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Anthropology of Religion

There are a number of openings in Anthropology of Religion classes for the upcoming Spring 2016 semester.

This course is a cross-cultural study of the forms and functions of religions, spiritual beliefs, and their associated rituals in various societies of Africa, Asia, aboriginal Australia, Oceania, South America, native North America, and elsewhere. The emphasis of the course is on understanding beliefs and rituals within their social contexts and on broad comparison to derive insight into the general functions of beliefs and rituals in human life.

If you are looking for a class to fill out your schedule, and it goes in your education plan, look at the availability below (which was correct as of Jan. 8) and consider adding one of these classes.

Sign up today!

ANTH 331 LEC
SCC MAIN  T06
P. LindellMW
01:30pm – 02:50pm
Jan 16 – May 18
18323
3.00 Units
Open
ANTH 331 LEC
SCC MAIN  T04  1
P. LindellTh
10:30am – 11:50am
Jan 16 – May 18
19125
3.00 Units
Open
ANTH 331 LEC
SCC MAIN  T04  1
P. LindellTBA
 
Jan 16 – May 18
19125
3.00 Units
Open
ANTH 331 LEC
SCC MAIN  T04  1
P. LindellT
02:30pm – 03:50pm
Jan 16 – May 18
18324
3.00 Units
Open
ANTH 331 LEC
SCC MAIN  T04  1
P. LindellTBA
 
Jan 16 – May 18
18324
3.00 Units
Open
ANTH 331 LEC
Davis Cntr  Davis  205
B. WynnMW
01:00pm – 02:20pm
Jan 16 – May 18
18322
3.00 Units
Open

For more information on all open classes, please visit the Los Rios Open Class webpage.

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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.

Save Your Spot homepage

Don’t forget to Save Your Spot!

The Spring 2016 priority enrollment period has begun, and will continue through Dec. 12. That means current students have the opportunity to choose classes for next semester between now and then, depending on your priority date. Registering for classes the target date ensures current students the absolute best chance of getting the classes you want and need this coming Spring Semester!

If you do not take advantage of the priority enrollment period, then you will have to wait until general enrollment, which occurs later in the month of December and into January. Waiting until then will make it much more difficult to sign up for the classes your want and need.

To learn of your priority enrollment date, log into your eServices account and check your email. It was sent to you by the Los Rios District on Nov. 12.

So, take advantage of this opportunity and Save Your Spot!

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Begin planning for the Spring 2016 Semester at Sacramento City College. The online schedule is now available. Click on the Spring 2016 link under “Upcoming Semesters.”

Remember that continuing students have priority registration from Nov. 30 through Dec. 11. So please make sure you are enrolled for Spring 2016 to get an early registration appointment. The earlier you get an appointment, the better chance you have of getting all your needed and wanted classes.

Fast track classes

The following list are classes that begin in mid October, and still have seats available. They are only eight weeks long.

If you have an opening in your schedule and would like to take a fast-track class, you may find one that will help you get closer to your educational goals.

