Welcome
To
Santiago Canyon College
Pre-Orientation
Santiago Canyon College
Campus Resources
for
Student Success
By:
Trevor Walker
Academic Computing
Center
• Specialized software for
over 20 academic majors
such as Math and
Business
• Computers are available
to all currently registered
students working on
class projects
Room: U-89
Phone: (714) 628-4764
Academic Success Center
• Serves credit and noncredit students
• Computer programs to
improve English, speech,
math, reading and writing
skills
• Free high school diploma,
GED and ESL classes
• On site counselor
assistance
Room: D-209
Phone: (714) 628-4830
Admissions and Records
• Online services are
encouraged at
www.sccollege.edu
 College Applications
 Registration & open seats
for courses
 Fee payment available
online by credit card
 Print unofficial transcripts
and order official
transcripts online
Room: E-101
Phone: (714) 628-4900
Adult Re-Entry Services
• Services available include:
 Academic counseling,
educational planning for
university transfer, A.A
degree and certificate
programs
 Career and personal
counseling
 Referrals to other college
programs and services
 And much more!!!
You’ll be UP AND RUNNING
in no time!!!
Room: D-104S
Phone: (714) 628-4934
AmeriCorps
• Tutor elementary school
children to gain
experience, and earn a
$1,000 award
• Requirements:
 Minimum 17 years of age
 U.S. citizen or permanent
resident
 Placed into college English,
Reading and Math
 Available to tutor 10 hrs per
week for at least 9-12 months
Room: A-206
Phone: (714) 628-4712
Alumni Association
• As an alumni, we provide
the opportunity for you
to reconnect with the
College through
reunions, special alumni
activities, events, and
fund raiser
• Online registration
available at
www.sccollege.edu/alumni
A-206
(714) 628-4793
Associated Student Government
• ASG promotes student
success by providing
opportunities for leadership
development and
involvement.
• Contribute to student
government & help shape
the future direction of SCC
• Join student clubs and
organizations
 Academic
 Special Interest
 Cultural
 Honor Societies
Room: A-205
Phone: (714) 628-4917
Bookstore
• Great service is provided
by the staff !
• Online purchasing of
textbooks is available
www.sccollege.edu/bookstore
• Bookstore is well stocked
based on student need
Room: A-101
Phone: (714) 628-4735
CalWORKs
• TANF Recipients receive
support services:
Counseling
Childcare
Job Services
Student Support
Room: E-108
Phone: (714) 628-4915
College Assistance Migrant Program
• Provides financial
assistance and support to
1st year college students
who:
 Have worked as a migrant
farm worker
 Have parents who have
worked as a migrant farm
worker
 Have participated in a Title
I Migrant Education
Program
Room: A-206
Phone: (714) 628-4712
Career Center
• Provides career exploration
at an individual pace
• Computerized programs,
such as EUREKA and
Bridges, give an overview
of many professions
• Books and journals are
available for career
research
Room: D-106
Phone: (714) 628-4805
Cashier’s Office
• Pay tuition and fees
• Purchase parking decals
and bus passes
• Obtain a student ID
• Purchase discount movie
and amusement park
tickets
Room: E-102
Phone: (714) 628-4727
Child Development Center
• Provides child care for
children 12 months to 5
years of age (not enrolled
in kindergarten)
• Exposes students to
educational materials
• Sliding fee scale is
available to families that
qualify
Building C-1
Phone: (714) 628-4890
Counseling Center
Counseling Services for
Student Success:
 Academic/Educational
Planning
 Career Counseling
 New Student Orientation
and Advisement
 Interpretation of
Placement Test Results
Room: D-106
Phone: (714) 628-4800
Counseling
Department Classes
 Counseling 116
Career/Life Planning &
Personal Exploration
 Counseling 118
Self-Exploration &
The Teaching Profession
 Study Skills 109
College Learning Skills
CTE Teach Program
•
Support for students interested in Surveying &
Mapping, Water Utility Science, and Public
Works
– There is a high demand for teachers in these
fields at the community college level
•
Fast track to teaching CTE subjects in high
school or college
– Bachelors or Masters degree is not required
to teach
– Instructor opportunities available at
community college level with Associate
Degree and & work experience in the field
•
Specialized counseling & academic support
available
•
Specialized trips to universities and industry
sites
•
Professional and academic networking
opportunities
www.sccollege.edu/cteteach
Disabled Students Programs &
Services
•
Provides instructional
support services &
academic accommodations
to students with verified
disabilities
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academic advisement
priority registration
learning disability
assessment
specialized instructional
support classes
test taking accommodations
alternate media materials
assistive technology
Room: E-105
Phone: (714) 628-4860
Extended Opportunity
Programs & Services
• State funded program that
provides support to students
with financial and
educational challenges.
