Hours: Fall and Spring Semesters: Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Fridays 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Phone: (619) 388-3475
Assist prospective and returning students with admission to the college in person or via the online application process; provide residency services for non-residents, international, apprenticeship and high school students; refer students for counseling and matriculation services; provide assistance with using Reg-e, the online registration system; process enrollment verifications and issue student ID CARDS.
ASSESSMENT AND TESTING
Room: : A-201
Phone: (619) 388-3023
Schedules and administers placement tests; English and Math assessment tests
Phone: (619) 388-3969
Intercollegiate teams, fall and spring sports, athletics counseling, student sports facilities
Room: B105, B202, MS Lobby
Phone: (619) 388-3548
Stocks all textbooks and supplies required for classes. Also carries study aids, school supplies, clothing, backpacks, gift items, greeting cards, emblematic items, and general books. Buys back books year-round.
Purchase textbooks and supplies from the bookstore online too!
CALWORKS/TANF BELIEVE PROGRAM - TRAINING, EDUCATION AND SERVICES
Phone: (619) 388-3209
The CalWORKs Believe Program offers support services to students who receive TANF/CalWORKs benefits. Specialized services have been designed to support students in their career, education and personal goals. The program also helps students understand and meet their welfare to work requirements. Services include vocational/academic counseling, job placement, work study placement and verification of welfare to work hours.
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
16th and B Street
Phone: (619) 388-3205
Childcare for students, educational programs, enrollment in child development courses.
Phone: (619) 388-3880
Student newspaper published monthly
Phone: (619) 388-3540
Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00 amâ€“7:00 pm; Friday 8:00am - 3:00pm
Provides personal, academic, and career counseling services including student education planning, career assessmentand research, and student success workshops.
DSPS (DISABILITY SUPPORT PROGRAM AND SERVICES)
Phone: (619) 388-3513
Provides programs and services for students with disabilities in compliance with state and federal legislation.
Phone: (619) 388-3633
The Center for Reading, Writing, ESOL, and Critical Thinking offers peer tutoring in reading, writing, and critical thinking assignments in classes across the curriculum.
EOPS (EXTENDED OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS AND SERVICES)
Phone: (619) 388-3209
State-funded student support services program whose purpose is to provide special recruitment, retention, and transition services to eligible students.
Phone: (619) 388-3466
Determines eligibility for graduation and processes all petitions related to students' records
Phone: (619) 388-3501
Assists students with financial assistance to help them achieve their educational objectives.
FIRST YEAR SERVICES
Phone: (619) 388-3998
A year-long college support service focused on encouraging first year students towards academic achievement, social integration, and personal success with the assistance of a strong support network of peers, staff, and faculty.
Phone: (619) 388-3512
Offers classes that allow students to study subjects in depth. The classes are designed to prepare students for university level work. The professors who teach honors provide support and encouragement, enhancing the learning experience. The program also facilitates students to utilize transfer agreements made with various universities.
INDEPENDENT LEARNING CENTER
See Learning Resource Center Below
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM
Phone: (619) 388-3476
An Admissions Office function that reviews and processes application packets and support documents for nonimmigrant F-1 visa students; a non-refundable application fee is required of all applicants; and a certificate of eligibility (Form I-20) is issued to eligible applicants. Other services include orientations, assistance with the college admissions application, registration of classes, and information on student visas. Academic and personal counseling is provided in the Counseling Office, E building.
KSDS RADIO STATION - 88.3
Phone: (619) 388-3162
24-hour non-commercial radio station offering mainstream jazz and blues
LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER
Phone: (619) 388-3421
Commanding dramatic views of the San Diego skyline and the Coronado Bay Bridge, San Diego City Collegeâ€™s Learning Resource Center (LRC) is located in the R building which sits on the southwest corner of campus at Park Boulevard and C Street. The Library occupies the main (second) and third floors. The first floor houses the Independent Learning Center, the Multimedia Center, a videoconference room, and CitySITE (the faculty/staff development center). Digital signage provides up-to-date campus, local and international news. San Diego City College students will find that the LRC provides a multitude of services and scholarly research resources specifically selected to support their academic success.
