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Placement Testing and Advising

Have you made an appointment to take your placement assessment? 

Call 1-866-554-2773, ext. 3044 to schedule your appointment. Click here to get more information on placement testing and advising.

Career Coach

Career Coach is a FREE resource designed to help students explore careers by providing the most current local data on wages, employment, education and training, as well as a career assessment that considers the student’s interests, skills, and values.

Choosing a Major is equally as important. Garrett College offers Associate of Arts and Associate of Science transfer programs, non-degree transfer programs, and both degree and certificate career advancement programs.

Know yourself, explore your options, choose one option, develop an action plan, and evaluate your decision.


International Applicants

Garrett College is proud of its international student population and welcomes new students looking to study in the United States.  

International students interested in enrolling at Garrett College in the fall term must submit all required documents by June 1st; the deadline date for the spring semester is October 1st.  A list of required documents can be provided by contacting the coordinator of admissions at, or by calling 301-387-3746. 

All applicants for whom English is not a native language must provide evidence of English proficiency as part of the admissions application process. TOEFL score varies depending on the testing measurement.  A minimum of 550 is required on a paper-based TOEFL; 213 computer based TOEFL; and 80 iBT TOEFL or a 6 on the IELTS. Documents can be emailed to me or faxed to 1-301-387-3038; original copies must be submitted before the start of classes. 

An international student with good secondary school grades may be eligible to receive an academic scholarship.  The estimated cost of attendance for an international student is approximately $19,000 per year ($38,000 for two years), depending on where they decide to live—on or off campus. Part of the application requirement is to show proof of financial support for one year ($19,000).