Category Archives: Campus News

Child Development Center representative reading to children

Applications are now being accepted for preschool and childcare for the Summer and Fall 2017 semesters.

Preschool: 3 -5 year olds
(Child must be 3 by September 1)

  • Full-time Preschool (Child Care)
    Monday – Thursday, 7:15 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Friday, 7:15 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Part day State Preschool
    Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    or
    Monday – Thursday, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Students: Plan course schedule accordingly

Please note – Parents are not required to be working or in school for the part day preschool
Free or reduced fees for qualifying families

*Pick up a registration packet at Sacramento City College Child Development Center
(Located between the Bookstore and Hughes Stadium)

Open: Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
For more information contact the CDC Center at 916-558-2542

Vintage cars for car show

Featuring 100 cars from 1916 to present, this event will be the first of its kind for Sacramento. Come check out our collective history through this fabulous parade of cars—from the heavyweights of yesteryear to today’s green, fuel efficient vehicles.

The event will take place Saturday, April 29 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Sacramento City College.

Time Capsule Opening- 12 p.m.

The event is free to the public! Free parking!

For more information contact us at www.scc.losrios.edu/sccat100.

Students and potential employers at SCC Career Day

Invest in your future at SCC annual Career Day. The event will include over 50 employers and SCC departments that have registered for this event. With graduation right around the corner it will be a great opportunity to network, explore various career pathways, and seek numerous job opportunities. There will also be labs and workshops available to assist students in preparation for this popular event.

Career day will be held Tuesday, April 25 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Main Quad.

For more information including participating employers click here.
Get involved! Volunteer sign-ups click here or call at 916-558-2565.

SCC baseball player batting at away game

The Panthers scored 14 runs on 14 hits as they beat the CRC Hawks and won the season series City baseball continues to round out a strong season April 9. SCC’s Antonio Torres collected a double and teammate, Shaq Robinson, hit a home run earlier this month. Sac City baseball continues their successful season as the semester proceeds. Come show your support for Panther athletics at Hughes stadium!

For current stories, stats, and upcoming athletic events check out the official SCC Panthers page here.

Sacramento City College thanks all who made the Centennial Gala on March 25 a great success!

Tickets were sold out and the college was able to raise about $45,000 to support students and faculty innovation programs.

Those who attended the gala were treated to an evening of entertainment from SCC’s best live music and theater, accompanied by an elegant dinner.

Financial Aid eligibility currency over campus image

Students must have a current iSEP (Individual Student Education Plan) on file in order to receive their full financial aid award.

If you are a student, be sure to check in with counselors regularly to assess your iSEP, help you stay on track and update your plan if needed. Counseling appointments can be scheduled online.

Although a course may not qualify for financial aid, it can still be invaluable to your academic success. Talk to a counselor and reach out to your professors and other academic advisers to ensure you are taking the right courses — take charge of your education!

The BOG Fee Waiver is not affected by course eligibility. If a student has been awarded a BOG Fee Waiver, it will cover the enrollment for all courses, even those not required for the student’s major. However, the student’s total financial aid award may be reduced.

More information about financial aid course eligibility is available online.

Student leaders on campus

Student Government elections are coming up!
The candidates will be in the quad making their statements known. Come learn what the positions are and what the candidates advocate. You can hear candidates for Sacramento City College positions. March 30, the candidates for Los Rios Student Trustee will be here.

Candidates will speak from 12 – 12:50 p.m. in the Quad.

Come listen and investigate the issues, and be prepared to make an informed choice on election day.

SCC students and Los Rios Student Trustee with Los Rios student leader at Lobby 2017
Pictured above: SCC students and Los Rios Student Trustee, Marianna Sousa, with Los Rios student leaders attending Lobby 2017 at the California State Capitol. Here they are demonstrating getting involved in what matters and having a voice.

Dental Hygiene Clinic students

Did you know Sacramento City College has its own Dental Health Clinic! Services are free to any SCC student and are low cost for the public.

The Dental Hygiene Program would like to invite all interested parties in need of dental hygiene care to schedule as patients in our clinic. These services are at no cost to SCC students. Faculty are also eligible. These services are provided by both first and second year students, and are supervised by dental hygiene faculty and our supervising dentists providing step by step guidance and review of all treatments rendered.

Services provided include prophylaxis (teeth cleaning for healthy mouths), periodontal debridement (for patients with bone loss and gum disease issues of multiple levels), radiographs (x-rays), dental sealants and interim therapeutic restorations. Our D.D.S. does a ‘screening’ exam and referrals are given to patients requiring continued restorative treatment.

Contact the Dental Health Clinic at (916) 558-2303
or come see us at Rodda Hall South – Dental Clinic for your appointment.
Clinic hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

We do not provide dental care such as fillings or extraction services.

Come check out our clinic!

For more information visit: http://www.scc.losrios.edu/dentalhealthclinic

mortarboard graduation cap on top of a stack of hundred dollar bills

Students need to be aware that financial aid will only fund courses that are part of their major, general education and/or transfer, including basic skills, prerequisite, and ESL courses.

Once enrolled, students may receive a notification in their eServices account regarding courses that are ineligible for financial aid. Students who have questions about this should stay enrolled until they have met with a counselor.

Counseling appointments can be made online.

The BOG Fee Waiver is not affected. If a student has been awarded a BOG Fee Waiver, it will cover the enrollment fees for all courses, even those not required for the student’s major. However, the student’s total financial aid award may be reduced.

More information about financial aid course eligibility is available online.