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BankMobile® and Financial Aid Disbursements

BankMobile® and Financial Aid Disbursements

Grossmont College contracts with BankMobile® for the disbursement of student aid.

 

BankMobile® Disbursements

 

Cohort Default Rate

Cohort Default Rate

The U.S. Department of Education (the Department) publishes cohort default rates based on the percentage of a school’s borrowers who enter repayment on Direct Loan Program loans during a federal fiscal year (October 1–September 30) and default before the end of the second following fiscal year.

 

School Year Default Rate
Grossmont College 2020 0%
Grossmont College 2019 3.30%
Grossmont College 2018 14.40%


More information is available on the Department of Education's website
Grossmont College ID: 001208

 

Contact Information for Obtaining Financial Aid Assistance

Contact Information for Obtaining Financial Aid Assistance

Currently enrolled or prospective students who need information about obtaining financial aid should contact the Financial Aid Office directly.

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Phone: 619-644-7129

Fax: 619-644-7804

Website: https://www.grossmont.edu/fa

Email: fa.outreach@gcccd.edu 

 

 

Cost of Attendance

Cost of Attendance

The Cost of Attendance (COA) is the total calculated cost to attend college each year. The COA includes tuition, fees, room and board, and allowances for books, supplies, transportation, loan fees and other costs. It can also include other expenses like the rental or purchase of a personal computer, costs related to a disability, or costs for eligible study abroad programs.

 


Campus Based - COA

 

Student Budgets Disbursement Schedule
2021/22 2021/22
2022/23 2022/23
2023/24 2023/24
2024/25 2024/25

 

 

Federal Direct Student Loans

Federal Direct Student Loans

Learn more about Direct Loans

 

Financial Aid Programs

Financial Aid Programs

Grossmont College offers many types of financial aid, including federal Title IV programs as well as State of California program and institutional aid. Financial aid may include grants, loans, federal work-study, and Foundation scholarships.

 

Grossmont/Cuyamaca College Promise
California resident, or eligible AB540 eligible nonresident


Grants
A form of aid that is granted, or gifted, to students based on financial need. Grants help with tuition, and typically do not need to be paid back.

 

Federal Direct Loans
Subsidized/unsubsidized loans are low-interest rate loans made to students, enrolled in six (6) or more units, by the federal government.


Work-Study
Work Study programs allow students to earn all or part of their financial aid by working on/off campus while they are in school.

 

Scholarships
Financial Aid based on merit, need, or other criteria given by the scholarship donor. Scholarships do not have to be repaid

 

 

Net Price Calculator

Net Price Calculator

For an estimated cost of your attendance at Grossmont College, see our Net Price Calculator

 

 

Study Abroad

Study Abroad

A student enrolling in a study abroad program sponsored by the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District (GCCCD) that is approved for credit at Grossmont College, is considered enrolled for the purposes of applying for Financial Aid. It is their responsibility to meet with their academic counselor to ensure the classes they are taking are required for the completion of their declared academic program. 

  • After applying for Financial Aid, students will be considered for eligibility for the California College Promise Grant (CCPG), the Grossmont Promise, Pell Grant, Cal Grant, scholarships, and loans.
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Students will not be eligible for federal work-study. Depending on the cost of the study abroad program, the financial aid you received may not meet the full demonstrated financial need.

 

Students are responsible for any costs exceeding the amount of aid received and are responsible for making any payments for the program by the deadlines. 

 

Student Guide to Financial Aid

Student Guide to Financial Aid

The Grossmont College Student Guide to Financial Aid contains important information for students applying for and receiving financial aid.

 


Information in the student guide includes:

 

Types of financial aid assistance available

Eligibility requirements and applying for Financial Aid

Requirements for verification of information and notification of awards

Withdrawal from courses and Return to Title IV
(R2T4) Satisfactory Academic Progress


Disbursement schedule and process

Student Loans – entrance and exit counseling, loan terms, and conditions

Cost of Attendance and Financial Need

Financial Aid Fraud

Student Rights & Responsibilities

Other resources and programs available to students

 

 

 

 


More Information

If you have questions or need assistance obtaining the information listed, please contact the Office of College Relations and Community Relations at (619) 644-7840 or grossmont.communications@gcccd.edu.

 

 


Accessibility Statement

Grossmont College strives to make all content accessible to everyone. While some of these documents do not currently meet the standards of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, we are working to create accessible versions. If you need access to files before the accessible versions are available, please contact the Office of College Relations and Community Relations at grossmont.communications@gcccd.edu to help facilitate.