Free Drive-Up Wi-Fi Now Available for SMCCCD Students

The San Mateo County Community College District now offers free Wi-Fi access for students at all three campuses. The new “Drive-Up Wi-Fi” service allows students to park in a specially designated parking lot on the campus of their choice, where they can access Wi-Fi to attend online classes or do schoolwork. The program was made […]

Review the Draft District ADA Plan

SMCCCD has assembled a draft ADA Plan that is ready for review and comment by our District community and the public. The draft ADA plan covers all three campuses and the District Office.

STUDENTS: What to Do in Case of Power Shutoffs

PG&E may do Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) this week. Here is what students should do if you lose power. Online classes will continue as scheduled, as long as your instructor has power, but you should have a plan for how to reach your instructor if you lose power. Your instructor will make arrangements for […]

COVID-19 Grading and Refund Information for Fall 2020 Courses

STUDENT INSTRUCTIONSFor all COVID-19 refundable drop and withdrawal dates, please refer to your WebSMART under Class Schedule Summary.  The following outlines what these dates include in terms of fee refunds and grading: Last Refund: Drop with a full refund including material, health services fees. Withdrawal/End Date: Refund Enrollment Fee and Non-Resident tuition through the last […]

COVID-19 Grading and Refund Information for Spring 2021 Courses

STUDENT INSTRUCTIONSFor all COVID-19 refundable drop and withdrawal dates, please refer to your WebSMART under Class Schedule Summary.  The following outlines what these dates include in terms of fee refunds and grading: Last Refund: Drop with a full refund including material, health services fees. Withdrawal/End Date: Refund Enrollment Fee and Non-Resident tuition through the last […]

San Mateo County Community College District Food Insecurity Program Expands to Skyline College

The San Mateo County Community College District Emergency Food Distribution has added a second location at Skyline College to its weekly services. The CSM food distribution has served more than 19,000 families since it began on April 3. With Second Harvest locations in the Bay Area running at full capacity, there was a need for additional locations. Skyline College’s SparkPoint Center partnered with Second Harvest to establish the new program.