The project's mission is to increase the number of educationally disadvantaged students who enroll in four-year colleges and universities, earn college degrees, and return to the community as mentors and leaders of future generations
To support social distancing, and to prevent potential exposure to COVID-19, all student services will be offered online/remotely. Please click the RED tabs below to access information about the online/remote services offered during the campus closure.
For updates on events, click HERE for the City College Calendar.
For our Frequently Asked Questions page, click HERE for the City FAQ.
Online Student Services
Support with college applications, student portal, enrolling in classes, residency, enrollment verifications, and priority registration.
Associated Student Government (ASG)
Inter Club Council (ICC)
Please contact the Assessment Center with any questions or need assistance with your English, math, or ELAC placement, submission of your Online Orientation, and/or if you need information about our "Challenge Exam" process.
Phone: (619) 800-4681
San Diego City Knights have a proud tradition of success on and off the field of play. Please join our teams!
Phone: Irene Mello- Admin- (619) 972-8382 & Aaron Detty- Athletic Director- (619) 800-2367
Team Website: https://www.sdcityknights.com/
City Campus Store is shipping online orders while City College Campus is closed due to Covid 19. Book and other course material information continues to be available on our website, while the Campus is closed.
Phone: 619-388-3548 (campus closed)
CalWORKs is an educational support program that helps those on public assistance become self-sufficient through education.
Job Placement Services
disAbility Support Programs & Services (DSPS) Remote Services
We provide a community-based learning environment to help City College students become more effective, confident and independent readers, writers and critical thinkers.
EOPS is a retention program that provides academic support, financial assistance and transition services to students who are low income and have an educational disadvantage.
Phone: (619) 388-3209
For a Progress Report, click here and download to fill out and submit form.
We are here to provide services to help with the graduation and transfer process. Official forms required by the district for further you may submit your documents HERE
The Financial Aid Office is committed to assisting and uplifting students who might otherwise be unable to continue their education because of financial disadvantage.
Include your full name, student id number and term you are inquiring about. With a much higher number of emails being processed, allow 72 hours for a reply.
FYS: Peer Mentor Lab
The First Year Services, Peer Mentor Lab supports new students through the enrollment process and registration, while providing all students with support, insight and development in there time here at City College.
Phone: (619) 800-2739
The library is here to provide you with reference material, books, journals, data
bases, information, and guidance in research.
Live Chat has librarians available online for research assistance anytime.
HUBU is a movement and brotherhood that embraces AND validates who you are as great men and leaders in your communities.
Student Health Clinic
HEALTH ADVICE LINE IS HERE FOR YOU! Call (619) 388-3450 M & Th 830-430, T & W: 10-6 and Fridays 830-1230-- An RN or Nurse Pracititioner checks calls hourly and will call you back for health advice, consultation and referral!
Phone: (619) 388-3450
Mental Health Counseling Center
The Mental Health Counseling Center is available during business hour to provide resources, referrals, case management and teletherapy (individual, couples, family therapy) in addition to daily and weekly groups, workshops, social hours and meditation moments.
Phone: (619) 388-3055
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency please call 888-724-7240 or 911, or text "COURAGE" to 741741
MCRD representative Jamie Hammond firstname.lastname@example.org or 619-357-6671
NBSD representative Sheila Davis email@example.com or 619-800-3434Webpage: http://www.sdcity.edu/students/military/active.aspx
NextUp/ Former Foster Youth
NextUp is a supplemental program of EOPS designed to support the educational goals and well-being of current and former foster youth.
Phone: (619) 388-3209
Students can submit forms and petitions online at https://www.sdccd.edu/students/forms-and-documents.aspx
If you have questions about your classification as "non-resident" for tuition purposes, contact us.
The Office of Student Affairs implements and supports student-centered programs aimed at enhancing the student experience at San Diego City College.
SUBIR Dreamer Resource Center
The SUBIR Dreamer Resource Center supports an inclusive campus culture in order to empower undocumented students and allies to achieve their academic and personal pursuits and become active members of our communities.
