How to Apply
Grayson College Enrollment Steps
The following steps are required for all students. Additional steps may apply depending on the type of student you are. You must provide a valid email address and social security number on your application. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions regarding the admissions process.
2) Submit required documents to the Admissions Office
- Meningitis Vaccination or exemption waiver for students under the age of 22.
- Official high school transcript with graduation date, or GED.
- Homeschool Graduates will also need to complete a homeschool affidavit to turn in with their homeschool transcript.
- Official college or university transcripts.
- Test scores that qualify for exemptions.
3) Test Scores & TSI Assessment
- Students who do not have test exemptions are required by Texas law to have their academic skills assessed prior to enrolling in classes. If you are unsure if you meet the testing exemptions contact email@example.com
For the Pre-assessment: Click HereFor testing
- Associate's degree or higher from an accredited college or university.
- SAT: Before 3-5-2016 1070 Composite, 500 Critical Reading, Verbal, & 500 Math. After 3-5-2016 480 EBRW and 530 Math
- ACT: 23 Composite, 19 English, & 19 Math.
- TAKS (11th Grade): 2200 ELA, 2200 Math, & 3 or 4 Essay.
- STAAR: English III Level 2 (Score of 2000 writing and/or in reading) & Algebra II Level 2 (Score of 4000)
- VETERANS: DD 214 Form
All test scores expire 5 years after the test date.
Meet with an academic advisor to select your classes and enroll. Distance Learners contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To view semester class listings visit course search
5) Attend Class
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Students who are eligible to enroll themselves will use
Most continuing students who have completed the Admissions
To be successful in your online enrollment:
Online registration is available from any Internet-accessible computer using Internet Explorer 7 or Firefox 3.0 or higher.
All monetary holds such as parking tickets, etc. or admissions
holdsmust be cleared before scheduling classes.
You may register as soon as early registration is open for the semester. Refer to the Academic Calendar for specific start and end dates of online registration.
Special cases (such as Dual Credit students, students in developmental courses, and others) will still have to be handled by the Admissions Office / Counseling Services.
You must pay online or in the Business Office before you are officially registered. CHECK YOUR ACCOUNT! (See Payment Information and Options)
Steps for Online Registration and Adding/Dropping courses:
Select Registration and read carefully the online registration statement.
Select the term for which you are enrolling
minimestercourses are considered additions to your Fall schedule
minimestercourses are considered to be additions to your Spring schedule
Choose 'filter’ to help narrow course choices.
Helpful tips: When changing a schedule, be sure to ADD a course before DROPPING a course.
When enrolling in a course with a corresponding/required lab, enroll in the lab course first, then add the course.
If currently enrolled in a pre-requisite class, you may need to register on-site rather than online.
Dropping a course after the designated Schedule Change period must be completed through the student services office.