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Grossmont College OTA students use ingenuity to help the disabled

For the past decade, a Grossmont College Occupational Therapy Assistant class has proven that necessity is indeed the mother of invention. ...read more


 
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December 2017

Bill Garrett selected for 11th year as Governing Board president
12/12/2017 - For the 11th year in a row, Bill Garrett was selected Tuesday night as president of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District Governing Board. Board member Edwin Hiel was elected vice president, and board member Debbie Justeson was selected to serve as clerk of the board.

November 2017

Registration open for four-week intersession classes
11/17/2017 - Registration is now open for spring intersession classes at Grossmont and Cuyamaca colleges. Students attend classes Jan. 2-27 and can complete a course, including those satisfying general education requirements, in just four weeks.

Grossmont College instructors a distinguished pair
11/16/2017 - A veteran biology professor and a German instructor at Grossmont have been selected by their peers as recipients of the 2017-18 Distinguished Faculty Awards for their excellence as educators and exemplary service to the college.

Construction of new Center for Water Studies set to begin at Cuyamaca College
11/02/2017 - Cuyamaca College is set to begin construction on a state-of-the-art Center for Water Studies aimed at training the next generation of industry professionals to manage and operate California’s complex water and wastewater systems.

October 2017

20th annual wheelchair basketball game comes to Cuyamaca College Oct. 25
10/19/2017 - Cuyamaca College will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Annual Wheelchair Basketball Game Oct. 25 with members of three local wheelchair basketball clubs teaming up with the men’s basketball team in honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month.

September 2017

Civic leadership award presented to Bill and Judy Garrett
09/29/2017 - A new award honoring individuals who have made notable contributions to the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District and the East County community was presented last night to El Cajon residents Bill and Judy Garrett.

Tiempos Complicados at Hyde Art Gallery
09/22/2017 - Grossmont College’s Hyde Art Gallery will present “Tiempos Complicados,” or “Complicated Times,” by Marianela de la Hoz, Sept. 25 – Oct. 10. The exhibition is sponsored by Grossmont College’s Student Success & Equity Fund and the college’s Latin@ Alliance.

2017 Fall Concert Series at Cuyamaca College
09/19/2017 - The 2017 edition of the Fall Concert Series at Cuyamaca College will include a trio of world-class musicians from as far away as New York who will perform the first in an ongoing calendar of classic concerts underwritten by a well-known patron of the arts.

Colleges celebrate Latino Heritage Month
09/08/2017 - The Grossmont College Latino Film Festival and a Cuyamaca College Latinx Heritage Celebration kick off an array of special events honoring Hispanic Heritage Month at the two East County colleges from mid-September to the end of October.

August 2017

Racism, social justice, tolerance addressed at Diversity Dialogues
08/30/2017 - Discussions on topics ranging from social justice to the unique cultural challenges facing Muslim immigrants in the region highlight Cuyamaca College’s fall menu of Diversity Dialogues, which launches Sept. 14.

Chaldean culture, food, traditions at Cuyamaca College
08/21/2017 - Leaders of the thriving Chaldean community in San Diego’s East County will be on hand for a special Chaldean Culture & Traditions celebration at Cuyamaca College on Monday, Aug. 28.

District builds its tradition of high marks for Prop. V construction program
08/07/2017 - For the third year in a row, the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District has received outstanding marks for providing open information about its Proposition V construction bond program.

July 2017

Cuyamaca College career education programs honored
07/25/2017 - A trio of Cuyamaca College career education programs are being honored by the California Community Colleges system for providing students with the skills needed in new higher-paying jobs.

Ford ASSET graduates set to navigate new roads
07/24/2017 - Last week’s commencement of the first Ford ASSET graduates at Cuyamaca College since 2013 was a double cause for celebration. The 16 students were the first to graduate since the program was brought back from a two-year hiatus and a new class is set to begin in the fall with online innovations designed to draw students from beyond San Diego County.


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