Student Services Online Resources

Dear Students,

As classes move to Canvas and alternate modalities, GWC is committed to providing flexible services to students. If you are new to Canvas classes, here’s a video to help you prepare.

Have difficulties logging into canvas?  You can reset your password here.  Select “forgot password” at the bottom of the page.  If you need to talk to someone, please call the IT help desk (714) 438-8111, select option 2 for student help.  If you do not have internet at home and need service, internet companies are providing discounted services during the crisis.

The following student services are available in multiple modalities:

Student Online Resources

Service / Webpage Email Phone Online/Chat Video
Enrollment Services (Admissions and Records) Email (714) 892-7711 Chat Video
Financial Aid Email (714) 895-8394 Email for apt Call for info
General Counseling Email (714) 895-8799 Chat Video
CalWORKs Email (714) 895-8111 Chat Video
EOPS Email (714) 895-8768 Chat Video
DSPS Email (714) 895-8721 Chat Video
Career Center Email (714) 895-8217 Chat Video
Transfer Email (714) 895-8799 Chat Video
Library   (714) 895-8741 Chat Call for info
International Student Program (ISP) Email (714) 895-8146 Call for info Call for info
Title IX Carla Martinez (714) 895-8781 Chat Call for info
Homeless Resources Jodi or
Andrea Garcia
(714) 895-8394 Email for appt Email for appt
Graduation Christy Banales (714) 895-8138 Chat Email for appt
Certify Veteran Benefits Sonia Cazarez (714) 895-8140 Chat Email for appt
Campus Life Email (714) 895-8261 Email for Info/Appt Email for Info/Appt

Other things to know:

  • Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSP&S) contacted all students in their program and all faculty with DSPS students in their classes.  DSP&S will help faculty understand responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and we are here to help you.  If you have additional questions, please contact DSP&S for further support. Please contact DSP&S at (714) 895-8721 or  You may also learn more about our services at



  • International Student Program (ISP) contacted all students in their program to advise them on changes in federal regulations governing F-1 visa holders, resources for travel guidance, and availability of student services. Students and faculty concerned about international student issues are encouraged to contact


Mental Health:

These changes may cause some stress and uncertainty. If you notice someone who has been impacted by the situation created by COVID-19, please remind them that help is available. For students, please contact Student Health Center at (714) 895-8379.