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Jenny Vanden Eynden
Mathematics Professor
Phone: 619.644.7294


Information for Syllabi Creation & Semester Start-up

Grossmont College
Mathematics Department


Emergency Information
Flex Week
Syllabus Help
Course Management
Course Outlines

1. Campus Safety/ Emergency Information

In case of a life-threatening emergency - dial 911 or 619-644-7654

Threat Assessment at Grossmont College

  • When do you call?
    Whenever something occurs outside of the course of normal events which, in your opinion, may be a threat.   

  • Whom do you call?   

    • Public Safety: 644-7654

    • Your Dean, Mike Reese: 644-7163

    • Assoc. Dean of Student Affairs, Sara Glasgow: 644-7159

    • Your VP, TBD

  • Document the Event:

    Save emails, Write a short narrative and send to all of the above

New Emergency Cellphone Alert System, GCCCD District

Personal Counseling Resources and Links: Crisis/Suicide Hotlines, Financial/Medical/Veteran


2. Flex Week Info

Flex Week/ Professional Development Website

Blank professional development "Faculty Contract" form

Math Related Flex Meetings/Workshops, Spring 2013

Math Department Meeting Agenda, Jan. 23 Spring 2013 Flex Week

Course Coordinators, Spring 2013


3. Syllabus Help


Calendar, Spring 2013 (with school holidays listed)

Final Exam Schedule, Spring 2013

Textbook information at the GC online bookstore, click on “TEXTBOOKS”

Sample Syllabi, Official Course Outlines (Sorry, still in progress)

4 Statements for your syllabus, plus 2 more (optional)


Course Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs):

Please include the Student Learning Outcomes for your math course on your syllabus.  All course SLO’s are listed at:


Academic Integrity: 

Cheating and plagiarism (using as one's own ideas writings, materials, or images of someone else without acknowledgement or permission) can result in any one of a variety of sanctions. Such penalties may range from an adjusted grade on the particular exam, paper, project, or assignment (all of which may lead to a failing grade in the course) to, under certain conditions, suspension or expulsion from a class, program or the college.  For further clarification and information on these issues, please consult with your instructor or contact the office of the Associate Dean of Student Affairs.


Accommodations for Students with Disabilities:

Students with disabilities who may need accommodations in this class are encouraged to notify the instructor and contact Disabled Student Services & Programs (DSP&S) early in the semester so that reasonable accommodations may be implemented as soon as possible. Students may contact DSP&S in person in building 60, room 120 or by phone at (619) 644-7112 (voice) or (877) 561-8975 (Video Phone for the deaf).


For instructors teaching Math 80 through Math 97:
Please include this referral to use the Math Study Center (MSC)

Supervised Tutoring Referral:

  1. Students requiring additional help or resources to achieve the stated learning outcomes for __MATH   XXX      are referred to enroll in IDS 198: Supervised Tutoring - Math, for assistance in the Math Study Center (70-112). The department will provide Add Codes.
  2. IDS 198 is a non-credit/non-fee course.


Student Enrollment Limit (Optional Statement for Syllabus)

The maximum number of times a student may enroll in the same credit course is three times.

  • A student, through a combination of substandard grades (D or F) and withdrawals (W) on their student record, may only take a class three times.
  • If a student, through a combination of substandard grades (D or F) and withdrawals (W), wishes to take a class for the fourth time, they must submit a petition to the Admissions and Records Office. Petitions will only be approved based on extenuating circumstances.
  • Military Withdrawals do not count in terms of repetition restrictions, nor do withdrawals that occur due to fire, flood (Title 5 Sections 55024 and 58509)
  • This rule does not contain a grandfather clause. If a student has already reached the maximum allotted number of course repetitions, the district will not be able to claim apportionment for that course.

Voter Registration (Optional Statement for Syllabus)

If you are not registered to vote, please register online today: Please choose the vote-by-mail option.

4. Course Management

Semester Checklist of Due Dates, Spring 2013

Enrollment Management Ideas

FAQs for Wait List Process

Information and Answers on Attendance, Grading, Final Exams and Petitions

Email Forwarding (from GCCCD to non-GCCCD account)

5. Course Outlines

Sorry, still in progress


Last Updated: 07/15/2015


Jenny Vanden Eynden
Mathematics Professor
Phone: 619.644.7294

  • Grossmont
  • Cuyamaca
A Member of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District