Student Parent Resources

Student Parent Resources

Our Focus on Student Parents

Attending college is challenging for many students, but it is even more challenging for student parents as they juggle academic demands while also raising children.   Solano Community College is committed to academic success and degree attainment for student parents and welcomes the opportunity to focus on your needs and the needs of your children.  We want to help student parents navigate the challenges of parenting while in college and assist you in reaching your goals.

AB 2881

California’s student parent population deserves particular focus and support. Enacted on July 1, 2023, AB 2881 provides a multi-faceted approach to support student parents at the community colleges, California State University, and University of California by granting priority registration to student parents, as well as listing available resources.

Our Student Parent Resources page highlights available services and resources that are critical to the success of our college student parents.   

Providing parent and family resources for Solano Community College students and their families.


SCC On Campus Early Childhood Center (Fairfield Campus)
Providing full and half day programs for toddlers and preschool aged children.


SCC Nursing Room


Solano Family and Children Services


California Work Opportunity and Responsibility for Kids (CalWorks) Child Care


SCC CalWorks Program


SCC Extended Opportunity Programs and Services ( EOPS)


SCC Foster Care Youth


Additional Children and Family care resources within Solano County can be found here:

SCC Financial Aid Office


SCC Scholarships


California Financial Aid Programs


Student Financial Assistance


I Can Afford College


California Earned Income Tax Credit ( CalEITC) and the Young Child Tax Credit ( YCTC)


Low Cost Auto Insurance for College Students


Public Benefits Finder for California Students

Solano Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program

Benefits Cal Student Center
Apply for food, cash aid and health coverage programs as a college student!

Students FAQ for CalFresh

Student parents and caretakers may qualify for Priority Registration each semester if they meet the following criteria:

  • If you are a parent of a dependent child who is under 18 years of age, who physically lives in the same household and who receives more than half of their support from you, please fill out the Student Parent Priority Registration Application and return it to


  • If you are a caretaker of an adult family member, who receives more than half of their support from you, please fill out the Student Parent Priority Registration Application and return it to


  • This form will need to be submitted in advance of the first day of priority registration for every term in order for the student to qualify for priority registration.  There are no exceptions to this policy.  Please visit to view registration dates.


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