Fulfill the general undergraduate requirements for transfer to a university.
These AAS degrees and certificates to prepare for immediate employment.
Apprenticeship & Education Center
Lifelong Learning - non credit classes
Programs for laid-off workers; short-term training; WorkFirst
The U.S. Department of Education grant is designed to improve the retention, transfer and graduation rates of under served Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students.
AANAPISI: Grant Information
Established in January 2005, Cultural Center of the Diversity and Retention Department provides education about diversity, social justice, gender equity, and multiculturalism. We advocate for the academic persistence and success of students of color and underrepresented groups through leadership opportunities, support services programming, and college-wide initiatives.
The Cultural Center empowers student leaders, whom we call Commissioners, to explore, celebrate, and educate the campus community about the diversity among us. We offer an inclusive and reflective space, multicultural programming, and support services that encourage positive interaction, academic persistence, and growth among students, faculty, and staff.
Pacific Islander Commissioner
African American Commissioner
Starting Fall Quarter 2011, we will begin using online applications and paper applications will no longer be accepted. On the SECOND day of the every Quarter, the Cultural Center will open at 11 am for students to fill out online applications.
You cannot fill out an online application prior to this time, and you must fill it out at the Cultural Center. Please check the inventory list beforehand! There is an inventory list outside the Cultural Center, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you returned your textbook in late Fall Quarter (past 12/16/2011), you will not be able to check out a textbook during Winter Quarter. Please check on your status during Spring Quarter.