The academic year is based on a semester system. The College operates Monday through Friday. While the majority of classes are held during the daytime, evening courses may be offered depending on enrollment. Clinical experiences in nursing courses may extend into evening hours. Clinical hours in some courses will require 12 hour shifts throughout days, nights and/or weekends. Vacations are scheduled throughout the curriculum. Summer, Christmas and spring breaks are scheduled. Holidays are observed on Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and the Friday following, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Martin Luther King Day and the 4th of July.
The credit hour is based on the number of class hours per week. One credit requires one hour (fifty minutes) of class time per week for a 15 week semester, or its equivalency. Processes are in place to verify credit hour equivalency between face-to-face and other course delivery formats. One credit hour is assigned for three hours of laboratory and clinical experience. The number of credit hours for each course is published in the syllabi and in the curriculum plan and course descriptions section of the catalog.
General Administration Policy
The College reserves the right to change without notice rules, policies, tuition and fees, curricula, courses or other administrative or educational policies. You may contact the College at (513) 862-2743 for the most up-to-date information.
Nursing students in the Associate Degree program are required to wear the GSC nursing uniform for clinical nursing courses. BSN students are required to wear the GSC uniform lab coat. GSC uniforms can be purchased at Roberts Medical Uniforms.
Booklists and textbook purchase information are published on the GSC website at http://www.gscollege.edu/Textbook-Information.aspx.
Textbook information including ISBN and cost can also be found in the Student SONIS account with the schedule and book tab upon registration.
All students of the College are assigned an official college email address through the College’s IT Department. Official correspondence will be through the College email. It is the student’s responsibility to check their email on a daily basis.