Get Started at San Diego City College! 

Select the pathway that best describes you so we may best provide you with all of specific steps to get started at San Diego City College!

The City Virtual Welcome Center!

Call or text us: 619.800.2739

Monday through Friday 8:00am -5:00pm 

Email: cityoutreach@sdccd.edu

Request support: http://bit.ly/cityhelprequest

 

Pathway #1

Did you graduate from high school within ten years AND take San Diego Community College District classes while you were in high school?
Click here to get started on Pathway #1

Pathway #2

Is this your first time ever taking college classes and did you graduate high school, received GED, or High School Equivalency within ten years? 
Click here to get started on Pathway #2

Pathway #3

Did you graduate high school, received GED, or High School Equivalency ten or more years or did not finish high school? 
Click here to get started on Pathway #3

Pathway #4

 Are you a Veteran?
Click here to get started on Pathway #4

Pathway #5

Are You Active Duty Military?
Click here to get started on Pathway #5

Pathway #6

Are you a visiting student from another college or university? 
Click here to get started on Pathway #6

 Pathway #7

Are you transferring from another college or university outside of the San Diego Community College School District? 
Click here to get started on Pathway #7

 Pathway #8

Are you a returning San Diego Community College District Students?
Click here to get started on Pathway #8

 Pathway #9

Are you a High School Student, looking to enroll into college classes while still in high school? (SPECIAL PART-TIME)
Click here to get started on Pathway #9

 

Need help gettng started at San Diego City College?

The City Virtual Welcome Center!

Call or text us: 619.800.2739

Monday through Friday 8:00am -5:00pm 

Email: cityoutreach@sdccd.edu

Request support: http://bit.ly/cityhelprequest 

 

Learn about City and get step by step support to get started at San Diego City College!

Submit your City Application for Admission | Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or California Dream Act Application | San Diego Promise (Up to two years of free tuition)!

 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 1:00pm -3:00pm

 

Zoom Log In | http://bit.ly/cityfirststepsp21

 

Flyer Link | http://www.sdcity.edu/future-students/docs/city_first_step.pdf

 

San Diego City College InfoKnight Series! 

Who we are | How to get started | How we can support you | What you can accomplish | Where you can go from City!

 

May 4, 2021 | June 1, 2021 | July 6, 2021 | August 3, 2021

 

When: All Sessions are from 6:00pm -7:00pm

City enrollment support to follow the session at 7:00pm -8:00pm!

 

Zoom Log In | www.bit.ly/cityinfoknight21

 

Flyer Link | http://www.sdcity.edu/future-students/docs/city_info_knight_sp_21_2.pdf

 

 

When can you get started at San Diego City College?

Summer class schedule available online

April 19, 2021

Click here to see class schedule
 

Students can view registration date and time on mySDCCD student portal

April 23, 2021

Click here to see your registration date
 

Registration begins

May 3, 2021

Click here to register

 

Open registration

May 17, 2021

Click here to register

 

Classes begin 

Primary 8-week term: June 21 – August 14

Click here to log into your Canvas Course

Fall class schedule available online

June 7, 2021

Click here to see class schedule
 

Students can view registration date and time on mySDCCD student portal

June 19, 2021

Click here to see your registration date
 

Registration begins

June 23, 2021

Click here to register

 

Open registration

July 19, 2021

Click here to register

 

Classes begin 

August 23, 2021

Click here to log into your Canvas Course

Classes begin 

January 31, 2022

 

Get Connected to San Diego City College!

San Diego City College: City Jump Start Your Success - Welcome for new City Knights!

 

CITY JUMP START YOUR SUCCESS will bring San Diego City College staff, faculty, and administrators together to welcome you to the City Family! We will strive to provide you with the necessary connections and insights to be successful at San Diego City College!

BONUS: The day will also feature our “Belonging” workshop to help you navigate your existence and contributions as you start your educational journey.

Quick Counseling Questions | Admission and Records: Residency, Veterans and More | Financial Aid Support | Registration for Courses

Attend one of our sessions! 

Thursday, August 12, 2021

Main Program | 10:00–11:30am
Enrollment Support | 11:30am–12:30pm

Thursday, August 12, 2021

Main Program | 2:00–3:30pm
Enrollment Support | 3:30am–4:30pm

Friday, August 13, 2021

Main Program | 10:00–11:30am
Enrollment Support | 11:30am–12:30pm

Learn More:

Sign up here:  http://www.bit.ly/cityjumpstartfa21 

UMOJA COMMUNITY

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. Course materials, discussions, and activities focus on African-American culture, literature, and experiences. Through Umoja, students can prepare for transfer while taking culturally relevant coursework and participate in enriching activities with students who share similar goals.

