior to enrollment if the application is filed after March. If aid is not awarded until after the term begins, the applicant is responsible for paying all tuition, fees and other expenses at the time of enrollment.
The Financial Aid staff will assist applicants in the application process, but will not complete the form for the applicant. Computers are available in the Financial Aid Office for student use in submitting the FAFSA via electronic media. Submitting the FAFSA application electronically reduces the time of return of the eligibility status and thus an earlier award, if eligible.
Financial Aid awards are determined each year and an application must be submitted annually during the period of enrollment. The financial aid year commences with the fall of each year and includes both spring and summer of the academic year.
For more information, visit the GTCC Financial Aid Office.
Students who are enrolled at the college pay a parking fee as part of the student fees. Parking fees are charged for each term except summer. Regardless of whether a student drives to campus or not, the fee is part of the fee structure.
Parking is permitted in any parking space on campus provided it is not otherwise marked.
Parking citations will be issued for parking in unauthorized spaces. Illegally parking in a handicapped or loading zone can result in a car being towed.
Unpaid fines can result in registration holds and transcript holds.
Parking citations can be appealed. Appeal forms may be obtained at the receptionist desk in the lobby of the Medlin Campus Center, Jamestown Campus or Campus Police offices on the other campuses.
Veterans (Military Assistance) Office Location
Room 229, Admissions and Records Office, Medlin Campus Center, Jamestown Campus
Monday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Tuesday, 10:00 am-7:00 pm
Wednesday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm
The Veterans Services coordinator works through the Financial Aid Office awarding earned benefits to veterans and other eligible recipients of benefits. All veterans and other eligible recipients interested in receiving their benefits should contact the coordinator of this office.
Visit the GTCC Veteran’s Assistance for more information.
The college bookstores are located on the Jamestown Campus, Greensboro Campus, High Point Campus, Cameron Campus, Aviation Campus.
Click here locations and schedule
The bookstore provides a variety of items: textbooks, snacks, educational supplies, uniforms, sundries, GTCC college apparel and mementos, greeting cards, small electronics, etc. Visit the bookstore at your convenience.
Payment may be made by check, credit card, or cash.
Book Return Policy
No returns on software purchases except for defective disks; however, there will be no refund-the disk will be replaced with a new one. Return in resalable condition with receipt. Full refund on textbooks returned in same condition as purchased with receipt within 10 days after classes start. After that a 48-hour return policy is in effect for returns during last 10 days of classes. Read more
Book Buy Back Policy
Condition: Any book being sold back must be in good shape with binding, covers and every page intact. Excessive highlighting, underlining or other markings may decrease a book’s buyback value.
Course Materials Order: If an instructor has requested your textbook for next term, then the value increases. Books falling into this category may be worth anywhere from 30% to 70% of the original purchase price. Generally speaking, textbooks will be purchased until we reach our shelf stock limit. Read more
Overstocks and Current Editions Not Being Used on Campus: If we have reached our limit on a particular title for next term, or if your book has not been requested for next term and is a current edition, we will pay you the highest national market price.
About Old Editions: Publishers issue new textbooks quite frequently. Ordinarily when a new edition becomes available the old editions have little or no market value. While these types of books don’t offer cash value, your book is far from being obsolete. Contact us to see what you can do to gain more value for your out-of-date textbooks.
Hours: Full-time buyback Mon-Thu, 8:00 am-8:00 pm, Friday, 8:00 am-4:00 pm. Contact the bookstore for specific dates for buyback.
The bookstore carries the cap and gown, as well as invitations for graduation. Vendors are available on campus at announced dates and times for college rings. Read more