Need your Fall 2020 ASB stamp and 2020/2021 Discount Booklet? Click here, and let us know! Or, send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, for information about how to receive your ASB stamp.
Saddleback College Students ride the OCTA bus for Free! For information about how to get your FREE student pass, and routes available in Orange County, click here, or visit ocbus.com/sc. If you do not have a smart phone, please click here, to fill out the 2020 Bus Pass form, and let us know.
** Carlos Andrés Gómez Antiracism as Action workshop, Live, at Noon, on Wednesday, September 30th. Click here to join https://zoom.us/j/93499118450?
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Student Development Office services are fully available.
Phone: (949) 582-4616
You may also chat with us (through Zoom). Please see the information in the menu to the right for Zoom support options. If you would like a Zoom meeting at a different day or time, please send us an e-mail, and we will be happy to set up an appointment time with you. You may also leave us a message at (949) 582-4616, and we will return calls in the order received.
Welcome to Opportunity!
The Student Development Office is committed to the philosophy that students who participate in the life of a college excel academically, personally, and professionally. Students who participate in co-curricular activities and build relationships with faculty, staff, and peers are most likely to stay in school and persist to graduation.
Join us for Two Free Events with Nationally renowned Colombian-American poet, speaker, actor, author, and Award-Winning Spoken Word Artist Carlos Andrés Gómez. Carlos will be hosting a Antiracism as Action workshop, Live, at Noon, on Wednesday, September 30th. Click here, to access the Workshop. Carlos will be performing his Spoken Word Poetry Live on Thursday, October 1st, at 7:00 pm. To find out more about Carlos, see his Bio at https://carloslive.com/bio/. Or, click here, to see Carlos on stage. The performance link for the October 1st event will be posted on Oct 1st, so be sure to check back.
Learn valuable leadership skills at the 2020 CCCSAA Virtual Leadership Conference! Friday, October 2, 2020, 10:00 am-5:30 pm. Keynote speaker is Adam Steltzner, Chief Engineer: Mars 2020 Project at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. All events for this conference are free to all Saddleback Students. To learn more about the conference, visit https://www.cccsaa.org/2020-student-leadership.html. Student sign ups for the conference, are here: https://cccsaa.wufoo.com/forms/s1ryw57j1nqrw67/. Advisor sign ups for the conference are here: https://cccsaa.wufoo.com/forms/sr9k6031ddazjt/. The deadline for sign ups are Thursday, Oct. 1st.
Ready to start a Student Club? You've landed in the right place! Club activation for 2020-2021 is on! To learn more, visit the Student Life Portal, or click here, to send an e-mail to email@example.com, or call our office, at (949) 582-4616.
You have a voice! Saddleback's Associated Student Government exists to advocate for you. To learn about ASG's activities, or, if you are interested in finding out how you can become a member of ASG, or what volunteer opportunities are available, click here, or visit www.saddlebackasg.com/.
Help Saddleback win the 2020 California Ballot Bowl by registering to vote! Click here, for registration information, or visit https://registertovote.ca.gov/?t=s
Make a difference in your community. For information about the 2020 Census, and what programs it benefits, click here. To participate in the 2020 Census, click here, or visit https://my2020census.gov/
NEWS & EVENTS
Congratulations Saddleback College Grads! For more info on this year's commencement, and to view the 2020 Commencement video, visit our Commencement information webpage, by clicking here, or: https://www.saddleback.edu/commencement.
Where are TED talks? Virtually here! 09/29/2020 Ted Talk: How exactly does gender work? It's not just about our chromosomes, says biologist Karissa Sanbonmatsu. In a visionary talk, she shares discoveries from epigenetics. Learn how life experiences shape the way genes are expressed -- and what that means for our understanding of gender. Click Here, for Ted Link.
Saddleback’s Career and Re-Entry Center has plenty of resources available to help you with job searches, resume prep, and career pathway advice. To sign up for one of their FREE workshops, click here, or visit www.saddleback.edu/career/events.
Congrats to our 2020 SC Robotics Team! Out of 93 entrants, the team placed in the top 36 in the Mars Society's annual University Rover Challenge. For the 2nd year, Saddleback is the only Community College to field an entry. To see the SC Robotics 2020 entry, click here. If you want to join the 2021 build, e-mail the club at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those of you who have purchased tickets for the Saddleback College Night/Angels April 4th game, we want to thank you very much for your support! Due to the Major League Baseball decision to delay the start of the baseball season, we are currently working on some options with the Angels. Please continue to check back with us for updated information.
Spring and Fall semesters, join our Campus Life Squad, at the SSC Yellow Tent for a variety of games and activities, Monday thru Thursday. Weekly CLS hosted tournament info can be found on our Student Development Calendar, by clicking here. Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Take a break, and spark your creative energy! Spark OC and Arts Orange County, with help from the CA Arts Council, offer a variety of online streaming and virtual Art, Musical, and Theatre events for all ages. Click here, for info.
Save yourself some aggravation, brag about your sustainability chops, all while you avoid the hassle of finding last minute parking before class! The city of Mission Viejo is sponsoring a FREE Monday - Friday shuttle to Saddleback. For more information on the program, click here. For a copy of the shuttle schedule, click here.
FAMT wants you! Support your Saddleback College Performing Arts community, and your fellow students! Look for ticket discounts in your ASG Discount Booklet. For the Performing Arts schedule and ticket info, click here.
Struggling with textbook costs? The Library has many in-demand textbooks for student use in the Reserve section. Visit the third floor of the LRC, or call (949) 582-4525 to find out more.
Registered to vote? Have you changed your address recently? You can register to vote, or update your current address here: VOTE. The Orange County Registrar of Voters needs help during Elections. For more information, click here.
ASB STAMP: The ASB stamp offers students, faculty, and staff exclusive discounts on and off-campus, while supporting Student Life! Pick up your ASB stamp in SSC 210. Students: if you didn't purchase the stamp during registration, you can purchase your ASB stamp from the Student Payment Office. E-mail the Student Payment Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to check out (and utilize) all the benefits!
CLUBS: Our goal is to connect students to campus organizations in an effort to foster a sense of community and facilitate the development of students academically, professionally and socially.
ASG: Associated Student Government is a student-run organization that develops and promotes campus life events and also advocates for the student population, with the goal of providing a better experience for students at Saddleback College.
HOUSING: Saddleback College Student Development does not provides housing postings online or on the Saddleback College campus. Community members may utilize the Public Posting Boards located around campus for their own housing listings. Flyers do not require approval. Please bring your own tacks or staples for posting.