Learning Resource Center

Student Access-to-everything Card

Every City College student should take the time to pick up their Student Access Card. The personalized identification card gives students access to use all…

SCC presents HAIRitage

HAIRitage, an exhibit about barbershops and their rich history of building community told through fine art and photography, opened Feb. 8.

Print, photography, poetry and art explore the culture of barbershops at the exhibition. The Cultural Awareness Center and the Learning Resource Center hosted a Second Saturday opening, featuring authors Marichal J Brown and Gerry “Gos” Simpson.

Enjoy the new Learning Resource Lounge

City College has a new lounge located on the second floor of the Learning Resource Center.

The new lounge was made public in early September and is furnished with easy chairs. Readers can now get even more comfortable and relaxed while enjoying a good read. Newspapers, magazines and paperback book collections are all within close proximity. Therefore, another world waits to be unraveled within only an arm’s reach.

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Chicano/Latino welcome 9/17

Come by the Student Center on Sept. 17 from noon to 1 p.m. to meet City College’s new Chicano/Latino faculty and staff. Keynote speaker and…

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Learn more about studying abroad 9-19

Have you ever wanted to study a semester abroad? Now is your chance! Don’t let the moment pass you by. City College will be holding…

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Life seen in a different light

It was just after the rain stopped and the sun had just come out. Artist Zbigniew Kozikowski saw a line of umbrellas moving toward a…

2,013 books in 2013

The City College community helped to contribute more than 2,000 books were donated to Reading Partners and Loaves and Fishes’ Mustard Seed School at an event in the school’s courtyard on March 5 to celebrate Dr. Suess’ birthday.

New and gently used books were collected during the past several weeks at schools, non-profits and businesses throughout Sacramento. City College contributed 256 books, which were collected in its donation box in the Learning Resource Center lobby.