Phone: (619) 800-3708
SUBIR Intercultural Centers
The SUBIR Intercultural Centers in connection with the Title V grant will improve retention and success of Latino/a/x and Chicana/o/x students and economically disadvantaged students by elevating key student success efforts aimed to validate and support their multiple identities, roles, and experiences through equity-minded course redesign, professional development, and student services initiatives.
Phone: (619) 388-4041
Tutorial/ Learning Center
Tutorial/ Learning Center is providing online tutoring services in several subjects via our exciting online tutoring services.
Instructions for accessing your unofficial or official transcripts, and how to send us transcripts from other colleges.
The Umoja Community at San Diego City College is a program designed to assist African American and other historically underrepresented students who desire to transfer to four-year colleges and universities, and earn their degrees.
Upward Bound is a TRIO Program designed to help provide high school students with educational and personal support services that will increase high school graduation and college enrollment and persistent rates.
Veterans Services is committed to helping student veterans make the best choices possible while attending by providing the maximum assistance, guidance, and support using the new G.I. Bill and other programs. Follow us: @sdcityvets
Basic Needs: Resources for Technology, Food, Homelessness and more
https://www.imperfectfoods.com/- Imperfect Produce Making produce affordable is important to us. Unfortunately, the USDA does not allow online grocery companies like Imperfect to accept SNAP and other benefits. However, we offer a reduced-cost box for anyone that meets the requirement for CalFresh/SNAP/EBT benefits. Check this box and we'll send you a survey to confirm your qualification for a 33% discount. (students will only see this information once they are ready to input their payment option.
How to Apply for Cal Fresh
- Select https://www.mybenefitscalwin.org/ link to begin the process. Proof of identity is necessary to be evaluated for expedited services (to receive Cal fresh within 3 days).
- You can also apply on-line through GetCalFresh.org (Application is available in English and Spanish). Submit documents right from your phone
- 2-1-1 San Diego
- Call Access at 1-(866) 262-9881 to request application forms. Access can mail an application to you. Send the completed application to the local Family Resource Center via U.S. mail or drop it off at your local Family Resource Center. The date of application is the date the application is received by the Family Resource Center. It is very important to send proof of identity to be evaluated timely should you be eligible for expedited services (receive Cal Fresh benefits within 3 days).
- San Diego Hunger Coalition Cal fresh application support: 1-(858) 863-6635
Download an application.
Print out the following document: Application for CalFresh/Snap Benefits
- Complete as much of your application as you can. Your name, address and signature are necessary to begin the application process.
- Download the Notice to CalFresh Applicants (form 09-94 HHSA / form 09-94 HHSA SP) for additional information, to help you complete the application, and to select your interview preference (in-person or telephone interview).
- Send the completed application and documents to your local Family Resource Center via U.S. mail, via fax, or drop them off at your local Family Resource Center. It is very important to send proof of identity to be evaluated timely should you be eligible for expedited services (receive CalFresh within 3 days). The date of application is the date the application is received by the Family Resource Center.
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SAN DIEGO DOWNTOWN
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They are offering special discounted rates for anyone associated with SDCC. If any faculty, staff or students are displaced due to the pandemic, please feel free to reach out to:
DIRECTOR OF SALES
619.782.6400 ext. 101
Low Cost Computers
Student Health / Mental Health
Alternative Social Media and Information Sites (to stay positive in the mind)
Apps to help to calm the mind (distraction from conflict as well)
Daily use (10 minutes) can create and enhance feelings of peace/calm or simply be a positive activity
UCLA Mindful: https://www.uclahealth.org/ucla-mindfu (English and Spanish)
Insight Timer: https://insighttimer.com/ (meditations and sleep)
Your Daily Shine: https://join.shinetext.com/ (positive messages/texts)
Headspace: https://www.headspace.com/ (meditations and sleep)
Calm and Breathe: https://www.calm.com/ (breathing exercises)
Smiling Mind: https://www.smilingmind.com.au/smiling-mind-app (breathing and meditations)
Website with tips and strategies for managing social distancing and "shelter in place"
Care for your Coronavirus Anxiety: https://www.virusanxiety.com/
Health and Wellness
If you have health insurance, you can go to psychologytoday.com or therapyden.com and filter by zip code and the type of insurance you have
If you are uninsured, have MediCal, or are MediCal eligible, you may be able to visit a community clinic. To find which clinic serves your zip code and if you are eligible, call 211 or visit http://www.comresearch.org/services.php for a list of clinics (call the one in your region to confirm services and eligibility)
If you are in crisis or having a mental health emergency
Call Access & Crisis Line at 888-724-724-7240 or text "courage" to 741741
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255
Title IX Resources
We understand that when forced to stay at home or near an abuser, it can create circumstances in which safety is even more compromised. During these times of working remotely and avoiding public spaces, victims and survivors may need to alter their safety plan. SPEAK is here to help.
