The purpose of academic assessment at San Joaquin Delta College is to ensure that your educational experience with us is productive and rewarding. We recognize that your time is valuable, and that is why it is important that you get involved in courses for which you are prepared. By measuring your current academic skills, the assessment evaluation will direct you to courses that will allow you to fulfill your goals and ambitions.Students who have taken the assessment assessment but have misplaced their scores, or students who have alternative test scores from other institutions which they would like evaluated for assessment purposes should contact the Assessment Center.
Admission & Records
The Admissions and Records Office coordinates the admission and registration process and maintains student records. Students may use the STAR telephone system to add or drop classes, submit petitions, pay enrollment fees and/or tuition. Students may use the internet to apply for admission, request academic transcripts and enrollment verifications.
AmeriCorps is a national service program designed to meet critical literacy needs in our community. Participating members volunteer one year of service as a tutor in exchange for an educational voucher that can be used to help finance higher education or pay back federal educational loans. Delta's AmeriCorps programs are designed for students who are interested in becoming teachers and want "hands-on" experience. Contact the AmeriCorps office for more information.
Basic Skills Applied Math Lab
The Basic Skills Math Lab is required for students enrolled in Applied Math DV ED 86. It also is a support lab for Vocational Math courses. To find math level I classes, please find Developmental Education (DV ED 78, DV ED 86 and DV ED 87).
The College provides bicycle lockers for student/staff use on a per term rental basis. The rental fee for use of a locker is $10 for the Fall/Spring semester, and $5 for the summer intersession. Contact the Student Activities, Shima 101, for bike locker rental information.
Delta College's Bookstore carries a complete inventory of required and recommended textbooks for classes offered each term. In addition, a wide variety of reference books, general school supplies, clothing, as well as art and engineering supplies is available. The Bookstore also sells computer hardware and software at educational discounts to qualifying students and staff.
Bookstore - Delta College Bookstore is an institutionally owned and operated retail store involved in the selling of textbooks and school supplies for student and staff customers. In addition, other related items, such as reference books, art and engineering supplies, clothing, and computer hardware and software are also available for purchase.
Methods of payment include personal CHECKS, VISA, MC and ATM cards. If the credit card owner is different than the user, written or verbal authorization from the owner will be needed.
- · Checks are payable to "SJDC Bookstore"
- · Checks not to exceed the amount of purchase by more than $5
- · Checks must be imprinted with current address and phone number
- · Identification required - student body card, current class schedule or a current driver's license
- · Checks drawn on a bank or address OUTSIDE Delta College's school district require student to show a current CLASS SCHEDULE
- · Two-party checks or payroll checks are NOT accepted
b. The amount of purchase is left BLANK until the student is in the store and ready to pay the cashier
AVAILABLE THRU THE 2ND WEEK OF THE SEMESTER ONLY
- · Full Refund applies to the current semester books purchased for the current term only. Books from previous semesters can be SOLD back at less than full value. (See buy-back policy below)
- · To receive a refund, a student must provide:
To receive a full refund, new books must be in perfect (mint) condition. Otherwise, returns are subject to a 25% reduction. (The Bookstore reserves the right to make a determination on the condition of books). Workbooks, study guides, syllabi, etc. are only eligible for refunds if returned new and unused.
Book Buy-Back-Best price offered LAST week of each semester
The Bookstore's commitment to students is to buy back as many books at the end of each semester as can possibly be resold the following term. That usually includes over 80% of books titles.
Students can sell back books any time, but for books that are needed the next immediate semester, the best price is offered during the last week of the semester/session. Books sold back at ANY OTHER TIME will be bought back for a used book dealer and only at the "wholesale" prices listed in their catalog.
- · During the last week of each semester, the Bookstore will pay 50% of the original NEW price on all copies NEEDED on the campus for the following semester-even for copies originally purchased used!!
- · Books bought back are then re-priced USED and made available for the next semester at 75% of the current new price.
- · Discontinued books may still have a "wholesale" value, if the edition is current. These books are purchased by us for a USED BOOK company that resells them to other schools. "Wholesale" values are approximately 25% of the original new price.
- · Following are reasons the Bookstore may not buy back certain titles:
The CalWORKs program is coordinated entirely by employees of SJDC. The program is designed to provide support and encouragementto TANF recipients in orderto help them reach their educational and career goals. Services include free childcare atthe SJDC Child Development Center; on and off campus paid CalWORKs Work Study positions; assistance with SJDC admissions process and applying for financial aid; assistance with planning and enrolling in classes; Job Specific Basic Skills referrals; and advocacy and need based referrals to services both on and off campus.
