Reflecting the values of Civic Responsibility & Global Engagement in Maricopa Community Colleges’ Mission Statement, Scottsdale Community College’s Center for Civic & Global Engagement creates quality programs and services that provide our students and employees with curricular and co-curricular opportunities that increase civic engagement and enhance global awareness. Our Center provides these resources to help our students become:
SCC’s Global Engagement initiatives include welcoming International Students to our campus, encouraging Study Abroad, hosting the Community College Initiative program, participating in the Maricopa Global Leadership Retreat, and so much more!
Whether you are interested in joining one of our many Clubs and Organizations, developing skills through the Council of Student Leaders, participating in some of our campus Events, the Center for Civic & Global Engagement provides many student resources and leadership opportunities for our diverse array of students.
Check out our list of resources below and see if there is something that fits for you!
While SCC does not have on-campus housing, we can refer you to a number of different housing options. In addition, a bulletin board in the Student Center's Cafeteria hallway has postings by students and community members looking for housing or roommates. These 30-day postings must be stamped in the Center for Civic & Global Engagement Office. Please note that SCC does not sponsor or endorse any particular apartment complex or housing locating service. It is advisable that students personally inspect any accommodations or request references before entering into housing arrangements. Check out this website for helpful tips when you begin to look for housing.
Apartments and Houses for Rent
American Homestay Network
Collegiate Housing Services
Universal Student Housing
Roommate Search Services
Phone, FAX & More!
FREE to students is the use of a phone for local calls and a FAX machine for school-related needs. Local calls must be kept to a maximum of five (5) minutes and faxes can be no more than eight (8) pages.
Student ID cards
Student ID Cards are available to students beginning one (1) week prior to your first day of class. Come by the Center for Civic & Global Engagement with a picture ID and your Student ID Number. Classes must be paid for or you must be registered through Financial Aid or the Payment Plan. Your first ID card is FREE. Replacement cards are $5. Please pay in the Cashier's office and then bring your receipt to CCGE to obtain your replacement card.