GROSSMONT-CUYAMACA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
Visit our office
the week of July 8th
SPRING 2013 PROGRESS REPORTS ARE DUE
IN THE EOPS OFFICE:
Monday, April 1st
Spring 2013 Semester
Students Must Complete THREE Counseling
Monday, January 14th through Monday,
FIRST Counseling Appointment should be
Monday, April 1st
SECOND Counseling Appointment should
be completed by:
Tuesday, April 30th
THIRD Counseling Appointment should be
completed by: Monday,
Visit or call
our office early in the semester to make
your counseling appointment!
CARE STUDENTS - SPRING 2013
Starting on the First Day of
Meal Cards are available
for pick up AFTER
CARE Emergency Gas Cards (1 per
semester) are provided if they are available.
Parking Permits are provided if
they are available.
Grossmont College Student ID#
CARD is required for
REMEMBER TO TURN IN
Spring semester by:
Fall semester by:
(Click the Progress Report Link
BRING THE COMPLETED FORM TO THE EOPS OFFICE!
SPRING 2013 PROGRESS
REPORTS ARE DUE IN THE EOPS OFFICE:
Monday, April 1st
(Extended Opportunity Programs and Services) is a
California State funded program established
to recruit, enroll and retain students. EOPS
is designed to assist students who are
identified as economically and educationally
disadvantaged. Eligible students are
provided with a wide range of support
services to foster success at Grossmont
you can be eligible for EOPS, you need to:
1. Complete the BOGW (Board
of Governor's Fee Waiver) with the Financial Aid Office.
2. Be enrolled in 12
units or more at the time you apply for EOPS or have a DSPS
waiver on units.
3. Have taken the
Math/English Assessment placement test in the Assessment Center.
4. Have all other
college official transcripts on file
Admissions & Records Office.
5. Have completed
less than 70 degree applicable college credits/units.
Note: Completing the
application process does not guarantee entry
into the EOPS program.
- (Cooperative Agencies Resources for
Education) 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 the development of potential ability through academic
support and financial assistance.
CARE: The student
the children must be receiving CASHAID (actual money) and his/her
children must be 13 years of age or younger. CARE students cannot be
married OR students who are married, but the spouse is not in the
house might qualify. In addition, all CARE students must meet
the eligibility requirements for EOPS.
- Grossmont College CalWORKs program provides intensive instruction,
counseling and support services such as internship, job search
employment preparation opportunities and childcare assistance as
well as work experience/work-study opportunities for students
currently receiving TANF/CASH AID benefits. CalWORKs assists
students in preparing for immediate and successful employment.
In addition, CalWORKs staff serves as a liaison between the college
and the San Diego County of Health and Human Services [HHSA]
(Department of Social Services).
student must be receiving CASHAID for themselves (actual money).
is a VTEA grant funded program
for full-time students enrolled in
vocational majors. New Horizons
provides assistance to single parents,
displaced homemakers or single pregnant
women. The services provided by the program
include textbook support, transportation
funds, parking permits, academic, career and
personal counseling. Inquire with the
CalWORKs technician for application process.