- Desire 2 Learn (D2L) Access
Program to support online learning.
Books, media, databases and online research.
- Computer Labs & hours
Locations, hours, and contact information for computer labs on campus.
- Information Technology Services for Students
- Los Rios Gmail
Free student email
- Wireless Access
Information about Free Wireless Internet Access on Campus.
- Food Services
Hours of operation, menus, nutrition information and more for SCC food services including City Cafe and Java City.
- College Store
Buy books, school supplies, software, college branded merchandise, etc...
- Distance Education
Access to online, hybrid (onsite and online) and televised courses.
SCC clubs, cultural events, athletics and more
- Cultural Awareness Center
Sponsors intercultural programs and activities
- Dance and Cheer
The Dance and Cheer web page.
Online version of the student run college newspaper the Express
Lesbian Gay Bi Transexual Alliance
- Student Associated Council
Student participation in College Goverance and Student Leadership activities
- Student Leadership & Development
Get involved on campus! Check out student clubs at SCC, become a member of Student Associated Council or participate in many campus events and activities!
- Alternate Media/Access
Service to ensure web content and instructional course materials are accessible to students with disabilities.
California Work Opportunity & Responsibility to Kids is a state-funded Welfare-to-Work program designed to help individuals on public assistance become self-sufficient.
- Chicana/o & Latina/o Recognition Ceremony
Latina/o Students Celebration
- Child Development Center
Child care program designed to serve student parents enrolled in SCC classes
- Cosmetology Services
Cosmetology services performed by students supervised by instructors.
- Dental Health Clinic
Dental procedures performed by students under the supervision of an instructor offered at discounted prices.
- Disability Resource Center
Provides educational opportunities and access to SCC students with documented physical, communication and psychological disabilities, acquired brain injuries, and developmentally delayed learners
- Extended Opportunities Programs and Services (EOPS)
The Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS) at Sacramento City College is a student support program for educationally and economically disadvantaged students.
- Health Services
Provides preventative health care services to students.
- Honors Program
Honors Courses and Phi Theta Kappa
Academic program in which students apply classroom learning to a work environment while earning college credit.
Assists students majoring in math, engineering, or science to succeed academically and transfer to a 4 year institution
Description of Puente Program
Money for college
- Tutoring Center
Tutoring services, workshops, and study skills guides in variety of subjects
- Veterans Affairs
A variety of programs for Veterans and dependents of deceased or disabled Veterans who may qualify for federal and state educational programs.
- Work Experience
Earn 1-4 units working in a job, internship or volunteer position.
- Writing Center
Writing Tutoring for All Courses