Career Transfer Center
The Career Transfer Center provides services for career assessment and development, reentry services, employment services, plus transfer support services for students who would like to transfer to a four-year university or college. The mission of the Career Transfer Center is to enhance student self knowledge and refine skills in seeking and processing information, analyzing career concern formulating creative solutions, choosing the most favorable career opportunities and implementing plans to accomplish goals that integrate personal and career ambitions.
Services are intentionally designed to incorporate all phases of the career decision making process providing student assistance from the college admissions procedure, through retention to the job seking process and or support for the students transferring to a four-year university.
The Career Center is a place where students come to investigate, explore and obtain occupational information. The career life planning process goes beyond helping individuals overcome immediate career uncertainty as it helps them acquire the skills necessary to manage their own career development over a lifetime.
Transfer Center services are designed to ease the transition to a four-year university by providing assistance with the transfer process. Services include admission application workshops, transfer admission agreements, on-the-spot admissions, field trips, appointment with visiting university representatives and major preparation advising.
Center for Academic Preparation
The Center for Academic Preparation offers support to students throughout their college experience and serves those who wish to improve their comprehension of college-level material. Reading 98 lab classes are designed for students who score Level 1 on the Assessment/Placement Test. Also available in the Center for Academic Preparation are mini-courses in specific reading skills and courses in reading and writing techniques, advanced learning skills, and study skills for success in college.
Child Development Center
Delta College students and staff are eligible to enroll their children and grandchildren in the Child Development Center.
Children ages 3 months through 12 years are cared for in a loving, nurturing, developmentally appropriate environment designed to meet the needs of each child. Parents are able to have their children near while they attend classes and use our observation rooms to view their child's play.
Free or low cost child care is available to qualifying parents of infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Parents interested in this State-funded program must provide verification of income, demonstrate need, and participate in the child's classroom. Pre-enrollment forms are required for all State funded programs. Families are also accepted on a full pay basis.
Parents paying their own child care fees will be eligible to have a portion of their child care fees subsidized by the Gladys Benerd Endowment. Please stop by the Child Development Center for a fee schedule.
Cooperative Work Experience Program
Cooperative Work Experience Program is designed to give students college credits for on-the-job experience. The college recognizes the value of learning experiences that enhance formal college studies.Students qualifying for this program must be employed on a job directly related to their major field of study. Students may register for up to 4 units of credit each semester and must be enrolled for a minimum of 7 units. The student must complete a minimum of one course directly related to an occupational objective. A total of 16 units of work experience/internship credit may be counted towards graduation, but students will be required to demonstrate new and expanded learning experiences before being permitted to repeat the courses. Grades are assigned on the basis of credit/no credit. An alternate semester program is also available.
Students may contact the Internship/Work Experience office for other requirements concerning qualification and to enroll in the program. Cooperative experience credits are granted in the following courses and programs. No credit can be applied to veteran's benefits:
Administration of Justice, AJ 92V
Agriculture Engineering, 96V
AGBUS & O.H. 96V
Animal Husbandry Science, 96V
Business & Accounting, BUS 98V
Computer Science, C S 89V
Family & Consumer Studies, FCS 93V
Fire Science, FIRE 91V
Health Science, HS 93V
Natural Resources, NR 94V
Plant Science, PLANT 96V
Work Experience, VOED 90V
Work Experience, VOED 96V
Disabled Student Services & Programs
The Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) office provides specialized services to support the unique needs of individual students with verified disabilities. Arrangements may be made for reader, interpreter, notetaker assistance; mobility assistance; use of adaptive equipment; community liaison; special counseling.
Students who require handicapped parking will need to apply for disabled person plates or placards at the Department of Motor Vehicles office at 710 N. American Street, Stockton. Only vehicles with state issued "DP" plates or placards will be allowed to park in handicapped parking slots. All other vehicles will be cited. City ordinance requires a $275 fine for such violations. These vehicles are subject to the same parking fees/permit regulations as all other vehicles. Please see section on "Parking Fees" for more information.
DMV applications include a physician's certification. A service fee of $6 will be charged for placards by DMV.
