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New Hire Hub


If you require an accommodation for any of the content on this page, please contact Navjit Puniani at (559) 243-7156.

Welcome to the State Center Community College District New Hire Hub! The New Hire Hub is your one-stop site for all new hire related information.

Visit Your Campus Websites

Take some time to learn more about your campus by visiting your campus website.

Getting Around

Campus Maps and Driving Directions

Fresno Community College Fresno City College CTC Reedley College Clovis Community College Madera Community College Madera Community College Oakhurst

State Center Community College District Office

1171 Fulton Street, Fresno CA 93721

Before You Arrive

Before you arrive, Human Resources will be in touch with you to fill out your new hire paperwork. Your manager will make sure your workstation and email are set up prior to your arrival.

Information about the mission, vision, values, and organizational structure of State Center Community College District can be found in the New Employee Handbook.

Please review the applicable Collective Bargaining Agreement for your position. If you are a Classified Professional or a Police Office, please also review the Personnel Commission Rules. For more information, please visit our Collective Bargaining Agreements' site.

Parking Pass

A parking pass is required to park at all of our State Center Community College District facilities. The passes may be purchased for a semester or for the year.

Parking permits may be purchased at any campus and may be used at all SCCCD campuses. The pricing information is as follows (fees are subject to change without notice):

  • Fall Permits - $30.00
  • Fall and Spring Permits - $60.00
  • Summer Permits - $10.00
  • Full Year ( Fall, Spring, Summer) - $70.00
  • Plastic Hanger - $0.50

A parking pass can be purchased at any of the following locations:

Daily Permits

Daily permits can be purchased at dispensers found throughout the parking lots for $1 and may be used to park in any stall with the exception of staff or parking meters; metered parking is also available.

Parking Tickets

The State Center Community College District Police Department is responsible for the enforcement of the Policy Governing Operations of a Motor Vehicle on College Campus.

To make a payment or file an appeal you may visit

Your First Few Days

Get out of the office and familiarize yourself with your campus. Take some time to explore and discover some popular locations such as the library, bookstore, food services, administration building, athletic facilities, and much more. Have fun!

If you want to get off campus for lunch there are a variety of dining options near each campus and the District Office. Some popular spots with our employees include:

Clovis Community College - Mana Cafe, Ark Mediterranean Grill, Field House, Namikaze, Ten Tavern, Boba Silog, Pokiland, The Mug

Fresno City College - Piemonte's Italian Deli, Quesadilla Gorilla, The Loving Hut, El Patio, Irene's Cafe, Sequoia Brewing Company, Tower Tea, Ampersand Ice Cream

Madera Community College - California Grill, The Vineyard, Pita House, Taqueria Marantha, Pho'dera, Tacos Guanajuato

Reedley College - Willie's Cafe, Mainstreet Cafe, Reedley Sandwich Shop, Kebab City, Ortega's Taqueria, Juanita's Mexican Restaurant, Costa Dorada, El Monte

Oakhurst Center - South Gate Brewing Company, The Farm House by REV's, Smokehouse 41, Matsumoto Samurai's Kitchen, Plazuela's Mexican Restaurant and Taqueria, Pete's Place, The Cool Bean Cafe, Tandoori Express

District Office - Libelula, Tulare Street Bistro, Chicken King, Chef Paul's Cafe, Mediterranean Grill and Cafe, Kikku Japanese Food, Cosmopolitan Tavern, La Elegante Taqueria, Chicken Shack, La Boulangerie - Downtown

To access important District information including paystubs, tax information, and announcements visit MyPortal.

To access commonly used forms, policies, and references visit the District Intranet page.

Permanent classified, full-time faculty and managers are paid on the last working day of each month, (this includes part-time permanent classified and temporary full-time).  Temporary employees are paid on the 10th of each month including full-time classified, part-time faculty and student workers.

For specific payroll questions you can contact Payroll directly via email at

Instruction and Holiday Calendars can be found on the Educational Services and Institutional Effectiveness site.

State Center Community College District strives to provide a comprehensive and valuable benefits package to our employees and eligible dependents.

The District currently offers four (4) medical plan options - Modern Care PPO plan, Bronze PPO plan, Kaiser Permanente High Traditional HMO plan and Kaiser Permanente Low Deductible DHMO plan. The District also offers a dental plan, vision plan, life insurance and AD&D insurance, an employee assistance program, and voluntary long-term disability insurance. For complete plan summaries please visit the benefits webpage.

You have 31 days from your date of hire to enrollment in your benefits via NeoEd or To avoid the possibility of retroactive dues please complete your benefits enrollment as soon as possible. Please note if you fail to elect a medical plan you will be automatically enrolled in lowest coast premium plan at the time and you will be unable to make changes until the following Open Enrollment period.

If you have any questions, you can contact the Benefits Technician, Reina Kemble via email at or by phone (559) 243-7134.

For more information on work related injuries and illness or to fill out a physician pre-designation form please visit the Health Benefits and Resources site.

For information on retirement benefits services and programs, visit our Retirement site.

The State Center Community College District Police Department is a service-oriented police agency. The SCCCD Police Department is staffed by 15 fully sworn Peace Officers pursuant to Penal Code section 832.32(A). Our Officers are trained and regulated by standards established by the California Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Commission. The officers have the same authority as a Municipal Police Officer or County Deputy Sheriffs.

District Police Officers are responsible for patrolling various campus grounds, taking crime and incident reports, conducting investigations, enforcing all applicable laws, traffic regulations and providing a safe environment for our students, faculty, staff and guests.

To find more resources and register for 1st2Know emergency alerts, please visit the SCCCD Police Department site.

Your First Few Months

In addition to any New Employee Orientation that may be given by your campus, the District holds a mandatory New Employee Orientation in the Spring and Fall. You will receive information from Human Resources shortly after your hire date, including the date of the next orientation.

Safety training comes in many forms and may consist of web-based training, formal and informal safety meeting and discussions, as well as safety bulletins, videos, pamphlets, and postings. All new employees will complete a certain number of web-based training modules upon their appointment through the District's eLearning portal. Depending on an employee's job classification and work duties, employees will be assigned training courses, including:

  • Injury and Illness Prevention
  • Hazard Communication (Right to know)
  • Chemical Hygiene
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Utility Cart Safety
  • Office Ergonomics
  • Making the Right Move (safe lifting and moving practices)
  • Cal/OSHA COVID-19 Employee Training-ASCIP
  • SCCCD COVID-19 Information and Prevention Guidelines
  • Sexual Harassment and Discrimination - CA Employees (SB 1343)
  • CA AB1432 Mandated Reporter Training
  • (Child Development employees are required to take a 4-hour course)
  • FERPA - Higher Ed
  • Office Ergonomics
  • Portable Fire Extinguishers Part 1 and 2

Please visit our Online Safety Training page for more information.

The District encourages employees to continue to develop their professional expertise through academic, scholarly and professional endeavors after hire with the District. Employee participation in professional development is encouraged in order to improve performance and reach career goals and is generally voluntary, unless the District requires attendance based on the topic of the workshop or program.

Professional Development Calendar


To stay up-to-date on the latest news and upcoming events visit your campus social media platforms. Links to campus social media platforms can be found on the bottom of each campus website.

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Faculty and Staff

Each campus provides unique opportunities for faculty and staff to engage with each other outside the office. If you would like to get involved in campus clubs or associations contact your department head for more information. Some examples include:

  • Clovis Community College - Diversity, Equity Inclusion webpage (various links); Employees of Color Association (EOCA)
  • Fresno City College - Staff Associations
  • Madera Community College - Latino Faculty and Staff Association
  • Reedley College - Latino Faculty and Staff Association, Black Faculty and Staff