The Metas Program coordinates instructional and student support services in collaboration with other programs and departments across campus. They offer you a range of options through learning support services such as Avanzamos, Supplemental Instruction, Summer Bridge, and Peer-Led Team Learning.
Counseling ServicesOne-on-one tutoringSmall group peer-facilitated math and science workshops for basic skillsTransfer level coursesStudy skills workshopsScholarship workshopsTextbook loansCalculator loans
The SJCC Metas Program was established through a U.S. Department of Education Title V grant and is open to all San Jose City College students. The Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI) Program (referred to as Title V: HSI) assists eligible Hispanic-serving institutions of higher education to expand their capacity to serve Hispanic and low-income students.
On behalf of the Latino Education Association (L.E.A.), thank you for joining us at La Raza Commencement 2015 at San Jose City College.
The Latino Education Association (L.E.A.) annually hosts a specialized commencement to honor the achievements of students transferring, completing their certificate, or attaining their associate degree. In addition to our campus graduation ceremony, La Raza Commencement is a familial occasion for all students and their families and friends to share this joyous event in a bilingual/bicultural ceremony. This special occasion includes an evening dinner, a keynote speaker, accomplishment and recognition awards, and personalized speeches by the graduates.
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La Raza Commencement Planning Committee: Joe Andrade, Maria Avalos, Jose Cabrera, Jesus Covarrubias, Juan Gamboa, Rebecca Gamez, Fabio Gonzalez, Angela Gullerud, Robert Gutierrez, Alex Lopez, & Evelyn Rojas.
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