Annually, the SSCCC holds a variety of events. The following are the standard events students can expect the SSCCC to hold:
- General Assembly: The General Assembly is an annual event held each spring. Participants gather tools and tips on how to be an effective student leader, advocate, and representative. They network with other students around the state, receive information on current topics and issues, and debate on resolutions submitted by students at California community colleges that guide the organization.
- Professional Development and Leadership Training: Each fall, the SSCCC holds a professional development event that is similar to a General Assembly except that resolutions are not presented for discussion or debate.
- Legislative Lobby Day: Either in March or April, the SSCCC holds a March in March or Advocacy in April Event. This is an event that brings students to Sacramento to lobby the legislature on issues of concern for students. Generally, key legislators, Chancellor’s Office staff, and other partners address the students and then students visit legislators from their district to lobby on local issues.