Current F1 visa International Students can make an appointment with a counselor using our new eSARS online appointment scheduling program.
If you are not an F1 visa student, you will be directed to make an appointment with General Counseling.
You will need your Student ID number and your birthdate in the MMDDYYYY format. If you do not see any appointments available, they are all booked. New appointments will be available every Monday.
In the comments section, please put your questions you want answered, major, and if you are transferring and to where.
To find your Student ID Number, you will need to log into your Self-Service, go to Unofficial Transcript, click submit and it should be in the top left on the PDF that is downloaded.
Late Policy: If you are late 15 minutes or more, you will need to reschedule your appointment for another time.
Please visit this website: eAdvising, online quick question service for current students
Keep in mind that it may be quicker than making a 1 hour appointment, but your questions will only be answered when a counselor is scheduled to be working.
If you would like help applying or registering for classes, please contact our Admissions / Outreach Ambassadors via Zoom or phone.
Or call them via phone at 1-669-900-6833
Please note these FAQ apply to the COVID-19 situation only and the information is temporary. All information is subject to change without prior notice.
Tutorial for Canvas is available with other helpful links on the Student Resources Center website. You may apply for Pass/No Pass if you don’t need a letter grade. Please check with a counselor to see if it will affect your major and transferability.
Online tutoring is available at Grossmont College. For free and virtual.
You can meet with an International Student Counselor by using E-SARS to schedule your appointment. Appointments are available online through Zoom or in person in Building 10 International Counseling for 1 hour or 30 minutes.
For Spring 2023, most of courses will be offered in-person.
Due to COVID-19 pandemic, Department of Homeland security allows F-1 visa students take more on-line courses.