The State Department of Rehabilitation maintains a liaison counselor through the DSPS office on campus and provides multiple services to qualified students. These services include vocational counseling, testing, medical diagnostic services, financial aid, job placement. Interested students should contact Disabled Student Services for more information or for a referral to meet with a D.R. Counselor.
ECEL AmeriCorps Program Early Childhood Education and Literacy Program
This program is designed for students with an interest in early childhood education. Students enroll in early childhood education classes at Delta and through the AmeriCorps program are placed in Early Childhood sites as literacy tutors. Members gain valuable hands-on experience while providing much needed service to the Stockton community. Upon completion of the one-year commitment, students earn an education award. Students qualifying for financial aid are also paid an hourly wage.
The Employment Development Department (EDD) assists students with part-time and full-time employment opportunities while completing their academic program. A representative will register students with CalJobs, a computerized job search program, and employment and employer information.
Employment services are available for continuing students and AA/AS graduates and certificate recipients through the Career Center. Assistance with the job application process includes resume development, interviewing techniques, and employment and employer information. Written materials and resources can be utilized on a walk-in basis.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
The "ESL" program helps English as a Second Language students improve their skills in oral and written English.
Students that have completed courses at other colleges should have official transcripts sent to San Joaquin Delta college. To be considered "official" a transcript must arrive in an envelope still sealed by the college at which the courses were taken. For colleges outside of California, students should also submit course descriptions or catalogs from each school at which courses were taken.
Once all official transcripts have arrived in the Evaluations Office, the student may request an evaluation. This evaluation will show which units are degree applicable and which requirements still need to be fulfilled to obtain an Associate Degree.
Please allow a minimum of three weeks to have the evaluation completed. Once the student receives a copy of the evaluation, he/she should work with a counselor for assistance in planning courses to meet the student's educational goals.
Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) at Delta College has been established to provide students with histories of educational and economic disadvantage a variety of services which support their successful enrollment, persistence and retention in college.
Qualified EOPS students, pursuing vocational/technical, associate degree and university transfer programs of study, are eligible to participate in a variety of financial assistance, personal support, counseling, academic support, university transfer, and employment-related services, for up to six consecutive academic semesters, or until completing 70 A.A/A.S. units.
Qualified EOPS students voluntarily enter into a "partnership" relationship with the EOPS Program and its staff, agreeing to participate in "prescribed" EOPS Program and counselor recommended activities, which are established by educational research as being important to college success.
- · Outreach and Admissions Services
- · EOPS Financial Grants and Scholarships
- · Assistance with Purchase of Textbooks and Supplies
- · Emergency Loan Program
- · Personalized Counseling and Educational Advisement
- · Mid-Semester Academic Progress Reports
- · Transfer and Employment Services
The CARE Program is an affiliate of EOPS, designed to support the special needs of the single parent who is 18 years of age or older, head of household, with at least one child 13 years of age or younger, and who is a recipient, or whose dependents are recipients, of AFDC, TANF, or CALWorks
- · CARE financial grants to assist with educationally-related expenses;
- · Supplemental CARE grants to assist with child care expenses not funded by other agencies;
- · A supply and uniform grant for students enrolling in vocational technical programs of study requiring significant uniform, supply and equipment expenses;
- · A college parking permit or regional bus pass;
- · A student campus meal service;
- · Campus and community resource referral;
- · An emergency auto repair reimbursement program, and
- · A CARE program curriculum of support courses designed for single parents, teaching skills for managing co-dependent relationships, skills for managing stress, job seeking and keeping skills, and skills for effectively using campus and community resources.
The CARE Program also collaborates with the Delta College CalWORKS office and area community agencies, to ensure that students served by more than one agency or service program, receive needed advocacy, and well coordinated services.
The EOPS Student Success Academy is a specially designed program of instructional coursework and student support activities, offered each Fall and spring semester, designed for first-time and/or new college students, who wish to:
- · Become a confident, well- informed, responsible and resourceful student with the knowledge of what it takes to excel in college and to achieve personal and educational success;
- · Learn and strengthen college study skills, library research skills and computer-information literacy skills through "hands-on experiences" in the classroom, College Career Center and Library Resources Center;
- · Identify, through participation in formalized career testing, personal educational and career interests and learn about future employment opportunities and labor market trends;
- · Earn 11 units of associate degree applicable, university transfer, Guidance and English/Reading coursework, in a "learning community" of students, all of whom will be enrolled in the same classes and share instructors;
- · Meet with professional counselors for personalized educational and career counseling and receive in-class peer advisor and course tutoring services;
The Student Success Academy is designed for students who have been admitted to Delta College Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS). Students interested in applying for EOPS and/or enrolling in the Student Success Academy should contact the EOPS Office, (209)954-5682, or visit the EOPS Student Information Center in the College Center, Danner 101.
