ARC Student Resources
On Campus Workshops and Programs of Interest
Expand your college experience by attending these programs on various topics of interest. Ask your teachers about possibly earning extra credit by attending a College Hour event! Everyone is welcome! View the current schedule here Or view them on YouTube here
Time Management Workshops:
Do you struggle with juggling many things each semester? This workshop will help you with identifying time commitments, assessing needed study times, prioritizing class assignments and tasks, and how to create a workable schedule. Bring a syllabus from at least one of your courses to this workshop. All students are welcome! Contact the R.A.D. program for workshop information
Not good with computers??
Computer Skills Drop-ins: Printable Flyer
Need help with your online course on the D2L system or any other class assignment using computer programs that you don't understand?? LRC Computer Lab staff are available to assist you and answer your questions related to D2L, Internet usage, Word documents/formatting, email/attachments, Power Point creation, and others. Drop-ins are designed for students not familiar or not comfortable with basic computer functions and/or software in order to complete homework assignments or related academic work. Stop by the LRC and ask for a lab assistant and get help! Lab staff are available during our regular business hours in the LRC Computer Lab.
Need Tech Support??
Come by the Student Tech Center at LRC 117: Printable Flyer or the website
The Student Tech Center is available to ARC enrolled students seeking technical support with accessing online campus resources or Los Rios District services and programs. Stop by the LRC and get help!
ARC Campus Resources for Students
Student Conduct - American River College promotes a learning community of academic integrity and personal dignity. As an Institution of Higher Education ARC is committed to the free exchange of ideas, respect for the contributions and dignity of every person. ARC strives to create a learning environment that celebrates diversity, fosters academic achievement and personal responsibility.
Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSPS) - The purpose of DSPS is to provide an equal opportunity for students to gain the maximum benefit from their educational experiences. The philosophy of DSPS is to encourage independence and personal empowerment. Specialized services and academic accommodations are provided to meet the individual needs of students with disabilities to help them achieve successful completion of their college goals.
HCD Courses - Human Career Development (HCD) courses such as HCD 111: College Discovery Program, HCD 115: Orientation to College, HCD 122: Study Skills, HCD 310: College Success and others are available to help you understand what to expect and what is expected of you in college or to help you identify and match your skills, interests and personality to different career options.
Natomas Center LRC - The Natomas Center is an ARC center located at 2421 Del Paso Rd., Sacramento, CA 95835 (next to Inderkum High School) and provides additional tutoring services.
Science Success Center - The Science Skills Center offers individualized instruction in reading and study skills geared to support students' efforts in various science classes.
Veteran's Information Center - The Veterans Information Center provides on campus support and specializes in addressing the needs and concerns of veteran students who are making the transition back to school or who are entering college for the first time.
ADDITIONAL STUDY SKILLS RESOURCES