State regulations prohibit Grossmont College from offering
distance education to students residing in another state without prior
approval from that state. As a result, students who are enrolled
entirely in on-line courses at Grossmont College
must reside in California during that semester
to be eligible for federal aid for the term.
Students must verify their place
of residence with the Financial Aid Office.
This can be done by submitting a copy of a recent^:
Utility bill (cable, water, gas & electric)
agreement which verifies residence at a California address
Bank Statements, cell phone bill, insurance bill,
credit card bill, car insurance**
will be required to turn in an additional statement explaining why
you donít have any utility bills under your name.
If none of the above can be provided, you will
need to contact your Financial Aid
Documents submitted should be dated within the semester that
you are enrolled entirely in on-line courses.
Students who are enrolled entirely on-line
coursework and who are residing in another state will not be eligible
for Financial Aid Disbursements from Grossmont College.
have any questions about these distance education requirements or to
verify where you currently residing, please contact the Financial Aid
Office by calling (619) 644-7129.