Student Support

Oversees and is committed to providing an array of comprehensive programs and services that supports recruitment, retention, transition, and academic success of Grossmont College students.

 

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Accessibility Resource Center - ARC

ARC

Provides services for students with disabilities and learning differences.  Offers academic, personal and career counseling; academic accommodations; disability management; and more. 

 

Location Building 60-120 
Email grossmont.arc@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-7112
Fax (619) 644-7980 (fax)
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website ARC Website

 

Admissions and Records - A&R

 

A&R 

Get help applying and enrolling to Grossmont College.  Learn about waitlists, add codes, crashing course and more. 

 

Location Building 10-150 
Email grossmont.admissions@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-7186
Headset Get Virtual Help
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website A&R Website
More info

More Info:

  • Financial Aid: Green counter
  • Assessments:  Red counter
  • Admissions & Records:  Blue counter
  • General Counseling:  Yellow counter
Associated Student Government -  ASGC  

 

ASGC

The ASGC is the student governing organization responsible for regulating student organizations to ensure they are operating equitably and following ASGC By-laws, Constitution, and College policy. It is also responsible for allocating funds to clubs and organizations for events and activities that can be enjoyed by the student body.

 

Location Building 60-110 
Email heriberto.vasquez@gcccd.edu
Website ASGC Website

 

Athletics

 

Athletics

Student Athletes who participate in intercollegiate sports work with specialized counselors to develop an educational plan. Counselors with other campus programs to help athletes maintain grade requirements while ensuring matriculation under the guidelines of the PCAC and CCCAA.

 

Location Building 41-124 
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website Athletics Website

 

Basic Needs

 

Basic Needs

Programs and resources to assist Grossmont College students in meeting their basic needs to promote academic success.  Services include but are not limited to: child care, health services, food pantry access and more.

 

Location Building 60-206
Email susan.berry@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-7600
Website Basic Needs Website

 

 

Bookstore

 

Bookstore

Shop by product title, author or ISBN.  Search for a customized list of course materials using the course materials finder.  

 

Location Building 62-640B
Phone (619) 644-7674
Website Bookstore Website

 

CalWORKs

 

CalWORKs

CalWORKs is a public assistance program that provides cash aid and services to eligible families that have a child(ren) in the home. 

 

Location Building 38E 102A
Phone (619) 644-7552
Headset Get Virtual Help
Website CalWORKs Website

 

Career Services

 

Career Services

Grossmont College offers services to help students, graduates and alumni find employment. Whether you are looking for the pathway to a new career, are an adult returning to school, or looking for a job while you are attending Grossmont College, this is where to find help.

Location Building 60-140
Email g-career.counter@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-7614
Headset Get Virtual Help
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website Career Center Website
More info

More Info:

  • Career Center
  • Student Employment Center
  • Adult Re-Entry Center

 

Cashier's Office

 

Cashier's Office

Accepts payments, provides refunds, sets up direct deposit and other fee-based services to students, faculty, and staff.

 

Location Building 10-110
Email grossmont.cashier@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-7660
Website Cashier Website

 

Child Development Center

 

Child Development Center

Provide for the care and education of young children while their parents attend school or are employed by Grossmont College

 

Location Building 32A-T300C 
Email

maura.mehrian@gcccd.edu or sherri.smith@gcccd.edu 

Phone (619) 644-7716 or (619) 644-7715
Website Child Development Website

 

Counseling Center

 

Counseling Center

The counseling department helps students develop an educational path to achieve educational and career goals.  Counselors work with other campus programs to connect students with the resources needed to ensure student success. You may also request advising using one of our other Counseling Services.

 

Location Building 10-162 
Email grossmont.counselingcenter@gcccd.edu
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment or drop-in
Phone (619) 644-7208
Website  Counseling Website

 

Dream Center

 

Dream Center

Supports undocumented and mixed status students at Grossmont College. Provides a safe space for students and their families while fostering equal access to educational resources. We define "undocumented" to include all immigrants who reside in the United States without legal status.

 

Website Dream Center Website

 

EOPS - CARE - NextUp

 

EOPS - CARE - NextUp

The Educational Opportunity Program, or EOPS, is a counseling and academic support program designed to help low-income and first-generation college students succeed in college. 

Specialized programs include:

 

CARE is a California State funded program designed to recruit and assist single parent recipients of CalWORKs. CARE provides support services and/or grant funds to assist single parents with academic support and financial assistance.

 

NextUp is a California State-funded program designed to provide extra support for foster youth as they transition to independent living.

 

Location Building 60-125 
Email grossmont.eops@gcccd.edu
Questions Quick questions
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website EOP  - CARE - NextUp Website

 

Financial Aid

 

Financial Aid

Eliminate financial worries and get help paying for college. Dedicated to providing high-quality service in a fair, sensitive, and confidential environment to all students, regardless of background, culture, or lifestyle. 

 

Location Building 10-109 
Questions Questions
Headset Get Virtual Help
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website Financial Aid Website

 

First Year Experience - FYE

 

FYE

First Year Experience (FYE) is a year-long college support service focused on encouraging first year students towards academic achievement, social integration, and personal success with the assistance of a strong support network of peers, staff, and faculty.

 

Location Building 10-171
Email grossmont.FYE@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-7244
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
(For current FYE students only)
Website FYE Website

 

Health & Wellness

 

Health & Wellness Center

Services in the health and wellness office are offered free of charge or at low cost to any enrolled student that has paid the health fee. Staffed with a licensed therapist and a registered nurse.

