Locations / Directions

Room locations for this year's "One Book, One Campus" events will be posted to the

Calendar as this information becomes available.

Directions to the Campus

Click HERE for more information about Grossmont College Parking Services.

Driving

NOTEVisitor parking is available at the meters in front of the main administration building

or in student parking lots using a one-day parking permit available from the permit machines

located in all parking lots. One-day parking permits are $2.

Interstate 8

From Interstate 8, East or West, take Highway 125 North to the Grossmont College Drive exit.

Turn right at the first stop light (Grossmont College Drive).  Go across the bridge to the

second traffic signal. Go straight onto the Grossmont College perimeter road.

Highway 94

From Highway 94 East, take Highway 125 North to the Grossmont College Drive exit. Turn

right at the first stop light (Grossmont College Drive). Go across the bridge to the second

traffic signal. Go straight onto the Grossmont College perimeter road.

Highway 52

From Highway 52 East, take Highway 125 South to the Grossmont College Drive exit. Turn

right at the first stop light (Grossmont College Drive). Go straight onto the Grossmont College

perimeter road.

Using public transportation

Grossmont College is available to MTS Bus Route 854, by which connections can be made

from other bus routes and from the San Diego Trolley System.  More information about

routes and timetables is available from the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System website.

Using a bicycle

Bicycle riders should investigate surface streets with bicycle lanes and official bicycle routes

before journeying to the campus.   Bicycle

racks are conveniently located near all major campus entry points.

Health and Safety

Click HERE for to learn about Grossmont College public safety.

Grossmont College campus values the health and safety of its community and, for our

disabled students, employees and visitors, is accessible to wheelchairs and other

ambulatory aides considered to be medically necessary.  Skateboards, bicycles, roller

skates, roller blades and other wheel-operated devices not recognized to be ambulatory

aides are strictly forbidden anywhere on the campus walkways.

Unlicensed alcoholic beverages are also forbidden and may not be brought onto the

campus during the festival events.  As of Jan. 1, 2009, Grossmont College has become a

smoking-free and tobacco-free environment.  Smoking and chewing tobacco are not

permitted anywhere on the Grossmont College campus.  For more information about the

Smoking Ordinance Board Policy, please visit Grossmont College's "Smoking Policy"

webpage.

For your health safety and convenience, antimicrobial hand sanitizer dispensers are

accessible across the campus and in all restrooms.