South College has several different publications distributed throughout the academic year. All college publications are approved through the office of the Executive Vice President and Provost.
The South College Catalog is an information book and reference guide addressing most aspects of the college. It is published annually and includes a listing and description of all courses offered by the college.
During orientation, a Student Handbook is distributed to each new student. The handbook contains the South College Academic Honor Code and the Student Conduct Standards and Regulations, as well as helpful information about a variety of topics. Copies are available in the Student Activities Coordinator’s, Dean of Student Services’, and the Executive Vice President and Provost’s offices.
A President’s List and a Dean’s List are published at the end of each quarter. These lists contain the name of all eligible students.
At graduation each year, the Commencement Bulletin contains the name, degree/certificate to be awarded, and major field of study of all graduates.
A monthly newsletter, the Southern Digest, provides members of the South College community with information relating to campus news, upcoming activities, and student organization updates. This newsletter is developed by the Student Activities Coordinator. The newsletter is posted on the Student Portal under the Student Services tab.
Expressions, the student literary magazine, is a collection of student writing and is published once each year.
A South College Directory, if published, contains the following information for each student: (1) name, (2) local address, (3) local telephone number, (4) permanent address, (5) permanent telephone number, (6) major field of study, (7) classification, (8) dates of enrollment, and (9) degrees and awards received. The information in the Directory, President’s and Dean’s Lists, Southern Digest, and Commencement Bulletin is considered public information and is released without the written approval of the student. Additional items that are classified as directory information and that may be released without the written approval of students include: dates of attendance, date and place of birth, participation in officially recognized activities, the most recent previous education al institution attended by the student, and enrollment status (undergraduate, graduate, full-time, part-time). Students who do not want their directory information released must give written notice to the Registrar prior to the first day of classes for the fall, winter, spring, and summer quarter directories.
South College's West campus Auditorium will be the site of a town hall meeting on Thursday, April 17th, to discuss the problem of bullying.