SCC West Sacramento Center

SCC West Sacramento Center is part of Sacramento City College. The Center offers various classes and student services on-site. Services offered include:

About Us

The West Sacramento Center was officially opened in fall 1999 on Halyard Drive in West Sacramento. With 3 classrooms and 1 computer lab, a variety of classes were offered including lower level English as Second Language (ESL), basic skills, and transfer classes.

In spring 2010, the Center was relocated on West Capitol Avenue (current location) and was joined together with Downtown Center. Currently, the Center is a 3-story building that includes 11 classrooms and 1 computer lab. Services offered include academic and financial aid counseling, enrollment assistance, assessment testing, tutoring services, and other student support services. The Center currently serves more than 2500 students. For more information, see the snapshot.

The Middle College High School Initiative

Educational Opportunities for High School students have been expanded through a new partnership between Sacramento City College and the Washington Unified School District (WUSD) in West Sacramento. The intent of the new Middle College High School initiative is to increase the college-going rates in West Sacramento.  The Washington Unified School District opened the Washington Middle College High School (WMCHS) in fall of 2017 at the Fallbrook campus. This unique partnership allows students to earn a high school diploma AND attend community college (fee-free) at the Sacramento City College – West Sacramento Center starting in the 9th grade.  Students who attend Washington Middle College High School could earn up to 60 units or more of community college credits towards an Associate’s Degree and/or transfer. WMCHS students can also take advantage of the supplemental instructional support services offered at the high school and Sacramento City College – West Sacramento Center.

West Sacramento College Promise Program

West Sacramento College Promise

Are you a recent West Sacramento high school graduate?

Residents of the City of West Sacramento who graduated from a High School from the Washington Unified School District within last 6 months will be able to attend their first year at any Sacramento City College (SCC) location (Main Campus, West Sacramento Center, or Davis Center) fee-free (12 – 15 units per semester).

Applications for fall 2019 semester is now open.  Visit West Sacramento College Promise website for more information.

The West Sacramento College Promise is an initiative approved by the voters of the City of West Sacramento in November 2016 as part of the City’s Kids’ Home Run Program. The West Sacramento College Promise allocates funds to cover at least the first year’s community college fees for eligible West Sacramento students. The program is a partnership between the City of West Sacramento, Washington Unified School District, and Sacramento City College.

West Sac Center Office

West Sac Center Office Hours

January 2-17, 2020

Monday-Friday: 8:00 am- 4:00 pm
Saturday/Sunday: Closed

January 18-May 20

Monday – Thursday: 8:00am-6:00pm
Friday/Saturday: 8:00am-4:00pm
Sunday: CLOSED

West Sac Center Staff