Serving students with potential;
Challenging students who are academically talented
Multicultural Affairs and Student Success serves students with varying academic needs. The services the division provides include pre-college initiatives, remedial courses in math and academic survival skills, as well as support in the Tutorial Center. A number of multicultural and first-generation college students rely upon program services/advising to monitor their academic progression from semester to semester. A significant number of the high achieving students look for support and guidance in undergraduate research, internships and enrollment in graduate study.
-Dr. Roger L. Pulliam, Assistant Vice Chancellor Emeritus
Announcements For The Month
|Tuesday, April 2||Screening of- "Mosquita y Mari"
Location: Timmerman Auditorium (HH1000)
|Thursday, April 4||Southeast Asian Heritage Lecture Series-"Sweet
Location: Summers Auditorium
|Wednesday, April 10||Advising Bazaar/Associate's Degree
Location: UC 266
|Thursday, April 11||Southeast Asian Heritage Cultural Show
Location: UC Hamilton Center
|Wednesday, April 17||
M.A.S.S. Study Night
|Thursday, April 18||Southeast Asian Heritage Month: Film Night-
"Operation Baby Lift"
Location: Summers Auditorium/Warhawk Connection Center
|Thursday, April 24||Southeast Asian Heritage Month- Taste of Asia
Location: CrossPointe Community Church
|Thursday, May 2||Latino Heritage Lecture Series- "Latinos:
Changing Demographics and the Impact on National U.S."
|Thursday, May 2||Cinco De Mayo Celebration
Location: Starin Park
|Saturday, May 18||Multicultural Graduation Reception
Location: Hamilton Center