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SCC has a new website for new students! This website was created to keep you updated with important information, to provide you with strategies for college success, and to keep you connected to the campus.


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Parent Handbook!
Concerned about your child's safety on campus? Want to know about financial Aid or SCC's many services and programs? Find the answers you need and more in the parent handbook(pdf)!



Admissions & Records

The Admissions and Records Office processes and maintains registration and records for all current and formerly enrolled SCC students.

Location:
Business Building 153.

Lab Hours:
Mon. - Thurs.
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
 
Saturday
Saturday Services

Ph: (916) 558-2351
Fax: (916) 558-2190.

eServices Login

Financial Aid

Main Office Location:

Rodda North 167

 

Regular Office Hours:

Monday-Thrusday

8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Closed Fridays

 

Financial Aid Lab Location:

Business Building 153

 

Labs Hours:

Monday-Thursday

8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Fridays

8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.



Deadlines

Fall 2013 Final Exams begin
December 13, 2013
Date Fall 2013 Final Exams Begin
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Spring 2014 Final Exams begin
May 15, 2014
Date Spring 2014 Final Exams Begin
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Steps to Success
The “Getting In” Process

If you are a first-time college student, you need to follow these steps to ensure your academic success. Use this as a checklist to help you get started! 

1. Application (Required)

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Thank you for applying to Sacramento City College!

This checklist outlines the steps you need to complete in order to enroll at SCC.

To be officially admitted to the college, you must first apply, which can be done at  http://www.losrios.edu/lrc/lrc_app.php.



2. Student Portal-eServices
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 How to access your records as well as class schedules and registration information.

Log on to eServices at https://ps.losrios.edu/direct/signon.html.

Click "New User" to set up your password and follow the directions. eServices allows you to manage various college transactions including but not limited to: viewing your registration appointment date and time, registering, adding and dropping classes, paying fees, viewing grades, viewing your unofficial transcript, viewing your assessment scores, etc.



3. Financial Aid (Optional)
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You should apply for Financial Aid before you enroll in classes.

Complete an application for a Board of Governors Fee Waiver. Qualification information and general information about other Financial Aid Programs can be found at http://www.scc.losrios.edu/financialaid

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/) which may qualify you for financial assistance for educational expenses. Visit the Registration/Financial Aid Lab located in the Business Building room 153 (Mon-Thu: 8am-6pm, Fri: 8am-4pm) for assistance completing the FAFSA.



4. Orientation (Required)

You may begin the online orientation the day after you receive your Los Rios student ID number. This orientation is required for all new students and will provide you with important information to help you succeed and excel as a student at Sacramento City College. The Orientation provides you with an explanation of how to choose classes that best fit your educational goals; knowledge about support services and resources on campus, and how to enroll in your courses.



5. Assessment (Required)

Assessment of your skills in Mathematics, English, and/or English as a Second Language helps you achieve your goals in college by placing you into classes appropriate to your skill level.  Take your assessment test at least one week before your scheduled counseling workshop or appointment to be sure you have all of your test results available for your first semester course planning session.  For more information, visit the  Assessment Center website and refer to the Testing Schedules on the left hand side for dates/times/test.  Please note that Assessment Center Office Hours and Testing Schedules are not the same.



6. Counseling and Individual Student Educational Plan (iSEP)(Required)

After completing Orientation and Assessment, you will be required to participate in a New Student Counseling Workshop (NSCW).  During the NSCW, Sacramento City College staff will provide an overview of how to use your eServices account and Counselors will explain the counseling services and basic information regarding the planning of your academic classes towards your education goal. Counselors will make course recommendations for a one-semester education plan that fits with your educational goal(s) and your assessment results. During this initial contact with a counselor, students will develop a first semester Individual Student Educational Plan (iSEP).  All students should also plan to meet with a counselor each semester to ensure their iSEP remains up to date.  The best time to schedule these appointments are in October, March and July.  For more information, visit counseling website.



7. Student Services and Student Access Card

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8. Get Involved in Student Organizations

Sacramento City College offers a variety of on campus activities. Student organizations are a great way to learn more about a topic, meet other students with similar interests, develop the skills employers seek and get involved in activities that you enjoy.

College clubs and organizations may be academic, social, athletic, political, spiritual, international, or cultural. Involvement in student organizations will assist students in taking initiative, managing time effectively, and provide opportunity for a wide range of interest. Many student organizations offer valuable networking opportunities. You may meet people in the community who are doing the same work you are preparing to do. The contacts you make through these experiences can be invaluable when you start applying for jobs.

For more information visit Student Leadershop and Development and Student Associated Council (SAC) sites.



 

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