• Services available include:
counseling, priority
registration, book services,
etc.
• EOPS single parents may
apply for CARE and receive
additional support services.
Room: E-108
Phone: (714) 628-4915
Financial Aid Office
• Provides information
about federal and state
financial aid programs
• Helps students complete
the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) and fee waivers
• Go to www.sccollege.edu
Click on Financial aid
Room: E-104
Phone: (714) 628-4876
Guardian Scholars
• Provides support
services to former foster
youth
• Benefits include
Financial assistance
Academic advising
Job placement &
housing assistance
Room: A-206
Phone: (714) 628-4712
Health & Wellness
Center for Students
Provides:
• Medical services include M.D. on site
two times a week, first aid, health
screenings, and immunizations
• Psychological Services provide
confidential one-to-one therapy
• Health education through nurse
consultation, printed brochures, Peer
Health Programs, and guest
presentations
• Smoking Cessation support by
prescription, nurse counseling, and
referrals for group meetings
Room: T-102
Phone: (714) 628-4773
High School & Community
Outreach Department
• Assists students with their
transition to Santiago
Canyon College
• Provides information to
prospective students and
parents about SCC’s
programs
• Coordinates a variety of
campus and community
events
Room: A-212
Phone: (714) 628-4808
Honors Program
Honors classes are available
to students with a
minimum 3.0 GPA
• Benefits:
 Preference during transfer at
many institutions
 Eligibility for scholarships
 Completion of program
notation on academic
transcripts
 Recognition at
commencement ceremony
Room: D-116
Phone: (714) 628-4784
Job Placement Services
• Helps students find
community and on
campus jobs
• Provides resume
writing and interview
technique workshops
• Offers job fairs
Room: D-104S
Phone: (714) 628-4921
Library
• Computers with Internet
access, MS office and more
• Laptops for students use
Wi-Fi network
• Textbooks for Library use
• Books, Magazines, journals,
DVD and other info
sources
• Liberians to help you with
your assignments and
research
• Open daily and Saturdays
Phone: (714) 628-5000
www.sccollege.edu/library
Math Study Hall
• Math faculty and student
tutors provide assistance
in all levels
• Access to instructional
videos, textbooks and
computer tutorial
programs
Room: U-80
(714) 628-4965
Pathways to Teaching
Program
Services offered:
• Teaching-specific academic
advising
• Teaching workshops & specialized
events including regional
conferences
• Appointments with teaching
specific university representatives
• Transfer information & assistance
• Volunteer opportunities in the
classroom and/or community
fieldwork experience
• Teachers for Tomorrow Club
• Career resources specific to careers
in K-12 teaching
• Newsletter and e-mail to all PTTP
students
• Education courses
Room: D-104N
Phone: (714) 628-4797
Safety & Security
• Provides campus
safety and security
services
• Lost & found
property services
• Provides escort
services to vehicles
• And much more!
Room: U-100
Phone: (714) 628-4730
Scholarships
• Provides High School seniors,
continuing students, and
graduating & transferring
students with scholarship
opportunities in recognition of
their academic or personal
achievements
• Offers workshops that assist
students with scholarship
application process
• Maintains information on
outside scholarships for SCC
students
• SCC Scholarship Handbook
available in November
Room: A-206A
Phone: (714) 628-4793
Student Life and Leadership
• In collaboration with the campus
community, the office of Student
Life and Leadership provides
programs that enrich the academic
environment through leadership
activities and campus involvement.
 Student Leadership Institute
 Student Clubs & Organizations
 Multicultural & Leadership
Resource Library
 Mentoring Program
 Student Government
 Volunteer Opportunities
 and much more…
Room: A-206
Phone: (714) 628-4917
Testing Center
• Placement Testing in
Math, English, Reading
and Chemistry
• Career Testing
• Additional testing
services are available
Room: E-302N
Phone: (714) 628-4812
Transfer Center
• Advising, research, and support
for students interested in
transferring to a four-year
university or college.
• Transfer Fairs, University
Representatives, and University
Campus Tours to help you choose
your path.
• Informative workshops take you
through transfer planning, to
university applications and essays,
and through all follow-up steps to
help you reach your goal.
Room: D-104N
Phone: (714) 628-4865
Tutoring Center
• Provides free tutoring
assistance in over 100
courses
• Encourages group study
sessions
Room: U-80
Phone: (714) 628-4791
Check us out on the Web!
www.sccollege.edu
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Welcome To Santiago Canyon College