SCC ID Number

Students who apply for financial aid and who deduct their eligible fees from their income tax are required by law to provide the College with their social security number.

All Solano College students will be issued their unique 9-digit SCCID. This randomly assigned number has no connection to your social security number.

Frequently Asked Questions

It will be assigned to you when your application is submitted and sent to your email address.

Follow the steps on this page, Cashier Office – Student Id’s.
Cost is $5.00 and valid ID is required.

When you submit an online application, you will need to enter your social security number. The application does not require you to enter your SCCID.

Visit, call, or email the Admissions and Records Office and we will give you your SCCID.

When requesting services, you will be able to provide either your SCCID or your social security number; however, we want to encourage you to memorize and use your SCCID. All fee receipts and registration schedules will display your SCCID. Your social security number has been removed from these documents.

You will not have to enter your SCCID or your Social Security Number to register for classes. Once your application has been processed, you will be able to look up your SCC Username and Password. You will use your SCC Username and Password to register for classes on our new registration site called My Solano.

Our website uses SSL 128-bit encryption to create a secure connection. No clear-text or unencrypted information is exchanged; therefore, no information can be read by anyone other than the intended recipient.

When you submit an online application, you will be encouraged to enter your social security number, but you are not required to do so.

Solano Community College handles your social security number in a confidential manner. Your social security number will be used for mandated business functions such as tax reporting to federal and state government agencies and will continue to be included on your transcript and verifications of enrollment, since the social security number is the common identifier used by Higher Education Institutions.