Student Life

The Center for Student Life and Leadership Development is an excellent resource center for students who have questions related to campus life at Skyline College or are interested in creating or participating in campus activities. Skyline student life include clubs, speakers, theatrical events, forums, publications, food drives, community outreach, and many other worthwhile and exciting student programs. The Center for Student Life and Leadership Development also serves as the facilitator for the annual Student Recognition and Awards Ceremony and the Commencement Ceremony. For additional information, please go to the Center for Student Life and Leadership Development. www.skylinecollege.edu/centerforstudentlife.

Vending and Space Room Reservations: All student clubs and organizations, off-campus organizations, or vendors who want to facilitate a special event, hold a fundraising event on campus, sell their product, or handout information about their group must make a space reservation at the Center for Student Life and Leadership Development by calling (650) 738-4275. Additional information about event planning and space/room reservations is listed in the Time, Place and Manner Policy in the Student Handbook. Note: Facilities reservations must be made at least 45 (forty five) business days in advance of the event

Vending Complaints and Refunds: All complaints regarding vendor service or malfunctioning vending machines should be reported to the Center for Student Life and Leadership Development. Refunds for lost funds are processed at the Center for Student Life and Leadership Development during regular business hours.

The Center for Student Life and Leadership Development staff have identified the following Student Learning Outcomes for the various services provided by the Center for Student Life and Leadership Development:

  • The ASSC Governing Council will understand the College and District shared governance processes.
  • The ASSC Governing Council and SOCC members will be able to conduct needs assessments, understand event planning policies and procedures, and manage a budget to stage effective events on campus.