Video courtesy of Video Production Club.
Before classes begin each fall, students have the opportunity to attend a series of fun programs and events with fellow Sixers! From dances to a carnival, movie screening to FREE dinner, Welcome Week promises to be a very exciting tradition at the college.
Celebrate Halloween with Sixth College’s resident advisors! Activities includes a pumpkin carving contest, a spooktacular haunted house and much much more!
CIA Ice skating
Kick off the year with one of Sixth College’s most active student organization, the Commuters In Action. Commuters and residents alike come together for an evening of ice skating at a local rink.
Let It Flow... A Soulful Night at Sixth
Let It Flow... A Soulful Night at Sixth is a Sixth College signature event that celebrates Black History Month with an evening of music, soul food, spoken word, singing and art displays. The event is a collaborative effort between Student Affairs and Residence Life.
Every year, Sixth College Special Events Committee chooses a new theme for the annual Sixth College Semi-Formal. First and second year students, you do NOT want to miss this evening filled with DJs, dancing and desserts.
Winter Game Fest
Ever wonder what the Price Center Ballroom would look like if gamers took it over for a weekend? Players from all around San Diego come together for a weekend of gaming and prizes. Tournaments include: Halo 3, DoTA, Starcraft, Madden, Call of Duty, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Guitar Hero World Tour and Rock Band. Free play area for the new or casual gamer. There’s something for everyone!
Lunar New Year
Sixth College Residential Life presents a Lunar New Year Celebration every Winter Quarter. Come celebrate with food, cultural performances, and your friends throughout the Sixth College community.
The Sixth College Chocolate Festival has been a spring quarter tradition since 2004 and is sponsored by the Sixth College Community Board. The event attracts over 600 guests from across the University. The annual festival includes chocolate fountains, lots of sweet and savory dipping items, music, prizes, music, and activities for all ages.
Sixth Digital Film Festival
Coordinated by the Sixth College Video Production Club, this annual contest screens short films by UCSD students, and gives awards in several categories, including "best in fest".
Sixth College celebrates culture, art, and technology with this college festival supporting student creativity and expression. This traditional event features live music and interactive activities. Past musical performers include Semi Precious Weapons, Tyler Hilton and Greg Laswell.
Spirit of the Masters
Fondly reminiscent of Laguna Beach's renowned Pageant of the Masters, Sixth College's Spirit of the Masters is a spectacular display of famous paintings and sculptures with an animated twist. Your experience will be guided by a knowledgeable docent and complemented with delectable drinks and desserts.
Conan O'Brien College
On April 20, 2012, late-night talk show host Conan O'Brien visited Sixth College in honor of its tenth anniversary. To celebrate the occasion, and in absence of a permanent name, Sixth College renamed itself to Conan O'Brien College for the day every year on April 20.
Concerts in Close Quarters
Enjoy world class chamber music in a unique setting. Twice a year, world-class artists perform specifically for Sixth College students, and then interact with them in informal settings. Past performers include world renowned percussionist Cyro Baptista, who helped break down the barrier between audience and artist through participation, discussion and observation.
Hosted by the SCSC Commuter Senator, Café Commute is a place to chat about classes, your traffic proof route to campus or anything that’s on your mind. Enjoy a free tasty treat with fellow commuters in the Sixth College Commuter Lounge before hitting the road.
VPC Lecture Series
Once a quarter, the Video Production Club screens an independent film and invites a guest lecturer to discuss the impact of the lecture on culture, art and technology. Past discussions have centered around minority racialization in the media and its impact on young people.
Coffee/ Dine with a Professor
Would you like to get to know your professor outside of the classroom? Invite your professor to lunch or coffee and allow UC San Diego student affairs to pick up the bill! For information on this year long program, click here.