The University Writing Center hosts 2-hour and 4-hour WPE workshops. Each workshop gives an overview of the WPE and what is expected of students taking the exam. In addition, students will participate in brainstorming a response to a sample WPE topic. In the 4-hour workshop, students write a sample essay, and tutors are there to provide students with feedback on their essays.
National Coming Out Day is a day to celebrate the strength and joy of showing the world our queer identities that we’ve been forced to hide. Some of us might be uneasy about how to navigate coming out to our families, so the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center is creating a panel sharing the struggles people of color have when coming out to their families.
Stop by and meet the fun staff of the Center for Student Involvement and learn where the magic happens for student organizations, campus activities, and leadership development throughout the year. Getting involved on campus is a great way to make friends, add experiences to your résumé, and really get what you want from your university experience. Plus, we will have fun giveaways, California Donuts, and Starbucks!
Several organizations representing the Chicana/o Latina/o community let their voices be heard when a Republican presidential candidate made disparaging remarks about Mexico, Mexican immigrants, and the Mexican/Mexican American community. Join the Chicana/o Latina/o Student Resource Center as we discuss the impact of political and social unity within the community.
College is expensive! So come out and learn how to cope with the costs you’ll be facing throughout your stay here at Cal State LA. Think - books, tuition, rent, food, family, and friends. This expert-presented workshop is produced in collaboration with Wells Fargo at Cal State LA. Snacks and beverages provided.
The Gender & Sexuality Resource Center recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a “know your rights” presentation. The California Women’s Law Center presents information about domestic and intimate partner violence issues – everything from Title IX, State Laws, and Federal Laws that were passed to protect you!