ALERT: The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that it's "Get Transcript" application has been compromised by, as yet, unknown third parties who gained unauthorized access to the application. The IRS has assured the public that their main database system that enables secure tax filing submission remains protected. The full IRS statement can be read here. What this means for Financial Aid applicants - the IRS has shut down it's on-line "Get Transcript" application until further notice. The only way students and parents can obtain an IRS Tax Transcript is to request one by mail and this process can take up to 10 days for delivery. However, students and parents may also utilize the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) available via FAFSA on the Web.
Grossmont College offers a full array of financial aid programs - grants, work, loans and scholarships to full-time and part-time students. We have financial aid available to help you with the cost of fees, books and supplies, food, housing, transportation and childcare.
In 2013-2014, Grossmont College awarded $30.6 million in federal, state and institutional financial aid to approximately 51% of our students. Roughly $28 million (or 94%) of the funds awarded was in the form of grants or scholarships; funds that do not have to be paid back. The average amount of financial aid awarded per student was $2,587.
Please check out the information in these web pages to learn about financial aid eligibility requirements and the financial aid you might be eligible to receive.
We encourage everyone to apply for financial aid!
Location: Building 10, Interior Room 109 (Just South of the LTRC)
FAFSA College Code Number: 001208
Financial Aid Summer 2015 Office Hours (June 1st through July 31st):
|Mon thru Thur||8am - 6pm|