Project of the Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program Director
- Ms. Shirley Colvin
The Biology department at Gadsden State Community College is dedicated to meeting the individual needs of the student. We offer small class size and the personal attention which can only be afforded within the community college setting. Our faculty is derived from professionals whose experience ranges from field biology to Medical Technology and Nutrition. We have a combined experience of over 80 years in Biological education.
The mission of the Science Division is to provide an opportunity for students to achieve their highest potential in education in the natural sciences for the student population within Gadsden State Community College's service area. This is accomplished by offering a wide variety of freshman and sophomore courses in biology, chemistry, physics, physical science and aquatic science to serve the needs of Gadsden State students seeking associate degrees or certificates.
Student Support Services - Wallace Drive Campus (Gadsden)
We are now accepting new student applications!
To complete an application, please visit our office (Inzer Hall - 3rd floor).
Welcome to Student Support Services - Ayers Campus (Anniston)
We are currently accepting new applications for FALL 2017!
To complete an application, please visit our office (APM Building) or set up an appointment (256-832-1211 OR firstname.lastname@example.org):
Welcome to Student Support Services!
Are you a first generation student?
Do you have a documented disability?
Are you eligible for Financial Aid?
If you answered YES to at least one of these questions, you are in the right place!
Grade Reports & Exams
Grade Reports & Exams
Grading System – The letters below are generally used to indicate grades and enrollment status, although certain programs may use a different scale for the numerical values of grades.
Health Sciences Program Applications
Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) Wallace Drive Campus
In order for a student to be granted credit for a class, the student’s name must appear on the official class roll. Students registered for a class must receive a grade for that class unless the class is deleted by the college or dropped by the student. The phrases listed and explained below refer to important elements of the registration process and the status of a registered student: