Resources for Students

The following are resources for students at YCCD colleges as we transition to 100% remote instruction in response to the coronavirus.

Find a Testing Site – COVID-19 Testing Sites in California

Student Toolkit

Student Online Readiness Modules

California Community College Chancellor’s Office Coronavirus Resource Page

With the exception of library services, all other student support services at Yuba College have transitioned to remote / online services. Click the following link for detailed contact information on student and instructional services: Yuba College Remote Student Services

All student services at Woodland Community College have transitioned to remote / online service. Click the following link for detailed contact information on student and instructional services. Woodland Community College Student Services Contacts and Links

The Food Pantries at both Yuba College and Woodland Community College are being outsourced during the coronavirus pandemic. For Woodland Community College students their main source of emergency food is the Yolo County Food Bank at 530-668-0690. For Yuba College students details of food access in the Yuba-Sutter area can be found on the attached document: YS Food Banks and Pantries

CARES Act Student Assistance

As part of the Federal Government CARES Act a provision has been made to provide emergency financial support to students in the district. YCCD has $2,988,867 from the CARES Act that will be distributed to YCCD students as direct financial assistance to help cover emergency costs that they have incurred because of the disruption of campus operations related to the coronavirus. A task force, has developed a plan for distribution of funds based on financial need and enrolled units. Awards range from $250 to $500 for eligible students. The criteria used for the award modeling emphasized financial need and broad distribution.

Undocumented/DACA students and non-credit ESL students will receive the same award amounts from AB 19 funds. Funds will be distributed to students by May 22.

05.14.2020 Emergency Student Grant Distributions Email

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Many in-person classes are moving to Canvas, the online learning management system used by colleges of the District.

Logging into Canvas

Canvas Guide for Students

Getting Started For Students

If you are new to Canvas, then you can use the following resources to learn more about how to use the system:  Canvas Student Tour

  • You can call Canvas Support toll-free, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The link with the Canvas contact number can be found once you are logged into Canvas by clicking the “Help” button.

YCCD Helpdesk at or at 530-741-6981.


If you are enrolled in the current semester, then you are eligible to use Microsoft Office 365, which includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Access to Microsoft Office 365 can be gained through the Campus Sign-On Portal using your student ID and Password.


Some instructors will use Zoom to deliver remote instruction. If an instructor uses zoom they will contact students with a meeting notification which will include a link to the meeting.

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