Announcements

Sue and Bill Gross Contribute an Additional $250,000 to Saddleback College for Scholarships to Students in the “Forgotten Middle”

 
Saddleback College is pleased to announce that Sue and Bill Gross have contributed an additional $250,000 to the Gross Scholars Program, which benefits students in select Career and Technical Education majors who have shown an unmet financial need. Now totaling $490,000, the program will enable 80 students to receive scholarships to help them prepare for skilled jobs. 
 

Campus Pride Tuesday

 
Students, faculty, staff and management join us for College Pride Tuesday and wear your college logo shirt or college colors of cardinal and gold. Get caught showing your colors on Tuesdays during the semester and win a prize! It's an easy and fun way to show your Saddleback pride. Go Gauchos!

Free Tutoring for Saddleback Students

Don't wait until you're struggling in a class to ask for assistance. Saddleback College offers free tutoring all year! Depending on the subject, students can either drop-in or make an appointment. The Tutoring Center also offers group tutoring on an appointment only basis. The Tutoring Center is located in LRC 212 and is open Monday - Thursday from 9 am to 7 pm and Friday from 9 am to 2 pm. 
 
- Appointment Tutoring: English, ESL and other subjects
- Drop-In Tutoring: English, ESL, Math, Chemistry, Physics, and other subjects

Take a Library Workshop

Every Tuesday, the Library offers workshops that help you learn about the various services offered by the Library and how they can help you during the semester. Workshops will continue every Tuesday through November 25. Workshops are held at various times during the day. The Library workshops are FREE and are offered in person or online. All workshops are held in LRC 314.