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Sacramento City College Admissions Stats

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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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Contact Info

Address:
3835 Freeport Blvd Sacramento, CA 95822-1386
Phone: (916) 558-2111
General Site: www.scc.losrios.edu/
Admissions: http://www.scc.losrios.edu/x808.xml
Application: http://www.losrios.edu/lrc/lrc_app.php

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Breona from Sacramento, CA
  • May-21-2014 I am a current student here

    Be sure to check out the E.O.P.S, RISE, and Tutoring Services programs. They are very beneficial, especially if you are trying transfer to a 4-year uni. Econ or math students: take any class with Professor Sandra Camarena. She is awesome, and I have never had a professor that wanted me to succeed as much as she did.

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  • Amanda from Sacramento, CA
  • Apr-08-2014 I am a current student here

    Get a parking pass. Sign up for financial aid and the BOG. Talk to a counselor to help you come up with a plan.

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  • Maribel from Sacramento, CA
  • Mar-21-2014 I am a current student here

    Seek and utilize your resources. This not only applies to the college itself, but to life in general. Here's a list of resources you must get yourself familiar too: 1. RISE (Respect Integrity Self-Determination in Education): RISE is a wonderful diverse and independent resource on campus that provides counseling, computers, exam booklets, exam scan trons, paper, pencils, pens, folders, and a variety of items for free. In addition. they have a book loan program in which the student can check out a text book for a class for a whole semester. The services provided are all free, including tutoring in a variety subjects. RISE organizes frequent trips to several University, such as UCLA, UCRiverside, USC, Stanford University, UCSB, UCMerced, and the list continues. http://wserver.scc.losrios.edu/~rise/rise_vision/rise_vision.htm 2. EOP&S: The Extended Opportunity Program 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. It is designed to provide opportunities in higher education for students with academic potential who, historically, would not have attended college. http://www.scc.losrios.edu/Current_Students/Student_Services/EOPS.htm 3. The Writing Center: The mission of the Writing Center is to help all SCC students become more effective, confident, and independent writers by providing assistance with writing in courses across the disciplines. In support of this mission, the Writing Center provides individual tutoring sessions for students, workshops for students and faculty, consultations for faculty, and the opportunity for qualified students to gain experience as peer tutors http://www.scc.losrios.edu/Current_Students/Student_Services/Writing_Center.htm 4. Cultural Awareness Center: The Cultural Awareness Center (CAC) promotes the core values of the college: working together, pursuing excellence, inspiring achievement. The Center's goal is to advance intercultural understanding and education through programs and activities that reflect the diversity of Sacramento City College students, faculty, and staff, as well as the community in which we live. https://www.facebook.com/pages/SCC-CAC/396375833749322?id=396375833749322&sk=info 5.Seek Tutorial Services: http://web.scc.losrios.edu/tutoring/stories/storyReader$24 6. Build a Friendship or Professional Relationship with you Professor: Building a mentor ship with your professor benefit you in endless ways. Professors can provide guidance, support, and advice. A friendship with them can mean the difference between a zero and half credit or an 'C' and an 'A'. A professor can, potentially, write a letter of recommendation or introduce you to internship opportunities in the future, as well. 7.Talk to your counselor at least once each semester, so that you can stay on track. Counselors are there to help students. You may go to a counselor, and he/she doesn't fit your personality or doesn't understand you. If that is the case, then talk to different counselors; doing so can provide you with a lot of advise and guidance for your educational journey. There are so many Resources; I didn't want to list each and every one of the. Check out: HOPE, PUENTE, Phi Theta Kappa or Honors Program, MESA, Math LAB, Cal-Works...etc.

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  • Daniel from Stockton, CA
  • Feb-26-2014 I am a current student here

    Personally, I would suggest that they ask as many questions as they can, go to their professor's office hours, become active on campus, and not be afraid of growing as individual.

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