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Additional Counseling & Support Services

​​​​​​​​​SCC offers incredible Counseling and Support Services in various areas across campus, serving a wide array of special population students in attaining their education goals!

Click below to learn more. 



Santiago Canyon College recognizes and celebrates the beauty and diversity in our great community. Together, we work to ensure that all students have access and support as they continue their education and make a better life for themselves and their families. We want our AB 540-eligible students, our Dreamers and undocumented students to know that we stand with you, and will support your efforts 100% at all times.

For more information, visit SCC's AB 540 / Undocumented Student Resources website​.

​​CAMP is the College Assistance Migrant program offered at Santiago Canyon College (SCC) for freshmen students from migrant and seasonal farm working backgrounds. CAMP is a federally funded program designed to increase the number of migrant students at SCC and assist them in their first year of college.

CAMP was created to support students in making the best of their academic career and educational goals. Eligible students receive a variety of services, which include academic assistance, career planning services, and educational support. 

For more information, please visit the CAMP website​.

​​For more information, visit the DSPS website​

​​A non-paid internship is designed to provide the opportunity to observe and participate in the day-to-day assignments of faculty counselors at Santiago Canyon College and fulfill internship or practicum requirements for a Master’s Degree. 

*Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and campus closure, the SCC Graduate Student Internship Program is not currently accepting new intern candidates.*

For more information, please visit the Graduate Student Internship Program website​

​​​​What are the benefits to students taking Honors classes?

There are many benefits to you as a student in the Honors Program:​
  • Smaller classes
  • More one-on-one interaction with your professors and peers
  • An enriched environment that allows for student-directed activities and discussions, guest speakers, field trips and more professors who are committed to innovative teaching styles and strategies
  • A learning community of students who share a curiosity and an analytical approach to education
  • Designation on your transcript of honors courses

For more information, please visit the Honors Program website​.

​​The Pathways to Teaching Program (PTTP) at Santiago Canyon College is designed to promote education to high school and community college students interested in teaching. The program is dedicated to motivating SCC students to successfully transfer to a university in preparation of obtaining a teaching credential.

For more information, please visit the Pathways to Teaching website​.

​​​​​​​​​​Student Support Services TRIO (SSS-TRIO) serves 140 students at Santiago Canyon College (see Program Eligibility). We provide holistic and comprehensive services in order to help students successfully reach their academic goals. Our mission is to increase college retention, graduation rates, and help students make the transition from one level of higher education to the next.​​​​

For more information, please visit the SSS-TRiO website​.

​SCC offers incredible academic and support programs for students pursuing majors/degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).  ​

​For more information, please visit SCC's STEM website​​.

The Veterans Service Office (VSO) was created to assist veteran students as they transition from military life to student life. Veterans, Active Duty, Reservists, and their dependents/spouses are provided access to their VA education benefits to assist them with successfully meeting their educational goals.

For more information, please visit the Veterans Service Office website​. ​


Hours of Operation
Monday through Thursday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

SCC, D Building, Room D-106

Contact the SCC Counseling Center
(714) 628-4800