The EOPS College Success Program (CSP) is a six-week, college readiness program for first-time and new college students who are high school graduates, or 18 years of age or older. Participants enroll in 8 units of associate degree applicable courses and are provided instruction in college orientation and survival skills, college study and computer information literacy skills, cultural diversity, and interpersonal development and communication skills.
EOPS eligible participants are also provided in class tutor/mentors, study groups, textbooks, bus pass or college parking permits, and college supplies. Participants eligible for financial aid may also qualify for the Summer Pell federal financial grant, as well as an EOPS financial grant to assist with college related expenses, as well as qualify for on-campus employment, through the Worknet Youth Employment Program.
In addition to classroom instruction, participants visit university campuses to promote their understanding of university transfer opportunities, and acquire an understanding of the governmental structure, social responsibility, and environmental and ecological issues through field trips to the California State Capitol in Sacramento, the Pacific Ocean shoreline, and Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. 140 student are admitted into the College Success Program in June of each year, on a first-come, first-serve basis
Persons interested in applying for the EOPS College Success Program should contact the EOPS Student Information center on the San Joaquin Delta College campus beginning in February of each year.
Federal Work Study
Federal Work Study is a financial aid program which allows for part-time employment, either on or off campus, and gives students the opportunity to earn money needed to attend college. Students can apply for Federal Work Study and all other types of financial assistance with the "Free Application for Federal Student Aid," available in the Financial Aid and Veterans Services Office. Students may also choose to apply on the web at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
Grants, student loans, scholarships and work-study jobs are available to qualified Delta students. Information is available both in the Goleman Library Building, Room 125 and on the website at: http://finaid.deltacollege.edu. All students needing financial help while attending this institution are urged to apply. Scholarships are awarded each year to Delta students by local donors. The deadline is March 2 every year preceding the next school year. Transfer and non-transfer students are eligible to apply.
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(located in Cunningham, Locke & Budd Lounges)
General Education Development (GED) Program
The GED Program offers preparation in writing, literature, social studies, science, and mathematics leading to the General Educational Development examinations for high school diploma equivalency. GED classes are offered on campus during the day and evening. Classes are also offered in the evening at several off-campus sites including Martin Luther King Elementary School, McKinley Elementary School, Fremont Middle School, Lodi Migrant Camp, French Camp Migrant Camp, and the Tracy Learning Center. Classes are also available in both English and Spanish and have on-going registration.
Guidance & Counseling Services
San Joaquin Delta College serves a diverse population of students. People from various ethnic backgrounds, ages, and cultures attend our institution for a variety of different reasons. Many are focused on developing career choices along with educational plans to support these choices.
Counseling staff can assist with academic planning, career development, and personal counseling issues. Additional help in identifying the campus and community resources necessary for college success is also available. General orientation as well as specialized classes and counseling services are available to assist reentry, international students, those on academic probation, and student athletes, English as a Second Language classes, and those enrolled in noncredit (ESL/GED) instructional programs.
High School Equivalency Program (HEP)
The San Joaquin Delta College and San Joaquin County Office of Education, Migrant Education Region XXIII High School Equivalency program (HEP) is designed to help migrant and seasonal farm workers complete high school and succeed in postsecondary education. Eligible applicants for the HEP Program attend San Joaquin Delta College where they get exposure to cultural events, academic programs and other educational activities usually not available to migrant and seasonal farm workers. The HEP program helps students complete the requirements for the general education diploma (GED), and enter postsecondary education or other training programs, or be placed in career positions.
International Student Program
Detailed admission information and International Student Applications may be obtained from the International Student Program Office located in Holt Center, Room 101, or by calling (209) 954-5641 or online at www.deltacollege.edu. Completed applications, including all supporting documentation, must be received by April 1 for the summer semester, June 1 for Fall semester and November 1 for the Spring semester.
Delta College recognizes the value of learning experiences that enhance formal college studies. A student attending Delta College may earn units towards an A.A. degree, A.S. degree, or transfer to a four year college. The internship with business or industry requires the student to be enrolled in a course directly related to their internship. Each student shall be engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and college internship instructor. Students must be enrolled in at least seven units of course work including Internship units. Students enrolling in summer intersession must be enrolled in one course directly related to their employment (no minimum unit requirement).
