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Activities and Events

The Office of Student Affairs is dedicated to engaging students through developing informational and meaningful events and activities that promote student leadership, social justice, cultural humility, equity and inclusion to empower students and enhance student life at San Diego City College.

These opportunities afford students to discover their potential through applying critical thought, civic responsibility, personal accountability, transparent leadership, free-expression, and teamwork, which contributes to building a sense of community and belonging.  Student engagement is an integral and vital component of student success. It is well-documented that students who are involved in their campus community excel academically.

 

Fall

Welcome Week

Welcome Week

Various departments, student services and faculty provide essential information about their respective areas so students can better navigate their City College journey with greater ease.

Constitution Week

Bill of Rights

Special week-long programming to learn about the importance of the United States Constitution.

Student Services Resource Fair

Resource Fair

Created to provide students a greater understanding of all the support services students are afforded and available to them for a more positive and meaningful college experience at City.

Student Study Breaks

Designed to provide students and their friends and families to take a student break by logging into online Bingo, Random Trivia, Learn a New Dance, Listen to Children's Stories in Spanish, Nutrition tips and more.

Cultural Celebration Programs

Special month-long programming from the campus community designed to celebrate and appreciate different cultures.

Student Workers Professional Development

Training offered to student workers, student clubs and organizations, students and current staff to be successful both personally and professionally.

Veterans Day

 

Veterans Day

College community honors all Veterans, including students, faculty staff and administrators through special programming.

Student Leadership Summit

Programming aimed to develop students' leadership skills, raise awareness of various hot button topics, candid conversations regarding current events, and more! All to develop students to be better citizens of the world and their communities.

Food for the Holidays

Seeks to uplift our college students during the December holidays by partnering with our community sponsor, California Credit Union, who give away gift cards to students who are in need.

 

Spring

MLK Parade

MLK Parade

It is the college's tradition to enter a prized and award winning float for the county's MLK Parade every January, which is built under the leadership of Professor Duane Gardella from the Theatre Department and the Dean of Student Affairs, Marciano Perez, Jr. Various college community members volunteer their time, including students, to assist in bringing to life the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through visual illustration via the MLK Parade float. The college community assembles at the float site that day of the MLK Parade to march for social justice, which is the hallmark of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Welcome Week

Welcome Week

Various departments, student services and faculty provide essential information about their respective areas so students can better navigate their City College journey with greater ease.

Students Services Resource Fair

Student Services Resource Fair

Created to provide students a greater understanding of all the support services students are afforded and available to them for a more positive and meaningful college experience at City.

Student Study Breaks

Designed to provide students and their friends and families to take a student break by logging into online Bingo, Random Trivia, Learn a New Dance, Listen to Children's Stories in Spanish, Nutrition tips and more.

Cultural Celebration Programs

Special month-long programming from the campus community designed to celebrate and appreciate different cultures.

Student Workers Professional Development

Training offered to student workers, student clubs and organizations, students and current staff to be successful both personally and professionally.

Golden Awards

Golden Awards

These awards are the most coveted by faculty, staff and administrators as only student may vote to select those who they believe have served our students in a most exemplary manner and who are deserving to be recognized accordingly.  The Golden Awards consist of three categories: Pillar for Administrator, Apple for Faculty and Star for Classified Professionals. Golden Award elections are held annually for one week.

 

Access All Activities and Events using the College Calendar Link:

College Calendar of Events (sdcity.edu)