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Taking College Classes

Advanced Education (High School Students)

Who can enroll in Advanced Education classes?
  • You must demonstrate exemplary academic achievement, GPA of 2.7, analysis of transcripts, assessment results, other student achievements.
  • You must have completed the tenth grade or be 16 years of age by the first day of instruction.
  • You must be mature enough to understand the course material and to benefit from the presentation style.
  • You must be mature enough to avoid jeopardizing your safety or the safety of others.
  • You may fill out a petition if you do not meet one of the above criteria.

How to Enroll

  • Follow the steps for high school students.
  • Before applying you must first have an OpenCCC account.
  • Check out the class schedule.
  • Complete an online application for admission.
  • Bring the completed Advanced Education Application and your transcript to Sacramento City College or our West Sacramento outreach center for approval. Students may call 375-5511 for an appointment.
  • Enroll for classes! Turn in the Advanced Education Application to Admissions and Records at West Sacramento Center or at the main SCC campus in Rodda Hall North 159 at your registration time.
 

 

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West Sacramento Center

SCC West Sacramento Center is part of Sacramento City College. The Center offers various classes and student services on-site. Services offered include:
– Academic Counseling
– Assessment Testing
– Enrollment Assistance
– Financial Aid
– Other Student Support Assistance

About Us

Currently, the Center is a 3-story building that includes 11 classrooms and 1 computer lab. Services offered include academic and financial aid counseling, enrollment assistance, assessment testing, tutoring services, and other student support services. The Center currently serves more than 2500 students.

 

West Sacramento Center

1115 West Capitol Avenue

West Sacramento, CA 95691

Email: sccwsac@scc.losrios.edu

Phone: 916-375-5511

Fax: 916-375-5520

West Sacramento Center Office Hours

August 24-December 17
Monday-Thursday: 8:00am-6:00pm
Friday: 8:00am-4:00pm
Saturday/Sunday: Closed