are now online through our Virtual Campus while our campus facilities are closed through Summer Session.
Fall 2020 Semester will start online to help slow the spread of COVID-19, but it may change during the semester if the county and state health officials state it would be safe to do so.
SJCC's faculty, staff, and administrators are still here to help you navigate these changes and to ensure you still receive an outstanding education while you learn online.
Welcome summer Session Students
Welcome to Summer 2020!
Summer 2020 Frequently Asked Questions
SJCC Chavez Library Virtual Services
Preparing for Online Learning
Student Health Services Update
Job Opportunities at OnwardCA
COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Students (CDC)
Student Emergency Grant Funding (Mission Asset Fund)
COVID-19 Financial Assistance from Sacred Heart
e-textbook loaner programTo request a free eTextbook fill out the form here.
New Video! - How to Register for Classes
Click Here for a Student Health Services Update
Click Here for Online Counseling Information
Important Updates From SJECCD Here
Learn how to log on to Canvas here.
Other Canvas Resources
California Community College Resources
City of San Jose Eviction Moratorium Information
CVS Pharmacy hiring full-time, part-time, and temporary workers. Apply at: https://jobs.cvshealth.com
Safeway hiring through Glassdoor website: www.glassdoor.com
Target hiring various positions. Apply at: jobs.target.com
The U.S. Postal Service is hiring in the Bay Area
Online Tutoring Information
Legal Aid Information
Legal Aid is happy to talk to anyone who is having work-related issues due to the coronavirus. You can call the Work and Family Helpline at (800)880-8047 or the general helpline at (415)864-8848. Available languages are English, Spanish, Chinese, Urdu, Vietnamese, and Farsi.
What's Open online?
Admissions and Records
Chavez Library & LRC
Student Accessibility Services
Student Health ServicesVeterans
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.
Related forms are 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.
Vice President, Student Affairs
Student Affairs administrators
Dean, Counseling & Matriculation