Grossmont College remains closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please visit the district website for the latest information about COVID-19 here.
Our counselors and staff are working remotely to assist the current EOPS students.
If you are a current EOPS student, you may schedule an appointment using the link
below. EOPS Counselors will have access to transcripts and Education Plans for a complete
virtual counseling session.
Current EOPS may schedule an appointment with an EOPS Counselor here.
EAdvising is designed for quick questions related to registration for summer or fall classes, transcripts, or other related EOPS services through eAdvising. Counselors are unable to provide detailed information through eAdvising.
EOPS is accepting applications from December 1 - 23, 2020
EOPS APPLICATION FAQS
Online applications will be available beginning December 1 - 23, 2020
Students must have completed 1) a current Grossmont application for fall 2020 and 2) FAFSA or CA Dream Act Application submitted online.
(Students must meet all criteria listed below)
- Must be a CA resident --Students who qualify for CA residency under AB540 status are also eligible to apply.
- Qualify for the CA Promise Grant (formerly CA Board of Governor's Fee Waiver Method A, B, or C with zero Expected Family Contribution).
- Be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units (full-time) or more at Grossmont College at the
time of acceptance into EOPS.
Waitlisted units DO NOT count to fulfill criteria. If you are unable to enroll in full-time units due to a disability, please submit a Reduced Load Recommendation Form to email@example.com with Reduced Units as the subject line.
- Must have completed less than 70-degree applicable college units at the time of applying. If you have attended another college/university, you must have all official college transcripts on file with the Grossmont Admissions & Records Office before we can continue to process your application.
AND one or more of the following:
- Have a demonstrated educational disadvantage
- A member of an underrepresented group targeted by GC's student equity goals.
- Graduated high school with a GPA below a 2.5
- Non-high school graduate
- Have previously enrolled in basic skills or remedial education courses in High School or former college.
- English is not the first-language spoken at home.
- First generation-college student, where neither parent or legal guardian have attained a college education.
- Current or former foster youth
- Homeless or at-risk of being homeless
You will receive an email informing you of your status by January 8, 2021. If you do not hear from us, feel free to follow up with our office AFTER January 8, 2021.
If you are admitted into EOPS, you will be required to attend a 2-hour orientation on one of the following dates: January 15, 20, 29, or Feb 19th.