The Global Citizens Credential (GCC) is an undergraduate credential offered at the University of Houston that recognizes students for activities that build global knowledge and skills. This program is targeted to all globally engaged students. The Global Citizens Credential will allow students to enhance their degrees with a set of core competencies that will distinguish them as global citizens including global knowledge, global engagement, and global responsibility. Program completers are awarded a transcript notation, a Provost certificate, and an honor cord.
The GCC is open to any UH undergraduate student in good academic standing with a GPA of 2.00 or above
The Graduate Global Citizens Credential is available to all graduate and professional students at UH. Visit the GGCC site for more details.
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Steps to Complete
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GCC graduates receive:
- 'Global Citizens Credential' Transcript Notation
- Signed Certificate
- Honor Cord for Graduation
Graduates will be invited to a certificate ceremony to celebrate their accomplishments.
Students who complete the GCC will have a $25 'Graduation Application Fee' placed on their account by the Registrar to cover the processing of the transcript and certificate.