 

Location Building 60-130 
Email grossmont.health@gcccd.edu.
Phone (619) 644-7192
Fax (619) 644-7025
Schedule an appointment Contact a nurse
Report Covid case or exposure
Report a Covid case or exposure
Website Health & Wellness Center Website

 

F1 Visa - International Students

 

F1 Visa - International Students

Get help settling in the United States with the support of our international student specialist and counselors.  Emphasis supporting international students during their first semester continuing throughout their course of study.

 

Location Building  10-161
Email grossmont.international@gcccd.edu
Headset Get Virtual Help
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website International Students Website

 

Justice Scholar

 

Justice Scholar Program

The Grossmont Justice Scholar Program is a program specifically designed to serve the formerly incarcerated students and help them on their academic and personal journey at Grossmont college and beyond.

 

Location Building  38E-102A
Phone (619) 644-7373
Email yohany.coronabatalon@gcccd.edu
Website Justice Scholar Website

 

 

Library

 

Library

An essential partner in teaching and learning that collaborates with the campus community to provide convenient, equitable access to information resources.

 

Location Building 70-154 
Email grossmont.libcirc@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-7361 
(general help & research questions)

24/7 Chat with a librarian 24/7 Chat with a librarian
Phone (619) 644-7356
(course materials, library accounts, & renewals)
Website Library Website

 

Mental Health Services

 

Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services provides students with emotional wellness so they can achieve their academic goals. Our counselors not only help students cope with grief, loss, anxiety and stress, they connect students with campus and community resources.

 

Location Building 60-130 
Email grossmont.mentalhealth@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-7192
Fax (619) 644-7025 (fax)
Schedule an appointment Request Services
Website Mental Health Services Website

 

 

Outreach

 

Outreach

Supports and guides prospective high school students, adult learners and the community through interest, exploration, and enrollment to Grossmont College. Outreach Ambassadors empowers students by providing the most up-to-date information, program contacts, and clear pathways to successfully matriculate through the enrollment process. 

 

Location Building 10-156 
Phone (619) 644-7240  or (619) 644-7222
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website Outreach Website

 

Placement Assessments

 

Placement Assessments

The placement and assessment was established to enable all students an opportunity to achieve probable success along their academic pathway. The process is designed to help students determine which English or math courses they should start with.  Assessments also helps students meet course prerequisites.

 

Location Building 10-170 
Email grossmont.assessment@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-7200
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website Placement Assessments Website

 

PUENTE

 

PUENTE Project

The Puente Project is an academic preparation program designed to improve the college enrollment and success for educationally disadvantaged students. The project's mission is to increase the number of educationally disadvantaged students who:

  • Enroll in four-year colleges and universities
  • Earn college degrees
  • Return to the community as mentors and leaders of future generations
Location Building  10-161C
Email michele.toral@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-1760
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website PUENTE Project Website

 

Student Affairs

 

Student Affairs

Provides student-oriented environment to facilitate academic and personal achievements. Facilitates communication between faculty, staff and connects students to programs, activities and other resources for an enhanced educational experience. 

 

Location Building 60-204
Email grossmont.studentaffairs@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-7600
Website Student Affairs Website

 

 

 

Success Coach

 

Success Coach

Success Coaches help students improve study habits; develop time management and organizing skills, and more.  Success Coaches work with other campus programs to connect students with the resources needed to ensure student success.

 

Location Building 70-202
Email grossmont.success@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 644-7382
text message icon (619) 738-3380 (text)
Website Success Coach Website



Transfer Center

 

Transfer Center

Provides guidance and services to successfully transfer to a four-year university.  Learn about transfer requirements for California State University (CSU), University of California (UC), independent and/or private out-of-state colleges.

Location Building 10-173 
Email grossmont.transfer@gcccd.edu
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website Transfer Center Website

 

Tutoring Center

 

Tutoring Center

The tutoring center provides both online and in person services to currently enrolled students. Schedule an appointment or take advantage of a drop-in Zoom session. 

 

Location

TechMall:  Building 70
General Tutoring:  First Floor
Math Study Center: Building 70-112

English Writing and Humanities Center: Building 70-119

Email grossmont.tutoringcenter@gcccd.edu
Schedule an appointment Schedule free tutoring appointment
Website Tutoring Website

 

UMOJA

 

UMOJA

Program designed to assist African American and other historically underrepresented students who desire to transfer to a four-year college or university.  Through Umoja, students prepare for transfer while taking culturally relevant coursework and participate in enriching activities with students who share similar goals.

 

Location Building 10-161B
Email jason.allen@gcccd.edu
Phone (619) 844-3089
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website UMOJA Website

 

Veterans Services

 

Veterans Services

Serving both men and women from military transition to the completion of their academic goals.  Veterans Services provides support in academics, community, and wellness.  The Veterans Resource Center is a central point of entry for active duty, and reserve service members.

 

Location Building 21-253 
Email grossmont.veteransresourcecenter@gcccd.edu
(Academic Advising & Resource Referrals)
Phone (619) 644-2237
(Academic Advising & Resource Referrals)
Email grossmontva@gcccd.edu
(General Questions & Processing VA Benefits)
Phone (619) 644-7165
(General Questions & Processing VA Benefits)
Schedule an appointment Schedule an appointment
Website Veterans Services Website
Website Veterans Resource Center - VRC Website