Places to Improve Your ESL Skills
Free tutoring for your ESL classes
Lab Resources to help improve your reading skills. This is where you complete your ESL 888 hours. email@example.com
Lab Resources to help you practice your English skills. This is where you complete your ESL999 hours. firstname.lastname@example.org
Books, magazines, and resources for research.
Places to Help Get you Started Taking Classes
Go here to take the ESL assessment test and orientation.
Go here for help with applying to Saddleback, registering for classes, obtaining transcripts, and getting your student ID.
Check here for information on coming to Saddleback if you are an international student.
Check here to see if you are eligible for financial assistance for credit classes.
Buy your textbooks, scantrons, and green books for your classes. Click here for the hours of the bookstore.
Places to Get Personal Help
Physical and mental health services free for all students enrolled in classes at Saddleback.
Go here for academic or personal counseling help. Be sure to call or go online to make an appointment first.
Disabled Students Programs and Services-Special Services (DSPS) (SSC 113, (949) 582-4885)
Support services for students with verifiable disabilities.
Other Important Places on Campus
Child care for children aged 18 months - 6 years. Fees apply.
Purchase parking permits.
Go here for questions about campus safety or to appeal a campus parking ticket.
Bus Stop (Located by Lot 13 at turnaround)
To plan your bus trip to campus, check out the OCTA webpage. Bus Lines 85 and 91 stop here (updated May 2018).