INDEPENDENT LEARNING CENTER
Location: 1st floor
Phone: (619) 388-3535
The staff of the Independent Learning Center (ILC) creates a welcoming environment for independent learning experiences to improve academic skills and augment in-class activities. The ILC is the primary facility students use to complete 296 individual instruction courses. It maintains a media collection of close captioned video and DVDs in various disciplines such as Math, Black Studies, History, and Foreign Languages. The ILC provides computers with Internet access, Microsoft Office Suite, adapted software, and specialized software for students in a variety of classes. In addition, the ILC houses DVD players, CD players, VHS tape players and headphones, three black/white printers, a color printer and scanners.
Location: 2nd 3rd floors
Phone: (619) 388-3421
The Library offers an extensive collection of books, e-books, periodicals, and a robust selection of electronic reference resources and electronic periodicals appropriate for academic research and projects. Faculty-librarians are available to assist San Diego City College students with their research and through this maze of information resources. This service is available at the Libraryâ€™s Information Center (reference desk), by phone, by email, or in a 24/7 reference service. (See Ask A Librarian on our website for more information.) Our knowledgeable staff provides access to reserve resources, circulation services, group study rooms and inter-library loan services between district colleges. Additionally, there are computers and wireless access. To further promote student success, librarians deliver research sessions in a smart instruction room.
Location: 1st floor
Phone: (619) 388-3418
The helpful staff of the Multimedia Center (MMC) offers the campus the educational technology required for a college in the 21st Century by providing digital signage, service for â€œsmartâ€ classrooms and maintenance and support of all campus-wide audiovisual equipment. Available to students is access to current technologies and the hands-on training needed to create successful classroom presentations. Via requests through the Student Affairs Office, the MMC furnishes the technical assistance for campus wide student events.
See Learning Resource Center above.
Phone: (619) 388-3580
Hours: M-Th 10am-6pm; Fri 9am-3pm
Provides both walk-in tutoring and self-paced math courses. It offers students several ways to complete their remedial math requirements (Math 38 â€“ Pre-Algebra, Math 46 - Elementary Algebra and Geometry, and Math 96 - Intermediate Algebra and Geometry). Math Center Programs provide students with scheduling flexibility, individualized pacing, a variety of learning modalities, and the ability to overcome pre-requisites or course repetition blocks. The three programs are on-campus Math Center courses, Online Self-Paced courses and Online Refresher courses.
MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING CENTER
Phone: (619) 388-3055
YOU ARE COVERED at the Mental Health Counseling Center! We offer individual, couples and family therapy to enrolled students free of charge. Case management and referral services, groups and workshops are also offered. To get more information or to set up an appointment please drop by A221, call Mental Health Counseling at 619.388-3539. See also Student Health Services for additional health and wellness support.
MATHEMATICS, ENGINEERING, AND SCIENCE ACHIEVEMENT (MESA) PROGRAM
Phone: (619) 388-3156
Supports economically and educationally disadvantaged students to excel in math, engineering, and science-based majors and to successfully transfer to four-year institutions.
See Learning Resource Center
PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION
Phone: (619) 388-3461
Campus parking information and enforcement, parking permit sales
Police Dispatch - #619.388.6405
Phone: (619) 388-3461
Emergency assistance, campus security and safety, campus escort service
Phone: (619) 388-3474
Facilitate the maintenance and disposition of student records; receive and process transcripts, enrollment verifications, and petitions; assist Faculty with grades processing.
Phone: (619) 388-3498
Offers the following support services: Scholarship Services, Emergency Book Loans, Fee Deferments, Associated Student Government, Clubs and Organizations, Student Activities, Student Activities Cashier, and monthly Bus-Pass Sales. Provides assistance in all aspects of student life activities such as programming and student leadership development, and processes student grievances and student conduct issues.
STUDENT CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
Office of Student Affairs/Associated Student Government
Phone: (619) 388-3498
City College is home to a thriving student life program consisting of over 25 active clubs and organizations. For information on existing clubs or on starting a new club, contact the Office of Student Affairs or the Associated Student Government Office.
SMALL BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM
Business Technology building â€“ BT 313
Monday â€“ Thursday; 8:00 AM â€“ 5:00 PM
Fall and Spring semesters
BUSE 245 A, B, C, D are lab courses offered through the School of Business â€“ Small Business Entrepreneurship Program. Students earn 3-units of college credit and gain hands-on business experience as interns operating student-run businesses on campus. The businesses typically operate fall and spring semesters, Monday â€“ Thursday. Hours vary and are posted at each business.
