Purpose

Academic Programs puts students first by investing in and supporting learning through collaborative partnerships. We strive to transform lives through high quality, equitable, and holistic curricular and co-curricular programming.

Vision

As stewards of exemplary learning, Academic Programs collectively provides a transformative experience that:

  • Meets students where they are at.
  • Addresses systemic inequities that target minoritized groups through dialogue and action.
  • Provides ethical leadership within the university, local community, and the California State University system.
  • Makes evidence-informed decisions.
  • Provides transparent, inclusive, coordinated, and consistent communication.
  • Uses responsible recruitment and retention strategies for students, staff, and faculty.
  • Prioritizes and aligns resources to better serve students (learning, retention, and graduation).
Academic & Career Advising Center

ACAC's advisors help students connect their campus experience to future careers all while guiding them through timely degree completion.

Graduate Studies

Graduate Students are supported by many faculty and staff across campus, most notably, their academic departments and the Office of Graduate Studies.

Center for Teaching and Learning

The CTL cultivates partnerships and collectively inspires and innovates on teaching excellence in support of student learning.

The Learning Center

The Learning Center helps students progress to degree through skill development, tutoring, and structured collaborative learning.

Center for Community Based Learning

The CCBL promotes and supports learning and reciprocal connections among students, faculty, and community members through academic coursework integrated with community partnerships.

General Tutoring

RAMP serves all first time freshmen through general and/or 1:1 mentoring meetings, events, and collaborations with other units on campus. 

Curriculum

Curriculum evaluates and responds to assigned course and degree change proposals using specific decision making criteria and university policy.