Public Safety Policies and Crime Statistics:
The information contained in this document was prepared under the guidelines established by 20 United States Code, section 1092(f), known as the “Jeanne Clery, Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act,” (The Clery Act) and the Code of Federal Regulations.
If you need more information about security policies and safety at SCC, please contact the Public Safety Office using one of the following methods.For general concerns you can call or email the Dispatch desk 24 hours a day at: (480) 423-6175
On behalf of the men and women of the Maricopa Community Colleges Department of Public Safety, it is my pleasure to welcome you to Scottsdale Community College.
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The Health Sciences Building houses the school’s Nursing program. A $4.25 million renovation project to the building was completed in 2013. The new Nursing building doubled the physical space of the program and added a 90-seat lecture hall and 60-seat flexible-space classroom. Other important features include a 10-bed lab, modeled after actual clinical settings, and five medical simulation rooms, with a high-tech control room for monitoring activity during simulations.
Besides required training, what other development opportunities are available to you? Plenty! From technical training on computer applications, to wellness, to supervisory development, to career development, to productivity, to leadership, you have many options.
Education is not just for students!
Your opportunities come in many forms – district offerings, credit & non-credit courses, campus offerings, and more! What interests you?
The district requires certain acknowledgements and disclosures and mandatory trainings. Some apply to all employees and some apply just to certain jobs or employee groups. Be sure you know which apply to you and set a timeline for completing them.
Policies, Procedures, Rules, Regulations:
Are there a lot of them?
Yes! Public employees are stewards of the district’s programs, services, resources, and finances. Stewardship means you are entrusted with representing MCCCD in general and SCC specifically. Below are links to key resources. Be sure you discuss with your supervisor the policies and procedures that are especially relevant to your job.
Resources for SCC Employees.
Visit the HR Toolbox.
It takes a lot of different computer applications to provide programs and services to staff, students, and faculty. You'll hear lots of acronyms. Review these commonly used terms for a quick reference of SCC computer systems. Please refer to the SCC Knowledgebase for answers to software questions or the SCC HelpDesk for assistance with technology related issues.