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  • September 8, 2021

Print our “Back to School Cheat Sheet” zine

Our back to school cheat sheet is here! Find a copy on campus or print the below PDF on one

Rental assistance now available for Santa Ana residents

Individuals in Santa Ana who owe back rent or are at risk of homelessness may now be eligible for a

  • News
  • April 17, 2021

SAC Offers Free Drive-Up Wifi For Students

Santa Ana College has opened its parking lot to students as a free drive-up WiFi hotspot.  Currently enrolled students can

Santa Ana College to Hold Graduation at Angel Stadium

Updated on: 4/21/21 Santa Ana College (SAC) has decided to have an in-person graduation ceremony at Angel Stadium at the

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Vaccines Coming to All California Adults in April

Beginning April 1 all California residents over the age of 50 will become eligible for COVID 19 vaccinations, after that

Nurse walking back to POD station at SAC/ Image By: Julian Reynoso

¿Cómo sabes si eres elegible para la vacuna del Covid-19?

Los residentes del Condado de Orange podrían recibir la vacuna del Covid-19 si están dentro de las fases elegibles, y

Nurse walking back to POD station at SAC/ Image By: Julian Reynoso

How To Find Out If You’re Eligible For a Covid-19 Vaccine

Orange County Residents can receive the Covid-19 Vaccine if they are within eligible phases and between age 16-64 with high-risk

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Vaccines Will Be Allocated to California’s Low-Income Communites

Governor Newsom confirmed earlier this month that going forward 40% of California’s vaccines will be allocated to low-income communities across

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  • News
  • March 17, 2021

Gr8 Weeks Return This April

The eight-week semester allows students to complete their courses in half the standard semester, but it still requires the same

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Third Round of Stimulus Checks Approved by Congress

The House of Representatives has approved $1,400 relief checks as part of a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill passed Wednesday