- Teaching Remotely
- Administrative Services
- Child Development Center
- Code of Conduct
- Transfer Center
- Career Center
- Veterans Center
- High School Outreach
- Cyber Security
- Graphics Support
- Financial Aid and Scholarships
- File Transfer
- Free and Low-cost Internet
- Student Affairs
- Personal Counseling
- Cuyamaca Cares
- Health and Wellness Center
- Zoom Help
Help with teaching and teaching technology (Zoom, Canvas, Video). Online workshops and individual help.
The Business Office continues to receive forms (now electronic) and answer general questions.
Electronic signatures will be accepted on most district forms.
Grant Reports are processed by the Business Office, if you are a Project Director
please notify the Business Office of upcoming deadlines and prepare the grant reports
ahead of schedule.
The switchboard will continue to assist callers by email or phone on Monday through Friday, 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All emails and voicemails will be returned within 24 hours during
regular business hours.
The Cashier’s Office will continue to assist students remotely by email and phone as well as limited services
The CDC is open with modified procedures, including:
- temperature and wellness checks of children and staff,
- closing the center to visitors and volunteers,
- limiting class size to a cohort of ten,
- increased sanitization of surfaces, and
- the discontinuance of “family style” meals.
Services for students are available remotely during this time.
- Virtual Drop-In Counseling -- Virtual waiting room to speak/chat with a counselor
- e-Counseling -- Submit a brief question (current students only)
The Transfer Centeris available via email at email@example.com
The Career Center offers resume reviews and career exploration guidance via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Veterans Center is available to answer questions about benefits, certification, services, and resources. Email them at email@example.com
High School Outreach is available to answer questions about Cuyamaca College for prospective and incoming students via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cyber Security is important, and as we transition to a virtual campus it is important to understand what that means for you. This handout provides five important tips to ensure your safety.
If you need Graphics support for your Canvas classroom, we can help. Email: Cuyamaca.Graphics@gcccd.edu with as much notice as possible (1-2 weeks preferred.)
- View your financial aid status online by logging into WebAdvisor.
- Visit the Financial Aid Webpage for general financial aid information, BankMobile, contacts, and forms.
- E-mailing the Financial Aid Office
- Do you need to turn in documents?
- E-mail – Please follow the E-mailing the Financial Aid Office This will be the fastest way for us to receive and act on your documents.
- For detailed information, student appointments may be done over the phone or online using Zoom. You can email or leave a voicemail with your financial aid advisor to request an appointment and they will respond to your
- Disbursements – Please setup your BankMobile account so you can have your aid and college refunds sent directly to your personal bank account or to the BankMobile Vibe
- For Cal Grant assistance, please contact Pam Fleming at email@example.com.
- Visit the Scholarship Webpage for scholarship information and to apply for Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For information about your scholarship, leave a voicemail with Ernie Williams, Scholarships Specialist, at (619) 660-4537 or at email@example.com.
- Need help managing your money during this time? Visit the Financial Literacy page.
Financial Aid and Scholarships Office
900 Rancho San Diego Parkway, El Cajon, CA 92019
Ph: 619-660-4201 Fax: 619-660-4279
While working remotely we are processing files and distributing aid to the best of our abilities. You may experience a delay in processing, so please plan ahead. Thank you for your patience.
If you need to send large files during this time, Firefox Send is a free, online tool. This interactive PDF will show you how.
Free and Low-cost Internet
Several companies are providing free or low-cost internet access as a result of the pandemic..
Librarians offer targeted services for specific courses. Many students have difficulties accessing electronic resources remotely and need help. Contact Jeri Edelen to receive remote library support for your courses.
- Embedded Library Research Guides: Hand-picked resources from the library organized by course assignment or by program.
- Online Guest Librarian: Sometimes you just want your students to find 1-2 sources. In this case, you can use the Guest Librarian for just that one assignment. The librarian will join your course as a "guest lecturer" in the discussion forum on Canvas.
Personal Counseling is available by phone. Call 619-660-4200 or email CuyamacaHealthAndWellness@gmail.com to make an appointment. Personal counseling is available Tuesday and Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Academic Misconduct Resources
- GCCCD Student Code of Conduct
- Student Conduct Procedures Handbook (PDF)
Tips for Preventing Academic Misconduct:
*Remind students of your classroom guidelines as it applies to academic misconduct and the areas that constitute academic misconduct (examples could include: unauthorized collaboration, plagiarism, cheating, forgery, falsification of information, purchasing papers, utilizing “cheating” websites, recycling assignments).
*Remind students of the consequences for engaging in academic misconduct (receiving a failing grade on the assignment/exam).
*Discussion of possible sanctions for further violations (formal student conduct through Student Affairs, which can result in a formal warning letter, disciplinary file, and possible school suspension for repeat cases.)
Reporting Academic Misconduct Issues
If you have students who engaged in academic misconduct, please contact Lauren Vaknin (Lauren.Vaknin@gcccd.edu), Dean of Student Affairs to assist with the next steps. As a reminder, the student code of conduct defines academic misconduct as:
*Cheating, plagiarism (including plagiarism in a student publication), or engaging in other academic dishonesty as defined by the College’s academic integrity standards
Cuyamaca Cares is available to connect students to community food and housing resources, and process emergency funding applications. Contact Cuyamaca Cares at Cuyamaca.Cares@gcccd.edu
Meetings are held via Zoom during regularly scheduled times: Fridays at 12:30 p.m.
- Zoom Help (Start with this!)
- Using ConferZoom in Canvas (College of the Canyons)
- Canvas Instructor Guide for TechConnect Zoom (ConferZoom)
- Video: Faculty: Zoom in under 5 mins.
- Video: How to use Breakout rooms in Zoom for Teaching and learning
- Video: How to Present a Remote Whiteboard Lecture with Zoom, an iPad, and a digital pencil tool