The Mapping Academic Pathways for Success (MAPS) program is part of COM’s Guided Pathways initiative, which provides intentional opportunities for exploration and informed choices. Participating students are supported from the start to understand academic and career options better, choose a program of study, and develop a long-term educational plan.
Students in the MAPS program must take HUM 101 and COUN 130, which focus on interdisciplinary academic discourse as well as helping students to clarify and stay on their academic path. They also must attend MAPS events and meet regularly with a counselor who will help navigate the transfer-prep curriculum. Students in the program will also benefit from peer mentors with who they will connect regularly.
Interested students should schedule a meeting with an academic counselor.
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The Puente Project, a national award-winning program, for 40 years has improved the college-going rate of tens of thousands of California's students. Its mission is to increase the number of educationally disadvantaged students who enroll in four-year colleges and universities, earn college degrees, and return to the community as mentors and leaders to future generations. The English course will provide reading and writing assignments related to Latinx issues and authors. The Counseling course and counselor will help prepare you for transfer. Also, you will be assigned a professional mentor and expected to meet regularly with our Puente Peer Mentors for additional support and as a great resource for educational success.
For more information, contact:
Puente Counselor/Instructor: Luz O. Moreno, (415) 485-9432
Puente English Instructor: Blaze Woodlief, (415) 485-9647
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The STEM Learning Community is for STEM majors or students curious about STEM-related careers. Our goal is to support more students to engage and transfer in STEM fields, with an extra focus on supporting those who are first-generation, under-represented in STEM fields, or a part of existing learning communities.
Opportunities for engagement include tutoring current students, mentoring incoming students, conducting and presenting on summer research, and developing community through activities
To learn more about the STEM Learning Community, contact:
Paul Daubenmire, Program Coordinator
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Umoja (a Kiswahili word meaning unity) is a community and critical resource dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational experiences of African Americans and other students. We believe that when the voices and histories of students are deliberately and intentionally recognized, the opportunity for self-efficacy emerges, and a foundation is formed for academic success.
Umoja is a community of educators and learners committed to the academic success, personal growth, and self-actualization of African Americans and other students. The Umoja Community seeks to educate the whole student body, mind, and spirit. Informed by an ethic of love and its vital power, the Umoja Community will deliberately engage students as full participants in the construction of knowledge and critical thought.
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