Course# and TextbookCourse Name and LocationProfessorDaysTime and Dates
ACCT 109 LEC
Textbook
Introduction to Ethics and Fraud in Accounting
SCC MAIN  BUS  223
G. WilliamsTTh11:30am – 12:50pm
Oct 15 – Dec 11
ACCT 138 LEC
Textbook
Small Business Taxes
SCC MAIN  BUS  240
S. SteinMW05:30pm – 07:40pm
Oct 15 – Dec 11
AERO 321 LEC
Textbook
Airframe Structures
Off Campus  McClellan
L. JohnsonMTWThF08:00pm – 10:05pm
Oct 17 – Dec 17
AERO 323 LAB
Textbook
Airframe Structures and Systems Applications
Off Campus  McClellan
L. JohnsonMTWThF03:30pm – 07:45pm
Oct 17 – Dec 17
CISA 305 LEC
Textbook
Beginning Word Processing
West Sac  WSC  220
A. GruenebergerTTh05:30pm – 07:00pm
Oct 15 – Dec 11
CISA 310 LEC
Textbook
Introduction to Electronic Spreadsheets
SCC MAIN  BUS  103
B. DouglassMW04:00pm – 05:05pm
Oct 15 – Dec 11
CISA 310 LABIntroduction to Electronic Spreadsheets
SCC MAIN  BUS  103
B. DouglassMW05:15pm – 06:20pm
Oct 15 – Dec 11
CISA 311 LEC
Textbook
Intermediate Electronic Spreadsheets
SCC MAIN  Online
K. ParksOnline *
Oct 15 – Dec 11
CISA 311 LABIntermediate Electronic Spreadsheets
SCC MAIN  Online
K. ParksOnline *Oct 15 – Dec 11
CISC 320 LEC
Textbook
Operating Systems
SCC MAIN  Online
J. CheungOnline *Oct 15 – Dec 11
CISC 324 LEC
Textbook
Intermediate Linux Operating System
SCC MAIN  Online
P. HogartyOnline *Oct 15 – Dec 11
CISC 324 LABIntermediate Linux Operating System
SCC MAIN  Online
P. HogartyOnline *Oct 15 – Dec 11
CISN 308 LABInternetworking with TCP/IP
SCC MAIN  BUS  219
T. TaylorW05:00pm – 06:50pm
Oct 15 – Dec 11
CISN 308 LABInternetworking with TCP/IP
SCC MAIN  Online
T. TaylorOnline *Oct 15 – Dec 11
LTAT 330 LEC
Textbook
Desire2Learn Familiarization
SCC MAIN  Online
D. Gilbert-ValenciaOnline *Nov 03 – Dec 10
MATH 104 LEC
Textbook
Elementary Algebra, Part II
SCC MAIN  PAC  130
A. DeglowMW05:30pm – 08:50pm
Oct 15 – Dec 11
OTA 161 LAB
Textbook
Field Work Level II for the Occupational Therapy Assistant
TBA  TBA
L. BeadlesTBA
Oct 23 – Jan 12
SPORT 376 LAB
Textbook
Off Season Swim & Dive
SCC MAIN  HSP  1
S. HansonTTh09:00am – 10:20am
Oct 15 – Dec 11
PTA 142 LAB
Textbook
Clinical Practicum I
TBA  TBA
P. HarrisMTWThF08:00am – 04:50pm
Nov 02 – Dec 17
PTA 152 LAB
Textbook
Clinical Practicum II
TBA  TBA
P. HarrisTBANov 02 – Dec 17
RAILR 122 LEC
Textbook
Railroad Safety, Quality, and Environment
SCC MAIN  TEC  102
D. WingerMTWTh06:00pm – 09:10pm
Oct 17 – Nov 13
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The Accreditation Visiting team presented its preliminary impressions during an open meeting Thursday at 1 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. Team chair Dr. Norma Ambriz-Galaviz praised much of what is transpiring at SCC, including the Cultural Awareness Center and Student Senate (particularly in the area of student involvement in our committee structure). The group did offer some areas where work needs to be done. Most in the audience agreed it was a very positive review for the team. Congratulations SCC!

 

lightrail

Thanks to overwhelming support, Student Measure A, the Universal Transit Pass agreement with Sacramento RTD passes overwhelmingly with 96% of students voting in favor of the new arrangement.

This means students with more than 3 units can pay for a public transit pass at $2.10 per unit up to a maximum of 15 units (that’s no more than $31.50) per semester. This also allows students to pay a $10 public transit fee for summer classes. The cost for a student pass is far below the $100 per month RTD charges other passengers.

With the results of the two-day election now complete, the decision will be taken to the Los Rios Community College Board of Trustees meeting on Oct. 21 for final approval.

Congratulations, students!

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Students – download Grad Guru, a new FREE APP for iPhone and Android.

This APP will help you keep up with dates, deadlines and campus details.

To use Grad Guru:

1) go to the “App Store” (iPhone) or “Google Play” (Android).

2) Search “Grad Guru”

3)  Download app

4) Open the app and select “Sacramento City College”

5) Follow the prompts to set up your personal account

Big Day of Giving

The Los Rios Foundation, which will funnel money back to Sacramento City College, raised nearly $10,000 during Tuesday’s Big Day of Giving.

In all, more than 500 local charities took home a combined $5.6 million in the one-day donate-a-thon.

Thank you for your contribution to this cause.