Application Assistance and Next Steps

Important Notice for students transferring to a 4-year university Fall 2022:

  • 10 scholarships are available specifically for Grossmont/Cuyamaca College students transferring to a 4-year university in Fall 2022!  The scholarships are worth $5,000 each. Students have until 5/13/22 to complete the online application. In order to qualify, select Yes to the Are you transferring to a 4-year in fall 2022? question.

    Learn More: Search by keyword Spanninga.

    Apply today!

  • FAFSA and CA Dream Act deadline extended to April 1, 2022! Be sure to submit a FAFSA or California Dream Act Applicationfor Cal Grant and California Middle-Class Scholarship consideration if you haven't done so already!

 

University of California 

There are 9 UC campuses that admit undergraduate transfer students including one in San Diego County: University of California, San Diego (UCSD).   You may apply to any UC campus using the application information below.

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UC TAG (Transfer Admission Guarantee)
 

UC Riverside TAG Presentation

May 5, 2022, from 11:00am-12:00pm

Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 

Fall 2022 UC TAG Applicants

The Fall 2022 UC TAG application period is Sept. 1-30, 2021.  Our UC TAG Fall 2022 Canvas Course contains information about the Fall 2022 TAG .  You will need to "Enroll in Course" in order to access the content.  There is no fee to enroll.   This resource is for Grossmont College students; you will need your Grossmont College WebAdvisor username and password to access.  After enrolling, you'll be able to access the UC TAG "Course" through your Grossmont College Canvas Dashboard.  In the course you'll find:

  • Eligibility criteria and information about TAG campuses/majors;
  • How to create a UC TAP account (the first step in applying for TAG);
  • Instructions to use when completing your UC TAP account and UC TAG application;
  • Opportunities to speak with Counselors about your eligibility and TAG application;
  • Steps to take after you've applied!

Enroll Today: FA22 UC TAG Canvas Course

 

If you have difficulty enrolling in the course, please email grossmont.transfer@gcccd.edu.

 

UC Application

Fall 2022 UC Applicants

The UC application opened August 1, 2021.  And you may submit your application between Nov 1-30, 2021.   Please Note: The deadline for completing the UC admissions application has been extended to Dec. 1, 11:59pm PST. However, you MUST start your application by today (Nov. 30). Applications started on Dec. 1 will not be accepted.

 

Our UC Application Fall 2022 Canvas Course provides instructions to help you with the application.  You will need to "Enroll in Course" in order to access the content.  There is no fee to enroll.  This resource is for Grossmont College Students; you will need your Grossmont College WebAdvisor username and password to access.  After enrolling, you'll be able to access the UC Application Fall 2022 "Course" through your Grossmont College Canvas Dashboard.  In it you'll find:

  • Eligibility criteria and information about UC admissions;
  • How to create your UC application account
  • Instructions to use when completing your UC application;
  • Opportunities to speak with Counselors about application; and
  • Steps to take after you've applied!

Enroll Today: FA22 UC App Canvas Course

 

If you have difficulty enrolling in the course, please email grossmont.transfer@gcccd.edu.

UC Application Q&A Sessions with Grossmont College Counselors

The Transfer Center will host Application Q&A sessions beginning Oct 6, 2021 through Nov 30, 2021.  These sessions will be held virtually using Zoom.  Zoom login instructions will be provided via email confirmation.

 

Reservations are required!

 

To RSVP, use the "Register to Attend" button to access our online scheduling system. Workshop registration will be available 10 days in advance of the Q&A Session and will close when seats have filled.  Please note: we expect sessions to fill, so get started early and reserve your seat!

 

REGISTER TO ATTEND

 

If you need assistance scheduling, please call us at 619-644-7215 or email us at grossmont.transfer@gcccd.edu.  In your email please provide your name, ID#, and your phone number so that we may call to assist you.  

 

Please be aware that there are a limited number of seats per session.  Do NOT wait to begin the application process.  It is important that you begin your application early so that you will have plenty of time to seek answers to any questions that you have; we cannot guarantee seats in Q&A Sessions, plan ahead. 

 

Preparing for the Q&A Session

 

To make the most of time spent in the Q&A Session, our expectation is that you will have completed as much of your application as possible before scheduling/logging in to Zoom.  We have provided thorough instructions in the UC Application Canvas "Course" for your use to work on your application before attending the Q&A Session. 

 

Please be prepared when you login to Zoom!  This means you must have:

  • Created a UC application.
  • Used the information in the Canvas course to complete and save your work within your application.  You’ll be better prepared to ask questions!  Do NOT submit your application until after you've attended the Q&A Session.    
  • Verified your eligibility for transfer to the UC campus(es) you've selected.  If you need help with your eligibility, please schedule an appointment with your Counselor.  We will not be able to address eligibility or educational planning questions during the Q&A sessions.
  • Bring a list of questions you’d like to ask the Counselor.

Q&A Session Format

 

These sessions begin in a group format; however, multiple Transfer Center team members will be available to answer student's individual questions as well. There may be wait time to have your questions addressed individually.  We recommend you have something to work on while you wait.

 

*The dates and times are subject to change.

 

Opportunities to Connect with UC Reps

UC Admissions Representatives will be offering a variety of opportunities including virtual information sessions and virtual individual appointments throughout application season.  For a list of opportunities please visit our Connect with University Representatives page.

PIQ Virtual Workshop

We were pleased to host a Personal Insight Questions Virtual Workshop presented by Alberto Davalos and Zefora Ortiz from UC Berkeley!

 

The session was recorded and is available here for viewing.

Reference Links

UC Application and Information

UC Personal Insight Questions 

Transfer PIQ WorksheetTransfer PIQ Worksheet (Spanish)

UCSD Specific  Information

How to Identify UC Transferable Courses

Calculating Your UC Transferable GPA

UC Campus Admission Decision Notification Timeline 

Presenting Yourself on the UC Application

UCLA School of Nursing Tips & Answers for Writing Your Application

 

UC TAU (Transfer Academic Update)

 

Are you applying for Fall 2022 admission to a UC (University of California)? 

 

Transfer students are required to update their application with fall 2021 grades and confirmation/modification of winter/spring 2022 courses by the end of January.

Transfer applicants will receive an email message from UC in early January to complete the TAU. All transfer applicants must submit a TAU, including students who have no fall 2021 grades or winter/spring 2022 courses/updates to report.

Failure to complete the TAU may impact admission status, so please complete the TAU prior to the January 31 deadline. 

 

Here's a step-by-step video that shows how you complete the process!

 

Berkeley applicants:

 

UC Berkeley transfer applicants will be required to complete an additional supplemental application using MAP@Berkeley portal.  This will be available in January 2022 for you to complete  the required supplemental forms.

 

This supplemental form is in addition to the TAU for the UC system. It is important that applicants are aware that failure to submit these forms will jeopardize the review of their application. The information on these forms vary depending on the major/college the student is applying to.

 

If you have any issues, you may either connect with Berkeley via the Contact Us form (for applicants) or by calling during office hours at 510-642-3175.

 

Last day to submit the UC Berkeley Transfer Supplemental Form is January 31st 11:59 PM (PST). 

 

Questions?

You are invited to attend one of our Application Update Q&A Sessions in January, offered daily until January 31, 2022.  Registration is required.

 

 Accepting a UC Admission Offer

 

Accepting a UC Admission Offer

Fall admission decisions will be released mid-March to late April 2022.  Students can accept an admission offer by agreeing to the provisions/conditions outlined in the offer and submitting their Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) with the SIR deposit to reserve their space at a campus. 

 

Step 1. Submit Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) by June 1.

 

Each campus that accepts you for admission will issue you a Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) form or direct you to a website where you can declare your intent to register. Use this form or website to indicate whether you accept or decline the admission offer.

 

You are strongly encouraged to wait until you hear from each campus you have applied to before you declare your intent to register.

 

For most campuses, the SIR submission process is online. However, if you are required to mail a paper SIR form, it must be postmarked by these dates.

 

You may accept admission to one campus only. You may not transfer your acceptance from one campus to another after you declare your intent to register. A $250 nonrefundable deposit must accompany your SIR.

 

Step 2. Submit official transcripts by July 1

 

If you're admitted for the fall term, you must have final, official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended and for all coursework attempted sent to the admissions office of your UC campus. These transcripts must be postmarked or electronically submitted on or before July 1.  (If you are unable to meet this transcript deadline, please contact your UC campus directly.)

  • Students with post-secondary attendance at an international institution must submit the official academic record (transcript) directly from the international institution(s) issued in English or with an official English translation.
  • Students must submit the official high/secondary school transcript(s) if requested by the campus.

All other documents and exam scores (AP, IB) must be submitted by July 15.

 

You will be asked to submit official transcripts from all schools and colleges you have attended, including high school, regardless of your length of attendance or whether you believe the credit is transferable. Some campuses may request transcripts prior to admission.

 

Step 3. Request IGETC Certification

 

Certification should be requested at the Grossmont College Admissions and Records Office during your last semester of attendance at Grossmont College and after acceptance to a UC campus.  It is due to the UC campus by July 15.

 

Certification is not automatic and must be requested by the student.

 

To request certification email: Grossmont.Evaluations@gcccd.edu

Include in your email:

  • where you have been accepted and 
  • how you have cleared the foreign language requirement (if high school transcripts are not already on file, and this is how you are clearing LOTE, you will need to request high school transcripts be sent to Grossmont)

 

Remember...

1. You can accept only one admission offer from one UC campus.

2. The SIR deposit is applied to the your first enrollment term tuition. 

3. If you qualified for the UC application fee waiver your SIR deposit will be deferred until financial aid is disbursed.

4. The SIR deposit is nonrefundable and non-transferable

5. A Statement of Legal Residence (SLR) for tuition determination purposes may be required. 

Understanding Residency

 

Transfer Student SIR Deadline is June 1!

 

 

UCLA New Student Academic Programs

The goal of the UCLA New Student Academic Programs is to ensure that all new students and their families begin their journeys at UCLA with a comprehensive, positive introduction to UCLA. The first step begins with New Student Sessions. Advisors provide an introduction to UCLA and its world-renowned academic programs, extensive services and resources, as well as some rich traditions. New Student Sessions are 1 day for transfer students. The sessions take place throughout the summer months from early July through mid-September.

 

UCR Next Steps to Enrollment (for admitted students):

May 24, 2022, from 2:00pm-3:00pm

Register in advance for this meeting

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 

UCSC Next Steps for Admitted Students

Each Friday in May 2022

Visit Events for more information at to register..

 

Additional Transfer Admitted Student Events

UC Berkeley: May 7 (In-person)

UC Davis: May 13 (In-person)

UC Irvine: May 6 and May 13 (In-person)

UCLA: May 13 and 14 (Hybrid)

UC Merced: April 23 and May 18 (In-person); March 22 — May 27 (Virtual)

UC Riverside: April 30 (In-person)

UC San Diego: May 14 (In-person); May 9 — May 12 (Virtual)

UC Santa Barbara: April 29 (Virtual) and May 6 (In-person)

UC Santa Cruz: April 16; Divisional Welcome Events April 18 — 22 (All virtual); Transfer Fridays May 6, 13, 20 and 27 (All virtual)

 

Downloadable Guides

Fall 2022 Next Steps from Admission to Enrollment

Fall 2022 Orientation and Housing priorities and guarantees.

 

Waitlisted? Here's what to do!

What to do if you are waitlisted

All campuses, except Merced, typically offer transfer waitlists for select majors and will extend waitlist offers by the end of April, with an opt-in deadline of May 15. You'll be notified of your final status by July 1.

 

You can accept waitlist offers from multiple campuses, but you can only accept one offer of admission.

 

Even if you accept a waitlist offer at a UC campus, you should submit a Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) or secure your spot at another college/university that has offered you admission by the deadline (June 1 for UC campuses) to ensure you have a place to attend in the fall.

 

Transfer Waitlist and Appeals Fact Sheet

 

Denied Admission?

 

Students who are not offered admission (or whose application was denied), please contact the Transfer Center and schedule an appointment to meet with a Counselor.  We are happy to help identify next steps.  This is not the end of your transfer goal. It is an opportunity to look at your options.

 

Transfer Waitlist and Appeals Fact Sheet

 

Schedule an Appointment with a Counselor

 

 

California State University

There are 23 CSU campuses including two in San Diego County: San Diego State University (SDSU) and California State University San Marcos (CSUSM).  You may apply to any CSU campus using the application information below.

 

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Fall 2022 SDSU Applicants Next Steps

Fall 2022 SDSU Applicants Next Steps

SDSU Admission Decisions
SDSU began to release admission decisions to Fall 2022 applicants this month.  Students who applied to an ADT Pathway major are not expected to receive their admission status until after the ADT verification deadline of March 15, 2022.  It is likely that admission decisions will continue to be shared out through early April.
 
Transfer Center Support

The Transfer Center is offering Virtual Drop-In and Counseling Appointments for students with questions about their next steps, including the appeal process.  

Register for Virtual Drop-In

Schedule an Appointment

 

FA22 SDSU Applicants Next Steps Canvas course
Instructions are included for students offered admission, students not offered admission and students offered to be put on the waitlist.  Course includes:
  • Next steps for admitted students about the Intent to Enroll process, Admitted Student Presentations and the WPA Preparation Sessions
  • SDSU Admissions Appeal instructions for denied applicants
  • Waitlist information...what it is and how to proceed
 
CSU Application Fall 2022 Applicants

Fall 2022 CSU Applicants:

The Fall 2022 application opened October 1, 2021.  Enroll in our FA22 CSU Application Canvas container for step-by-step application instructions.  There is no fee to enroll.  This resource is for Grossmont College Students; you will need your Grossmont College WebAdvisor username and password to access.  After enrolling, you'll be able to access the FA22 CSU Application container through your Grossmont College Canvas Dashboard.  We are confident that the content in the course will provide answers to your questions.  You'll find:

  • Eligibility criteria and information about CSU admissions;
  • How to create your Cal State Apply application account;
  • Instructions to use when completing your CSU application;
  • Opportunities for support during application season, including dates and times of CSU/UC Application Q&A Sessions when Counselors will be available to answer questions; and
  • Steps to take after you've applied!

Enroll Today: FA22 CSU Application

 

If you experience difficulty enrolling in the Canvas Course, please contact us at grossmont.transfer@gcccc.edu.

CSU Application Q&A Sessions with Grossmont College Counselors

The Transfer Center will host Application Q&A sessions beginning Oct 6, 2021 through Dec 15, 2021.  These sessions will be held virtually using Zoom.  Zoom login instructions will be provided via email confirmation.

 

If your CSU is accepting applications beyond December 15, 2021 for Fall 2022 admission, please email us at grossmont.transfer@gcccd.edu for assistance.

 

Reservations are required!

 

To RSVP, use the "Register to Attend" button to access our online scheduling system. Workshop registration will be available 10 days in advance of the Q&A Session and will close when seats have filled.  Please note: we expect sessions to fill, so get started early and reserve your seat!

 

REGISTER TO ATTEND

 

If you need assistance scheduling, please call us at 619-644-7215 or email us at grossmont.transfer@gcccd.edu.  In your email please provide your name, ID#, and your phone number so that we may call to assist you.  

 

Please be aware that there are a limited number of seats per session.  Do NOT wait to begin the application process.  It is important that you begin your application early so that you will have plenty of time to seek answers to any questions that you have; we cannot guarantee seats in Q&A Sessions, plan ahead. 

 

Preparing for the Q&A Session

 

To make the most of time spent in the Q&A Session, our expectation is that you will have completed as much of your application as possible before scheduling/logging in to Zoom.  We have provided thorough instructions in the CSU Application Canvas "Course" for your use to work on your application before attending the Q&A Session. 

 

Please be prepared when you login to Zoom!  This means you must have:

  • Created a CSU application using Cal State Apply.
  • Used the information in the Canvas course to complete and save your work within your application.  You’ll be better prepared to ask questions!  Do NOT submit your application until after you've attended the Q&A Session.    
  • Verified your eligibility for transfer to the CSU campus(es) you've selected.  If you need help with your eligibility, please schedule an appointment with your Counselor.  We will not be able to address eligibility or educational planning questions during the Q&A sessions.
  • Bring a list of questions you’d like to ask the Counselor.

Q&A Session Format

 

These sessions begin in a group format; however, multiple Transfer Center team members will be available to answer student's individual questions as well. There may be wait time to have your questions addressed individually.  We recommend you have something to work on while you wait.

 

*The dates and times are subject to change.

 

SDSU Cal State Apply Information Webinars

October 4, 2021: 10am,

October 11, 2021: 3pm

October 25, 2021: 3pm

November 1, 2021: 10am

November 15, 2021: 10am

November 22, 2021: 3pm

 

For all sessions:

Join Zoom Webinar

Webinar ID: 814 3119 8852

Passcode: 669717

 

Students who are not able to attend these information sessions, SDSU admission representatives are available in the following ways:

 

SDSU Admissions Virtual Office Hours: Speak individually with an Admissions Representative.  No appointment necessary. 

