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Order your Summer Textbooks at the Official Goldey-Beacom College Bookstore.

Technology is evolving faster than ever before. Organizations need skilled employees who are competent and confident with the latest technology. For many businesses Microsoft Office skills are no longer a luxury, but an absolute necessity. Individuals see...

This 7 week course will introduce students to the Spanish language, pronunciation, simple grammatical structures, and vocabulary. Emphasis is on oral skills with grammar and writing to support communication ability. Students will learn to engage in dialog...

Spring finally arrived and summer is right around the corner.  Our summer semester starts on May 11th.  If you have not already done so, be sure to contact the Advisement Office to schedule your classes.  Payme...

This 7 week course introduces the student to QuickBooks. Class meets May 12 - June 23 on Tuesday nights, 5:30-10:30pm.

QuickBooks software is used for daily bookkeeping in the small business environment. Throughout this course accounting concepts are reinf...

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Inclement Weather and Emergency Information

Goldey-Beacom College encourages its students, faculty, and staff to use their own discretion in determining safe travel conditions in the absence of official college closings or cancellations.
 
In the event of inclement weather or emergency, please do one of the following:
  1. Check for a text message and/or email message from the gbcALERT Notification System.
  2. Visit the College's website, www.gbc.edu. Closing information is immediately posted on the top of the homepage to the right of the College name.
  3. Call the College main number, (302) 998-8814, after 6 a.m. for an announcement of closing.
  4. Listen to one of the radio stations listed below after 5:30 a.m. for an announcement of closing. The announcement will stipulate whether it is just day classes or day and evening classes both. If the announcement does not specifically state that the College is closed for evening classes, be sure to listen again after 3 p.m. If the College is not announced as being closed for evening, then faculty and appropriate staff should report for duty.

    When the College determines it is necessary to have a delayed opening due to inclement weather, classes scheduled to be in session at the delayed opening time will begin class at that time. For example, when a two-hour delay occurs and the College opens at 10 am, classes scheduled to start at 9:30 am will plan to have class from 10 am to the regularly scheduled end time of that class. If the class is regularly scheduled for 9:30 am - 10:45 am, then that class would meet from 10 am - 10:45 am.
School closing information is reported to:
Delaware
    WSTW   93.7 FM     WRDX  92.9 FM
    WJBR     99.5 FM     WDEL   1150 AM
    WILM    1450 AM
Southern Delaware
    WDSD    94.7 FM     WAFL     97.7 FM
    WNCL   101.3 FM    WXDE   105.9 FM
    WYUS     930 AM    WDOV   1410 AM
Pennsylvania
    WVCH    740 AM     KYW NEWSRADIO   1060 AM
TV Stations
    Fox (WTXF) channel 4     NBC channel 10
    KYW channel 3 or www.kyw1060.com
New Jersey
    WSNJ       1240 AM
Thank you for your cooperation.
   

Find your current classes

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Timely Warnings

Posted in this location, you will occasionally find information regarding incidents which occurred on campus or in the local community of which we feel you should be aware.  These “Timely Warnings” are meant  to keep you alert, vigilant and conscious of recent events, though they would likely pose no imminent threat to individuals.  (In the case of a more serious threat, such as robberies, assaults, etc., the College will immediately post and send Emergency Notifications.)  By posting these Timely Warnings, GBC hopes to maintain the safe and secure campus our students expect and deserve.