Cosmetology professor Kim Czerwonka, in grey, takes her class on a school tour, passing by Seeds@City toward the Learning Resource Center, Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2024. Photo by Susana Serrano/City Times Media
Cosmetology professor Kim Czerwonka, in grey, takes her class on a school tour, passing by Seeds@City toward the Learning Resource Center, Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2024. Photo by Susana Serrano/City Times Media

5 resources to help you spring into new semester at City College

Getting online, finding food on the list of what you need to know in the semester’s first week

As the spring semester kicks off, some students at San Diego City College may be stepping onto campus for the first time.

Whether you are new or returning, here is some helpful information to help you get acquainted with school.

Parking free through Feb. 12

San Diego City College Campus Police will not be enforcing parking permits in student spots until Feb 12 according to the district’s website.

Students can purchase a parking permit through their SDCCD MyPortal or in person at the Accounting Office in the A building.

Hungry? City offers range of food options

Knights Pantry Updated Hours

The Knights Table Food Pantry has free food available and new hours. You can find dry goods such as rice, beans and pasta. There are also frozen lunches and drinks.   

It is located in the L building in the Basic Needs Center.

The Main Cafe and Grill, Knights Cafe, and the Knight Market located in the D building offer freshly made food and ample space for students to work. However, students must come prepared to pay – and do so without cash.

The Knight Cafe, Grill and Market are cashless. Payments can be made at the touch screen kiosks available.

The Market is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Thursday, with the Grill open for the same hours except 10-11 a.m. between breakfast and lunch. The Cafe is open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Don’t wait to start studying

If you need extra help with homework, the Learning Center will open on Monday, Feb. 5. The center is located in the L building in room L-205.

The English Center is open Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in room L-209. Both centers are available to help students in person or online.

The library, also known as the Learning Research Center, is open Monday-Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Free tours are offered from Feb. 5-9.

Get online with City’s new Wi-Fi 

SDCCD-Campus-Connect is City College’s new Wi-Fi network. The new Wi-Fi system will ensure stable and strong connections throughout all the buildings and outdoor areas, according to the San Diego Community College District website.

For help connecting, click here.

Still lost?

Use this campus map to find your way.

Welcome tents will also be available outside the AH/BT buildings, Gorton Quad by the cafeteria, and outside the T building this week, weather permitting.

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