Consumer Information

 

The United States Department of Education Federal Code amendment 34 CFR §668.43 requires that all institutions that participate in Title IV federal programs provide student professional license disclosures.  Institutions must disclose to students whether their curriculum satisfies the education requirements for licensure or certification in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and specified U.S. territories.

The programs listed below meet the Oklahoma licensure or certification requirements, and graduates are eligible to obtain a state or professional license.   A determination has not been made if these programs meet the individual educational requirements for licensure or certification in all other states, the District of Columbia or specified U.S. Territories.  

 

Health Careers Education Programs

Long Term Care Nurse Aide

Licensed Practical Nurse

Trade & Industrial Education Programs

Cosmetology

The U.S. Department of Education’s Notice of Implementation (Federal Register/Vol. 70, No. 99/Tuesday, May 24, 2005), requires all educational institutions receiving federal funding to provide an educational program pertaining to the United States Constitution beginning on September 17, 2005. September 17th is the date which commemorates the 1787 signing of the Constitution. During the years when September 17th occurs on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday, the program must be held during either the preceding or following week. GCTC observes Constitution Day in accordance with the guidance provided by the Department of Education. GCTC will have a program to be determined on an annual basis.
 
 
Information on Green Country Technology Center's student body diversity in regards to gender and ethnicity of enrolled, full-time students who receive Federal Pell Grants can be found by clicking: