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You Got Denied, What’s Next?

You Got Denied, What’s Next?

Abbie Wallace, Senior Staff Writer

March 11, 2019


Filed under Administration, College, From The Summit, Showcase

Follow these steps if you have been denied admission to your school of choice. It’s the most wonderful, yet terrifying, time of the year for transfer students. After months of waiting, the time has come for universities to send out admission decisions. Whether you have applied to multiple schools...

Who’s in Charge Here?

Who’s in Charge Here?

Aaron Bistrin, Staff Writer

October 10, 2018


Filed under Administration, From The Summit, Public Officials, Student Affairs

Know who is making the decisions at Grossmont College.   It is important to be informed on who is making the major decisions when paying an institution for your education. Unfortunately, some students may not understand how decisions are made within their school. This November, there will ...

District Report on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

District Report on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

August 21, 2013


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  GROSSMONT COLLEGE-El Cajon, CA August 21, 2013 A report on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion was presented to the GCCCD Governing Board on August 20, 2013 at Grossmont College. Under the direction of Chancellor Cindy Miles, each campus and the District formed a Diversity, Equity and I...

The tricky business of college budgeting

Chancellor Cindy L. Miles

May 18, 2012


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  GROSSMONT COLLEGE -- As we review Governor Brown’s revised May budget, we’re forecasting what this will mean for California’s community colleges and our District. We can’t simply look at the short term and declare sunny skies; we’ve got to look ahead for storm systems that could darke...

New vice president for student services named

April 27, 2012


Filed under Administration, Student Affairs

GROSSMONT COLLEGE (Press Release) -- Jeff Baker, interim vice president for student services at Las Positas College in Livermore, California, has been named  by Grossmont College President Sunita V. Cooke to the vice presidency for student services here, pending approval by the District Board of...

District budgeting: walking a tightrope while blindfolded

Chancellor Cindy L. Miles

April 24, 2012


Filed under Administration, Student Affairs

Editor's Note: Following is a letter sent by Chancellor Miles to faculty concerning the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District's financial condition. GROSSMONT COLLEGE -- For the past few years, putting together our District’s budget has been as precarious as walking a tightrope. We...

50th anniversary fete was many-faceted celebration

50th anniversary fete was many-faceted celebration

John Weber

April 18, 2012


Filed under Administration, From The Summit, Student Affairs

  GROSSMONT COLLEGE-  The campus  threw open its doors to the community April 13 and 14 to showcase its many programs and departments and to celebrate the transformation the college has undergone over the past 50 years. Friday night, April 13, started with student performances in room 220...

How many signatures can a college get in five hours?

April 13, 2012


Filed under Administration, GCCCD Foundation

-Staff Report- GROSSMONT COLLEGE --- Pssst!  The secret's out. The Guinness Book of World Records attempt that will be made on Saturday, April 14,  will be to collect the most birthday signatures on a birthday card. The card wishing Grossmont a happy 50th birthday will be available for...

Plenty to do at Friday and Saturday’s 50th-anniversary fete

Matt Quijas

April 9, 2012


Filed under Administration

GROSSMONT COLLEGE-- A huge turnout is anticipated here for the college's 50-year anniversary.  A celebration will begin Friday April 13, at 6:30 p.m.  Events on Saturday, April 14,  will commence at 9 a.m. and will run through the afternoon. Grossmont is opening its doors up to the whole ...

Budget prevents hundreds of thousands from attending college

March 29, 2012


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  PASADENA, Calif. (Press Release) – California Community Colleges Chancellor Jack Scott, in a major address delivered last week at a college he once led as president, said the state must come to terms with its disinvestment in higher education and acknowledge the human and economic tolls of...

Golden anniversary festival planned April 13-14

March 20, 2012


Filed under Administration, Campus Sightseeing, From The Summit, Student Affairs

GROSSMONT COLLEGE -- A 50-year anniversary doesn’t happen every day, so Grossmont College will celebrate its golden moment in history with a blowout weekend of free events for the community to enjoy April 13 and 14 at the El Cajon campus. Music lovers, foodies, dancers, amateur scientists, artists,...

Interim senior dean named for research and planning

February 23, 2012


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  GROSSMONT COLLEGE (Press Release)--Dr. Leonor Perez has been appointed as the interim Senior Dean, Research, Planning & Institutional Effectiveness, according to Vice Chancellor Sue Rearic "Dr. Perez comes to the role of Senior Dean with professional experience that includes serving...

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