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Your Semester To-do List at Sacramento City College

Your to-do list for preparing for the Spring 2024 semester.

  • Log into eServices (the hub for enrolling in classes).
    • If you can’t remember your student ID number, retrieve it with the Student ID Lookup tool. If you don’t recall your password or haven’t set one up, create a password using your security questions.
  • Access your student Gmail account.
    • You will receive important emails from professors here. Your login and password are the same as those used for eServices; your email address is your student ID number + (ex:
  • Submit official transcripts/test scores to our Admissions & Records office.
    • This is only necessary if you’ve earned college credit outside of Los Rios Community College District and plan to receive a degree/certificate from SCC. Reminder: to transfer credit, official transcripts/test scores must be sent directly from the issuing institution to our office (
  • Review your Math & English Placements in eServices.
    • Under the Academic Records tile in eServices, you can review your Math/English placements (aka the Math/English classes you are immediately eligible to enroll in based on your application).
  • Meet with a counselor to create your Spring semester ed plan.
    • This step is highly suggested for (1) students who need help choosing classes, (2) students transferring credit from prior colleges and/or (3) students seeking a certificate/degree from SCC. You can schedule a counseling appointment using your student ID number and birthdate. New appointments are released on weeknights at midnight.
  • Submit FAFSA (or CADAA for Dreamers).
    • This is required if interested in determining your financial aid eligibility for Spring semester.
  • Check out the Spring 2024 class schedule.
    • Choose class sections that fit your schedule and educational goals.
  • Review your enrollment appointment in eServices.
    • Your enrollment appointment is the first date/time that you are eligible to begin enrolling for Spring semester.
  • Complete all tasks listed in the Tasks tile of eServices before enrolling.
    • Incomplete tasks prevent enrollment. Each semester, check prior to your enrollment appointment to ensure that all tasks are completed and enrollment holds are cleared.
  • Enroll in classes via eServices when your enrollment appointment arrives.
  • Beginning January 13th, log into Canvas to review your course syllabi.
    • Canvas uses the same login info as eServices. Each class has a unique Canvas page where you can review the syllabus, assignments, due dates, grades, etc. Be sure to read each syllabus in its entirety for course expectations.

Spring semester begins January 13, 2024.