San Diego, CA. – San Diego Mesa College welcomed back thousands of students today,
as Fall classes commenced on campus. In addition to valet parking and free ice cream,
students were invited to an eclipse watching party hosted by multiple faculty members
outside of the Math & Science building.
“The eclipse is an exciting addition to the beginning of the semester,” stated Dr.
Pamela T. Luster, President. “It’s pretty clear that the Mesa Family is committed
to total learning when multiple classes are already outside on their first day, learning
about this natural phenomenon.”
In addition to solar telescopes, Mesa provided special filters so participants could
view the eclipse safely with the naked eye. The eclipse was also projected onto a
large projector screen to make viewing safe and easy for everyone.
San Diego Mesa College is the leading transfer institution in San Diego, and is offering
over 2,500 classes this Fall. Multiple classes are offered on-line, in hybrid format
(both on-line and in-class), as well as on Saturdays and during the evenings.
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