Students must be enrolled in the internship program before the census date for full term classes for each semester. For more information, contact the Internship/Work Experience office, Holt 140, or phone 954-5269.
- ·Agriculture Business
- ·Agriculture Engineering
- ·Animal Science
- ·Administration of Justice
- ·Automotive Mechanics
- ·Auto Body
- ·Business Information Management
- ·Business and Accounting
- ·Computer Science
- ·Diesel Technology
- ·Engineering Technology
- ·Machine Tool
- ·Ornamental Horticulture
- ·Printing Technology
Kids College - Year `round programs for children and teens
The Ed-Venture, year `round program for children and teens (ages 3 and up) is a Community Education Department program. Community Education develops programs that are non-credit classes and activities designed to meet the needs of our community. Programs are fee based, self-supporting and are offered at various venues at both on campus and community classroom sites. Ed-Venture programs can be developed for most age groups as well as for parent child participation. These programs may be offered weekdays, week-ends as well as most times of the day or evening which benefits the public. The public may request programs to meet the needs of traditional, non-traditional, year `round and home school schedules at no additional cost. Campus programs are marketed each semester through the Delta Digest. A variety of programs are offered in the areas of arts and crafts, basic skills, cooking, computer science, personal development, photography, music, recreation, science, sports, technology, and many more. To learn more about how the Ed-Venture Program can meet the needs of youth in your area call 954-5015.
Learning Communities provide opportunities for students to combine related courses and assignments. Belonging to a Learning Community fosters student retention, higher grades and camaraderie. Learning Communities courses are noted in the SJDC Schedule of Classes under the individual course offerings by section.
The Learning Disabilities program assists students who have special learning needs based on verified test scores for learning disabilities. Placement in support classes is based upon individual needs.
Learning in Retirement Program
Campus environment utilizing the resources of the College and the experience of its members. Membership in SICL is opened to all older adults in the San Joaquin Delta College community. Membership dues are $25 per semester. Members may attend as many or as few of the programs offered by SICL on a first come basis. This is a membership run organization and as such welcomes and encourages active participation.
Goleman Library houses a collection of more than 100,000 volumes and provides a variety of learning resources to students, including reference assistance, instruction, a periodical collection, reserve books, textbooks, audiovisual materials, listening stations, photocopying equipment, and quiet study rooms. The library has a variety of electronic online databases and offers Internet access. You may access our Web Page at the following address: http://www.library.deltacollege.edu.
Lost and Found
The Campus Police Department, located in the cottage on the southeast corner of the campus, receives lost articles. Any student who loses property should check with the Campus Police to see if it has been recovered. Property will be released to owners between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday only.
Delta College MESA CCCP is an academic enrichment program that supports community college students to excel in math, engineering and all areas of science so they can transfer to major in these fields at a four-year university.
- · Designated Student Study Center
- · Academic Counseling & Advising
- · Transfer Assistance
- · Tutoring
- · Academic Excellence Workshops
- · Professional Development Workshops
- · Career Advising
- · University & Industry Tours
- · Scholarship & Internship Opportunities
- · Summer Research Opportunities
- · Student will major in a math-based field. Majors: Math/Physics, Engineering, Computer Science, Health Science, Life Science, Earth Science, Biology or Chemistry.
- · Student will be transferring to a four-year university.
- · Student has completed or is currently enrolled in Math 82. (Intermediate Algebra)
- · Eligible for any type of Financial Air, EOPS, or Puente.
Middle College High School
Middle College High School, a collaboration between Lodi Unified School District and San Joaquin Delta College, is located on the Delta campus. The high school serves high ability students in grades nine through twelve. Recruitment also focuses on identification and enrollment of high ability students who may not be achieving their potential or who may not have support for continuing education in college. The high school's mission is to provide a supportive, academically challenging program that enables students to experience quality college preparatory high school education with direct access to college opportunities fostering development of independence and success in college and careers. Contact Jeff Thompson, Principal, or Sandra Hilton, Counselor, for more information.
Mini-Corps is a statewide program designed for students who have Teacher Education as their goal. We offer a paid work experience and training. Students are placed as teacher assistants in K-12 schools to serve migrant students.
