Step by Step Process for Registration
Step by Step Process
What happens after you have been accepted?
You will be receiving your Acceptance Packet in the mail. This packet will include an enrollment checklist and will guide you through the next steps in the enrollment process, which includes:
Information on financial aid and scholarships
Registration for classes
Once you are accepted you will be able to log into EdNet. The EDNET system allows you to view grades, unofficial transcripts, financial aid information, registration status, course list, closed course list, and academic standing.
To log into the system:
Navigate to the Glenville State College website.
Click “Current Students."
Click on “EDNET."
Click on “Enter Secure Area.”
When the next page loads you will then be prompted to enter your User ID which is the last 8 digits of your student ID number.
Your pin number is your birthday, but make sure you enter it as daymonthyear. For example, if your birthday is - December 31, 1989, your pin number would be 311289.
If you need assistance please contact the Registrar's Office at 304-462-6120 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orientation to Blackboard
At Glenville State College we use Blackboard as our Learning Management System. Click here to watch a brief video on how to navigate Blackboard. If you have any questions contact the Blackboard Helpdesk at 304-462-6449 or Blackboard.Help@glenville.edu.
Decide on a Major
Currently, Glenville offers six degree programs online. These are as follows:
Meeting with your Advisor
You will be contacted by the Academic Success Center (ASC) after you have been fully accepted to Glenville State College. The ASC will work closely with you to answer any questions you might have. You will also be assigned an academic advisor. However, the ASC will remain in contact with you as you continue your college career.
Your academic advisor will help you transition to college life. They will also help you develop an academic plan to earn your degree. When needed, they will connect you with the appropriate resources on campus to aid in your success at Glenville State College.
Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships
Federal and State Financial Aid – WV residents should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 1 for PROMISE Scholarship consideration and by April 15 for WV Grant consideration. All other students should submit a FAFSA as soon as possible to prevent delayed award notifications. Click here to view our financial aid checklist.
Scholarships – All incoming students will automatically be considered for Glenville State College academic scholarships if you applied by the February 15 priority deadline and submitted preliminary transcripts and test scores. Returning students should submit an Academic Scholarship Application, found below:
Purchase Your Textbooks
Students may track their books and supplies through Barnes & Noble's First Day Complete Program.
Your Student E-Mail Account
As a student of Glenville State College you are assigned an email address and password when you register for classes.
You can check your email account by going to mail.glenville.edu
Your email address is Lastname.FirstnameMiddleinitial@gsc.glenville.edu. As an example, if your name is John P. Smith your email address is Smith.JohnP@gsc.glenville.edu.
Your password is the word Passw0rd, make sure the P is capitalized and the o is a zero.
Please log into your email as soon as possible and change your password. If you do not within 90 days after creation it will be deactivated.
If you need assistance please contact the Help Desk at 304-462-6140.
Academic Success Center – Student Services
Glenville State College accommodates physically and learning disabled students. Please visit the Disability Services page to learn more about their services and to begin the process to request aid.
Additional Contact Information
Financial Aid Counselor
Academic Success Counselor – Disability Services