After a career spanning three decades in the California community college system, Cuyamaca College President Mark J. Zacovic has announced his retirement, effective June 30. ...read more
Sustainable Turf and Landscape Seminar at Cuyamaca College
03/02/2015 - The drought that has gripped the Golden State for going on four years is much on the minds of water experts, landscape architects, golf course designers and others speaking at the 7th Annual Sustainable Turf & Landscape Seminar March 5 at Cuyamaca College.
Cuyamaca College President Mark Zacovic announces retirement
02/27/2015 - After a career spanning three decades in the California community college system, Cuyamaca College President Mark J. Zacovic has announced his retirement, effective June 30.
Cuyamaca College professor wins statewide civic education award
02/26/2015 - Cuyamaca College economics professor Anthony “Tony” Zambelli has won the Roy L. Erickson Civic Education Award from the California Council for the Social Studies, an annual honor given to educators, community leaders or legislators for promoting civic education in California schools.
Future of science education tackled at Grossmont College educators’ workshop
02/25/2015 - Local science teachers and educators will attend the San Diego Science Educators Association 24th Conference on Feb. 28 at Grossmont College.
Grossmont College aces new tennis courts
02/20/2015 - New tennis courts are opening at Grossmont College, featuring a design that is expected to prevent cracks, last longer, and have reduced maintenance costs.
Jerome's Furniture donation spruces up new veterans services office
02/18/2015 - Thanks to the delivery of office furniture donated by Jerome’s Furniture, Cuyamaca College’s recently opened veterans service office has taken on a fresh new look.
Help with Financial Aid and Dream Act Applications is Aim of Financial Aid Awareness Month at Grossmont College
02/09/2015 - Students and community members are invited to attend financial aid workshops throughout the month.
Diversity Dialogues talk of Cuyamaca College
02/06/2015 - The Filipino culture and traditions. Serving undocumented students. Diversity awareness as a leadership trait. Understanding LGBT issues. Recognizing social justice. These topics are on tap for spring 2015 at Cuyamaca College’s Diversity Dialogues, a series of workshops focusing on a variety of diversity awareness and social justice issues.
Grossmont College hosts Open House Feb. 21
02/02/2015 - Free application and financial aid workshops, and information about programs and departments will be available.
‘Fragmented Phenomena' exhibit at Hyde Gallery
01/30/2015 - The exhibit features works by three artists that explore thought, perception and consciousness.
Cuyamaca College hosting first powwow
01/29/2015 - Gourd dancing and Native American arts and crafts, along with fry bread and Indian tacos, will be the order of the day at Cuyamaca College’s first-ever powwow, set for 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015 inside the campus gym.
High school thespians countywide to take Grossmont College stage
01/28/2015 - The Grossmont College Theatre Department will offer workshops on acting and auditioning to more than 100 local high school students.
Mood upbeat as new semester begins
01/23/2015 - Spring semester begins Monday for more than 27,000 students at Grossmont and Cuyamaca colleges amid a sense of progress as the campuses benefit from a recovering economy and a state and national focus on the value of community colleges.
Cuyamaca College adjunct named Judge of the Year
01/16/2015 - Eddie Sturgeon, a longtime instructor of criminal law and civil litigation in Cuyamaca College’s paralegal studies program, has been named Judge of the Year by the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, an organization of local trial lawyers working to preserve and protect the legal rights of consumers.
Grossmont College hosts robotics workshop
01/15/2015 - As part of its outreach in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, Grossmont College will host the Greater San Diego Botball Workshop and its more than 150 middle and high school attendees.
Community colleges play key role in graduates' success
01/05/2015 - A survey of community college graduates in San Diego and Imperial County found that 9 out of 10 have either transferred to a four-year university or are in the workforce, and their community college played a key role in them getting there.
Trio of classified staff win 2014 worker excellence award
12/16/2014 - Three classified staffers have been honored by the Governing Board as this year’s picks for an employee excellence award lauding behind-the-scenes workers key to Grossmont and Cuyamaca colleges and the East County college district.
Bill Garrett returns as Governing Board president for 2015
12/11/2014 - The Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District Governing Board has unanimously selected Bill Garrett to serve an eighth straight year as president, while Mary Kay Rosinski was picked as vice president and Greg Barr as board clerk for 2015.
Cuyamaca College's past presidents lauded at portrait unveilings
12/09/2014 - Cuyamaca College’s past presidents are now part of campus history for all to see after Monday’s unveiling of four framed portraits in pencil.
Grossmont College, Point Loma Nazarene University partner for 4-year nursing degree
12/05/2014 - Starting next fall, graduates of the Grossmont College nursing program can seamlessly continue their education and receive their bachelor’s in nursing from Point Loma Nazarene University (PLNU) in just 15 months without ever leaving the community college campus.