|Students should observe the
following admission procedures:
- There are two options on how to file an
- Have official
transcripts on file from all colleges attended. An official
transcript is one that has been sent directly to the office of
Admissions and Records from the issuing institution. Transcripts
submitted previously by applicants who never enrolled are kept on
file for two years.
Grossmont College accepts credit only from institutions accredited
by one of the six regional accrediting associations.
Veterans receiving benefits must submit all
transcripts from previous colleges.
- Take the English/Reading/Math
is recommended for students who plan to take an English or math
class, or to enter a degree, certificate or transfer program.
Students who have completed an English and math class at another
college may have the assessment waived by presenting transcripts
to the Counseling Center. All new students are encouraged to
evaluate their present skill levels by taking this assessment.
Information from the assessment is used to assist students in
appropriate course selection. The assessment is not used to bar
admission to Grossmont College.
- Arrange for an orientation and program
Grossmont Middle College High School Program
Grossmont Middle College High School is a relatively new option
that allows Grossmont Union High School District 11th and 12th
graders to simultaneously complete their high school requirements
and start earning college credits on the lovely Grossmont
College campus. If you feel you might have outgrown your regular high
school, contact us and see if this might be what you’re looking for.
Middle States Association of
Colleges and Schools, Commission of Higher
Northwest Commission of Colleges
and Universities (NWCCU)
North Central Association of
Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning
New England Association of Schools
and Colleges, Commission on
Institutions of Higher Education (NESC-CTCI)
Southern Association of Colleges
and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Western Association of Schools and
Colleges, Accrediting Commission for
Senior Colleges and Universities (WASC)