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Pre-Registration Tasks

Meningitis Vaccination – State Law

All new GC credit and some continuing education (non-credit) students under the age of 22 must submit evidence of being immunized against meningococcal meningitis within the past five years. The requirements is the result of the 82nd Texas Legislature’s passage of Senate Bill 1107. It applies to all first-time freshmen, all new transfer students, all new and returning students. Students who do not provide the appropriate documentation will be withdrawn from their classes.



Texas law requires that all new students in a public college or university have their academic skill level assessed prior to entry in a college-level class. The assessment helps students understand their skill levels in reading, writing and math and enables them to enroll in classes that appropriately match each individual’s skill level. All students are required to complete a Pre-Assessment Activity that includes a quick review of sample test questions. Additional information about testing can be found in the college's Testing Center pages on the website. 


College 101: Orientation

College 101 is required for prospective, new and transfer students interested in attending Grayson College. The program is designed for students graduating from high school, those who are attending college to brush up on their skills, changing careers, or developing personal interests. College 101 assists in making the transition to college.

To be released for online scheduling of classes, students are required to attend College 101, which can be taken online or in person. The following students should be prepared to complete the orientation:

  • All students who have stopped out of GC for more than one year
  • All new students to GC
  • All transfer students regardless of the number of hours. (Transfer students must see an academic advisor to initiate transfer credit evaluation and have a degree audit uploaded in My Viking. All transfer students who may be on probation at another college must visit an academic advisor prior to enrolling at GC.)