Category Archives: Deadline News

A group photo of about three dozen or more Peer Leaders standing and smiling at the camera

Do you enjoy helping other students? Do you want to strengthen your own leadership skills? Do you love to network? Would you like to work directly with SCC’s success coaches?

If yes, then keep reading!

Peer Leaders will be a big part of both Sacramento City College’s City 101 summer bridge program and the new City Connections FYE. These programs prepare first year students in making a smooth transition from high school into college. The program peer leaders will act as guides and coaches for these entering students by providing them with information about college life, campus resources, and success in school.

Peer Leaders must be enrolled in at least 6 units at SCC, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8, and be able to commit for an entire year. For the application, along with additional requirements and a job description please stop by the Information Counter in the Student Services Building.

Deadline for applications is Thursday, April 19, by 5 p.m.

Questions? Email MackK@scc.losrios.edu.

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.

Students may pick up their Spring 2017 semester Access card (student ID) and Universal Transit Pass (UTP) stickers starting Jan. 3.

Pick-up locations are as follows:

  • Main Campus, City Café room 2: Jan. 3-31
  • Main Campus. Learning Resource Center (LRC) 2nd floor: Beginning Jan. 14
  • Davis Center
  • West Sacramento Center

Hours and Locations for Student Access Cards and Transit Stickers – Spring 2017

Student Access Card Info / Pricing for Universal Transit Pass (UTP)

Students may pick up Fall 2016 semester Access cards (student IDs) and Universal Transit Pass (UTP) stickers starting August 1.

Pick-up locations are as follows:

  • Main Campus, City Café room 2: August 1-September 2 2016
  • Main Campus. Learning Resource Center (LRC) 2nd floor: Beginning August 20 2016
  • Davis Center
  • West Sacramento Center

Hours and Locations for Student Access Cards and Transit Stickers – Fall 2016

Student Access Card Info / Pricing for Universal Transit Pass (UTP)

Are you dreaming of a great future … and have what it takes to stand out from the crowd?

This April, Sac City Talks will be a platform for you to test your public speaking skills on a real stage with a real audience.

8 minutes – Your stage – Your audience

Q: Who can be a speaker? A: Auditions are open to all college students from any institution AND community members or faculty. In other words: ANYONE!*

Q: How do I apply to be a speaker? A: Send an email today to: SacCityTalks@bt-media.net or saccitytalks@gmail.com You will be sent instructions and a link to upload your VIDEO SUBMISSION.

THEME: The Next 100 Years of Progress

*A certain number of spaces will be reserved for Sac City students.

Graduate Silhouette 1

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 4th.

Don’t miss the deadline, petition now!

Graduation Petition


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

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.

students strumming guitars in quad

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 for public transit at $50 each for January, February, March, April and May.

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

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.