Here you will find significant
information regarding the people, processes, and tasks related
to the reaccreditation of Grossmont College by the Accrediting
Commission for Community and Junior Colleges/ Western
Association of Schools and Colleges (ACCJC/WASC).
Keep up to date on campus and instructional issues. Minutes and
agendas are posted regularly.
- Budget and Planning
- Business Communications/Mail Center
- Facilities and Operations
for Online/Hybrid Instructors
Blackboard (Bb) containers are
automatically created for all official semester classes.
Regardless of whether you are teaching an online, hybrid or
face-to-face course, it is highly recommended that you
attend a Blackboard Training course before posting content.
If you are having difficulty accessing your Bb container,
please call the
IS Help Desk at 619-644-7547. Once you have access
to your Bb container, you may contact Chris Rodgers
at 644-7385 or
firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance in
setting it up.
Blackboard - Create and/or modify a Blackboard
Development container, or delete an existing
access the container request form you will need to log in
with your user name and password.
Information - Electronic class rosters, attendance
rosters, drop rosters, no show rosters, etc...
Blackboard workshops are offered throughout the
semester and during Staff Development Week. Check
Staff Development website for
more details and the
Online Success website for
Best Practices for Online Teaching
- Learn about some of the Best Practices that
other instructors apply to have a successful online
Newsletter for Grossmont College faculty and staff. Please
take a minute to read about your colleagues here at Grossmont,
and to find out what's new in other areas of our campus.
Classified Senate advocates the value and contributions of
classified staff to the college learning environment and success
of students at GCCCD. Classified Senate also promotes the
participation of classified staff in shared governance at the
local state levels.
Copyright and Plagiarism
This site is designed to provide you with information
about copyright and plagiarism - for both faculty and
students. You will also find links to legal materials and
other websites, useful forms, and charts to help you decide
whether to copy or not to copy.
For locations of DataLink machines on campus, visit
Educational Master Plan
The Grossmont College Educational Master Plan builds upon the
College's vision, mission and goals to guide the ongoing development
of the institution's instructional programs, students services and
Yes, we do have one. Its been recently updated and is full of
important information on policies and procedures.
Check out the creative faculty web pages for information and
ideas. If you would like to create your own page, contact the
Chris Rodgers Instructional Designer.
Grant Development Process
The purpose of the Grant Development Process is to accurately
track potential grant activity, assist with the research of new
grants, assist with writing grants, and to help with the technical
aspects of submitting grant applications.
The Grapevine is an online, illustrated newsletter for GCCCD
retirees. See what's happening with your retired colleagues and
friends. The newsletter is fully searchable, archived back to
1990, and is published three times a year.
Grossmont College is home to outstanding faculty and staff. Many
are published authors, and have been featured as part of a
continuing series in the Grossmont College newsletter, Campus
Listings include positions available throughout the District.
There are a number of services available in the library including:
- Research Assistance--in-person and 24/7 online reference
- Library Databases with full-text journals, magazines,
newspapers, eBooks, and eReference books
- Library Instruction
- InterLibrary Loan
- E-Chat Café
- Research Guides
- Book & Media checkout
- Group Study Rooms with computers and webcams
- Computers with Internet and Microsoft Office Suite
- Textbooks on Reserves
The Loop is Grossmont College's staff bulletin. It is published by
e-mail every Thursday that classes are in session. Hard copies are
available in the foyer of the Business/Communications office.
Only staff members can place an item in the Loop; it is not open to
students or outside parties. Notices may be run up to four times a
semester. President's Cabinet has ruled that business ads may not be
placed in the Loop. Items must be received in the Instructional
Operations Office, room 109, by noon the Tuesday before the
publication date. Forms are available in the Instructional
Operations Office or you may submit items by e-mail to
Carefully proof all material that is submitted by e-mail.
Information regarding the Loop may be obtained by calling Linda
Wise, x7154 or Marsha Raybourn, x7153.
We have password
protected the page since the information posted is for our District
Community and not the community at large. Below are instructions for
accessing the site.
Enter the following when prompted:
user name: firstname(dot)lastname
password: the same as what you use to log in to your computer and
for accessing your campus email
Organizational & Governance Structures
The College's councils and committees and their communication and
reporting relationships to administration.
Printing and Duplicating
procedures, and policies are listed to help you get your materials
printed or duplicated.
This site is designed to provide you with links to Professional
Development programs, events, and
activities offered by the Faculty/Staff
Committee. You will also find the
procedures and forms necessary to finish your professional
development activity requirements.
Student Learning Outcomes
This website was designed to provide
information to faculty and staff on designing and using student
learning outcomes (SLO's). Student learning outcomes are measured
learning objectives as defined by faculty and staff members. Student
learning outcomes are written statements that represent student
learning goals at the college, departmental, and course levels.
Strategic Plan Report highlights the achievements of Grossmont
College students, faculty, and staff, the President's goals and
accomplishments, the 2003-04 Collegewide Priorities and Selected
Accomplishments. It also includes a list of the 2004-05
The Grossmont College Technology Plan, formerly the Instructional
Computing Technology Plan, combines planning for both Administrative
and Instructional computer technology. The Plan is developed with a
two-year forecast of technology needs. To allow for emerging
technology, the Plan is evaluated and updated on a year-to-year
The District has has developed web
standards in an effort to keep a uniform look throughout the
websites as well as make sure that our website meets Section 508
guidelines. Section 508 states that we must make our website
accessible to all people, including the visually impaired. We have
developed a web standards website for faculty & staff who have any
affiliation with working on Grossmont's website including
departmental and faculty pages. On this page you will find district
web standards, procedures, accessibility requirements, general tips,