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Native American Student Success

Supporting your higher education journey.

We are on Native land.

We acknowledge the land currently occupied by Sacramento City College as the traditional home of the Miwok, Maidu, and Nisenan people, as well as the Patwin people occupied by our West Sacramento and Davis Center. Our college, including leaders from the Native American Collaborative affirm and celebrate our diverse Native American students.

Sacramento City College is committed to serving Native American students with dignity, respect, and intention. We intend to:

  • Support academic, cultural, social, and transitional support for Native American students;
  • Connect and refer students to both on and off campus resources to support their journey;
  • Develop and promote culturally affirming programming in support of Indigenous American, Native American, American Indian, and/or Alaska Native students.
  • Outreach to tribal communities and organizations;
  • Serve as a resource that focuses on Indigenous and/or Native American Peoples, Tribal Nations, Rancherias, and Land.

In This Site

Indigenous Peoples Club

Indigenous Peoples Club

Creating a student support group for native students and assisting in community services.

Indigenous Peoples Club

Los Rios Native American Celebration

Los Rios Native American Celebration

Our goal is helping our students know their history as well as lowering the black student drop out rate.

Los Rios Native American Celebration

Native American Student Support

Native American Student Support

Native American Student Support seeks to increase the successes and visibility of Native American students.

Native American Student Support

Tutoring

Tutoring

Friendly, qualified tutors are available to help all SCC students learn challenging academic materials and advance their educational skills.

Tutoring

Native American Students with Disabilities

Native American Students with Disabilities

Disability Services and Programs for Students (DSPS) provides Native American students with disabilities the appropriate resources and reasonable accommodations they need to participate fully in college classes and campus activities.

Native American Students with Disabilities

Supporting LGBTQ & Native American Students

Supporting LGBTQ & Native American Students

The LGBTQIA & Native American community at Sacramento City College is made up of students, staff, faculty and managers.

Supporting LGBTQ & Native American Students

Native American Studies Classes

Native American Studies Classes

Native American college courses students can take.

Native American Studies Classes

Community Resources

Community Resources

Social Care information

Native American Community Resources

Native American Faculty, Staff, and Administrative

Native American Faculty, Staff, and Administrative

Native American Faculty and Staff

Native American Employees

Native American Resource Guide

Native American Resource Guide

Resource Guide for Native American students at Sacramento City College

Native American Resource Guide

Land Acknowledgement

Land Acknowledgement

Sacramento City College has formally adopted the use of a land acknowledgment statement that recognizes the original Tribal Nations of the land where the college has been located for over 100 years.

Land Acknowledgement