What does GCIT stand for?

What does GCIT stand for?

GCIT. Graduate Certificate in Information Technology.

What programs does Gcit offer?

About Our Programs

  • About Our Programs.
  • Automotive Technology.
  • Biological Sciences.
  • Computer Science.
  • Cosmetology.
  • Construction Technology.
  • Culinary Arts & Baking & Pastry Arts.
  • Digital Media.

Do you have to live in Gloucester County to go to Gcit?

GCIT is the vocational-technical school for Gloucester County residents. You must live in Gloucester County to apply and attend. The only exception is in the area of Performing Arts, if your local district does not provide it.

Is Gcit a good school?

Gloucester County Institute of Technology is ranked #10,695 in the National Rankings. Schools are ranked on their performance on state-required tests, graduation and how well they prepare students for college.

How can I apply for Gcit?

How do I apply to GCIT? Complete an online application, electronically signed by a parent/guardian, by January 1, 2022. Applications are not time sensitive as long as they are received by the deadline. The Admissions Department will contact your local Gloucester County public school for your transcript information.

How big is Gcit?

With 1,082 students in grades 10-12, the school was classified by the NJSIAA for the 2019–20 school year as Group IV for most athletic competition purposes, which included schools with an enrollment of 1,060 to 5,049 students in that grade range.

How many students go to Gcit?

1,559Gloucester County Institute of Technology / Number of students (2020–2021)

What does GCIT do for the community?

GCIT is heavily involved in the community and provides services to the public. GCIT offers several services to the public. For example, the School of Cosmetology offers salon services, the School of Culinary Arts offers a catering menu and takes orders for the bakery.

How many students are accepted at GCIT?

GCIT currently accepts approximately 350 students per year. Acceptance is based on final marking period grades from 7th grade and the beginning marking period grades for 8th grade, as well as state standardized test scores, attendance and a mandatory shadow visit.

Who is the Title IX coordinator at GCIT?

Title IX Coordinator Allie Jones 856-468-1445  x1023 ADA/Section 504 Staff Coordinator Allie Jones 856-468-1445  x1023 Title II Coordinator Brian Shakespeare 856-468-1445 x2228 GCIT Alumni Total Entries: 928

When is the GCIT talent show?

GCIT Talent Show on March 25th! 7-9 pm Show All 3/23/22 3/21/22 3/18/22 3/17/22 3/16/22 Show All FeaturedAlbums FCCLA Dinner Theater & Chicago Teen Mental Wellness Day Chili Cookoff Affirmative Action Officer Brian Shakespeare 856-468-1445  x2228 ADA/Section 504 Student Coordinator Dr. Susan Heiken 856-468-1445  x2021 Title IX Coordinator