Get Connected to GGU

On this page you’ll find links to everything you need as a student at Golden Gate University including the course catalog, our library resources, housing options, and more.

If you’re looking for details about any of Golden Gate University’s departments or services, you’re in the right place. Whether you’re a new student, registering for your next semester, or ready to graduate – this page is your connection to the resources you’ll need to get where you’re going.

Registrar’s Office

The Office of the Registrar serves all of Golden Gate University’s schools. In addition to meeting with us in the office, you may meet with us remotely during our morning Zoom office hours, or you may schedule an appointment to meet with us in the afternoon.

The Office of the Registrar serves all schools at GGU.

Academic Calendar

Explore the academic calendars to see all the upcoming important dates for registration, campus week, holidays, finance, and more.

View the GGU academic calendar.

Course Schedule (All Except Law)

Browse your courses, view the course schedule, and do a syllabus search. Located here are the tools you need to help plan your time in an out of class.

View the student course schedule for all programs except Law School programs.

Course Schedule (School of Law)

Law students enrolled in the BA in Law,  MLS, and JD/MBA programs should see the university course schedule for their course offerings. All other law students, click below.


University Commencement

Learn everything you’ll need to know about about this year’s Golden Gate University commencement ceremony.

Student Policies, Practices, and Procedures

This page contains quick links to the Golden Gate University Catalog for official accounting of policies, practices, and procedures.

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Course Catalog

Browse the GGU course catalog. Learn about each course in your program. Dig into elective offerings. Learn more about what you’ll be studying and your future at Golden Gate University.

View the current course catalog.

Library Services

GGU’s Otto & Velia Butz University Libraries includes a Business Library and Learning Commons which serves the entire university community, and a Law Library which serves the students, staff and faculty at the School of Law. Each library also has its own set of databases, research guides, and other resources.

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Academic Advising

At GGU, we strive to help students reach their highest potential by providing comprehensive advising services — from admission to graduation — and beyond. Academic advising is for students currently enrolled at GGU. If you are a prospective student or in the admission process, please contact your Enrollment Advisor at or 415-442-7800.

Get one-on-one advising.

Career Services

GGU offers a wide range of free career services to students and alumni. We also work closely with employers to connect them with our diverse and experienced student body.

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Student Housing

If you’re planning to live near our San Francisco campus, there are a number of off-campus housing options available to GGU students. We’re here to help as you make San Francisco your home, with a list of nearby residential housing options with a variety of amenities, close to public transportation and local attractions.

Learn more about housing options.

GGU Bookstore

The Golden Gate University Bookstore also has a wide range of student supplies and is the only place to show your school spirit with GGU branded apparel and other merchandise.

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Office of Accessible Education

It is Golden Gate University’s policy that enrolled students who have disabilities shall be given reasonable accommodations in compliance with state and federal laws.The Office of Accessible Education coordinates accommodations for students with all types of disabilities, including temporary injuries or conditions.

Discover how GGU supports accessibility for all students.

Religious Observance Calendar

Golden Gate University is a secular institution that values a diversity of religious expression. Planning for academic and extracurricular activities should be done with sensitivity to the diverse religious commitments of the community and an awareness of religious holidays. Scheduling large-scale, one-time academic or extra-curricular events on a religious holiday should be avoided whenever possible.

View the current Religious Observance Calendar.