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Club Day is March 5

SCC student clubs will be on the Quad on March 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to answer questions and provide information on what they have to offer. Come join the festivities!

Applications for club participation are now available in the Student Leadership and Development Office, SOG 226. The deadline for applications is Friday, Feb. 27.

For more information, contact SL&D at 558-2381.

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SCC Reps Attend Summit on Hispanic Serving Institutions

More than 20 representatives from SCC attended the HSI (Hispanic Serving Institutions) Summit at UC Davis on Feb. 17 and 18.

SCC faculty, staff and administrators convened with educational leaders from throughout the state to share and refine ideas about advocating for student success at HSI designated colleges.

Activities included hearing from various speakers, as well as listening to panel discussions and attending workshops.

Additionally, SCC students and alums starred in one of the discussion panels, co-moderated by SCC Economics Professor Sandra Camarena. The panelists were Angelica Garcia, Ermelinda Garfia, Jose Limon, Maria Medina, Veronica Orozco (CSUS) and Antonio Rios.

SCC has been recognized as an HSI by the US Department of Agriculture and is deemed eligible to apply for US Department of Education HSI grants. To be eligible for HSI designation, an institution must have an enrollment of undergraduate students that is at least 25 percent Hispanic. As of the Fall 2014 fourth week census date, SCC had 28 percent Hispanic students.


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Fast-Track Classes Start Feb. 17

Have you heard? Fast-Track classes are beginning soon!

Fast-Track classes are an opportunity for students to start certain full-credit classes halfway or later into the semester. They’re a great option for students who prefer an alternative to the 16-week full semester class offerings.

Here are some important dates to remember regarding Fast-Track classes this spring semester*:

  • Week of Feb. 26: Second 5-week classes begin
  • Week of March 17: Second 8-week classes begin
  • Week of April 9: Third 5-week classes begin

To enroll or learn more about the Los Rios Steps to Success, visit Find your success today!


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West Sacramento Center Celebrates 5 Years

The Sacramento City College West Sacramento Center is celebrating its 5-year birthday on Thursday, Jan. 29 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to the celebration at the center, which will include a short program led by SCC President Kathryn Jeffery and an open house.


Kondos ‘Exchange Show’ Now Open

The Kondos Gallery hosted an opening reception on Thursday, Jan. 29 for “The Exchange Show,” featuring the works of recent graduates from the Sacramento State University Master of Arts program.

The reception was held from in the gallery, which is on the Sacramento City College main campus.

Featured artists are Phillip Altstatt, Jeff Carter, Afsaneh Dehbozorg, Jeff Mayry, Roberta Rousos, Brad Starkey and Minh Tran.

The exhibit runs through Feb. 20. Gallery hours are Monday-Thursday, 12-4 p.m; Friday, 12-3 p.m.. Individual appointment may be made as well by contacting or calling 558-2559.

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Sacramento City College: A Look Back at 2014

It’s a new year and a new semester! We’re excited for what lies ahead, but let’s take a moment to reflect on some highlights from the past year at Sacramento City College.

The SCC Public Information Office compiled some major student achievements, college milestones and more in the slideshow below. You can also view it here.

The presentation captures only a small piece of the many accomplishments from students, faculty and staff at SCC. We thank everyone at the college for making 2014 a great year!

For best results, start presentation, then click the icon at the bottom right corner of the video to enable “Fullscreen” mode. You can manually click through each slide or select “Autoplay” (next to “Fullscreen” icon).

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Student IDs and Transit Stickers Now Available

Happy New Year students!

You are now able to 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 educational centers.

View the calendar for specific dates, times and locations between now and the Jan. 17 start to the Spring 2015 semester.

For more information on Access cards and UTP stickers, visit the Los Rios Community College District website.


Pedestrian Bridge Construction Continues through Spring Semester

Construction of a pedestrian bridge linking the Light Rail station at Sacramento City College and the Curtis Park II subdivision will continue through the spring semester.

The construction requires the closure of the road behind the SCC parking structure and around the back of the campus. Please plan your travels accordingly to bypass the closed road into or out of the campus.

The pedestrian bridge is a City of Sacramento project. It has been in the planning stages for many years, and will enhance access to SCC’s main campus and the Light Rail station.