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News and InformatioN
Federal Government Shutdown Impact
The closure of the federal government (referred to as shutdown or furlough) will have minimal or no impact on students. If there is a federal government shutdown, students and parents will continue to be able to conduct business pertaining to financial aid.
- Updated information regarding DACA renewals
On January 9, 2018, a nation-wide order was issued requiring the Federal Government to maintain the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Please click here for more information.
- 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.
See the FAQs.
- Important information for DACA students
The San Diego Community College District is deeply committed to the inclusion of all people, regardless of their race, ethnicity, heritage, national origin, immigration status, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, medical condition, or disability. We believe that America is a great and compassionate country and that our students and employees should be fully supported in that context.
- Important Immigration Information for Students
SDCCD remains deeply committed to our students and will do everything we can to ensure your academic success.
- Services for Homeless Students
Services for Homeless Students are available at City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges. To learn more, contact the EOPS office on campus.
|Know Your Rights
Everyone, regardless of their immigration status, has constitutional rights before the immigration authorities.Read More
|New Regulations on Loss of BOGW
Effective Fall 2016, students must maintain academic and progress standards to maintain BOGW eligibility.
Starting this Fall 2018, students will be using the new mySDCCD portal to search for classes, register, pay, order transcripts, view their financial aid and receive communications.
Transfer is the process of continuing your education at a baccalaureate-degree granting college or university, usually after completing your major preparation and general education at a community college. We transfer more students than any other district from our colleges to UCSD and SDSU.