Monday through Thursday 11am-2pm

Fridays 11am-4pm

Connect to the Virtual Front Desk

 

Prospective Student Center In-Person Services
Monday through Thursday 9am-11am and 2pm-4pm (Closed 11-2)
Friday 9am-11am
 
Prospective Student Center General Phone Line
(619) 594-6336
Monday through Thursday 9am-11am and 2pm-4pm (closed 11-2)
Friday 9am-11am
SDSU Supplemental Application

Spring 2022 SDSU Applicants:

There is no SDSU Supplemental Application for Spring 2022 Applicants.

Fall 2022 SDSU Applicants--Supplemental Application:

The SDSU Supplemental Application is now available and is due Jan 24, 2022 at 11:59pm.  The Supplemental is a required step in the Fall 2022 admission process.  The Transfer Center has prepared a Canvas course providing instructions and video tutorials for your use when completing the Supplemental Application.  There is no cost to enroll, the course is not graded and will not appear on your transcript.

 

Enroll Today: FA22 SDSU Supplemental Application Canvas Course

 

 

If you have difficulty enrolling, please contact us at grossmont.transfer@gcccd.edu with your Name, ID # and a description of your request.

Application Update Q&A Sessions with Grossmont College Counselors

The Transfer Center will host Application Update Q&A sessions throughout January 2022.  We will address questions regarding the SDSU Supplemental, Cal State Apply Update, UC Transfer Academic Update and any other supplemental applications required by your campus(es). These sessions will be held virtually using Zoom.  Zoom login instructions will be provided via email confirmation.

 

Reservations are required!

 

To RSVP, use the "Register to Attend" button to access our online scheduling system. Workshop registration will be available 10 days in advance of the Q&A Session and will close when seats have filled.  Please note: we expect sessions to fill, so get started early and reserve your seat!

 

REGISTER TO ATTEND

 

If you need assistance scheduling, please email us at grossmont.transfer@gcccd.edu.  In your email please provide your name, ID#, and your phone number so that we may call to assist you.  

 

Please be aware that there are a limited number of seats per session.  Do NOT wait to begin the application process.  It is important that you begin your application early so that you will have plenty of time to seek answers to any questions that you have; we cannot guarantee seats in Q&A Sessions, plan ahead. 

 

Preparing for the Q&A Session

 

To make the most of time spent in the Q&A Session, our expectation is that you will have completed as much of your application as possible before scheduling/logging in to Zoom.  We have provided thorough instructions in the FA22 SDSU Supplemental Application Canvas "Course" for your use to work on your application before attending the Q&A Session. 

 

Please be prepared when you login to Zoom!  This means you must have:

  • Created a WebPortal and accessed your Supplemental Application.
  • Used the information in the Canvas course to complete and save your work within your application.  You’ll be better prepared to ask questions!      
  • Bring a list of questions you’d like to ask the Counselor.

Q&A Session Format

 

These sessions begin in a group format; however, multiple Transfer Center team members will be available to answer student's individual questions as well. There may be wait time to have your questions addressed individually.  We recommend you have something to work on while you wait.

 

*The dates and times are subject to change.

 

Cal State Apply Update due Jan 31, 2022

 

Fall applicants are required to complete the Cal State Apply Update in January.  An email will be sent to you by Cal State Apply with instructions.  Please check your email regularly! 

Check out these resources for details and instructions:

Questions: You are invited to attend one of our Application Update Q&A Sessions in January offered daily until January 31, 2022.  Registration is required.

 

Please know that the Cal State Apply Update is different than the SDSU Supplemental!  And also that other CSU Campuses/Majors may have additional Supplemental Applications just like SDSU does.  Check the campuses you applied to, your campus portals, their websites, and your email!

 

CSU Application: Spring 2022

Spring 2022 CSU Applicants:

Interested in transfer to a California State University in Spring 2022?  Enroll in our SP22 CSU Application Canvas container for step-by-step application instructions.  There is no fee to enroll.  This resource is for Grossmont College Students; you will need your Grossmont College WebAdvisor username and password to access.  After enrolling, you'll be able to access the SP22 CSU Application container through your Grossmont College Canvas Dashboard.   You'll find:

  • Eligibility criteria and information about open campuses/majors;
  • How to create a Cal State Apply account;
  • Instructions to use when completing your application;
  • Opportunities for support during application season, including dates and times Counselors will be available to answer questions;
  • GPA calculation information; and
  • Steps to take after you've applied!
  • Note: This Canvas "course" is not graded and will not appear on your transcript; it is for your information only.

