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College Admissions & Records
(916) 558-2351 >> Rodda North 159 >> This office processes and maintains registration and records for all current and formerly enrolled SCC students.
(916) 558-2446 >> South Gym 232 >> The Associated Student Government (ASG) consists of elected/appointed members who represent the student body to the administration, faculty and classified staff. The emphasis is on learning through active participation and involvement in activities and college governance. For more information on how to get involved, checkout the web site or email the ASG at email@example.com.
College College Store
(916) 558-2421 >> College Store hours may vary. The Sacramento City College store carries a complete stock of textbooks and supplies necessary for courses at the college. It also has a selection of sportswear and accessories, as well as calendars, cards, backpacks, and some gift items. In addition to cash, the store will accept ATM cards, Visa, MasterCard and local personalized checks for the amount of purchase. Major educational discounts are available to current students and staff on computer software.
College Counseling Center
(916) 558-2204 >> Rodda North 147 >> The Center provides a wide range of services to new, continuing, and returning students. Counselors are available to provide personal counseling and to help students assess their talents, abilities, and interests and relate them to educational programming and career alternatives.
College Cultural Awareness Center
(916) 558-2155 >> South Gym 234 >> The Cultural Awareness Center houses and showcases program activities which acknowledge and enhance cultural diversity. Cultural programs are sponsored by the center throughout the year.
College Disability Resource Center
(916) 558-2087 ´ Counseling Center, Rodda North 147 TYY: (916) 558-2693 Educational support services offered by the center are designed to improve access to educational opportunities for students with disabilities.
College Financial Aid Office
(916) 558-2501 >> Rodda North 167 >> A variety of financial aid programs are available to City College students who meet the eligibility requirements. Federal, state, and local sources of financial aid are available to help eligible students meet their educational expenses.
College Honors Program
(916) 558-2511 >> Instructional Services, Rodda North 257 >> The Honors Programs offers a variety of classes, special extracurricular activities and membership in Phi Theta Kappa, a two-year college honors society.
College Learning (dis) Abilities Program
(916) 558-2283/2545 >> Auditorium 2 >> This program provides support for students with learning disabilities in the areas of reading, spelling and math. Also, self-advocacy skills are taught in the diagnostic assessment class. The program provides liaison services between instructors and students.
College MESA/C3P (Mathematics, Engineering & Science Achievement/California
Community College Program)
(916) 558-2497 >> Rodda South 122 >> This program provides special support services to economically disadvantaged students majoring in math, engineering, science, and computer information science disciplines.
College One-Stop Center
(916) 558-2331 >> Student Services 101 >> The One-Stop Center combines the resources of six City College programs in one facility. These programs offer information, workshops, training and a variety of other surpport servies to help students get jobs, select career paths, and sharpen job search skills
Leadership & Development
(916) 558-2381 >> Student Center 101A >>The Student Leadership and Development Program at Sacramento City College is designed to provide and complement learning in and out of the classroom. All students are encouraged to create and take advantage of opportunities for involvement that will enhance their academic studies and contribute to their life goals. For more information, checkout the web sitetudent Leadership & Development (916) 558-2381 Student Center 101A
College Transfer Center
(916) 558-2181 >> Counseling Center, Rodda North 147 >> The Center provides resources such as videos, catalogs, college application forms and ASSIST, a computerized articulation system. Students also receive transfer counseling and advisement and are encouraged to participate in organized campus tours of four-year colleges and universities. City College prepares students to transfer as a junior to any four-year college or university.
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American Journalists Association
AAJA is a non-profit organization with approximately 1,700 members in 18 chapters nationwide and in Asia. They have been in the forefront of encouraging young Asian Pacific Americans to enter the ranks of journalism and ensuring fair and accurate news coverage of the Asian Pacific American communities.
Newspaper Publishers Association
The CNPA Foundation is a nonprofit corporation organized in 1993 to raise funds through tax deductible contributions for internships and other journalism education activities.
Chicano News Media Association
CCNMA has over 400 members nationwide and six chapters in California. Since 1972, CCNMA has worked to promote diversity in the news media and news coverage by ensuring that Latinos and other people of color have careers and become decision makers in print and broadcast newsrooms.
Association Community College
JACC is geared for two-year college students who are interested in getting the 411 on scholarships, internships and university journalsm programs.
Association of Hispanic Journalists
NAHJ is dedicated to the recognition and professional advancement of Hispanics in the news industry. Established in 1984, NAHJ created a national voice and unified vision for all Hispanic journalists.
NAJA serves and empowers Native communicators through programs and activities designed to enrich journalism and promote Native cultures. NAJA recognizes Native Americans as distinct peoples based on tradition, culture and protection of the earth. In this spirit, NAJA educates and unifies its membership through programs that promote diversity and defends challenges to free press speech and expression on Native lands.
SPJ is the nation's largest and most broad-based journalism organization, dedicated to encouraging the free practice of journalism and stimulating high standards of ethical behavior.