City College Student Affairs offers study breaks

EOPS deadline coming and telemedicine appointments available


Study breaks will be available online through May. Canva image

Candise Berry and Braydon Griffith

The San Diego City College Office of Student Affairs will continue hosting a series of virtual study break activities through May on Zoom. 

Game lovers can attend today’s Bingo event. It runs from noon to 12:30 p.m. here.

Upcoming events will feature activities that include trivia, dance and storytelling. Many events are child-friendly, such as storytelling in Spanish and learning dance tutorials.

For a schedule of events, click here.

Deadline to apply for EOPS coming

The deadline to apply for San Diego City College programs that offer assistance to students is coming on March 26.

Extended Opportunities Program and Services is a state-funded program to provide eligible students with assistance in transfer guidance, counseling and priority enrollment.

Students may apply to EOPS if they are taking 12 or more college credits, qualify for the Board of Governors Fee Waiver A or B, and are considered to be academically disadvantaged.

Within the EOPS program, there are also two other programs: the NextUp program for former and current foster youth and the CARE program, which aids single parents. 

For more information on how to apply, click here.

Virtual doctor appointments available

In the age of online meetings and appointments, San Diego City College is no exception. The Student Health Clinic is offering free telemedicine appointments.

All students are welcomed to schedule an appointment for any reason. To schedule an appointment, you can call 619-388-3450 or click here.