Contact the friendly Admissions Office staff if you have questions about adding or dropping classes, or filing for pass/no pass.
Other questions? Call 209-575-6789.
The Assessment Testing Office administers tests to help you select appropriate courses or satisfy pre-requisites.
International students should start by visiting our Information for International Students.
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As faculty and staff, we recognize the powerful impact you have on the career path of our students and we welcome opportunities to collaborate with you to meet their career development needs.
Request a classroom presentation: We are willing to bring information directly to your class on a wide range of career and professional preparation topics. Please contact LaKiesha McDonald (575-6655, email@example.com) or Nicole Eddlemon (575-7794, firstname.lastname@example.org) to request an appointment.
Collaborate with the Career Services Center: We are always looking for ways to work with faculty/staff to best serve our students. We can help you plan, market and document your career-related events, courses, or groups.
Career Meeting Space: The Career Services Center provides meeting space. If your department or program is looking for well-appointed career related meeting space, we have one room available. Our workshop seats up to 50 persons and is equipped with up-to-date media equipment. Before your event we ask that you allow us to provide a brief presentation to describe our services. Please contact Dejeune Shelton (575-7798, email@example.com) for more information
Refer students to the Career Services Center: REFER STUDENTS HERE We appreciate your referrals. Many students seek out faculty and staff guidance when considering careers. Please refer your students to us for career-related information, introduce them to our website, and encourage them to participate in our professional readiness workshops.
Meet with employers interested in hiring students: Employers are eager to engage with a variety of academic departments. Let us know if you are interested in connecting with employers and direct employers to the Career Services Center for recruiting services.
Include us in your career related curriculum: Feel free to contact us with any request for collaboration with your career related curriculum. Common activities include: resume writing, assessments, career exploration activities, and credit for visiting the Career Services Center or workshop participation.
Dejeuné M. Shelton
Room 156 A
2201 Blue Gum Ave.
Student Services Building
435 College Ave.