T.E.A. Time (The Experience of All)
A bi-monthly interactive event where students deepen their understanding of Asian culture through discussions and hands-on activities.
Peer Mentoring Program
Aimed at building relationships between freshmen CSU students and upper-classmen. Mentors take a 3 credit HDFS course and develop leadership, communication and counseling skills to help mentees transition to college life and CSU. Freshman are paired with a mentor to become more comfortable and adapted to CSU. To learn more and get involved click here. To apply click here. To complete the Group Study Form, click here.
First Year Mentoring Program- Asian-American Woman Experience
A circle of first year Asian women who come together to form a support group during their transition to CSU and also learn more about the issues faced by Asian American women in contemporary American society. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to join or for more information.
If you are curious about your grade but uncomfortable talking with your professor, A/PACC can contact your professors for your grades. It is just like a progress report. If you are interested please print and fill out the application and return it to A/PACC (212 Lory Student Center). This service is confidential.