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Friday: 8:00am - 3:00pm
- Jennifer Park
Senior Student Services Assistant
- Zulma Duran
Sr. Administrative Assistant
- Claudia Perkins
- Student Rights & Responsibilities
- Victoria Kerba Miller
Dean of Student Affairs
Special Message from the SDCCD Chancellor's Cabinet
MAY 31, 2020 |
Dear San Diego Community College District Colleagues and Friends:
We, the members of the Chancellor’s Cabinet, are sending a special message regarding recent and continuing events in our nation and local communities.
Like you, we feel pain, sadness, and frustration in the face of the senseless murders of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Sean Reed in Indianapolis, and Tony McDade in Tallahassee. Like you, we are shocked at the weaponization of race against Christian Cooper in New York City and the acts of intolerance in our own San Diego community, such as the wearing of white supremacist paraphernalia in grocery stores. We realize that there are many more victims of racial violence whose experiences never make headlines and whose names will never become public. We also understand that grief for victims both named and unnamed, both local and distant, weighs heavily on many members of our community, and we, too, struggle with our own sense of anger, heartbreak, and concern.
Our nation is divided by racism and inequality, which has only been compounded by the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The current civil unrest in our country is directly related to the level of systemic oppression of Black Americans and other marginalized communities. We encourage everyone to take a stand for justice and to use their voice while remembering the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: “We will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”
We remain steadfast in our commitment to equity and equality. Just as the San Diego Community College District stands in support of our immigrant, undocumented, DACA, Muslim, LGBTQ+, and Asian members who have come under attack in recent years and months, we will continue standing to prevent a return to the darkest and most hateful days in American history.
Our nation cannot and should not tolerate such dehumanization, hatred, and denigration of any of its people. We ask if you cannot understand the civil unrest occurring throughout our country that you understand the cumulative cause of it. As we continue to fight for systemic change, we reflect on the words of civil rights activist Angela Davis, who said, “I’m no longer accepting the things I cannot change. I’m changing the things I cannot accept.”
Our work is not done, and now more than ever we must continue to act forthrightly with our shared values.
SDCCD Chancellor’s Cabinet
Dr. Constance M. Carroll, Chancellor
Dr. Ricky Shabazz, President, San Diego City College
Dr. Pamela T. Luster, President, San Diego Mesa College
Dr. Marsha Gable, Interim President, San Diego Miramar College
Dr. Carlos O. Turner Cortez, President, San Diego Continuing Education
Dr. Bonnie Ann Dowd, Executive Vice Chancellor, Business and Technology Services
Ramon L. Knox, Interim Vice Chancellor, Student Services
Dr. Stephanie Bulger, Vice Chancellor, Instructional Services
Will Surbrook, Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
Christopher Manis, Vice Chancellor, Facilities Management
Jack Beresford, Director, Communications and Public Relations
The Mesa College campus is temporarily closed due to concerns about the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19. We are monitoring the situation closely and responding with an abundance of caution to protect the health and safety of students, employees, and our community.
During this time, Student Affairs staff and administrators will be working remotely. Our hours of operation will be 8:00AM-5:00PM Monday through Thursday, and 8:00AM-3:00PM on Friday.
To contact us, call the office line at 619-388-2699 and leave a voicemail message. We will be checking the office's voicemail regularly, but please be aware that there may still be a small delay in response. You may also contact us by email, at the addresses listed on the left side of this web page.
Message from the Dean of Student Affairs
Welcome to the Student Affairs website! Our mission is to provide programs and services that promote the success of students, enrich the quality of campus life and support classroom instruction. Below are a few of the services we provide for the Mesa College community:
- Support for Associated Students, Inter-Club Council and Mesa Clubs
- Leadership development programs and activities for all students
- Procedures and Operating Guidelines for Student Clubs/Organizations (Manual 3200)
Student Rights and Responsibilities
- Administration of Policy 3100: Student Rights Responsibilities, Campus Safety and Administrative Due Process
- Assistance in resolution of student complaints and faculty concerns
- Coordination and administration of college foundation and privately sponsored scholarships
- Mesa Foundation Scholarship Applications are available the first week in December and are due mid to late February (flyer)
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current & Future Programs and Events
Past programs and events
- Welcome Week (Spring 2020)
- 40th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade
- Constitution Day & Voter Registration Outreach
- Spirit Week & Homecoming
- AS Homecoming Tailgate Party
- Office Decorating Contest
- LEAD workshop series
- Bystander Intervention Training
- 2019 AS Thanksgiving Feast
- 2019 Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week (Nov 18-21)
- 2019 Day of Service (click here for travel forms)
- 2019 Screening of "Inocente" and Resource & Engagement Fair
- 2019 - 2020 PTK All-USA Scholarship
- Annual Scholarship Awards Gala
- Black Graduation: CommUnity, Purpose & Vision
- Commencement Ceremonies
- The Serenity Space
Services and resources
- Fax service is provided for $.50 per page (both incoming and outgoing), or $.25 per page for students who have purchased Associated Student memberships
- Safe Overnight Parking Information and Resources
- Free Income Tax Preparation Assistance
Guidelines and other Useful links
- Guidelines for Free Speech Activities
- Guidelines for Free Speech Activities Brochure
- Guidelines for Outside Food Vendors
- Campus Posting Rules and Regulations (updated 8/20/19)
- Student Travel Guidelines (updated 6/13/19)
Research on college students shows that active involvement increases student satisfaction with college, provides opportunities to develop management and networking skills, helps in making career decisions, raises self-esteem, and builds lasting friendships.
Stop by the Dean of Student Affairs Office, I4-408 to find out how you can get involved at Mesa College.