|Student Services: Student Affairs Information|
The Student Affairs Office at Cuyamaca College is the one-stop area for student engagement opportunities offering you numerous ways to become involved on campus. For example, the Student Affairs Office has all of the contact information, making it easier for you to become involved.
By taking an active role on campus, you will not only meet new students and enhance your college experiences, but you will also augment your leadership skills. Take advantage of the wide array of available opportunities — participate in student organizations, serve on committees, run for elected office, plan a campus event, and/or participate in leadership development training programs. You have the ability to shape your own college experience, and the Student Affairs Office will provide you with the tools you need to succeed.
These workshops, which will be offered on a regular basis, will focus on a
variety of diversity awareness and social justice topics. Students will
receive a stamp for every workshop they attend—students, who have completed
a minimum of three workshops during the Fall and Spring Semesters, will earn
a “Diversity & Leadership” certificate and will be recognized for their
efforts at the Student Leaders Reception in May.
Leadership Development Opportunities
Emerging Leaders Program
The goal of Cuyamaca’s emerging leadership program is to offer opportunities for students to further develop and expand their leadership skills and knowledge, preparing them to serve in future leadership roles both on campus and in the community.
The Student Government Leadership Retreat took place on July 10, 2013. The Spring Semester 2014 retreat will take place on January 16, 2014 at 1:30 PM. To view previous retreat agendas, click on this link.
Academic Integrity Workshops
Students will be informed about academic integrity while participating in an interactive discussion regarding the Student Code of Conduct. This workshop will be a great educational opportunity to learn about the academic integrity policies and how to avoid potential misconduct issues in the future.
Individual student workshops are available. Please contact Lauren Vaknin at (619) 660-4612 orLauren.Vaknin@gcccd.edu to schedule a session.
CONTEMPLATION ROOM: Students can reserve the contemplation room (I-128) by contacting 660-4612.
Spring Semester 2014
Want to serve on a campus-wide committee?
Attend the Student Committee Training Workshops which are offered every semester. The next workshop will take place October 11th, 2013.
Serve your local community by participating in various community service projects.
Save the date for upcoming community service projects: November 15th, 2013 and December 2013.
For more information, please visit the Student Affairs Office at I-120.