The facility is designed to provide limited mobility assistance to persons who require help to manuever the Delta campus; this includes issuing elevator keys for students unable to use the stairs. This office also provides limited first-aid. Qualified personnel are equipped to administer first aid in case of sudden illness or accident. Any student who becomes ill or injured on campus should report or be referred immediately to the Mobility/Health Services Office for first aid assistance. Emergency situations require Campus Police who may be reached immediately at any Blue Emergency Phone.
Puente - Bridge to Success
Puente students succeed academically, are recognized as leaders and scholars, graduate from four year colleges and universities and belong to a statewide network of leaders and professionals. Many components work together to prepare Puente students to transfer to four year universities; English instruction, counseling and mentors.
Reentry Services eases the transition of students returning to the academic environment after an extended absence. Services include orientation, registration assistance, counseling referrals, peer advisors, student workshops, career exploration and assessment, child care information, campus and community referrals.
San Joaquin Delta College Academic Scholarship Council
Tax Benefits Of Giving - The Scholarship Foundation is a tax-exempt organization which qualifies under Internal Revenue Code Section 501 (c)(3) and related sections for maximum income and estate tax benefits for individuals who make gifts of appreciated property or cash to the Foundation.
Lifetime Gifts - Donors who make contributions to the Foundation during life are eligible for income tax deductions during the year in which the contribution is made to the maximum extent allowed by law. Donors who choose to make gifts of appreciated assets (subject to approval and acceptance by the Foundation's governing board) are eligible to take an income tax deduction for the full fair market value of the asset and avoid the capital gains tax that would have accrued had the donor sold the asset. (The amount of the forgiven capital gain still may be subject to alternative minimum tax, however.)
Testamentary Bequests - Donors who choose to remember the Foundation at death through testamentary gifts may benefit from a full deduction against the federal estate tax. Generally, the federal estate tax applies to the estates of individuals having more than $1,500,000 of assets. The effective marginal tax rates may vary considerably and can be quite larger under certain circumstances. A testamentary gift to a tax-qualified charity such as the Academic Scholarship Council can reduce or even eliminate federal death tax.
Split Gifts - More sophisticated techniques are available to donors who wish to combine both types of tax deductions (i.e., income and estate taxes) through what are known as "split interest" charitable gifts. A charitable remainder trust, for example, allows a donor to transfer cash or property to a trust for a term of years or for life, retaining the right to the income produced from the trust for that interval, after which time the trust principal passes to the charity. If properly structured, the trust affords the donor an income tax deduction at the time the initial transfer is made and removes the value of the trust principal from the donor's estate for death tax purposes.
A charitable lead trust, on the other hand, reverses the process by directing the income produced by the trust to the charity and, after the designated interval, returns the trust principal to the donor or the donor's family or other designated recipients.
Smoking Cessation Plans (Services available to students and the general public)
Dameron offers a program for smoking cessation, which is free of charge, but a $10.00 voluntary donation to the American Cancer Society is requested since they provide the classroom materials to Dameron. The program consists of 5 one-hour classes taught by a pharmacist and is a type of support group for smokers. Most insurance will cover the prescriptions for patches, Zyban, etc. which may be prescribed, including Medi-Cal.
Other Resources for Smoking Cessation:
San Joaquin General Hospital, (209) 468-7200
Evergreen Personal Improvement Center, (209) 472-0722
American Heart Association, (209) 477-2683
American Cancer Society, (209) 941-2676
American Lung Association, (209) 478-1888
St. Joseph's Hospital does not have a smoking cessation program but recommended the resources listed above.and CD's.
Student Activities Programs & Services
For assistance with most academic subjects, students may obtain tutoring services free of charge, up to three hours per week per course. Students interested in serving as tutors should also contact the Tutor Center.
Veterans of the armed forces may qualify for a variety of benefits, including veterans educational benefits and financial aid. The office of Financial Aid and Veterans Services provides informational materials, advice on available educational benefits for veterans and qualifying veterans' dependents, and guidance on the special satisfactory academic progress requirements for veterans. Students wishing to apply for veterans educational benefits must apply directly through the office of Financial Aid and Veterans Services by calling or visiting during office hours.
Voter registration materials are available for students who wish to register to vote in the following offices: Admissions and Records, Financial Aid and Veterans Services, Student Activities, Campus Bookstore, Guidance and Counseling, and Business Services.
Students may receive help in writing assignments for other courses or take a two-unit writing course in the writing lab. Appointments are necessary.