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Student Organization - Standing Together As oNE Dream (S.T.A.N.D.)
Students that for a part of S.T.A.N.D. are provided with support, backing, encouragement and networking opportunities. Our aim is to empower and inspire all immigrant youth to succeed in their academic career and use that platform to mobilize their respective communities. S.T.A.N.D. enhances the educational experience of its members by offering such opportunities as: mentoring, scholarships, guest speakers, workshops, lecturers and other resources. Our efforts on campus include working towards social justice and to raise awareness about the many challenges that immigrant youth and their families face. We achieve this by actively participating in civic and political engagement.
President: Flor Barraza Meetings: Thursdays U-Hour Email: email@example.com
Student Affairs - The mission of the Student Affairs Division is to promote access to higher education, foster lifelong learning, and prepare students to be active and positive contributors in a diverse global community.
CSUSM National Latino Research Center - The mission of the National Latino Research Center (NLRC) at California State UniversitySan Marcos is to promote scientific and applied research, training, and exchange of information that contribute to the knowledge and understanding of the rapidly growing U. S. Latino population.
CSUSM National Latino Research Center
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) EOP serves students with a history of economic and educational disadvantage by providing support services that lead to a university degree. www.csusm.edu/eop
College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) Program - The College Assistance Migrant Program is a unique educational program at California State University, San Marcos. CAMP helps students from migrant and seasonal farm worker backgrounds to succeed in college. CAMP is a national program that was established over thirty years ago, and has helped thousands of students accomplish their educational goals. CAMP offers students pre-college transition and first-year support services to help develop the skills needed to stay in school and successfully graduate from college.
College Assistance Migrant Program
Multicultural Programs - Multicultural Programs strives to establish initiatives and support programs that affirm the diversity of the campus community in its many forms by embracing a broad definition of culture.
Student Support Services (SSS) - Student Support Services offers personal, transitional, and academic support to students from first-generation, low-income, and disability backgrounds, enabling them to persist and graduate from Cal State San Marcos.
Student Support Services
Personalized Academic Success Services (PASS)-
PASS works with students by holistically assessing each individual situation to provide appropriate support and resources (on-campus and in the community) to help students achieve academic and personal success. Services include: Academic goal development, academic and personal development workshops (i.e. time management, test-taking, note-taking, etc.), support for students on academic probation/disqualification, student support and transitional counseling, and resource referral services.
Personalized Academic Success Services