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Clubs and Student Leadership

About Student Leadership and Development

Student Leadership and Development is where to be for clubs, student government, events, and leadership workshops/classes! Get connected with your campus community! Your actions matter. It's fun! It's easy! Join us!

Join in the fun now, and enjoy the benefits for the rest of your life. It's easy – come visit or call us!

Student Associated Council

SAC is composed of three different groups: the Student Senate, Clubs and Events Board (CAEB), and the Joint-Budget Committee.

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Student Clubs

Any group of students having common interests may organize a student club under the rules established for student organizations.

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Student Ambassadors

Sacramento City College Student Ambassadors serve to set the tone for present and prospective students as a public relations and institutional advancement resource.

Student Ambassadors

Academic Senate

The Academic Senate is the faculty source for college, district, and shared governance information.

Academic Senate

Transcript Notation Request

If you would like your Student Associated Council involvement noted on your official SCC transcript, then you must submit this form.

All requirements must be met in order to have “Recognized Student Leader” noted on your transcript. If you have questions or need additional information, please contact the Advisor directly. Thank you.

Workroom and Supplies

Students can access various supplies in our workroom for use in making banners and other school-related activities.

Access

Student Leadership and Development strives to provide access for all students to activities, events, and other programs and services. Please contact the Student Leadership and Development Office if we can provide an accommodation or assist in creating a more accessible campus environment.

Bulletin Board Posting(s)

Student Leadership & Development

Student Leadership and Development will post appropriate school-related materials on eight (8) designated bulletin boards throughout the campus - no off-campus postings. All other posted materials are approved through the Public Information Office, sccpio@scc.losrios.edu (located in Rodda Hall North RHN277). Postings will remain on the boards for two weeks or until the event is complete, whichever occurs first. All fliers not stamped by the appropriate department mentioned above will be removed from the boards. Below is a listing:

  • Stairway leading up to South Gym 226
  • 1st floor Hallway of South Gym
  • (2) Inside Student Center
  • (2) Outside of City Cafe, next to Cafe tables
  • (2) Outside walkway in-between Rodda North & Rodda South
Student Associated Council

SAC bulletin boards are located throughout campus and are easily identified with the burgundy and gold checkerboard design.

  1. The Secretary of Public Relations approves postings for SAC boards.
  2. Student Leadership & Development may also approve postings for these boars, as indicated with the SLD stamp.
  3. Only campus-based items are to be posted; no off-campus postings.
  4. Once approved, people can post themselves. Caution should be taken, however, as not to disrupt classes.
  5. There are 20 SAC boards located around campus - all painted checkerboard burgundy and gold.
  6. Here is a listing:
    • RHN 220, 228, 229, 267
    • RHS 228, 263, 270, 271, 273, 307, 312
    • Hallway outside of RHS 176
    • Hallway outside of BUS 143, 153, 220, 237
    • Lusk Aero Center - enter, board on left
    • Lusk Aero Center - enter, make a left, board at end of hallway
    • City Café - board by north entrance
    • Student Center

SCC Policy: Posting on Campus

Housing Resources and More

Search for free or reduced-cost services like housing, medical care, food, job training, and more.

Aunt Bertha

Voter Registration

Student Leadership and Development can help you register to vote in local, state and national elections. You need to register to vote if you have moved your residence, changed your name or party affiliation, or are voting for the first time.

Leadership Curriculum

Student Government

Student Government 300
2 Units
36 Lecture Hours, 18 Lab Hours
Prerequisite: None
Acceptable for Credit: CSU

This course is open to ALL students, and meets the training requirement for all Student Associated Council (SAC) members. Class includes an introduction to group dynamics. It provides theory and practice in leadership, and parliamentary procedure training. The emphasis is on student leadership skills. Students will participate in the SAC board meetings and related committees.

Leadership Skills Development

Community Leadership Development 300
3 Units
54 Lecture Hours
Prerequisite: None
Acceptable for Credit: CSU

This course provides an introduction to leadership and examines leadership theory and organizational behavior. It emphasizes leadership procedures and functions with regard to the community college experience. All students interested in learning and experiencing leadership, especially those comfortable with both oral and written communication, are encouraged to enroll.

Contact

Student Leadership and Development
Email: SCC-studentleadership@losrios.edu
Phone: (916) 558-2381

Hours

Monday to Friday:
8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Location

South Gymnasium, SOG 226
3835 Freeport Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95822

Staff

Student Personnel Assistants

Shay Gorman
Email:  GormanS@scc.losrios.edu
Office:  Zoom

Jessica Taylor
Email:  TaylorJ2@scc.losrios.edu
Office:  Zoom
Monday to Thursday
8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Friday
9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Geovani Felgueres
Email:  FelgueG@scc.losrios.edu
Office:  Zoom

Student Leadership Advisor

Deborah Knowles
Email:  KnowleD@scc.losrios.edu
Office:  Zoom
Phone: (916) 650-2770
Monday to Thursday
7:00 am to 5:30 pm