Business Resource Center (BRC) â€“ BT 313
(619) 388-3892 - Monday-Thursday; 8:00 AM â€“ 5:00 PM
The student run copy center provides color and black & white copies for a small fee per page and fax services. Computers and a printer are available to printing homework and projects. Pick-up a Scantron, pencil/pen, or notebook here. Buy a cold drink and pre-packaged snacks like chips, cookies, candy and more.
Fantastique â€“ BT 212
(619) 388-3892 - Monday-Thursday; 10:00 AM â€“ 4:00 PM
Fantastique is a student run clothing resale store. Gently used womenâ€™s and menâ€™s clothing suitable for interviews, work, or school is for sale at very low prices. Shop here Monday â€“ Thursday. Hours are posted at the store. Donations of business clothes suitable for a student to wear to work are sincerely appreciated. Please contact us regarding your clean, gently used clothing, shoes, and accessories. Thank you.
City College Emergency Food Pantry â€“ BT 211A
Monday â€“ Thursday; 10:00 AM â€“ 5:30 PM
The emergency food pantry is a service to students enrolled at City College. Hungry students struggling with limited funds, are welcome to stop by the pantry for a meal of pre-packaged lunch items. A typical emergency meal may include a pop-top canned item with a bowl and spoon for microwaving in the cafeteria, water and a granola bar or fruit cup. There may also be a limited supply of personal hygiene or care items.
The City College Emergency Food Pantry is a project operated by student interns and generously supported through kind donations from the staff and faculty of City College, community partners, private individuals, neighbors, and friends. This special program accepts donations of checks and grocery store gift cards. If you would like to donate lunch items: pop-top canned goods, granola bars, cases of water, fruit cups, or personal hygiene or care items, please contact Dr. Leroy Brady at email@example.com
A la Carte â€“ mobile snack cart
Interns operated this mobile snack cart during events on campus selling bottled cold drinks and prepackaged snacks. This course provides students with hands on experience in business operations and customer service, while raising funds to support the Small Business Entrepreneurship Program and the City College Food Pantry. It would be our pleasure to work with you to serve your guests. If your college department or school would like to arrange for a la Carte to sell snacks at your event, please contact Prof. Nancy Fredericks at firstname.lastname@example.org
Donations: Donations of pre-packaged food items for the City College Food Pantry emergency lunch program, gently used business clothing for the clothing resale store, Fantastique, or grocery, gas, office supply or other gift cards are sincerely appreciated. If you have questions or would like to donate to these wonderful businesses that support students, please contact: Dr. Leroy Brady at email@example.com or Professor Nancy Fredericks at firstname.lastname@example.org
STUDENT HEALTH CLINIC
Room: E-1 for Medical/Nursing Care
Phone: (619) 388-3450
YOU ARE COVERED at Student Health Center! Our staff is here to help you meet your health and wellness needs. Registered nurses, nurse practitioners and a medical doctor provide both preventive and primary health care services. Walk-in care and appointments are available. We encourage you to drop by or call us at 619-388-3450. For the Mental Health Counseling Center, please refer to the Mental Health descriptor above.
STUDY ABROAD OFFICE
Phone: (619) 388-3652
San Diego City College offers students the opportunity to study in different countries around the world in order to develop global competence and to increase cultural awareness while making progress towards completion of academic goals. Ten to twelve-week semester programs are available during the fall and spring semesters. Short-term programs are usually available during the summer. Classes offered abroad meet general education requirements, are selected to take advantage of the host country's history, environment, and culture, and transfer to CSU and UC. Most instruction is provided by California Community College professors.
Phone: (619) 388-3722
Information resources for career exploration, transfer to a four-year institution, and employment assistance.
Phone: (619) 388-3685
Free tutoring in most subjects is available to students.
VETERANS AFFAIRS OFFICE
Phone: (619) 388-3504
Accept and process required documentation for eligible veterans and dependents to receive military service connected benefits; and refer students for counseling and orientation as needed.
Phone: (619) 388-3495
Occupational work experience, combine worksite learning and academic instruction, credit while you work as an intern
WORLD CULTURES PROGRAM
Phone: (619) 388-3552
Provides programming focused on diversity in support of the college curriculum and campus life.