It's Easy to Apply to ACE, 
Grossmont College's intensive English program
in San Diego, California, since 1992


What is the required English level? Find out if ACE is right for you.

  
Do you have English proficiency and are ready for college? Apply directly to Grossmont College.


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Apply to ACE from Your Own Country

 

  1. Applying early is recommended. Attending the orientation is required. 
    Email the following to the ACE Program:
    • ACE application form    
    • Copy of passport
    • Evidence of financial support* (bank statement)
    • Copy of high school diploma or university transcripts 
    • Nonrefundable $125 application fee

  2. After we receive all of the above, Grossmont College will send you an I-20.**

  3. Contact the USA Embassy / Consulate to apply for an F-1 student visa. For more information, click Steps to Get Your F-1 Visa.

  4. Arrange arrival transportation and home stay or other housing.

  5. Pack. Keep your passport, I-20, I-901 receipt, ACE admission letter, and bank documents in your carry-on luggage.

  6. When you arrive in San Diego, email ACE to let us know you're here. See you at orientation!

Transfer to ACE from Another U.S. School  

 

  1. Bring or email the following to the ACE Program:

    • ACE application form
    • Nonrefundable $125 application fee
    • Evidence of financial support*
    • Copy of passport
    • Copy of I-94 paper
    • Copy of F1 visa
    • Copy of current I-20
    • Copy of high school transcripts or diploma
    • ACE transfer form (our form filled out by your current English school)

  2. After we receive all of the above, you will receive your new I-20.

  3. Mark your calendar to attend orientation.  See you soon!

*The U.S. Government requires us to have on file a financial statement verifying availability of sufficient funds (minimum $12,050) for a student's tuition and living expenses. This evidence may be in the form of a bank statement or a bank letter. The account must be a cash-type account (savings, checking, or certificate of deposit). The document should be current within six months of the ACE application.

** An I-20 is U.S. government document which allows a foreign national to apply for a student visa (F-1) to enter the United States and begin a course of study.

 

 

Apply to ACE from Your Own Country

  1. Applying early is recommended. Attending the orientation is required. 
    Email the following to the ACE Program:
    • ACE application form    
    • Copy of passport
    • Evidence of financial support* (bank statement)
    • Copy of high school diploma or university transcripts
    • Nonrefundable $125 application fee

  2. After we receive all of the above, Grossmont College will send you an I-20.**

  3. Contact the USA Embassy / Consulate to apply for an F-1 student visa. For more information, click Steps to Get Your F-1 Visa.

  4. Arrange arrival transportation and home stay or other housing.

  5. Pack. Keep your passport, I-20, I-901 receipt, ACE admission letter, and bank documents in your carry-on luggage.

  6. When you arrive in San Diego, email ACE to let us know you're here. See you at orientation!

Transfer to ACE from Another U.S. School  

  1. Bring or email the following to the ACE Program:

    • ACE application form
    • Nonrefundable $125 application fee
    • Evidence of financial support*
    • Copy of passport
    • Copy of I-94 paper
    • Copy of F1 visa
    • Copy of current I-20
    • Copy of high school transcripts or diploma
    • ACE transfer form (our form filled out by your current English school)

  2. After we receive all of the above, you will receive your new I-20.

  3. Mark your calendar to attend orientation.  See you soon!

*The U.S. Government requires us to have on file a financial statement verifying availability of sufficient funds (minimum $12,050) for a student's tuition and living expenses. This evidence may be in the form of a bank statement or a bank letter. The account must be a cash-type account (savings, checking, or certificate of deposit). The document should be current within six months of the ACE application.

** An I-20 is U.S. government document which allows a foreign national to apply for a student visa (F-1) to enter the United States and begin a course of study.

 


Email Application and Documents to

Sandy Kuntz, International Student Specialist
Email: ace.grossmont@gcccd.edu

 

American Collegiate English (ACE)

Grossmont College

Building 38E-101A

8800 Grossmont College Dr.
El Cajon, CA 92020-1799 USA


Telephone:  +1.619.644.7293

 

ACE APPLICATION DISCLAIMER: 

American Collegiate English and Grossmont College have relationships with international student recruitment agencies that are authorized to help students consider ACE as one of their intensive English training options. A few of these agencies are compensated by ACE for an appropriate student referral who enrolls in ACE. A student’s application is not granted preferential treatment if the student is assisted by an agency. Students are neither required to apply with the assistance of an agency, nor will they be disadvantaged if they do not. Admissions decisions are at the sole discretion of the institution.

 

Apply now! Questions? Contact ace.grossmont@gcccd.edu 

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