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The Great Gatsby Feb. 24 to March 19, 2017

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s jazz age classic, The Great Gatsby, adapted by Simon Levy and directed by Lori Ann DeLappe-Grondin comes alive on stage in the SCC Auditorium Feb. 24 – March 19. We continue our season celebrating the college’s 100th Anniversary with Fitzgerald’s Jazz Age Classic of decadence, idealism, and excess, creating a portrait of the Roaring Twenties that has been described as a cautionary tale regarding the American Dream.

Feb. 24 – March 19, 2017
8:00 p.m. Fridays & Saturdays | 2:00 p.m. Sundays & Saturday 3/18
Performances will be held at the:
Main Auditorium
Sacramento City College
3835 Freeport Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95822

City Theatre at Sacramento City College is offering free tickets to all SCC employees this weekend only, Feb. 24, 25, or 26!

silhouette of a graduating students against a bright yellow background

Planning to complete your degree or certificate this semester?

Students completing a degree or certificate must initiate an online graduation petition or a petition with the Admission and Records office at the beginning of their graduation/completion term.

Deadline for Spring Graduation is the Friday, March 3rd.

Don’t miss the deadline, petition now!

Graduation Petition

To register for commencement (due May 18th), visit the commencement page on our website.

Two students standing and talking outside of City Cafe, while students walk by in the background.

Spring Flex will be held on Jan. 11 and 12, leading up to Convocation on Friday, Jan. 13.

The flex program is an opportunity for faculty and staff to participate in professional development activities before the semester begins. Convocation is a program to kick off the semester and features remarks from the Los Rios Chancellor, the college president, as well as guest presenters on current topics relevant to the District and college.

Faculty and staff should contact their division office for the times and locations of division, department and program meetings. There will be a continental breakfast on the morning of Convocation, from 7 to 8 a.m. in City Cafe.

The Flex Booklet and details on Convocation are available online.


Students, come and experience a bit of technology and science in an informative and informal setting!

Science and Technology instructors want to show you how interesting computer programming and chemistry can be.

Oh, and FREE lunch will be provide lunch after the fun.

It all happens at STEM-Posium, Friday, Dec. 2, from 9 a.m. to noon in Lillard Hall 103.

Please RSVP at

We hope to see you there!

The Sac City Library, in cooperation with the SCC Games Club, is taking part in International Games Day @ Your Library.

This event will take place from 1 – 5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17, in LRC 105.

Students, faculty and staff are invited to come and join in on the fun!

Participants are encouraged to bring in their own tabletop or board games, or play one of the games that has been donated by a sponsor.


The Veteran’s Resource Center is hosting a FREE BBQ in honor of Veterans’ Day appreciation BBQ today, starting at 11 and serving until the food runs out. Bring your appetite.

On the menu is baby back ribs, hot links, chips, and drinks. Look for the barbecue equipment located in the quad right in front of the Veteran’s Resource Center, PAC 101.

The U.S. General Election, including the vote for U.S. President and many other races and ballot propositions, will take place on Tuesday, November 8 throughout the nation.
This includes Sacramento, where numerous polling places will be open. Across the street from the main SCC Campus, on Sutterville Road, a polling facility will be housed at the All Saints Episcopal Church. Students can vote a provisional ballot or submit their absentee ballot there if the student is registered to vote is Sacramento County.
Using this website will help students and employees find the nearest polling places in Sacramento County.
A list of polling places for students and employees at the West Sacramento or Davis Centers, can be found by visiting the Yolo County website.

Thanks to one of the newest clubs on campus, the Model U.N., U.S. Diplomat Dorothy Ngutter will speak at SCC on Oct. 19 from 5 to 6 p.m. in LRC 105.
Ms. Ngutter will speak about the opportunities for internships and employment within the U.S. State Department and U.S. Foreign Service.
She is one of 16 Diplomats in Residence throughout the U.S., and provides career guidance to people throughout Alaska, Oregon, Washington and Northern California.
We hope you have an opportunity to attend this informative presentation.

The Sac City Panthers beat Sierra College 21-20 in overtime Saturday to claim victory in the Centennial Football Game, held at the end of a very productive day in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Sacramento City College.

After the teams finished regulation tied 14-14, Tyree Hanson scored on a 4-yard run, and Elijah Siemering kicked the extra point for a 21-14 lead. The extra point proved to be the game winner, as Sierra also scored a touchdown during their overtime possession, but failed on the extra point attempt.

Hanson finished with 213 yards rushing on 39 attempts during the driving rain storm.

Congratulations Panthers, who improved to 4-2 on the season and 1-0 in conference play.


Storytime Theatre of Sacramento city college proudly presents the sleeping beauty adapted and directed by Doug Lawson.

This production was inspired by Sacramento City College’s 100 year anniversary!

The sleeping beauty opens October 29th and plays Saturdays and Sundays at 12 noon through November 20th 2016.

Admission is $5 for all ages, cash or checks only at the door. Tickets may also be purchased online at (children 2 years old and under are admitted free).

Half-price opening day special! October 29th only!

Group rate for parties of 15 or more, 20% off! Please call 916-558-2174 to make arrangements

Performances are located in the little theatre, Performing Arts Center PAC room 106.

Parking is free on campus Saturdays and Sundays only.

The closing performance on Sunday November 20th will be interpreted in American sign language.

For more information, check our website or call professor Doug Lawson at (916) 558-2174.