Participate in an ASPIRE Learning Community this Spring 2017

 

ASPIRE is a collaboration between the Asian American Studies [http://aas.sfsu.edu/] department and the Student Affairs & Enrollment Management [http://www.sfsu.edu/~vpsa/] cabinet area. ASPIRE has been designed to address and promote college access and success by identifying and removing institutional barriers for high-need Asian American and Pacific Islander students.

The Asian American and Pacific Islander Retention and Education (ASPIRE) program is developing learning communities for students who are looking for a supportive environment where students will receive extra support and additional exposure to Asian American and Pacific Islander studies.

ASPIRE Learning Communities will provides the following:

  • one on one support
  • academic advising
  • peer mentoring
  • study groups
  • authentic relationships with peers and faculty
 

Benefits in participating in ASPIRE Learning Communities

  1. Participate in an ASPIRE Learning Community  to supplement your coursework in Asian American Studies and Pacific Islander Studies

  2. Earn  3 units (ETHS 102.2 or 102.3)  for your participation in the learning community course that meets MW 12:35-1:50pm (BH 223) or TTH 12:35-1:50pm (BH 334)

  3. Receive support in writing and non academic skills that promotes student success

 
If interested in enrolling ASPIRE Learning Communities, please complete this link https://sfsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_er1E7RqF8PI8Xch
and sign up for ETHS 102.2, MW 12:35-150pm  (Class Code 10275) or ETHS 102.3, TTH 12:35-1:50pm (Class Code 10276).
 
For more information contact Arlene Daus-Magubal,  Interim Assistant Dean of Students at amianan@sfsu.edu

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Asian American and Pacific Islander Retention and Education (ASPIRE) is a program supported by a U.S. Department of Education Asian American & Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions (AANAPISI) grant.