APASS is designed to support Asian/Pacific Americans in pursuit of academic success by promoting individual growth and personal success through a culturally sensitive environment, recognizing the cultural diversity within the Asian and Pacific Islander communities, and fostering unity within the multicultural college community and beyond.
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Fall 2012 Classes
English 269 (6 units) and Counseling Course (3 units)
Times: MWF 12:30PM – 2:20PM (English)
MW 11:00AM –12:15PM(Counseling)
Codes: 269A (40313) with Coun 224(40201)
269B (40316) with Coun 248AA (TBA)
English 201 (4 units) and Counseling Course (3 units)
Times: MW 11:00AM – 12:50PM (English)
MW 9:30AM – 10:45AM (Counseling)
Codes: 201A (40384) with Coun 24(40390)
201B (40387) with Coun 248AB (TBA)
The mission of APASS is to support Asian and Pacific Islander students in pursuit of academic success through early intervention and effective support services; promote individual growth and personal success through a culturally sensitive environment; recognize cultural diversity within the Asian and Pacific Islander communities; and foster unity within the college community and beyond.
APASS offers support services to Asian and Pacific Islander students pursuing academic success through early intervention and support services.
APASS Center Provides:
- Outreach to Asian & Pacific Islander students
- Workshops on personal growth and academic development
- Peer support study groups
- Study area
- Mentorship program
- Bilingual/bicultural counselors, staff and peer advisors