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Palomar College Learning For Success

Office of Student Affairs

San Marcos Campus

Hours of Operation:

    Monday – Thursday                   8:30am- 4:45pm

             Friday                   CLOSED

 

Our office will be closed briefly from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm on December 12 

 

The Anita & Stan Maag Food & Nutrition Center is now open! Click here for more info.

 

Our office will be open December 17, 18, and 19. Please visit SU-201 if you need food assistance during these days.

The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) holds the key to enhancing your college experience. It is the one-stop center for activity on campus.  We host many campus-wide events and activities adding to the student benefit of enrolling at Palomar College. We want your experience at Palomar to be full of support both inside and outside the classroom.

The OSA oversees the two Student Union (SU) buildings, where you will find the Student Computer Lab (SU-28), the Success, Equity, Advocacy, Leadership (SEAL) Center rooms (SU-19), the Diversity Center (SU-204), the Student Activities Office (SU-202) and the offices of the Associated Student Government (SU-102 & 104). Leadership training and workshops are offered throughout the year, enabling students to become outstanding leaders.

ACTIVITY CARD – We offer students an Activity Card that comes with many FREE benefits. The card costs $15.00 and can be purchased on your MyPalomar (e-services) account online or at the Cashier’s Office. Students who are registered with the Disability Resource Center, Foster Youth, EOPS, TRIO, FYE & Veteran Services can request ‘coupon cards’ for a FREE Activity Card.

Once you have paid for your card or received a coupon card, swing by SU-202 to get your photo taken and receive your card. This card offers your FREE benefits such as free printing in the Student Computer Lab, free scantrons and bluebooks, discounted movie theater tickets and more!

GET INVOLVED! As students, you have the opportunity to step forward and become active in a club/organization. These opportunities help you connect more closely with Palomar College, build your leadership skills, help develop your budgeting skills, enhance management abilities, and allow you to participate in campus-wide decisions. Even more than that, you will have the opportunity to foster friendships in a diverse environment.

HAVE A CONCERN? The Office of Student Affairs manages most student complaints, grievances, and disciplinary actions.  If you have a problem on campus, other than a grade dispute, stop by the OSA for information about to work towards a solution.  We are here to help you have the best experience you can!

Remember to SEE WHAT IS HAPPENING ON CAMPUS, JUST DROP BY THE OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS (SU-201) OR FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @Palomar_Student_Affairs. We are here for YOU!