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SCC’s annual People’s Day event is Thursday, May 5 all day long in the Quad.

Stop by and see various musical groups, shop at local vendor booths and enjoy the activities scheduled for throughout the day, like the car show and a fashion show.

There will be a free pancake breakfast in the Quad from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. to help get everyone fired up for finals.

West Sac Veterans

The West Sacramento Center has partnered with YoloArts and the Yolo County Veterans Service Office to host a three-city traveling art exhibit celebrating veterans.

“Positive Reflections: From Combat to Community” showcases works inspired and created by veterans.

The goal of the exhibition is to contribute to the public understanding of veterans’ experiences and honor them as they reintegrate from combat to civilian life.

On opening day at the West Sacramento Center, there was a Veterans Resource Fair from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., accompanied by blues music by Joe Lev and Friends. An artists reception was held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., and featured a reading of “Positive Reflections,” a commissioned poem by Davis Poet Laureate Andy Jones.

The project is funded by a Veterans in the Arts grant award to YoloArts from the California Arts Council.

Please check out some photos from the event on our SCC slide show page.


Join us on Tuesday, March 8 for “Quilts of Many Colors,” a celebration of quilts, and meet the women of the Sisters Quilting Collective.

The reception will be held from noon to 1:30 in the Cultural Awareness Center.

For more information, contact the CAC at 558-2575. Students requiring additional accommodations, please contact the DSPS office at 558-2087. Faculty/staff requiring sign language interpreter service should contact Chris Iwata at 558-2552.

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The SCC West Sacramento Center hosted the first Yolo County African American Leadership Conference for middle and high school students on Saturday, February 6.

More than 100 participants and their parents from the four school districts in the Yolo County. Students had the opportunity to participate in several workshops that included Leadership Development, Empowerment, College Success, Career Planning, and Hope and Healing.

The Yolo County Office of Education and the University of California Davis led the planning and organization of the conference.

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To Our Students:

We at Sacramento City College are so glad you’re here. Thank you for taking classes and working toward your educational goals.

During the week of Feb. 16-19, you’ll see professors and employees wearing cutout paper hearts pinned to their shirts. This small token is a visible reminder of SCC’s commitment to supporting your goals.

Please take a moment to say “hello” or ask a question. We’re here to help!

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Please be advised that online enrollment and other services related to eServices will be unavailable beginning at 11:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 8, as the system undergoes regular maintenance.

The scheduled maintenance is expected to be complete by 9 a.m. (and no later than 6 p.m.) on Sunday, Jan. 10.

The maintenance also affects the Employee Self Service (ESS) program and related PeopleSoft systems.

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Students may pick up Spring semester Access cards (student IDs) and UTP stickers (transit stickers).

Pick-up locations include the main campus and at the Davis and West Sacramento centers. See the calendar for specific dates, times and locations.

Students enrolled in 3 units or fewer may purchase a monthly pass at $50 each for January, February, March, April and May.

For more information, visit the Los Rios Community College District website.


Faculty, staff and students have an opportunity to meet and chat with Los Rios Chancellor Brian King on Thursday, Nov. 5, from 12-1 p.m. in the Student Center.

“Brown Bag with Brian” is an informal conversation with Chancellor King on topics related to the present and future of SCC and the District.

Participants are encouraged to bring a “brown bag” lunch. Lemonade, iced tea and cookies will be provided. Questions or comments may be sent to the Chancellor at

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The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Sacramento City College $525,000 in federal funding for each of the next five years as part of the Department’s Developing Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) Program.

“This HSI grant is very significant for Sacramento City College as we continue to expand and enhance our services to students,” said SCC President Kathryn Jeffery. “And, the global studies component of our proposal will prepare students for engagement locally, nationally and internationally.”

Funding from this federal grant will allow Sacramento City College to fully support its comprehensive approach to academic success for first-year Hispanic students. The goals of this program are to improve student course success rates, retention rates, and completion rates for first-year Hispanic students. Sacramento City College plans to achieves these goals by creating a comprehensive first-year learning community program with culturally responsive curriculum development, expanding learning opportunities outside of the classroom, purchasing teaching materials and developing workshops, and implementing mentorship and internship programs. This multifaceted initiative will help ensure that all students have the support and opportunities they need to achieve academic success at Sacramento City College.

“This grant recognizes Sacramento City College’s commitment to first-year students of diverse backgrounds and needs,” said Congresswoman Doris Matsui, who announced the award on Sept. 30. “Through this recognition and funding as part of the Developing Hispanic Serving Institution Program, Sacramento City College will continue to invest in first-year students’ success, and will improve educational outcomes and opportunities for entering Hispanic students.”

Sacramento City College enrolls a diverse student body in an urban campus environment.  The college has a student body of approximately 24,000 students, of which nearly 30 percent are Hispanic/Latino.