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Monday through Friday from 10 AM - 1 PM and 2 PM - 4 PM
The METAS Center (M-104, Multidisciplinary Building) nearest entrance is through Bascom Avenue, near Parking Lot B (next to Science Building). Click for the SJCC map
PROCESS: Contactless and social distancing collection of materials. Please wear a face mask and bring your SJCC student ID number.
METAS COUNSELORS, SABRINA AND YESENIA, WILL CONTINUE TO OFFER COUNSELING VIA ZOOM OR PHONE CALL.
Make a counseling appointment:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org OR text (408) 753-5319. In the email/text, include your Student ID number, your name, and if you would prefer to have a Zoom or a phone counseling appointment.
Join your counseling appointment:
Check your email the day before your appointment. You will receive instructions on how to join your counseling appointment.
The mission of METAS is to serve and empower all our students through an education that is rigorous, supportive, and just. We, the METAS staff, believe that each one of our students are agents of social change who, with the right support, will thrive as leaders, academics, research scholars, and global citizens.
To achieve our mission, METAS coordinates innovative instructional and support services available to all students on campus. This is made possible through collaboration with programs and departments across the SJCC campus and across institutions of higher education and public high schools. Together, we aim to increase retention, successful course completion, and persistence towards completion of a certificate, associate degrees, or university transfer requirements while disrupting the barriers that attempt to diminish our students’ educational and career aspirations.
We encourage you to visit the METAS Center in the Multi-Disciplinary Building. Here, students have a welcoming and friendly learning environment. Our services include:
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.
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Director, METAS Center & HSI Initatives