Educational Planning Courses
Academic Advising/Counseling – 661-720-2000
ACDV B50 – Reading for Academic Success (3 units)
ACDV B62 – Developing Basic Reading Skill (3 units)
ACDV B65 – Basic Writing Development (2 units)
ACDV B77 – Understanding Basic Math (2 units)
COMS B3 – Computer Concepts/Survival Skills (3 units)
STDV B6 – College Success (2 units)
Financial Aid: Grants, Scholarships and Loans – DST 1001. Please call for appointment: 661-720-2000
More about Financial Aid.
Athletics – 661-395-4266
Student Government Association provides discount cards, campus club info, campus honor society info. 661-395-4355
Office of Student Life provides discount cards, campus club info, campus honor society info. 661-395-4355
Student IDs - Renegade Card
Computer Commons DST Lobby
Open Lab DST 126 (Schedule Posted). 661-720-2068
Vending Machines DST Lobby (Beverages, Snacks, & Pre-Packaged Meals)
Student Assistance – Monthly food distribution, Hygiene Closet, Renegade Closet, etc. 661-395-4355
More about Student Assistance.
Job Placement and Part-time Work – 661-395-4550
Federal Work Study – 661-395-4428
Workability III (job placement for disabled students) – 661-395-4070
Cooperative Work Experience – 661-395-4550
Life Threatening Emergencies – Call 911
Non-Life Threatening Emergencies – Call 661-720-2057 or 661-395-4554
Location: College Safety Office – DST 1006 Next to Admissions & Records office
Disabled Student Services - (661) 720-2000 Room 1001
Provides comprehensive services including counseling, alternate media such as Braille or e-text, test accommodations, equipment loan, assessment for learning disabilities, and sign language interpreters.
FREE Legal Advice (w/ SGA discount card) - (661) 325-3425
Veterans Services – (661) 395-4414
Learning Center - Room 1101
The Learning Center is designed specifically to assist students in developing the skills and confidence needed to succeed in their coursework and in their academic, professional, and personal pursuits. Our services include one-on-one tutoring, group study, helpful handouts and resources, and assistance with learning strategies for becoming a better student.
Writing Center Workshops: A variety of workshops focused on writing fundamentals are offered each semester. Stop by the center or call, 661-720-2019, for a schedule of upcoming workshops.
Library - Room 1102 - 661-720-2015
The Library offers student access to resources in print and online; provides quiet, independent study space; access to a pay-per-print printer and copier; and, is staffed by a Reference Librarian who is available to assist students with academic research. For Library hours and contact information, please go to Library webpages.
Library Workshops: A variety of 60 minute workshops are offered several times each semester. For a description of the workshops as well as the workshop schedule go to Library Workshops
Crisis Counseling – 661-720-2000 or 661-725-4780
Medical and Mental Health Services (Off Campus) – For currently enrolled students
Delano Community Health Center (Clinica Sierra Vista)
Mental Health Services (On Campus) – For an on campus appointment call 661-720-2000
Permits are required on both campus parking lots and any Robert F. Kennedy High School parking lots
Parking Permits: thepermitstore.com
One-day Parking Permit Dispenser: Located across from the College Safety office DST 1006
Barnes & Noble Bookstore – Located in the Admissions & Records office room 1001. School supplies (i.e. ScanTrons, bluebooks, textbooks) can be purchased on campus. Open one week prior to the start of semester and the first two weeks of the semester. 661-720-2008
Textbook buybacks and rental returns available the final week of the semester.
DST Lobby – Once the Bookstore is closed, ScanTrons can be purchased at the Help Desk. 661-720-2068
Calculators – Available for rent at the Admissions & Records office for $10 with confirmation of registration in a BC mathematics course. 661-720-2000