If you need assistance with admissions, educational and career planning, financial aid, public benefits, tutoring, or personal counseling, you will find our professional, friendly and knowledgeable faculty, staff and administrators are here to support you. We invite you to explore all of the support programs we offer. So, as you journey through Skyline College, together we will assist you in achieving your dreams!
The Center for Student Life and Leadership Development is an excellent resource center for students interested in creating or participating in campus events, gaining leadership skills and enhancing their overall education experience through participation in extracurricular activities.
SparkPoint is a one stop financial education and financial coaching service center. Students and other members of the community utilize SparkPoint services and resources to achieve financial stability. Our financial coaches work like personal
The Financial Aid Office and SparkPoint at Skyline College can connect you to financial resources to help pay for health care, food and other living expenses. Please attend a BACC Workshop for more information.
Skyline College offers services to students with learning disabilities, psychological disabilities, and long or short term physical disabilities. Services include but are not limited to: ASL interpreting, registration assistance, extended time on placement tests, lockers, adaptive physical education classes, Assistive Technology classes, note-taking, equipment loans, textbooks and tests/exams in alternate format, and referral services.
Skyline College's Veterans Program assures its students they will receive superb veteran support services, and the encouragement they need to facilitate the transition to college life, while maintaining an environment that espouses respect, high ethical standards and aids student intellectual, personal growth and development and educational success.
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is designed to improve access, retention and completion of educational goals for students who are low income and educationally disadvantaged. EOPS students have the potential to succeed in college but have not been able to realize their potential because of economic and/or educational barriers.
Skyline College’s TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) is a special program designed to help historically disadvantaged students overcome social class and cultural barriers to higher education. Each year, the federally-funded program serves 330 first-generation, low-income students, including students with disabilities. Students who participate in the program must be within their first two years of college, have the realistic goal of graduating with an Associate degree or certificate and transferring to a four-year college or university within a four-year period.
Stop by the Career Services Center and let our professional Career Counselors assist you in creating your personalized career success plan.