Sacramento City College offers a full spectrum of services and programs, all dedicated to enhancing your college success.
Asian Pacific Islander Student Success
Inspire. Engage. Support. Empower. SCC supports APIA student success while claiming solidarity with students of East Asian, Pacific Islander, Southeast Asian, and South Asian descent.
Black Student Success
Sacramento City College (SCC) is laser-focused on Black student success to support their higher education journey.
SCC’s Business Services Office will help you with a variety of student services.
CalFresh (formerly known as Food Stamps) is a nutrition program that helps students and their families buy healthy foods. Learn how to apply for CalFresh benefits.
CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) is a statewide public assistance program that provides cash aid and services to eligible families that have a child or children in the home.
Campus Interventions Office
The Campus Intervention Officer can help guide you toward resolving issues in the classroom with faculty, grades or fellow students, help you understand the disciplinary process, and can help you consider your options and report discrimination, accessibility, sexual violence and Title IX concerns.
The Career Center will help you find and prepare to apply for both on and off-campus jobs.
Child Development Center
Our goal is to provide a model program for the children’s participation and to model an ideal program for Sacramento City College student’s observation and facilitation.
CityHub is a free tool students can use to search for free or reduced-cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more.
Cultural Engagement Centers
SCC offers a wide variety of cultural retention and engagement opportunities, to make sure our students are successful.
Davis Center Services
The Davis Center offers a variety of services and resources to its students.
Destination UC Davis
Destination UC Davis aims to increase our number of first-generation, African American/Black, and Latinx transfer students to UC Davis.
Disability Services and Programs for Students (DSPS)
Disability Services and Programs for Students (DSPS) provides students with disabilities the appropriate resources and reasonable accommodations they need to participate fully in college classes and campus activities.
Early College Program HSI
The HSI-Early College Program (HSI-ECP) focuses on early college initiatives and introduces our Latinx and low-income high school students to college via participation in Dual Enrollment.
The Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) at Sacramento City College is a student support program for educationally and economically disadvantaged students, funded by the State of California and the Los Rios Community College District.
Google Apps and Preferred Email
Students have limited access to a suite of Google tools. Learn about Los Rios Gmail, Google Apps, and preferred email.
Health and Wellness Services
The Sacramento City College Health Services office is staffed by college nurses and a peer health educator to assist students.
SCC Honors students challenge themselves intellectually in a variety of disciplines and have the opportunity to transfer to over 35 top-ranked colleges and universities.
International Student Center
Sacramento City College (SCC) welcomes international students from all over the world.
Latinx Student Success
Latinx students at Sacramento City College succeed because our rich community, including the support and leadership of our Comunidad, rally behind them, and remind them, “Si Se Puede!”
LGBTQ+ Student Success
Sac City has Pride! Our campus, including supporters and leaders of Spectrum, strive to create an LGBTQ+ affirming campus community that supports our diverse student body, including those who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, non-binary, asexual, agender, pansexual, intersex, and more.
Sacramento City College hosts a fully equipped makerspace serving as a hub for innovation and collaboration.
Native American Student Success
Our college, including leaders from the Native American Collaborative affirm and celebrate our diverse Native American students.
Re-Emerging Scholars Center
Re-Emerging Scholars provides meaningful support in the lives of the formerly-incarcerated or justice-involved students looking to take steps toward a new path and gain support.
Refugee Career Pathways
The Refugee Career Pathways program helps refugees, SIVs, and asylees identify, plan and start their careers.
RISE stands for Respect, Integrity, Self-determination & Education. RISE is a Student Support program that focuses on creating a safe space for students to achieve their academic goals through counseling, tutoring, book lending, computer lab access and university tours.
Starfish software provides you with feedback about your academic performance while helping you connect with members of your Success Network – your instructors, counselors, and support staff.
STEM Equity & Success Initiative (SESI)
STEM Equity & Success Initiative (SESI) seeks to increase the enrollment and success of Latina/o and economically disadvantaged students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs in their transition from high school to college and ultimately degree completion, transfer, and career opportunity.
Student Tech Support Desk
Need help connecting to wifi, printing, or navigating your eLearning? The Student Tech Support Desk provides help to all current SCC students, regardless of major, technical ability, or knowledge.
The mission of the Transfer Center at Sacramento City College is to provide current information to help students know their options and opportunities when transferring to a 4 Year University.
Sacramento City College aims to create a safe, welcoming, and supportive environment for undocumented immigrant students from point of recruitment, to enrollment and completion of their goals.
Sacramento City College offers both a Veterans Affairs Office and a Veterans Resource Center.
West Sacramento Center Services
The West Sacramento Center offers a variety of services and resources to its students.
Women Who Code
WWC is a college program to promote gender diversity in computer science education, support women studying in computer science, and create opportunities for women to enjoy many of the current and future lucrative, flexible, and high-status careers in the IT industry.
The WorkAbility III (WAIII) program helps students with disabilities explore career opportunities, connect to internships, and find a job.