News & Information
- Important Immigration Information for Students
SDCCD remains deeply committed to our students and will do everything we can to ensure your academic success.
Click here for details
- Services for Homeless Students
- San Diego Community College District works diligently to ensure that ALL students are protected from pressures and intrusive actions that would disrupt or impair their education.
SDCCD remains deeply committed to you and will do everything we can to ensure your academic success.
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- Explore the NEWSCENTER For News and Events related to the City, Mesa, Miramar and Continuing Education Campuses.
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- 2017 Electronic 1098-T Tax Form (e-Tax) Available January 22nd!
The 2017 1098-T Tax Form used to claim the American opportunity tax credit or Lifetime Learning Credit on federal income tax returns will be available online for eligible students beginning Monday, January 22, 2018.
Go to the e-Tax website
See the FAQs.
- Get more money back with the NEW California Earned Income Tax Credit
- Priority Registration for Active Duty Miliary & Veterans
If you are currently in the military, or were discharged within the past 15-years, you may be eligible for priority registration. Check with the college Admissions/Residency Office for eligibility requirements.
- Clery Act: Campus Crime Statistics
This report is available online at http://police.sdccd.edu/jclery.cfm. You may also request a paper copy from your college police station
- Important Information for Former Corinthian Students
San Diego City, Mesa and Miramar College are ready to help students who wish to continue their education following the closure of Corinthian (Everest, Heald and WyoTech) Colleges.
- Help Give Back to the Community: Volunteer Connect
The Volunteer Connect website connects San Diego City, Mesa, and Miramar Colleges and Continuing Education students with volunteer opportunities in the community.
- Restrictions on enrollment in online classes for students residing outside of California:
In accordance with federal regulations City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges may not permit students residing outside of California to enroll in online classes without approval of the state/territory where the student resides.
- Effective Fall 2015, students will no longer be permitted to only file an application for a Board of Governor's (BOG) Fee Waiver.
A FAFSA or Dream Act application is required for all financial aid, including the Board of Governor's (BOG) Fee Waiver.
- Academic or Progress Disqualified?
Please click on the link above for Readmission deadlines
- Student advisory on temporary protection against deportation.
Click here for a list of requirements and details
- Drug & Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program
Requires colleges and universities to provide information to its students regarding drug and alcohol abuse and prevention.
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Know Your Rights Everyone, regardless of their immigration status, has constitutional rights before the immigration authorities.
Welcome ITT Students San Diego City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges and Continuing Education welcome all ITT sutdents who are exploring options to continue their education and training.
NEW State Regulations on Loss of BOGW - Fall 2016 Effective Fall 2016, students must maintain academic and progress standards to maintain BOGW eligibility.
Priority Registration for Active Military & Veterans If you are currently in the military, or were discharged within the past 15 years, you may be eligible for priority registration.
Get Your CSID Number Click here for information on getting your new college student identification number.
Voter Registration Campaign (Your Voice / Your Vote) Go to the California Voters Registration website to register online