Get ahead in 2023 with flexible course options at Grossmont, Cuyamaca colleges

Students in class and at graduationEL CAJON – Choose from flexible class options when you go to register at Grossmont and Cuyamaca colleges for 2023. Open registration begins this Thursday, December 1, and classes start as early as Jan. 3.

This Spring’s class schedules embody the theme “Your Education, Your Way,” with multiple choices for completing coursework in person, online, and in hybrid formats. Classes that meet at night and on weekends also are available, allowing students to build a schedule that works for them. Choose from 4-, 8-, and 16-week courses.

At Grossmont College, career education, as well as general education, courses will be plentiful. Career education courses, which offer practical training for fast-track careers, include business entrepreneurship, information technology, cyber security, drone operations, public safety, administration of justice, and hospitality and tourism – including culinary arts.

The full Grossmont College Spring 2023 Class Schedule can be found here. More information can be found at

At Cuyamaca College, a wide variety of courses will be offered to prepare students to transfer to the University of California and California State University systems, as well as private colleges and universities. Numerous other course offerings will focus on career training that results in higher wages and career growth. The college will offer stackable certificates in many programs, allowing students to quickly complete classes.

The full Cuyamaca College Spring 2023 Class Schedule can be found here, and guidance on how to register for classes is at Additional assistance is available at the college’s Student Help Center at

Financial aid information is available online through the Grossmont College Financial Aid Office and the Cuyamaca College Financial Aid Office. If you are a first-time college student planning to attend full time, you may be eligible for free tuition through the Grossmont-Cuyamaca College Promise program.

On Dec. 19, face coverings will also become optional across the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District, assuming no significant changes in the local public health situation. As of fall 2022, students were no longer required to be vaccinated against COVID-19, although the District strongly encourages everyone to fully vaccinate for their own protection and the protection of others. More health-related information for Grossmont College can be found at Health updates and resources for Cuyamaca College, including information on COVID-19 and monkeypox, can be found at

For information about the college district, go to