Student Services provides support for the district’s 20,000 credit students, as well as the 10,000 students enrolled in the fee-based Community Education program. Under the direct supervision of three educational administrators and four program managers, this executive branch administers the district’s student services and academic support programs:

Admissions/Records, Assessment, CalWORKs, Campus Life/Student Government, Career and Transfer Connections, Counseling, Student Accessibility Services (formerly DSPS), EOPS/CARE, Former Foster Youth, Financial Aid, Health Services, International Students, Library/Learning Center, Outreach, Puente, Residence Halls, TRiO, Tutoring, Umoja, Writing Center, and Veterans Services.

Additionally, this division provides district FTES reporting functions; manages student discipline/code of conduct; Community Education; oversight of the Basic Skills Initiatives and learning support for basic skills students; and administrative leadership for Distance Learning and Instructional Technology.

Student Services ePAR and Program Reviews