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San Diego 2-1-1


2-1-1 San Diego - Website 
  • Food and Housing Assistance
  • Cal-Fresh and Medi-Cal Application Enrollment Services
  • Disaster Support Services


Academic / Canvas


Academic / Support



Chat with a librarian, LUCI Library Tutorial, access electronic databases and streaming video


Online Textbooks
Select textbook publishers provide free access to some titles throVitalSource Bookshelf 

Download the app
To receive access you must use your student email address
Check out the list of participating publishers

Get help with your student email


Borrow Equipment
Do you need to borrow calculators, hotspots, laptops or Chromebooks? 

Request these materials and more


Tutoring Center 

Free online tutoring




Free/Low-Cost Internet


Discount Internet Services


Mobile Internet Service: California Connects 

($19.99/month) supported by Sprint and brought to you by the Foundation for California Community Colleges


Federal Communications Commission (FCC) LifeLine program for discount wireless phone service and/or broadband service



Discount Hardware/Software, a service supported by the Foundation for California Community Colleges


Student Services


Admissions & Records 

Frequently Asked Questions
International Student FAQs


Counseling Services



Accessibility Resource Center

(leave a voice mail message that will be returned by the appropriate contact)


Career Center

Get help choosing a major, making career decisions, developing an educational plan to meet your career goals and prepare you for employment.


 Guardian Scholars

Services for former foster youth


Contact Info:


Diana Barajas
Financial Aid Program Specialist & Guardian Scholars Co-Coordinator,


Brian Woolsey
Counselor & Guardian Scholars Co-Coordinator 



Foster Youth Services


Contact Info:


Sam Rigby

Program Specialist


Brian Woolsey

Counselor & Coordinator


Ava Gill



Diana Barajas

Financial Aid Program Specialist


Transfer Center

Schedule an appointment

General Assistance



Veterans Resource Center

Schedule an appointment


General Assistance:


Financial Aid 

Students are encouraged to set up BankMobile online to receive disbursements electronically



Student Equity & Achievement
Emergency grants for students in need 


Frequently Asked Questions


Mental Health Services 

Distance consultations available



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Help Desk
Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday - Friday
Phone: 619-644-7742


CCCConfer/CCC Zoom


Hours: 7 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday
Real-time assistance: 1-760-744-1150 ext. 1537, 1543
After-hours assistance:
User Guides
(for use outside of Canvas)


 Email Help

(web access)

Online User Guide







Workday Training 
(requires District log-in)



User Guide

Professional Development



Vision Resource Center - CCCCO Profesional Development

Access to:

  • Communities, including COVID-19
  • LinkedIn Learning (formerly
  • Webinars on state initiatives (Guided Pathways, AB 705, etc.)


 CCC Accessibility Center

California Community College


 California Virtual Campus

 CCCCO Online Education Initiative



California Community Colleges' Success Network




In San Diego County information about community organizations and vital data and information related to the regional, state and national response to COVID-19 are centralized at 211 San Diego. 


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Coping in Crisis


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention acknowledge that this outbreak is stressful. You may need help coping, and there are many resources available to support you at this time. 

The California Youth Crisis line runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week: 800-843-5200. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides confidential assistance to anyone in crisis and their loved ones through a live chat and free 24-hour hotline at 800-273-8255. You can also text the Crisis Text Line at 741741. 


If you feel unsafe at home, help is available through the National Domestic Violence Hotline. Text LOVEIS to 22522 for 24/7 help in English or Spanish. If you can't call, visit to get immediate help with the 24/7 "Chat Now" feature. You are not alone.





California’s Employment Development Department maintains a list of resources that people can receive while going through the unemployment process. La página también está disponible en español

Undocumented individuals with a valid SSN may apply for unemployment. There are also a number of resources available to you under federal and California law


If you have lost your job and don't have an SSN, the state is now accepting applications for the Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants (DRAI). To apply for DRAI benefits, you must call Jewish Family Services of San Diego at 858-206-8281 (San Diego County) or 760-206-3242 (Imperial County); Jewish Family Services of San Diego is the designated nonprofit providing application services in San Diego and Imperial counties.


Additionally, One Fair Wage assists tipped workers and service workers ineligible for unemployment insurance either due to their immigration status or their hours and/or longevity at the restaurant are not enough to qualify them for unemployment insurance.  



Health Care Options


Lost your job due to the coronavirus? Here are your health care options in California.

Anyone uninsured and eligible to enroll in health care coverage through Covered California can sign up through the end of June.


In California, you have the right to medical care regardless of your immigration status. There are a number of organizations that can assist:


Food Distribution



Utilities Assistance


  • SDG&E
    Payment assistance programs
  • Cox
    Help troubleshooting your wi-fi connection.
  • Internet Essentials
    Low-Cost Computers & Internet Access

Many companies and organizations are offering access to free and/or low-cost wifi. Additionally, your cell phone access provider may have a plan to waive fees for data usage.