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Cost, Financial Aid & Student Assistance

The total cost to complete the full two years of the program is approximately $5,000 for California residents, not including cost of living. Out of State and International student tuition will be higher.

Grossmont College is part of the California Community College system and requires an enrollment fee for all students, payable at the time of registration. All students are also required to pay a health fee. A parking fee will be charged to students using the parking facilities. Check the current class schedule for other costs. A student benefit card is optional, but highly recommended. Students are required to purchase their own textbooks, scrubs and supplies.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Apply for or renew financial aid on line at or visit the Financial Aid Office. Early application is strongly suggested.

Full Time Program

Students enrolled in the Cardiovascular Technology Program must enroll as full-time students.  The two-year CVT Program is a full-time course of study.  To review a complete description of hours required by the program please click here.  A list of CVT course sequences defined by specialty track can be viewed here.

Full time program status equivalency description for financial aid

Financial Aid & Scholarship help for Health Occupations Students

Student Assistance

To enhance the quality of instructional programs and assist students in achieving their academic goals, Student Services, in addition to its Admissions, Financial Aid, and Counseling departments, provides the following services: Assessment, Bookstore, Career Planning, Disabled Students Services, EOPS, Health Services, Re-Entry Center, Tutoring and Student Affairs (Associated Students of Grossmont College).

All new students are encouraged to attend one of the New Student Advising Sessions.  For more information contact the Grossmont College Counseling Center.

Last Updated: 11/02/2018
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