SMC Noncredit Counseling & Support Services
Santa Monica College has announced new actions to help limit the spread of the Corona Virus (COVID-19). Effective immediately, all noncredit classes will be offered online only. We realize that this may cause difficulties for some, but we ask for your patience and flexibility during these uncertain times.
Visit this web page for college updates regarding the Corona Virus: SMC Coronavirus Updates
CounselingCounselors are here to help you with your transition to school or work! See a counselor to start your planning now! Counselors can assist you to plan your educational journey whether your dreams are in noncredit ESL, noncredit Career Education, credit, certificate, AA/AS, or your transfer goals! Counselors can also help you prepare for the workforce by offering workshops to help you build your resume, prepare for interviews or find volunteer opportunities!
Although classes will be taught online, you can still make an appointment with a counselor. Counselors will be available over the phone, via email, or video chat.
Registration and Enrollment Questions
Call: the Noncredit Office at 310-434-3399
Email: Noncreditregistration@smc.edu or
Nataly Gonzalez: Gonzalez_nataly@smc.edu
Luis Jauregui: Jauregui_luis@smc.edu
For trouble accessing your SMC canvas account, please contact: StudentITHelp@smc.edu
Stay up to date with us!SMC Noncredit Facebook
Download the SMC Go App: SMC Go App Instructions
SMC Offers a Weekly Food Pantry for students in need, for more information please visit: SMC Food Pantry
SMC Offers Mental Health Resources during these difficult times, for more information please visit: Wellness and Wellbeing at SMC
Job and Career Resources
The City of Santa Monica in collaboration with local community and educational partners has come together to connect local job seekers with local employment opportunities. City of Santa Monica Job Resources
Partnering with Chrysalis, JVS WorkSource, Santa Monica College, Adult Education Center, Hospitality Training Academy and Santa Monica Public Library, the City has assembled online job resources to help Santa Monica residents as they emerge from the pandemic. These community organizations are here to help the community rebound. Resources are grouped into three categories: Employment Preparation/Job Search/Job Retention, Career Training Classes/Programs, and Literacy including Tech Training. Not only are there resources to help residents find jobs but also provide access to free classes and certificate programs to change careers.
SMC College Central Network:
Be the first to learn about new internship, jobs, workshops and events, that will help you network and land your dream job! Emails notifications are sent to students based on the majors they select in their registration, however registration allows access to all opportunities.
JVS West Los Angeles WorkSource Center
SMC Noncredit has partnered with JVS West Los Angeles WorkSource Center to help students receive additional employment assistance.