Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Collective
San Diego City College is a proud AAPI Collective Institution
San Diego City College is committed to supporting Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students in various ways, fostering a diverse and inclusive academic community. This support begins with a welcoming and inclusive campus environment, where students from AAPI backgrounds can feel comfortable and valued. You belong here!
The college offers a range of services to meet the needs of our AAPI students. These services include dedicated and culturally sensitive counseling and advising, which helps AAPI students navigate their academic journey while addressing any specific challenges they may face. San Diego City College also promotes cultural awareness and engagement through clubs and organizations, providing platforms for AAPI students to connect, share experiences, and celebrate their heritage.
Furthermore, the college actively seeks to increase access and representation for AAPI students, striving for equitable educational opportunities. Student support services, academic programs, and cultural events are just a few of the initiatives that demonstrate San Diego City College's commitment to empowering AAPI students and ensuring their success in higher education.
Student Club: Asian & Pacific Islander Student Alliance (APSA)
The Asian and Pacific Islander Student Alliance (APSA) at San Diego City College is a vibrant and inclusive student organization that brings together individuals from diverse AAPI backgrounds to create a supportive and engaging community on campus. This alliance serves as a space where students can connect, share their cultural experiences, and work together to raise awareness about the rich tapestry of Asian and Pacific Islander cultures. APSA is dedicated to promoting cultural appreciation, fostering social bonds, and addressing the unique needs and challenges faced by AAPI students at San Diego City College. Through a variety of events, activities, and advocacy efforts, APISA plays a crucial role in enriching the college experience for AAPI students and raising awareness about the contributions and diversity of the AAPI community on campus and beyond.
To learn more, please reach out to Nora Hinsley, counselor and APSA Faculty Advisor at email@example.com.
Message from Administration
Thank you for choosing San Diego City College to pursue your college education. City College has a rich tradition of assisting ALL students in accomplishing their educational goals.
Ricky Shabazz, Ed.D.
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Past AAPI Events
Programs and Support Services
Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)
EOPS is a state-funded student support services program. Its purpose is to provide special recruitment, retention, and transition services to eligible students. The services offered are "above and beyond" those offered by the college's Student Services division. The primary services include assistance in the following areas: priority enrollment, counseling/advisement, and preparation for transition to four-year colleges and universities. For detailed information on all services offered and application procedures, please contact the EOPS Office.
Counselor Isabel Gutierrez, firstname.lastname@example.org
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The secret is "culture"! MESA has an explicit culture of success with a language of success. More than a program or community, MESA is family, with shared beliefs, practices, and behaviors designed for student success. The students are the best part of the MESA family! MESA students are Creators, take responsibility for their learning, and achieve success.
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The mission of the Puente Project is to increase the number of educationally underserved students who enroll in four year colleges and universities, earn degrees, and return to the community as leaders and mentors to future generations. Puente is open to all interested students and is a learning community that includes the following courses: ENG 101x, ENG 205, PERG 120, PERG 130, COMS 103 (total of 17 units).
Co-coordinator Paul Lopez, firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-coordinator Luis Perez, email@example.com
Other Programs and Support Services