CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Great Lakes Boat Building School (GLBBS) continues to monitor and assess the situation regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19). GLBBS’ first and foremost concern revolves around student and staff health. Effective March 16, 2020, in an effort to reduce human interactions and potential spread of the virus, GLBBS will remain closed to the general public until further notice.

Great Lakes Boat Building School

Application Checklist

Your Application Checklist

Below you’ll find complete instructions for completing your Application

STEP 1 – APPLY FOR ADMISSION

Select your program and your preferred start year, and Apply for Admission. GLBBS’ application requires a $100 fee to be paid online or by mailing a check to the school at 485 S. Meridian St. Cedarville, MI 49719. If you are unable to pay the $100 fee, you may now submit a Request for Admission Application Fee Waiver form.

STEP 2 – SUBMIT HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPTS

Request an official copy of your most recent high school transcript or GED results. Home school students who do not have a transcript should complete the Home School Supplement form. For those who cannot access their transcript, please complete the Admissions Requirement Attestation Form

STEP 4 – ADMISSIONS INTERVIEW

Be prepared to share your accomplishments and your career goals. The interview will
take 20-30 minutes and must be completed before your application can be forwarded to
the Admissions Selection Committee for Admittance.

OPTIONAL

Submit Letter(s) of Reference, submit unofficial copies of your ACT/SAT Test Scores, submit FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Once you have submitted all of your information and completed your Admissions Interview, your application will be forwarded to the Admissions Selection Committee.  You will be notified within ten days of your acceptance or denial.  Scholarship applications will also be reviewed and if you are selected, you will be notified.  If you have any questions, please contact our Admissions Advisor at (906) 440-9782.

If you have submitted a FAFSA, you will be contacted by the Financial Aid Office if more information is needed.  Your official award letter will be sent to you after review.