Enroll Today: SP22 CSU Application

 

If you experience difficulty enrolling in the Canvas Course, please contact us at grossmont.transfer@gcccc.edu.

 
Accepting a CSU Admission Offer

Accepting a CSU Admission Offer

1. Accept your offer of admission by submitting your "Intent to Enroll” and pay deposit toward your fall tuition to the campus by the posted deadline. Send official transcripts from all colleges you have attended (including fall 2021 grades), and AP or IB test scores by the posted deadlines.  Visit the Admission & Records website for instructions on sending transcripts from Grossmont College.

2. Activate your campus student portal as soon as possible. In addition to e-mail, the campus portal is one of the primary means campuses use to communicate important updates and deadlines, programs, and services. Your campus account will help you access online student updates, deadlines, and appointments.

3. Register for new transfer student orientation.

 

4. Attend Admitted Transfer Students presentations, take a campus tour, and any other events that are for newly admitted transfer students.  These will help as you transition to a new campus.

 

5. Submit final official transcripts (including spring, 2022 grades) by the campus deadline.

 

6. Attend new student orientation and register in fall classes.

7. Respond immediately to all requests for follow-up information and/or documents from the financial aid and admissions office. Follow all deadlines and requirements for tuition and housing payment or financial aid.

8. Complete immunization requirements. Visit the university's Student Health Center web site for further information.

Waitlisted?  We Can Help

What to do if you are waitlisted

Sometimes universities will offer a spot on the waitlist rather than direct admission or denial.  If you are offered the waitlist and would like to continue pursuing admission at the university, opt in to the waitlist.  As admission spaces become available, the university will begin to offer waitlisted students those spaces.

 

If you have questions, you are welcome to schedule an appointment with a Transfer Center Counselor.  We are happy to help!

 

Schedule an Appointment with a Counselor

 

Denied Admission?

 

Students who are not offered admission (or whose application was denied), please contact the Transfer Center and schedule an appointment to meet with a Counselor.  We are happy to help identify next steps.  This is not the end of your transfer goal. It is an opportunity to look at your options.

 

Schedule an Appointment with a Counselor

 

 

HBCU (Historically Black Colleges & Universities)

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General Information

Students participating in the CCC to HBCU Transfer Guarantee program, please contact Jason Allen for the application fee waiver.  Please note:

  • To receive the fee waiver you must be applying to one of the 39 partner HBCU campuses AND meet eligibility requirements.  For details visit the program website.
  • Non-partner HBCU schools do not participate in the fee waiver program; students will be required to pay the $20.00 application fee. 
  • Students applying to partner schools that are not available via the Common Black College Application will need to apply directly to the following partner institutions: Bowie State University, Hampton University, North Carolina Central University, Texas Southern University, and Xavier University at Louisiana.

Contact Jason Allen by email jason.allen@gcccd.edu or phone (619) 844-3089 (please text first, then call second).

 
Common Black College Application

Common Black College Application

 

Pay a single $20 application fee to apply to all 65 member colleges!  If you are applying to CCC to HBCU partner institutions, please see "General Information".

 

Private/Out-of-State

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General Information

Please check the individual campus websites for application information.  If the university uses the Common App, see the links below.

Common Application
  • Common App
  • Common App Application Guide (Transfer Students)
  • Explore Common App by using the "Accepts transfer applications" filter find which Common App member colleges accept the Common App transfer application
  • Common App Help Center for 24/7 support or email thecommonapplication@liaisoncas.com
  • Does your College/University require the College Report Form?  This form requires information about your GPA and standing regarding academic/behavioral conduct.  The Admissions Office and Student Affairs will be happy to help you with this form.  Here are the steps to take:  
  1. Complete your portion of the form as instructed on the form.
  2. Save the form to your computer and email the form to: grossmont.transcripts@gcccd.edu 
  3. Andrew Hellier will fill out the form for Admissions and coordinate with Student Affairs for their portion of the form (student conduct).
  4. Portions of the form that are not able to be completed by either of the offices will be so indicated on the form (for example, unknown or N/A for Not Applicable).
  5. The completed form will be returned to you by email in one week. 

*Please note the information above contains links we find helpful in the application process; however, the information is not comprehensive.  If you have questions that have not been addressed above, please contact our office for assistance.