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Additional Resources

Career Services and Transfer Center

Location: Student + Administration Building, Room 227 (SAB 227)
Phone: 510.215.6874 or 510.215.6865

Career Services and Transfer Center can help you discover a rewarding career path, find a job, write your resume, cover letters, and even get ready for interviews. One-on-one advising and assistance, meet with university representatives, attend a workshop, use computer to fill out transfer applications, and participate in campus tours and events.

Veteran Services

Location: Student + Administration Building, Room 111 (SAB 111)
Phone: 510.215.6774

This is the starting point for veterans and veteran dependents to start their educational journey. Staff and veteran peers will guide new veterans and dependents in the next steps to success and supply them with resources. The Veteran Resource Center (VRC) is a place for veterans to study, use a computer, or relax among other veteran peers.

Disability Services

Location: Student Services Center, Room 109 (SSC 109)
Phone: 510.215.3969

Make sure you are fully benefiting and able to participate in college. DSPS provides support services, specialized instruction, and educational accommodations (academic adjustments) to students with disabilities.

Undocumented Student Program

Location: Student + Administration Building, Room 217 (SAB 217)
Phone: 510.215.4882
Email: or

If you would like guidance and assistance on how to use our campus resources, please make an appointment with our Undocumented Dreamers Program.


Location: Library+ Learning Resource Center, Room 121 (LLRC 121)
Phone: 510.215.4898

There are a variety of tutoring solutions-including drop-in tutoring, booked appointments, online access, and peer-led team learning, designed to meet your needs.

Counseling Center

Location: Student Services Center, Room 108 (SSC 108)
Phone: 510.215.3935

Provide students with personal, career, and academic support. We recommend that students meet with a counselor at least twice a semester to check in about your education plan, progress, and get helpful information. Book appointments online, by phone or in person.

Student Clubs

Location: Student + Administration Building, Room 109 (SAB 109)
Phone: 510.215.4796

Current Student Clubs:

  • Associated Student Union:
  • Rainbow Movement Club
  • Hiking Club
  • Chess Club
  • Rockin Comets Dance Club
  • Health and Human Services Club

Learning Communities

When you join a Learning Community, you can expect to build relationships with peers and mentors through a variety of activities that may include course work, special events, field trips, and more.

Current Learning Communities:

Rising Scholars Program

Location: Student + Administration Building, Room 111 (SAB 111)
Phone: 510.215.3871

Have you been involved with the legal system? Contra Costa College knows that starting or continuing your academic journey might have some unique challenges and we want you to know there is support on-campus and in our community to partner with you through your time at CCC. 

RISING SCHOLARS is a  campus support program for formerly incarcerated and systems impacted students and can provide students with 

  • Personalized assistance to guide you through the application process
  • Assist you with making counseling appointments
  • Specialized referrals to both on and off campus resources
  • And Free Success Workshops and a community where you can feel belonging.

To get started with the Rising Scholars reach out to the on campus program manager Demetria Lawrence at 

Communities of Belonging

  • Rainbow Community Center
    Rainbow builds community, equity, and well-being among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning and Intersex (LGBTQIA+) people & our allies.
  • RYSE Center
    Movement led by young people that ensures dignity for youth, their families, and communities.
  • The Latina Center
    The Latina Center aims to improve the health and well-being of our Latino community by providing leadership and personal development opportunities for all Latinos.

Resources for those recently returning from incarceration

Legal Assistance

Legal Assistance Resources are available in Student Life in front of Basic Needs office 112 and Basic Needs Coordinator can help connect to community resources as needed

California Community College Students have access to free immigration legal services. If you need to schedule an appointment for free legal services, don’t hesitate to contact one of the following advocate groups. For more information, visit: Immigration Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA)

  • Schedule an appointment for a free, confidential immigration consultation.
    Available via telephone or Zoom every Monday and Tuesday from 10 am to 3 pm.

Bay Area Legal Aid

  • (510) 250-5720
  • (925) 219-3325

Free civil legal advice, counsel, and representation to low-income people

Fact Sheets: (Links to guides in other languages available here)

Resources for Substance Abuse Support 

Contra Costa Residents can access Alcohol and Other Drugs Services by calling:

  • The Behavioral Health Access Line which provides screenings for treatment & referrals information to the general public. The Behavioral Health Access Line also provides referrals to prevention programs.
    800-846-1652 (Call Toll Free)
  • Calling the Crisis Line at 211 (English and Spanish) for contact information to treatment programs & resources.
  • Treatment Resource Guide Brochure | Spanish is a resouce dedicated to providing evidence-based information about addiction and treatment centers across America. Their goal is to provide access to the largest repository of addiction information and the most accurate listings of treatment centers to help those suffering from chemical dependence. Our core values are transparency, community and neutrality.