Logo of UMOJA

Program Components:

Orientation | Counseling | Mentoring | Supplemental Instruction/Tutoring | Academic and cultural enrichment activities

 

Join UMOJA!

Apply: https://www.umojacommunity.org/interest-form.  

PUENTE PROJECT

The Puente Project is an academic preparation program that, for more than 25 years, has improved the college-going rate of tens of thousands of California's educationally disadvantaged students. The project's mission is to increase the number of educationally disadvantaged students who:

Enroll in four-year colleges and universities | Earn college degrees | Return to the community as mentors and leaders of future generations

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Puente will be accepting applications for 21-22 Cohort starting March 2021.

The program is open to students who:

  • Are interested in exploring the Latinx/Chicanx experience

  • Are planning on transferring to a four year university

  • Are eligible to enroll in English 101 or 101X for the Fall semester

  • Are able to commit to program requirements

  • Are able to be full time students (enrolled in 12 units or more). 

 

Please visit our new Interactive Website for more information.


Hermanos Unidos Brothers United (HUBU)

Be a Part of the HUBU Movement and Brotherhood!

HUBU is a movement and brotherhood that embraces AND validates who you are as great men and leaders in your communities.
I Am My Brother's Keeper!
In Lak'ech- Tue eres mi otro yo!

 

Why Should You Be a Part of HUBU?

HUBU offers support to ensure that you are successful at San Diego City College!
  • Assistance with completing Orientation, Assessment, Financial Aid Application, Career and Education Planning
  • Assigned Personal, Career and Academic Counselor
  • Assigned Personal Growth Course, Black Studies and/or Chicano Studies Course, English Course, and Math Course
  • Deeper understanding of challenges and success experienced by other male students of color
  • Participation in co-curricular activities
  • HUBU student club involvement
  • Participation in the annual HUBU Conference
  • Cultural fieldtrips
  • Community Service Opportunity
  • University field trips
  • Mentoring
  • Peer Mentor support

 

Activities

  • HUBU Club: The HUBU club is a student-led organization aimed at unifying and increasing academic achievement of men of color through campus involvement and community service
  • HUBU Mentoring: The HUBU Mentoring program plays a critical role in promoting faculty and student interactions and connecting men of color to positive role models in the community
  • HUBU Learning CommunityThe HUBU Learning Community focuses on improving the success rates of African American and Latino male students. HUBU aims to enhance the academic, social and cultural experiences of men of color and other California Community College students. The HUBU curriculum focuses on identity development (cultural and gendered), and its relevancy in understanding students' personal and academic goals.
  • Annual Conference: The HUBU conference aims to motivate and inspire students through workshops that address real life issues that affect men of color in higher education.

San Diego City College EOPS Summer Readiness Program (SRP)

The San Diego City College EOPS Summer Readiness Program (SRP) is an 6-week college success program designed to assist first-time college students and re-entry students in making a seamless transition to college. SRP provides students the opportunity to get a head start on their academic goals and persist towards a timely graduation or transfer to a four-year university.  All students are welcome to apply, including AB540 students.  SRP is FREE for eligible students. If students attend SRP, then they are considered a part of EOPS during the academic year.

Due to COVID-19, our program has been modified from previous years. During this trying time, we still wanted to offer a transition program where students could build community, create a sense of belonging and feel prepared to transition to college. Attached is a program flier and below are important application details.  We are more than happy to set up a virtual meeting with your staff to share more about our program.

 

SUMMER READINESS PROGRAM – SUMMER CLASS INFORMATION

The Program runs from June 28th through August 7th  
(6-week summer course)

Classes meet virtually twice per week for 2.5 hours per day

EOPS will enroll SRP students in the following summer class:

PERG 110 (1.5 units)

EOPS will cover the cost of summer books and provide school supplies

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE

Friday, May 21, 2021  (Priority Deadline is April 30th)

 

SRP Application link: Application Link:  https://forms.gle/UB5mk19HVg9Swtjy5

 

Please Note: in the above application, students will be asked if they have already completed the following:

SDCCD Admissions Application (CCC Apply):            https://home.cccapply.org/

2020-2021 (current academic year) FAFSA or CA Dream Act (this is how EOPS checks income eligibility)