Student Resource and Support Network

Helpful Information

Click here to access the digital catalog with new and exciting features:

  • Students can view class section offerings in Self-Service with a direct link from the department section of the catalog

  • There are direct links to Career Academic Pathways and departments

  • Program maps for certificates of achievement and noncredit certificates are now on department pages In the catalog! Career and Academic Pathways and degree maps are on the Academic Counseling page

  • The catalog is responsive and can be viewed on mobile devices, including cell phones

Watsonville students: get your student ID card, bus pass, and parking permit in the Student Resource Center (SRC).
Aptos students: get your student ID card, bus pass, and parking permit in the Welcome Center.

Cabrillo student ID cards with a current semester sticker are also a bus pass valid seven days a week, providing Santa Cruz Metro bus service throughout Santa Cruz County with transfers to Monterey-Salinas Transit. Students simply show their Cabrillo ID card with a current semester sticker to ride the bus.

Note: both the Watsonville A&R/Fin Aid office and the Aptos Welcome Center are being remodeled this summer.

Did you know Cabrillo has an .edu email address for currently registered students? This is a great tool to separate your Cabrillo emails from your personal emails! If you decide to use it, remember to read those emails!

User name: 7-digit
Password: Your Cabrillo password (the same one as WebAdvisor/MyCabrillo/Canvas)

If you have trouble getting in to the email account, you can reach out to the CTC. They provide tech support for students.

NOTE: This email address is only available to students who are currently registered. You will not be able to access this account when you are not enrolled in classes.

Watsonville Campus

Integrated Learning Center (ILC) Room A210

In-Person On Campus and On Zoom

Watsonville Computer Technology Center (WCTC) Room A310

In Person On Campus (Room 310 @ Watsonville Center)

Aptos Campus

Cabrillo College Library

In-Person & Virtual

Computer Technology Center (CTC)

In-Person & Virtual

HUB Learning Resource Center

In-Person & Virtual

STEM Center

In Person Only

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a new federal program that helps low-income households offset the monthly cost of a new or existing internet service and connected devices like a laptop or tablet. It provides up to a $30/month discount for broadband service, a one-time discount of up to $100 for a computer or tablet, and MORE! Households are eligible to enroll if someone receives SNAP, Pell Grant, Medicaid, SSI, or Free and Reduced-Price Lunch.

June 13 - 17 and June 20 - 24

Cabrillo College, Bay Area Cyber League and the Santa Cruz County Office of Education welcome you to join our free week-long Summer CyberCamps! Ideal CyberCampers are current (2021-2022) 8th-12th graders and community college students with basic computer skills and little to no cybersecurity experience.