Resources for SBCC Promise students
Additional resources for students participating in the SBCC Promise are listed below.

Financial Aid
All students participating in the SBCC Promise must apply for financial aid every academic year. The SBCC Financial Aid office offers financial aid advising and they host financial aid application workshops. Visit their website for more information.

Academic Counseling
All students participating in the SBCC Promise must meet with an academic counselor at least once every Fall and Spring semester. You can schedule an appointment with your Primary Academic Counselor using Starfish.

SBCC Bookstore
The SBCC Promise covers required books and required supplies purchased from the SBCC Bookstore. You can place your order, and the SBCC Foundation covers the expenses.

Cashiers Office
The Cashier’s Office assists all students in interpreting their student bill and managing their account balances. You can reach out to this office if you have questions regarding your SBCC billing statement.

Disability Services and Programs for Students (DSPS)
We make an exception to the 12-unit minimum for students who are enrolled in less than 12 units during a Fall or Spring semester with an active Reduced Unit Load (RUL) approved by the SBCC Disability Services and Programs for Students (DSPS).

Transfer Center
The Transfer Center can assist you explore four-year colleges and universities. They can also help you apply for admissions to a four-year college or university.

Center for Equity and Social Justice
The Center for Equity & Social Justice (CESJ) strives to provide a safe and brave space for students of color, women, LGBT+, and other marginalized students on our campus.

Food Pantry
The SBCC Food Pantry is currently offering food distributions open to all SBCC students, staff, faculty, and community members.

is a community and critical resource dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational experiences of African American students.

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services
EOPS is a state-funded, educational support program for financially and academically disadvantaged students enrolled full time (12 or more units) at SBCC. The goal of the EOPS program is to provide above and beyond support services to help students meet their educational goals.

Student Resource Finder
Explore the SBCC Student Resource Finder for additional programs and services at Santa Barbara City College.