Tap Card program coming Spring 2016

Frank Rodarte

August 27, 2015

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The Tap Card Program is an attempt to get free or a reduced rate for students that commute to campus via public transportation, such as the bus or the train. Dean of Student Services, Dr. Gilbert Contreras, has been working on... Read more »

Faculty senate discusses math department issue

Ethan Ortiz

August 26, 2015

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Faculty Senate met for the first time this semester to discuss the math department issue, student transfers, and the university mega fair. The meeting was Tuesday, Aug. 26. Many students struggle getting their Associate Arts c... Read more »

New MyCerritos dashboard tool to aid student completion

Taylor Ogata

August 26, 2015

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A new program that will allow students to keep track of their progress toward their Associate Arts degree will soon be released at Cerritos College.The Completion Dashboard Tool is expected to be launched by mid-September according... Read more »

New center gives DSPS students better services

Gustavo Lopez

August 25, 2015

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The high tech center in the DSPS building, offers students with disabilities a wide variety of services such as text-to-speech technology, braille printers and scanners that allow students to scan their textbooks into a digital fo... Read more »

Reaching out to Dreamers

Perla Lara

August 25, 2015

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Attending one work shop can lead to money in your pocket. One way the financial aid office reaches out to students is by hosting Dream act workshops. The workshops provide information on filling out the dream act application, the AB 540 application an... Read more »

Update on Accreditation

Rob Flores, Staff Writer

August 24, 2015

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Cerritos College students can rest assured that the campus is no longer under accreditation warning status. According to Dr. Joanna Schilling, vice president of Academic Affairs, “Cerritos addressed all our recommendations successfully and our accreditation was fully re... Read more »