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​Phone Description​ Location​
Admissions and Records ​(310) 434-4380 ​Provides assistance with enrollment and residency issues ​Admissions Complex
Assessment Center
(​310) 434-8040 ​Offers assessment tests in English, ESL, math and chemistry designed to evaluate the skill levels in these subject areas ​Liberal Arts 109
Associated Students (310) 434-​4250 ​Offers Student Government and Leadership opportunities ​Cayton Center 202
Athletics (310) 434-​4310 ​Offers a number of intercollegiate sports teams ​Gym 202
Bookstore (310) 434-​4258 ​Sells textbooks, SMC gear and supplies ​Main Campus
Campus Police
(310) 434-​4300 ​Provides law enforcement, crime prevention, investigation, security, parking and traffic control services. ​1718 Pearl Street
Career Services Center (310) 434-4337 ​Provides career counseling, college major selection, resume writing tips, and internship opportunities ​Counseling Village
Child Care Services
(310) 434-8526 ​Provides child care services for SMC students with children ​Liberal Arts 219
Disability Programs and Services
(310) 434-4265 ​Offers services such as tutoring, specialized equipment, test proctoring, among many other accommodations for students who are eligible. ​Next to Admissions
Financial Aid Office (310) 434-4343 Helps students achieve their educational objectives through the administration of federal, state, and institutional aid programs. ​Admissions Complex behind the Coffee Spot
Health Services Center (310) 434-4262 ​Provides primary health care services to currently enrolled students Northeast corner of the Cayton Center Complex
​Library (310) 434-4334 ​Dedicated to meeting the teaching and learning needs of the College ​Main Campus
​Ombudsperson (310) 434-3986 ​Acts as a listening ear, conciliator, mediator, and resource for students with problems involving faculty, administrators, and other issues ​Letters and Science  124
Psychological Services
(310) 434-4503 ​Provides a broad range of services, including brief individual counseling, crisis intervention, and referral services, to enhance the personal well-being and the psycho-social development of students ​Liberal Arts 110
Scholarship Office (310) 434-4290 ​Administers the SMC Foundation's annual Scholarship Program and processes off-campus scholarships, and provides information about scholarship opportunities from outside sources ​1738 Pearl Street
Student Clubs (310) 434- ​SMC is home to more than 60 student clubs ​Cayton Center 202
​Student Employment (On Campus) (310) 434-4343 ​Students can work at SMC as a part-time student helper or can secure a federal work study job Financial Aid Office
Transfer/Counseling Center
(310) 434-4210 ​Provides academic counseling for continuing students with more than 30 units ​Counseling Complex
Transcript Information (310) 434-4380 ​Provides process for ordering an official transcript Admissions Office
​Tutoring Various - check website for all phone numbers ​SMC offers free tutoring services to all enrolled students. These services are designed to improve student success and include both individual and small group tutoring Check website for locations
​Veterans Resource Center
(310) 434-8205 ​Acts as a liaison with the Veterans Administration verifying enrollment for students claiming benefits under the G.I. Bill or the Veterans’ Vocational Rehabilitation Program ​Liberal Arts 135
Welcome Center (310) 434-8101 Provides academic counseling for new students with less than 30 units ​Cayton Center 110