Register for a course to be considered a current graduate student. Once registered, the Graduate Education Office provides students with a Gordon Student ID number. Access to the library, Gordon technologies, and other campus services are available to students who are registered for courses in the current term.
A list of required textbooks for each course is available on the Gordon College Bookstore website. Students are encouraged to purchase books well in advance of the first class. The Bookstore stocks a limited supply of each book and may sell out prior to the first class. Students may call the Bookstore at 978.867.4282 to see if a book is in stock. Students may buy books over the phone and have them held or shipped.
Graduate students can purchase printer points to use at many printers on campus, including in the Jenks Reference Room, Ken Olson Science Center, and Lane Student Center. To purchase printer points, please bring cash or check to the library circulation desk or to the CTS Helpdesk, both located on the third floor of the Jenks Library. The rates are $0.05 per grayscale page and $0.25 per color page. Once you have purchased printer points, please log into print.gordon.edu to choose a printer and upload your document.
Graduate students have full access to the Jenks Library at Gordon during the term for which they are registered for a class. To log in from off-campus, students will need the barcode ID number printed on the back of their student ID card. Click here for a guide to APA formatting.
Graduate students are eligible for a discounted membership at the Bennett Athletics Center.
Gordon College offers a variety of dining options on campus. You can buy coffee or snacks in Bistro 255 on the third floor of Jenks, utilize the all-you-care-to-eat dining hall in Lane Student Center, or you can request a to-go box at the cashier for the Lane café. Simply state that you are a graduate student looking to purchase a to-go meal, present the cashier with your student ID card, and pay the one-time $7 fee to buy-in to the reusable to-go green-box system. Then, pay the cost of the meal ($8.50 for breakfast/brunch, $11 for lunch or $12.50 for dinner). After class, you can return your box at the cashier and receive a green-box card. At future meals, you will need to present this card and payment for the meal to receive a box. For the full schedule of when Lane café is open, please click here. For the full menu at the Lane café, click here.
Graduate Education Inclement Weather Line
Please call 978.867.4320 for information on class cancellations due to inclement weather or other emergencies.
Gordon Police is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and can be reached as follows:
Emergency Phone: 978 867 3333
Non-emergency Phone: 978 867 4444
Final course grades are posted by faculty within two weeks of the final assignment due date. Current students may access their grades at my.gordon.edu.
An official transcript can be requested here or by logging into my.gordon.edu and selecting the “Official Transcript Requests” link (for current students). Transcript fees and other general transcript information can be found here.
For information regarding tuition, financial aid, and billing please click here.
For information regarding our registration and withdrawal policy, please click here.
Gordon Email: http://mail.gordon.edu
Students are required to use their Gordon email addresses for all course-related correspondence. The Graduate Education office and faculty will use students’ Gordon email as their primary contact.
Students may visit my.gordon.edu to access their course schedules, grades and transcripts, account balance, make payments via CASHNet, and more.
Blackboard is the educational software for Gordon graduate courses. Faculty may post syllabi and other course-related materials here.