Current Students
 Need Emergency Funds?

The SJECCD Student Emergency Needs Fund was established to provide a one-time immediate financial assistance award to students involved in a catastrophic or emergency situation involving circumstances which are sudden, unexpected and/or affect a students' ability to succeed.

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. These are one time funds with a maximum of $500.00 
  2. Complete screening form and application (click below)
  3. Provide proof of enrollment of a minimum of six units 
  4. Provide documentation of stated emergency

Application Process:

  • Applications are also available at the Office of Student Life, SparkPoint and Foundation.
  • To be considered for funding, students will need to submit a completed application and supporting documents to the Office of Student Life. 
  • The Director of Student Development will review the application with the decision making committee.
  • After a minimum of three people from the committee determine eligibility and approve, the Foundation will request to have a check cut based on funds available.
  • From submission to approval, this process should take no more than three (3) business days. 
  • Students will be notified of the final decision via email.
  • Checks will be available for pick-up from the Business Services Office.
For questions, contact: 
Lauri Adachi, Institutional Advancement Officer SJECCD
408-918-5144

 Free Self-defense training
 
During Spring 2019, San Jose City College will offer
FREE self-defense training by Six-Second Defense.
We'll have updates on upcoming sessions soon.  

current students

Current Students 

We think it’s important for you to know, at SJCC you matter.

 We know how much work it takes to reach your goals. We’ve been there. That’s why we want you to take advantage of all the support services and activities available to you.

Whether you’re taking one class, working toward a certificate or degree, or enjoying a plan of lifelong learning, you are creating a legacy here at SJCC. Your time with us may be long, it may be short, but while you’re here, know that you are an important part of our vibrant, innovative community.

Thanks for choosing us to be a partner in Your Success!


​Student Complaint Procedures

The Student Complaint Procedures are available to every San Jose City College student, offering an equitable means of seeking an appropriate remedy for a grievance regarding any college-related matter (other than as defined under the unlawful discrimination section of the catalog).  Complaint procedures are provided for the following: grade appeals process, complaints regarding a faculty member, complaints regarding a staff member, complaints about a manager, or sexual assault complaints.  Copies fo the Student Complaint Procedures are available in the following locations:

  • Office of Student Affairs, Student Center, 2nd Floor 
  • Office of Student Development and Activities, Student Center, 1st Floor
  • Office of Academic Affairs, B-105
  • Welcome and Information Center, Student Center, 1st Floor
  • Counseling Center, Student Center, 2nd Floor

Related forms are also available online here.

Most complaints, grievances or disciplinary matters should be resolved at the campus level.  Students are encouraged to work through the campus complaint process first.  Issues that are not resolved at the campus level may be escalated to state offices.  Click here for more information.

Contact Us

Dr. Jane M. Harmon

Vice President, Student Affairs (Interim)

Admin. Secretary, Interim
Student Center, Room 201
(408) 288-3146

Student Affairs Administrators

Dr. Eliazer Ayala-Austin

Dean, Counseling &  Matriculation


Blake Balajadia

Director, Student Life

Marilyn Brodie

Director, WIN/CalWORKs

Takeo Kubo

Director, Financial Aid

Teresa Paiz

Director, Admission and Records

Edina Rutland

Assoc. Director, SAS

Fabio Gonzalez

Coordinator EOPS/CARE​

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