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Basic Needs

Services provided include: Child Care, Gizmo’s Kitchen, Health Services, Mental Health Services, and Shower Facilities.



Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) provides support services and/or grant funds to assist single parents with academic support and financial assistance.


 Distribution Schedule


Provides a schedule for picking up supplies such as library books, calculators and more. Drive through distribution services will be provided as scheduled until further notice.

District COVID Response

Provides information about safety protocols and plans for returning to the campus



Extended Opportunities Program Services (EOPS) assists students who are identified as economically and educationally disadvantaged. Eligible students are provided with a wide range of support services to foster success.


Gizmo's Kitchen

Gizmo’s Kitchen is a ‘grab and go’ student food pantry that supports students by providing pre-packaged items suitable for an on-campus lunch or meal. Student toiletry items are also available.



Provides additional support for foster youth as you transition to independent living. Program can provide specialized academic, career and personal counseling, book vouchers, grant money and more.


Justice Scholars


Grossmont Justice Scholars is program specifically designed to support students formerly incarcerated on their academic and personal journey at Grossmont College and beyond.


If you identify as formerly incarcerated and are interested in receiving services through Grossmont Justice Scholars program, please fill out our interest form  and you will be contacted by our Grossmont Justice Scholars Counselor.





211 San Diego

Connects organizations to community resources, services and public benefits. 




SD County COVID response

 Daily updates on positive cases, other data



Title IX

Pregnant & Parenting StudentS’ rightS toolkit: Title IX is a law that bans sex discrimination in schools that get federal funds. Title IX makes it illegal to exclude students who may be, are, or have been pregnant 




Refugee Scholarships

Find accredited higher education academic or scholarship programs verified by UNHCR to allow you to pursue advanced study, skills and professional development.



Grossmont College Scholarships

Applications must be completed the semester prior to the award


Scholarship Finder

Search more than 8,000 scholarships, fellowships, grants, and other financial aid award opportunities

New Horizons

The New Horizons Program is a supplemental student-service program funded by the State of California Career Technical Education Grant and administered by the CalWORKs office. The purpose of this program is to support non-traditional students in vocational majors.


  • Low-income families
  • Single parents
  • Must be enrolled in a vocational major program
  • Must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 units every semester
  • Must maintain a 2.0 Grade Point Average
  • Must meeting with a New Horizons Counselor EVERY semester

New Horizons counselors are here to assist with the following services:

  • New Horizons counselors are here to assist with the following services:
  • Academic advising
  • Personal counseling
  • Basic needs (food, housing, clothing, mental health, etc.)
  • Income
  • Textbook rental costs covered
  • School supply needs
  • A parking pass and monthly gas card for each month of school you are enrolled, or a bus pass.