What is FastTrack?
FastTrack is a three-week learning lab to help you strengthen your academic and study skills and prepare you to re-take your placement tests through a combination of web-based and professional tutor-guided activities, You will also learn about college resources to help you be more successful in your academic career.
FastTrack is free to students who have:
- Not started their class sequence within their eligible subject,
- And who have at least one score that falls within the following ranges:
|Subject||FastTrack Qualifying Score|
|IRW (Integrated Reading and Writing)||
Accuplacer Writing: 1- 5 or SAT ERWS below 450 or ACT Combined Reading and Writing 30 or below
|Math||ALEKS PPL: 11 - 29|
Discover the benefits
- Support from a Success Coach and Lab Facilitator.
- Get to know GRCC’s campus and meet students.
- A higher assessment score may allow you to bypass ONE of the following required courses: IRW 097, 098, 099 or MA 097, 098, 099 -- allowing you to move directly into the related college-level course.
- Moving directly into a college-level course will save you time and money.
Qualifying students interested in FastTrack
- Submit an interest form.
- A success coach will follow up with you.
During success coach follow-up
- You will schedule a meeting with a success coach.
- You will be provide further details about the program.
Once you meet with a success coach, you can register for the time and date that best fits your schedule.
FastTrack Summer 2021
Summer 2021 FastTrack registration is closed. Stay tuned for program information and registration dates for Summer 2022. For more information about FastTrack Summer 2022, please email James Setchfield at email@example.com.
Hear from a student
When asked "What part of the FastTrack program did you enjoy most?" One student said:
"I feel very confident about starting college in the fall, and that I am going to succeed in a college setting. This is a really good summer college prep lab. Plus I'm now connected with the right people and now know someone to go to when I have problems or need help with anything. Most incoming freshmen would benefit from taking this course, I highly recommended it."