Student Development

Photo of an unspecified event on campusThe 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.

The Student Development Office exists to support the leadership and personal development of our students through Campus Life Activities, our Leadership Lab programs, Associated Student Government (ASG) and Student Clubs.

NEWS & EVENTS

Fall, 2017 ASB stamps are available.  Pick up yours in SSC 210.  Make sure to bring your student ID with you.  If you don't yet have a Saddleback Student ID card, it's easy to get one!  Visit the Admissions and Records Office in SSC 102, and they will issue you one while you wait. 

Want a quick list of events on the campus?  Check out the Campus Calendar for the latest.

Support your Saddleback College Performing Arts community!  Catch a live concert, or theatre show while you're here.  Check out the Performing Arts events here.

Club Activation for the Fall Semester has started.  To learn how to activate a club, visit the Student Life Portal.

Tuesday Ted Talks are back!  Bring your lunch!  We'll have snacks!  Next Ted Talk will be at 2:30 pm, on Tuesday, October 17th, in SSC 211.  All are welcome.

Win two movie tickets!  Show off your racket skills at our weekly Wednesday Ping Pong Tournaments.  Tournaments start at 11:30 am.  Check out the Game Lounge, for more information.

  The Young Americans for Freedom Club is hosting a guest speaker event, "Free to Think," with former U.S. Treasurer Bay Buchanan, on Tuesday, October 17th, in BGS 356, at 7:00 pm.  Bay Buchanan will discuss issues related to civil rights and free speech, as well as participating in a Q&A about her tenure as Treasurer for the Reagan administration.  All are invited to attend this free event.  
  The ASG, and the Student Health Center invite you for a month of Mental Health workshops.  Workshop subjects will explore a variety of ways to help address the stigma associated with mental health issues.  The next workshop on "Eating Well" will meet in SSC-211, starting at 1:30 pm, on Wednesday, October 18th.
  Groovin' on the Grass is back!  Catch the talents of Saddleback College students at Noon, on Wednesday, October 18th.  Crepes Bonaparte food truck will also be here, starting at 10:00 am.
 

The Pride Alliance Club invites you to celebrate Fall at the "Halloween Masgayrade" on Monday, October 30th, starting at 7:00 pm, in SSC-212.  For more information, drop the club an e-mail at saddlebackgsa.pride@gmail.com.  All are welcome.

  Get your Day of the Dead groove on!  The Fine Arts, and Culinary Arts Departments are hosting "Dia de los Muertos," an Art Fest, on Wednesday, Nov. 1st, starting at Noon.  Steamroller printmaking, a student art sale, and eats!  Check out all the activities in the Theater Circle and Art Gallery.  Bring your friends!  Free parking in Lots 10 & 12.

Struggling with textbook costs?  The Library has many in-demand textbooks for student use in the Reserve sectionVisit 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

RESOURCES

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. If you didn't purchase the stamp during registration, you can purchase your ASB stamp in SSC 208. 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.

JOIN US AT THE STUDENT LIFE PORTAL

Campus LifeStudent Clubs

Associated Student GovernmentThe Leadership Lab