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CSM Ethnic Studies Professor David Palaita joins Robert Handa on Asian Pacific America to discus the development and growth of Pacific Islander courses at CSM and City College of San Francisco.

The San Mateo County Community College District’s program, which invites students to take college courses on district campuses while still enrolled in high school, has become immensely popular.

Formerly known as College for Kids, the Bay Area Pathways Academy is designed to provide rising 6th to 9th grade students with summer learning opportunities and year-round impact.

New and former students can apply and enroll online at CSM’s Admissions page. Continuing students can register for courses via WebSMART now for summer session and August 16 for fall semester. Summer 2016 and fall 2016 schedules are available online via downloadable PDF formats.

Skyline College and the San Mateo County Community College District (SMCCCD) Study Abroad Program want studying abroad to be an option for any student, no matter their financial means, and so the District has developed a unique way to fund scholarships for students who wish to study abroad.

Project Change is unique and the first community college supported program in California to provide wrap around student support services, direct access to post secondary education and in-person college instruction inside juvenile youth facilities.

Is your school closed? Do you have student loans or Cal Grants? Participate in a LIVE interactive video event, “Corinthian College Closures: Next Steps for Students”, on Monday, May 4, 2015 from 1-2 pm.

While some students stress about which path they may take after high school, guidance counselors are busy reminding them that myriad paths to success remain even if they will not be attending their college or university of choice.

Annually, the three colleges of the San Mateo Community College District (Skyline College, College of San Mateo and Cañada College), award institutional scholarships to new, continuing and transfer students.

Students at community colleges will soon be able to earn four-year degrees, as Gov. Jerry Brown just signed legislation to allow 15 college districts to take part in a pilot program for bachelor’s degrees.