APASS @ College Of Alameda is a student support program at the College of Alameda. Our goal is to support all students with an emphasis on Asian and Pacific Island Americans towards academic success.
APASS (Asian/Pacific American Student Success): Focus on Asian/Pacific American Experience
APASS is designed to support Asian/Pacific Americans in pursuit of academic success by promoting individual growth and personal success through a culturally sensitive environment, recognizing the cultural diversity within the Asian and Pacific Islander communities, and fostering unity within the multicultural college community and beyond.
For more information, contact: [email protected]
Mission: The mission of APASS is to support Asian and Pacific Islander students in pursuit of academic success through early intervention and effective support services; promote individual growth and personal success through a culturally sensitive environment; recognize cultural diversity within the Asian and Pacific Islander communities; and foster unity within the college community and beyond.
APASS Learning Community students presented their Educational Goals, Destination University, and Career Choice. Here are some of the students' creative posters which included valuable information gathered from online resources that included ASSIST, College Navigator, O*Net, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and My Next Move.
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Mark your calendars, CoA Students! Spring 2014 Class Registration is just around the corner. Make sure to check Passport for your Registration Date. If you need to meet with your counselor, do so ASAP as it is a peak period for counseling appointments at this time of the semester. Check out the flyer below for specific registration dates for CoA Students. Have a great day! :)
College of Alameda Health Fair will be held today - October 8, 2013 - from 11-1 in the Quad. Participants will be: Alameda County Behavioral Health, Alameda Family Services, Asian Health Dental Services, Covered California (Obamacare), AIDS Project of the East Bay, Highland Sexual Assault Center, La Clinica de la Raza, Life Chiropractic College, Kaiser Permanente, Breathe California, ...and more! Check it out if you are on campus! :)
Glad to have Jason Bayani grace Apass Coa with his presence, poetry, and time. An amazing experience felt by students and staff!
Save the date! Transfer Day is next Monday, October 7th, from 10:30am-1:30pm on the Campus Quad of College of Alameda.
If you are looking to find out more information about prospective universities for transfer, take the time and talk to college representatives that will be on campus! Check out the flyer below!
get those classes, folks! Register on Passport before all the classes are full!
Hey folks! Good luck with finals. Remember to take breaks, drink lots of water (not too much coffee or rockstars!), and have fun when it's all done!
Hiya folks! Long time, no talk. Buuut you can say "what's uppp!" at the Learning Communities' End of the Year Celebration today at 5:30 at the District Office, 333 East 8th Street (near Laney college) See you there!
Oh goodness--classes begin on Monday 1/23. Hope you got all of your classes :) happy new year!
Hey folks! Sorry this page has not been too active, but life's been moving sooooo freakin' fast! Hope you kicked your finals' butts--see you next semester!
helloooooooo out there! Hope you're enjoying your summer!
See you folks there tomorrow, 2/2 1-3 in the F-Building/Student Center! =D
Hey folks. Hope everyone works hard and does their best during finals week. Remember to take care of yourself in between study sessions. Good luck!
Open House Event -- Randa Jarrar reads her award winning book A Map of Home.
P-Span is a weekly show highlighting the many events of the Peralta Colleges. Watch us on Peralta.TV (cable channel 27 or 28), or watch right here. Scroll down, click on a video, and check out what's happening ...
555 Ralph Appezzato Memorial Pkwy Alameda, CA 94501
APASS offers support services to Asian and Pacific Islander students pursuing academic success through early intervention and support services.
APASS Center Provides:
•Outreach to Asian & Pacific Islander students
•Workshops on personal growth and academic development
•Peer support study groups
•Bilingual/bicultural counselors, staff and peer advisors
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