Current Student Enrollment Steps
You are considered a continuing (or current) student if you were enrolled in classes at a Los Rios college during the most recent semester.
Not a Current Student?
If you are not a current or continuing student, then you may need to follow different steps. Find out what type of student you are and get the correct steps for you!
Complete Supplemental Enrollment Form
Save Money – Apply for Financial Aid
Financial aid is any source of funds that help you pay for college. We recommend that you submit a financial aid application to see what you qualify for!
Sacramento City College's federal school code is 001233.
The FAFSA is the gateway to most federal and state financial aid opportunities for US citizens, permanent residents, and eligible non-citizens, including:
If you are not a US Citizen, then you may be eligible for the California Dream Act. You can submit the California Dream Act Application (CADAA) if you meet the non-resident exemption requirements under AB 540, AB 2000, or SB 68, and any of the following are true:
- You are undocumented.
- You have a valid or expired DACA status.
- You are a U Visa holder.
- You have Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
Enroll in Classes
Current/continuing students qualify for Priority 1 enrollment.
You will be assigned an enrollment appointment, which is the earliest date and time you can enroll in classes. You can find your enrollment appointment in eServices.
You can enroll in classes at multiple Los Rios colleges. To do this, log in to eServices and follow these steps:
- Click Manage Classes.
- Click Add Another College.
- Follow the instructions to add the college where you want to take classes for the selected term.
Pay Your Fees
Pay your fees soon after you enroll to avoid being dropped.
Your tuition and fees are due soon after you enroll in classes. You may be dropped if your fees are not paid by the fee payment deadline. This is true even if you enroll in a class that starts later in the semester.
You can see how much you owe in eServices. From your dashboard, click Financial Account, then Account Balance.
Need help enrolling in your classes? Contact Admissions and Records.
Students must use a personal email, not a high school email, to complete their application. Free email accounts are available from many sources:
Note: While all of the providers listed above have millions of users and are widely trusted to be reliable and secure, OpenCCC and the CCC Chancellor's Office do not endorse any particular email providers, and will have no liability should any issues arise with a particular email provider.
You only need to submit one CCCApply application to take classes at any college in the Los Rios district – don't spend unnecessary time submitting separate applications for each college.
After your application is processed, we will email you a student ID number and instructions for next steps.
Students who have created a CCCApply account must log in using the account they created; they should not create a new account. Students who forgot their username/password can use the "Forgot" icon on the CCCApply site.
Students who use this function and still cannot find their username/password can call the OpenCCC helpline. If they don’t have their username or password and aren’t able to answer security questions to retrieve that information, then the student will have to contact CCCApply directly.
Sacramento City College does not have access to CCCApply account information.