|It shall be the policy of the Governing Board of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca
Community College District to implement the educational philosophy by
providing a variety of programs. These shall be known as:
A. An instructional program composed of:
Transfer courses equivalent to the lower division curriculum of
universities and colleges for students who plan to continue their
education at a baccalaureate institution.
Vocational and career education courses to provide technical skills and
knowledge for beginning employment, retraining and advancement.
General education courses to broaden knowledge, skills, attitudes and
values, to develop analytical ability and critical thinking, and to foster
interest in life-long learning in the educational, scientific, and
cultural fields essential for effective participation in a complex
Developmental courses to assist inadequately prepared students to succeed
in college course work.
B. A student services program composed of:
Academic and vocational support services and personal support services to
provide students with sufficient opportunity to achieve educational
Co-curricular activities to provide opportunities for personal development
and social responsibility.
C. A learning resources program composed of:
Programs and services to support and to supplement the instructional,
student services and community education programs.
D. A community education program composed of:
Continuing education non-credit courses which are eligible for state
support and are designed to provide education and training in areas of
Community services courses, workshops, seminars, forums and institutes to
provide for the special educational, cultural, avocational and
recreational needs of the community.