Grossmont College

Grossmont College is ranked nationally as one of the top 100 associate degree granting institutions and is consistently first in transfer to San Diego State University. Also voted "San Diego's Best" in two recent years among a poll of readers of a major regional newspaper. Offering over 150 associate degree and certificate programs, Grossmont College's approach to the delivery of education and support services is based upon innovation, careful planning, and effective strategies and practices to meet a broad array of student goals and special needs. The College is a leader in the use of technology for both instructional and student services purposes, and operates numerous learning assistance centers to meet general or discipline-specific needs.
Among the many creative and responsive programs and services that make Grossmont College a noteworthy educational institution are: Project Success, a nationally recognized learning community program; Health Professions programs vital to regional community health care providers, including alternative approaches to nursing education; Grossmont Middle College High School that has received national acclaim; a comprehensive program in the creative and performing arts; sixteen intercollegiate athletic teams that consistently win conference and state championships; and publications and promotional materials that have recently earned approximately 50 regional and international awards. Full descriptions of these and many other programs and services are available at www.grossmont.edu. 
The district's $202 million facilities bond measure, which paved the way for Grossmont College to renovate or replace aging, overcrowded facilities, build new high-tech structures to meet student needs and improve infrastructure and circulation, including the college's new entrance road. The Learning and Technology Resource Center opened in 2004. The Science Laboratory Building and the Digital Arts and Sculpture Building Complex opened in 2007. The refurbished Exercise Science and Wellness Complex opened in 2008, and a new multi-story parking structure opened in Summer 2009. The new Health and Sciences Complex opened for classes in Fall 2010. Griffin Center, the college’s new student center, and the Student and Administrative Services Building opened in Spring 2012.
Enrollment has remained steady at a level above 16,000 since the mid-1970s, rising to 17,484 students in 1991 and 18,241 students in 2002. In Fall 2009, enrollment exceeded 20,000 for the first time (20,362), increasing to the highest level ever in Spring 2010, at 20,793 students.
Administration of Justice (Law Enforcement, Corrections, Forensic Technology, Legal Systems/Court Management, Security Management, California Public Safety Leadership and Ethics Program, Corrections Academy)
American Sign Language
Art (Art History, Ceramics, Digital Media, Drawing and Painting, Photography, Sculpture) 
Biological Sciences 
Business Administration 
Business-General (Insurance Services Business Office Technology (Administrative Assistant, Executive Assistant, Account Clerk, Front Office/ Receptionist, Medical Office Assistant, Office Assistant, Level I, Office Assistant, Level II, Office Professional, Office Software Specialist, Level I, Office Software Specialist, Level II, Virtual Office Assistant)
Cardiovascular Technology (Invasive Adult Echocardiography, Vascular Technology, Telemetry/ EKG Technician) 
Child Development Master Teacher/Child Development Site Supervisor (Associate Teacher) 
Computer Science Information Systems (Computer Programming, Local Area Network (LAN) Support Specialist, Small Computer Specialist, Web Development) 
Computer Applications
Cross-Cultural Studies 
Culinary Arts/Baking and Pastry Culinary Entrepreneurship (Banquet Cook, Line Cook, Pastry Cook, Prep Cook) 
English/Creative Writing 
Exercise Science and Wellness
General Studies (Humanities and Fine Arts, Science and Quantitative Reasoning, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Wellness and Self-Development) 
Hospitality and Tourism Management 
International Business
Media Communications (Audio Production, Cross Media Journalism, Video Production)
Multimedia (Software Development, Video, Visual Design, Web Authoring)
Music (Classical Studies, Musical Theatre)
Nursing (LVN-RN Transition Program, Registered Nursing Program)
Occupational Therapy Assistant 
Orthopedic Technology
Political Science
Psychology (AA–For Transfer)
Respiratory Therapy/Anesthesia Technology 
Retail Management 
Sociology (AA–For Transfer)
Theatre Arts (Acting, Technical, Technical Training Program)