We Celebrate Diversity
We Celebrate You!
SCC has a longstanding tradition of empowering students who came from diverse backgrounds–of varying experience, resources, age, and ability–to reach their academic and career goals. Whether students plan to transfer, earn a degree, or certificate, or improve basic skills proficiency, you will find that SCC offers a broad array of courses and services to help students achieve their goals.
SCC offers a wide variety of cultural retention and engagement opportunities, to make sure our students are successful:
- Peer mentoring
- Study spaces
- Support services
ASHÉ Center and Umoja-SBA seek to enhance the educational experience for students of African descent at Sacramento City College.
Asian Pacific Islander Support
SCC offers a wide variety of cultural retention and engagement opportunities to make sure our students are successful.
The LGBTQIA community at Sacramento City College is made up of students, staff, faculty and managers.
Native American Student Support
Native American Student Support seeks to increase the successes and visibility of Native American students.
The mission of the Puente Project is to increase the number of educationally disadvantaged students who enroll in four-year colleges and universities, earn college degrees, and return to their communities as mentors and leaders to future generations.
RASA Center and Puente Project seek to empower Latinx students, and other students of color.
The Umoja-SBA learning community is committed to the academic success, personal growth, and development of students of African Ancestry as well as other students of diverse ancestries with the emphasis on first-year college students.
Sacramento City College aims to create a safe, welcoming, and supportive environment for undocumented immigrant students from point of recruitment, to enrollment and completion of their goals.