Faculty and Staff Resources
Welcome to the Canyon Country Campus (CCC). Please note the following resources to
help support your work and instruction. Thank you for all you do to help our campus
and students thrive!
Spring 2024 Welcome Letter
Student Service & Learning Resources Center (CCSS)
Library & TLC
Faculty Drop-In and Office Space
Bus Schedule for Students
Evening Campus Escort Service
Mailboxes are located in CCSS-335, along with our main Switchboard. If you teach only
at the Canyon Country Campus this semester, your mailbox will be here. If you teach
at both the Valencia and Canyon Country Campuses, your mailbox will be at the Valencia
Campus. For mailbox questions, please call x3831. A scantron machine is also available
at the Communication Center for faculty use.
All exterior door locks have been upgraded by Facilities. If you have a gray FOB key
from the Valencia Campus, it has been programmed to unlock your classroom door(s)
at the Canyon Country Campus. You will need the smaller round black FOB if you teach
in either the Science Center or the Student Services Center. If your FOB key does
not work, contact the Communication Center at x3831 or stop by CCSS-335. If you have
not been issued a gray or black FOB key, one has been ordered for you. You may pick
up your key at the Communication Center, CCSS-335. Please call the Communication Center
at x3831 for assistance.
Reprographic services are located in CCSS-336. A menu of available services is located
at the counter. To send an electronic copy request to Reprographics, email email@example.com.
Please make sure to include the number of copies needed as well as any finishing requests
in the body of the email to expedite processing. Allow at least one business day for
print jobs to be completed. Also, please stop by to use our new self-service copier,
open specified hours M-Th, as needed. Contact the office at x3831 for details.
If you need technical support using your smart classroom technology, please call x3533
from any classroom phone for assistance. Wi-Di capable projectors are available in
most classrooms, allowing you to wirelessly pair your device to the overhead display.
Also note, cell phone call and data features are enhanced by the extensive Wi-Fi network
on campus. To make/receive calls and texts on campus simply enable “Wi-Fi calling”
on your phone (supported by most carriers) and connect to the wireless network (Canyons-Student,
Canyons-Employee, or Canyons_Guest). Call x3533 for assistance. Call x3533 for assistance.
Students have several printing options on campus. ASG Computer Lab (Quad-1B) allows
80 pages (50 if color) of free printing with paid Student Support Fee. TLC, Library,
and second floor lobby of the Student Services & Learning Resources Center allow printing
with a credit card.
Computer Support offers iPads, microphones, laptops, projector carts, and other equipment
for faculty to check-out. Please contact Computer Support at x3533 or helpdesk.canyons.edu.
Please visit the new Student Services & Learning Resources Center and familiarize
yourself with the many student support services available to our students! Services
offered and operating hours can be found at Canyon Country Campus Service Hours. For
assistance with adds/drops, grade changes, and other student support, visit Admissions
and Records on Floor 2 (x3819), Counseling on Floor 1 (x3811) and Financial Aid on
Floor 2 (x3215). You may also wish to highlight campus services for your students
at the beginning of the semester or include them in your syllabus.
The ASG Computer Lab is located in Quad 1-B and offers a study area for students and
also a fax machine, copy machine and scanners. Free use of 13 PC computers and 2
Mac computers plus free printing available; 80 back and white and 50 color pages weekly.
Campus Life is located in Quad 1-A and offers free student Id's and badges. Students
may also purchase blue books, scantrons, discount movie tickets/theme park tickets,
and discounted dash passes and bus passes.
The new Library is located in CCSS-314, and provides access to computers, printing
and scanning services, course textbooks on reserve, and a diverse collection of physical
books and electronic research resources. The Library is fast becoming a popular spot
for students, offering comfortable seating, group study rooms, and space for research
or leisure reading.
The new TLC is located in CCSS-315, and includes study space, group study rooms, and test proctoring. The TLC provides tutoring, including math, English, computer, and other subjects free to students. Students may also complete supplemental learning activities at the TLC. This expanded and beautiful space is a wonderful resource on campus.
Vending food/drink options are also available in the Science Center third floor, the
Student Services & Learning Resources Center third floor, Quads 3 and 7, with additional
beverage machines in Quad1 and 5. The BaNC (Quad 1A) offers free snacks for students
School supplies such as Bluebooks, Scantrons, paper, pens and pencils are avaialbe
in vending machines on the third floor of the Student Serivces & Learning Resources
Center, outside CCC-301, and CCC-700. The Bookstore is also expected to offer limited
services and distribution for students at CCC at the beginning of Fall 2024.
Offices for full-time faculty members may be available in CCC-512, 700, and the Science
Center. Please contact the Academic Senate or your department chair for current info.
Drop-in cubicles are also located in CCC-204, 507, 700, the Science Center, and a
forthcoming computer lab in CCSS-403. Please provide your office hours at CCC (if
applicable) to the Communication Center so that they can best direct students. Also
note that CCC-507, CCC-204, and the third floor Science Center have a refrigerator,
microwave, and printer. CCC-507 also has a round table for meeting with students,
and group study rooms in the Science Center are also available.
The Campus Safety office is located in CCC-511. Campus Safety can be reached at x3977
or (661) 666-8738 (cell phone). Dial “6” from any classroom phone in the event of
an emergency to reach the Communication Center on a priority line. Emergency procedure
and evacuation information is posted in each classroom, with additional info found
in the Emergency Operation Plan (EOP): https://www.canyons.edu/studentservices/campussafety/emergency
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with Emergency Preparedness materials and the
student guide to emergencies: www.canyons.edu/administration/pio/prepare.php. Additional info, such as evacuation procedures, is posted in each classroom near
the door. Please notify us if any of these materials are missing. In the event of
a campus emergency, text, phone, email, and/or instructor workstation messages will
be sent to students and faculty through our emergency notification system. In addition,
each classroom will have an emergency supplies bin, and most semesters, an emergency
drill will be conducted consisting of an evacuation or a lockdown scenario. A planned
collegewide emergency drill is also scheduled for Tuesday, March 12th in both morning
and evening timeslots, with additional information to be sent in advance.
The Santa Clarita Transit picks up and drops off on campus across the road from CCC4-400 (designated bus stop). The campus is served by Route 5. Check the schedule at www.santaclaritatransit.com/2021/12/16/route-5-and-routes-501-502-schedule-changes for the most accurate information.
Campus Escort cart service is generally available Monday - Thursday from 6:00pm to
10:00pm. Campus escorts pick up/drop off at various location on the campus and in
the parking lots. Dial x3977 or x3831 for details.
A list of upcoming evnets is posted at www.canyons.edu/canyoncountry including the ongoing "Science Talks" series. If you are interested in learning more, or serving as a future presenter, please contact us. Campus administration will also hold mutliple open office hours this semester or contact Jamie Page at x3802 to request a specific time. Have a wonderful semester!