City College's confidential victim advocate will continue to be available to provide resources and support Monday-Friday from 8AM-5PM at 619-541-5970. In addition, CCS' crisis hotline is free, confidential, and operates 24/7. Please call at 1-888-385-4657.
United Way: San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund
Have you been impacted by job loss or wage reduction? Are you in need of support with paying your rent/mortgage or utility bills? We can help.
Wi-Fi and Internet Access
Cox is offering the following over the next 60 days, through May 15:
A $19.99 offer for new Starter internet customers with a temporary boost up to 50 Mbps download speeds, no annual contract or qualifications to help low income and those impacted from Coronavirus challenges, like seniors and college students.
- Eliminating data usage overages beginning today to meet the higher bandwidth demands. Customers with a 500 GB or Unlimited data usage add-on plan will receive credits.
Pledging to support the FCC's Keep America Connected initiatives by:
- Not terminating service to any residential or small business customer because of an inability to pay their bills due to disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
- Waiving any late fees that residential or small business customers incur because of their economic circumstances related to the coronavirus pandemic.
- Opening Cox Wi-Fi outdoor hotspots to help keep the public connected in this time of need.
Cox is offering to fast-track the qualification process for Connect2Compete. Schools are being asked to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with a list of eligible low-income students that currently do not have an internet connection. Cox will assist in getting students qualified quickly so they can continue learning from home. Cox has also partnered with PCs for People where families can purchase discounted refurbished computers. More information can be found at this website. (https://cox.pcsrefurbished.com/sales/salesHome.aspx)
COVID-19 RESPONSE: https://about.att.com/pages/COVID-19.html
March 13, 2020
AT&T is underwriting expenses for a "one-stop" resource center to support eLearning Days from the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) available to all educators in schools to help them handle school closures and the increase in virtual learning due to COVID-19. Click here to learn more.
Comcast offering free internet to help with coronavirus impacts
The company also said it would pause data caps and plans.
https://www.internetessentials.com/ FROM COMCAST
https://www.spectrum.com/wifi-hotspots To get free Wi-Fi hotspots
More than ever before, Americans rely on high speed broadband in nearly every aspect of their lives. In the coming weeks, many will be affected either directly or indirectly by COVID-19. We're committed to serving our 29 million customers and ensuring they maintain reliable access to the online resources and information they want and need. To ease the strain in this challenging time, beginning Monday, March 16, we commit to the following for 60 days:
- We'll partner with school districts to make sure local communities are aware of these tools to help students learn remotely.
- We'll open our Wi-Fi hotspots across our footprint for public use.
- We'll continue to offer Spectrum Internet Assist, our high-speed broadband program to eligible low-income households.
We won't terminate service for residential or small business customers who face difficult economic circumstances related to the coronavirus pandemic. Similarly, we won't charge late fees for those customers facing difficult economic circumstances related to the pandemic. As always, we don't have data caps or hidden fees.
Our advanced communications network will make sure our customers, including government offices and agencies, first responders, health care providers and facilities and businesses, across 41 states, maintain the connectivity they rely on.
Our network is built to sustain maximum capacity during peak usage. We'll continue to closely monitor this dynamic situation and are well prepared to continue delivering reliable connectivity. We have extensive business and workforce continuity plans in place that will be adjusted as needed to best serve all our customers and employees.