Black Student Success
Supporting your higher education journey.
Sacramento City College (SCC) is laser-focused on Black student success to support their higher education journey.
Our goal is to:
- ensure successful onboarding of new first-time students
- improve retention and persistence patterns
- close the institutional gaps in completion
- make sure our students know that we care, Black Student Lives Matter to all of us, and we are committed to their journey and success
With that in mind, this site provides all things concerning Black students at SCC and the intentional efforts we are putting forth.
Black Student Union (BSU)
Our goal is helping our students know their history as well as lowering the black student drop out rate.
The ASHÉ Center’s efforts focus on promoting cultural, social, physical, and mental development for students of African descent, resulting in the enrichment of the entire community.
We aspire to nurture your intellectual and spiritual growth in a communal space intended to enhance learning that inspires knowledge, understanding, and wisdom.
Celebration of Excellence and Achievement for Students of African Descent
The annual Celebration of Excellence & Achievement for Students of African Descent (COEA) recognizes students who are receiving degrees/certificates and/or transferring to four-year universities.
The purpose of Black Academy is to support the retention and persistence of Black students at SCC while building intentional relationships and community through a summer bridge program.
African American University Program Partners & Affiliates
Universities and programs that Sacramento City College is partnered with.
Friendly, qualified tutors are available to help all SCC students learn challenging academic materials and advance their educational skills.
Black Students with Disabilities
Disability Services and Programs for Students (DSPS) provides Black students with disabilities the appropriate resources and reasonable accommodations they need to participate fully in college classes and campus activities.
Supporting LGBTQ & Black Students
The LGBTQIA & Black community at Sacramento City College is made up of students, staff, faculty and managers.
African American Studies Classes
African American college courses students can take.
Black Student Success Initiative
Black Student Success Initiative (BSSI) is a program within General Counseling that supports students who identify as Black/African American who are not being served by other programs.
Community Resources for Black Students
Social Care information for Black Students
African American Faculty, Staff, and Administrative
Black Faculty and Staff
African American Resource Guide
Resource Guide for African American students at Sacramento City College