Welcome to the Student Affairs Office!
We are here to implement and support programs aimed at enhancing your experience here at 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.
San Diego City College Student Services Mission
San Diego City College Student Services mission is to inspire, empower and support our students to excel in their intellectual, social, and cultural development to enhance student goal completion.
Hours of Operation:
Mon-Thu 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Fri 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Dean of Student Affairs: Marciano Perez, Jr., M.S.
The Office of Student Affairs is bustling with opportunities for students.
If you're interested in learning more about Student Leadership and Student Clubs, we invite you to review the activities below for more information:
The Inter Club Council (ICC)
Leadership Workshops and Activities
Leadership Governance Service Learning Workshops
Appointments to College and District-wide Committees (Shared Governance)
Annual Student Leadership Summit
Week of Service
Student Life and Leadership Opportunities for Students
Are you interested in leadership opportunities? Would you like to be involved in making decisions and shaping policies that directly affect you and all City College students? If so, then consider the opportunities below to use and develop your leadership skills.
The Advisors Circle
The Advisors Circle consists of advisors of each of the clubs. The Advisors share information and work together to enhance student leadership development.
Mandatory Club Orientations
The Office of Student Affairs offers an orientation for new and continuing club advisors (faculty, club president or club representative). The orientation outlines campus policies, club guidelines and highlights resources available to clubs. It is also a great way to meet other club leaders on campus.
Student Leadership Summit
Meet and learn from local community leaders on a number of leadership, diversity, inclusion and student equity topics.
The Student Leadership Summit provides students with an opportunity to develop skills leading and working in a diverse student organization while networking with peers across campus. The student-centered summit traditionally includes a keynote and a closing speaker, as well as break-out sessions addressing a variety of leadership topics and skill-sets such as:
- Leadership in a diverse team environment
- Diversity and inclusion
- Conflict resolution
- Cross cultural awareness and sensitivity
- Team building
- Public speaking
- Emotional intelligence
- Ethical decision making
- Motivating yourself and others
Opportunities to develop your leadership skills are endless! The Student Affairs Office provides you with numerous programs and events to develop your leadership potential.
Student Affairs Event Planning
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The Inter Club Council (ICC)
The Inter-club Council (ICC) is a forum, which helps clubs collaborate and strengthen their efforts on campus. The ICC serves as the umbrella over all campus clubs, and provides guidance and various workshop opportunities to all new and existing clubs on campus. ICC provides valuable networking opportunities and seeks to increase and promote all clubs on campus. ICC meets every Friday at 9:30 a.m. in the Associated Students Government Center located in the Student Affairs building M-201. Your club should be sending at least one representative to each ICC meeting so they can promote and support your respective club and activities. To learn more, contact the ICC at (619) 388-3599 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Students Rights and Responsibilities
Student Affairs is committed to creating an inclusive and safe academic environment for all students, faculty and staff. Below are links to assist you in navigating student's 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
Golden Awards Voting
Thanks so much for casting your vote for the Golden Awards, awards honoring faculty members for their outstanding work with our students. Award winners will be recognized at our upcoming City College Graduation.
Register to Vote Here
Your vote is your voice as an American citizen. It's your opportunity to be heard, to hold elected officials accountable for their decisions and to have a say in important issues that affect your community and the nation. On Election Day, every vote matters. Exercise your voice and register to vote and remember to cast your vote this year!
Register to vote online: http://registertovote.ca.gov/
Find out if you are registered already: http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/registration-status/
Get more information about voting: http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/where-and-how voting eligibility check-off sheet
Student Travel Forms
It is a privilege to travel as a student representing San Diego City College. As such, the Student Travel Guideline was developed. It is important to note that because processing travel is time sensitive, it is imperative to complete the required travel forms referenced below within 60 days before the travel day to insure the best rates for travel accommodations.
- Travel Guidelines and Required Travel Forms
- Student Travel Guidelines Manual
- Request for Authorization to Conduct Off Campus Student Activity
- Student Travel Permission Release Waiver
- Minor (Under 18) Student Travel Permission Release Waiver
- Student Travel Medical Consent Form
Marciano Perez, Jr., M.A.
Dean, Student Affairs
Lori Oldham, M.Ed.
Supervisor - Student Affairs Coordinator
Sylvia Ramirez, M.A .
Marian Rodriguez, B.A.
Student Services Assistant