Supporting You Outside of the Classroom
Folsom Lake College offers a full spectrum of on-campus resources and support services to help you reach your academic goals. Take advantage of programs and services for which you may be eligible, including: free tutoring, financial aid, state and federal assistance programs, and support for those with physical, psychological, or learning disabilities.
volumes in the FLC and EDC Libraries
classified staff and managers here to help you
on-campus tutoring centers
On-Campus and Online Resources
Explore your interests, discover new ideas, and get help with your research.
Students can get help learning challenging course material and developing study skills.
Our counselors provide academic, career, transfer, and personal counseling to FLC students.
Financial Aid and Fees
Resources to help you pay for college including grants, loans, and scholarships.
FLC offers a full spectrum of services and programs, all dedicated to enhancing your college success.
Buy textbooks, supplies, technology, and more through the new Folsom Lake College bookstore.
There are scholarship opportunities for all students and the funds do not have to be repaid!
Learn how to access all the tech resources you need, including apps for your classes, free and loaner computers, and internet and WiFi. You can also reset your password, set up security questions, or contact Tech Support if you have additional questions.
We now provide contactless lockers for all pick-ups to provide a safe, contact free method of access.
COVID-Related Campus Information
Expanded in-person service depends on continued positive trends in public health conditions and the reduction and elimination of state and local COVID-19 mitigation measures.
Masks are strongly recommended but not required in all district facilities, regardless of vaccination status. Los Rios strongly supports any student or employee's choice to continue wearing a mask if it makes them more comfortable.
FAQ: Student Support Services
Our Admissions and Records and Financial Aid offices have implemented a student PIN on eServices that allows students to verify their identity, so that they can discuss student records over the phone. Watch the following video tutorial to learn how to use the PIN feature.
Our Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS) office is expanding and supplementing existing services for online students to accommodate the increased demand. Students can call or email the DSPS office to learn about what services are available.