Spring short-term classes begin April 3 at Grossmont, Cuyamaca colleges

March 16, 2023 at 3:35 PM

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EL CAJON – Short-term classes this spring offer a quick, affordable, and flexible way to earn college credits, obtain valuable work skills, and broaden your academic horizons. The next session begins the first week of April.

Grossmont and Cuyamaca colleges are offering numerous short-term, accelerated classes in person, virtually and in hybrid formats beginning April 3 and running through May 27 for those seeking to advance their education and professional training. Below are some highlights of the short-term course offerings beginning April 3 at each college:

Cuyamaca College

Career Education courses will be offered in automotive technology, business office technology, water and wastewater technology, and real estate; General Education courses in foreign languages including Arabic and Spanish, psychology, sociology, political science, history, English, and economics; and courses for the community in exercise science including yoga of varying levels, health education, nutrition, and music. Cuyamaca College’s Spring 2023 Class Schedule can be found at https://www.cuyamaca.edu/academics/class-schedules-catalog-and-self-service/spring-2023.php.

Grossmont College

Short-term courses beginning April 3 will include Administration of Justice, business office technology, and computer science and information systems. Grossmont College’s Spring 2023 Class Schedule can be found at https://www.grossmont.edu/academics/schedule/index.php.

Student assistance available

Grossmont students can get help completing an application, registering for classes, acquiring financial aid, and more by going online to the college’s Help Center at https://www.grossmont.edu/help-center/index.php. Cuyamaca students can find similar assistance at https://www.cuyamaca.edu/help-center/index.php.


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