Student Affairs Office

Student Clubs

Interested in joining or starting a "student club"? Stop by the Student Affairs office located in M-200. Club Recognition packets are due to the office of Student Affairs by Friday February 26th at 12 noon. 

For more information you may contact the Student Service Assistant, Brett Patterson, at 619-388-3684.


FAFSA or CA Dream Act required for BOG Fee Waivers
New for this Fall semester, to receive a BOG Fee Waiver, you must complete and submit either a FAFSA application or a CA Dream Act application.

Exception: If you are eligible for a BOG A Fee Waiver, you can still submit a paper BOG Fee Waiver application along with the qualifying documentation to verify your status. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for other exceptions.

Welcome to San Diego City College Office of Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs implements and supports student-centered programs aimed at enhancing the student experience at San Diego City College.  Student Affairs works individually and collectively with the student body and clubs to promote student leadership, cultural awareness and diversity within our campus community.  Each year, the Office of Student Affairs supports and coordinates many student-oriented programs and events, both on and off campus, beginning with Welcome Week for new and  continuing students and culminating with Commencement .

Contact Information

Location: M-200 

Hours of Operation:

Mon-Thu 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.  

Fri 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 

Phone: 619-388-3498

Dean of Student Affairs: Marciano Perez, Jr., M.Ed.

The Office of Student Affairs is bustling with opportunities for students. 

Among the opportunities available to students

  • San Diego City College Associated Students Government (ASG)
  • The Inter Club Council (ICC)
  • Leadership Workshops and Activities
  • Leadership Governance Service Learning Classes
  • Student Clubs
  • Appointments to College and District-wide Committees (Shared Governance)
  • Annual Student Leadership Summit
  • Week of Service
  • Student Affairs Event Planning

The Office of Student Affairs also provides the following additional services for students who qualify

Administration of Policy 3100—Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Code of Conduct
Assistance in resolution of student complaints and faculty concerns

  • BP 3100 - Student Rights, Responsibilities and Administrative Due Process
  • AP 3100.1 - Student Grievance Procedure
  • AP 3100.2 - Student Disciplinary Procedures
  • AP 3100.3 - Honest Academic Conduct