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Chancellor's Associates Scholars: Meet the Staff

Program Manager

  • Belinda Zamacona, M.A.

    Belinda Zamacona, M.A.

    Hometown: Colonia La Venta, Acapulco de Juárez, Guerrero, México
    High School: Fallbrook Union High School
    College (BA & MA): San Diego State University. Currently a first-year student in the joint doctorate program in Educational Leadership with UC San Diego and CSU San Marcos. 
    Favorite spot on Campus: Ian's Garden next to the La Jolla Playhouse
    On my bucket list: To spend an entire summer camping at the beach. 
    Advice to new students“Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” ―Arundhati Roy

    Belinda could not be prouder to be the founding staff person of the Chancellor’s Associates Scholars Program. A first-generation, english-language learner student and native of southern México, she has been part of the UCSD family since 2009. Belinda is passionate about issues of access and equity in education. Her professional background includes working with parents and families at both the elementary school and university level, community relations, access, yield and retention programs, and initiatives. 

    belinda@ucsd.edu | (858) 822-6740
    Drop-In Hours: By Appointment, Click Here to Schedule an Appointment
    5th Floor Student Services Center #558, CASP Office

Coordinators for Academic Support and Student Success

  • Ria Rodriguez, M.A. | STUDENT SUCCESS COORDINATOR

    Ria Rodriguez, M.A. | STUDENT SUCCESS COORDINATOR

    Hometown: El Cajon, CA
    High School: Granite Hills High School
    College (BA): University of California, Merced
    College (MA): San Diego State University
    Favorite spot at UCSD: Price center because of all the food!
    Bucket list: Cage Diving with Sharks
    Advice to new students: “If you were born with the weakness to fall you were born with the strength to rise.” – rupi kaur

    Ria Rodriguez is the inaugural Student Success Coordinator in the Chancellor's Associates Scholars Program. In her role she oversees the peer mentorship program for first-year students, as well as summer transition interventions, alumni tracking, amonst other responsibilities. Ria is alumna of UC Merced, where she majored in Political Science. She completed her Master or Arts in Education in the Postsecondary Educational Leadership Program with a specialization in Student Affairs. As a first-generation college student, Ria is passionate about creating community and supporting students throughout their journey at UC San Diego. She has been with UC San Diego since 2015 and is excited to continue her journey of growth to better serve the students she works with.

    m4rodriguez@ucsd.edu | (858) 534-8366
    Drop-in hours: By Appointment, Click Here to Schedule an Appointment
    5th Floor Student Services Center #557, CASP Office
  • Karen Van Ness, M.A. | ACADEMIC SUPPORT COORDINATOR

    Karen Van Ness, M.A. | ACADEMIC SUPPORT COORDINATOR

    Hometown: Richardson, Texas
    High School: Plano Senior High School
    College (BA): Brown University
    MA & C.Phil: UCSD Department of Literature. Currently in joint doctoral program in education at UC San Diego and California State University, San Marcos
    Favorite spot at UCSD: The May 1970 Peace Memorial on Revelle Campus
    Bucket list: To finish my dissertation!
    Advice to new students: UC San Diego can feel big & impersonal, but you will find your place if you look for it.

    Karen has worked at UC San Diego for over 15 years as a writing instructor and as a program coordinator in Student Affairs.  She is currently working on her doctoral dissertation on the role of the University of California system in the success of non-traditional students.

    kvanness@ucsd.edu | (858) 246-0322
    Drop-in hours: By Appointment, Click Here to Schedule an Appointment
    5th Floor Student Services Center #556, CASP Office

Program and Operations Coordinator

  • Kimberly Rodriguez Jimenez

    Kimberly Rodriguez Jimenez

    Hometown: Chula Vista, CA
    High School: Chula Vista High School
    College (BA): University of California, San Diego
    Favorite spot at UCSD: OASIS and UCSD Women's Center
    Bucket list: To visit every state in Mexico
    Advice to new students: UC San Diego is a chapter in life that can be scary to start and scary to finish, but in the end, it's up to you to decide how you'll fill each page. Live with no regrets!

    Kimberly has worked for the Chancellor's Associates Scholars Programs as of July 2016. As a first-generation, low-income student, Kimberly is passionate about social justice issues and has worked as a student counselor in various capacities throughout her four years at UCSD. She recently graduated with a Language Studies Major and an International Studies and Business Minors.

    ksr002@ucsd.edu | (858) 246-2788
    Drop-In Hours: By Appointment, Click Here to Schedule an Appointment
    5th Floor Student Services Center #560, CASP Office                    

Graduate Assistant

  • Dylan Mazelis

    Dylan Mazelis

    Hometown: Washington, NJ
    High School: Warren Hills High School
    College (BS): College of Charleston (in South Carolina)
    Favorite Spot on Campus: Bear sculpture
    On my bucket list: Go hiking throughout South America
    Advice to new students: Greatness awaits you if you remain open-minded with new experiences and interactions! Enjoy exploring many different opportunities and engage in self-reflection as often as you can.

    Dylan is currently a graduate student at San Diego State University in the Master of Arts in Postsecondary Educational Leadership program with an emphasis in Student Affairs. He studied psychology and philosophy as an undergraduate, and his professional work has been primarily in leadership programming and academic initiatives. Dylan is very passionate about supporting students throughout their college experiences, and he strives to create environments in which all students can learn and grow. 

CASP Course (EDS 50 & 150) Instructors

  • Mayra Cortes

    Mayra Cortes

    Hometown: Bellflower, CA
    High School: Bellflower
    College (BA/MA): UCLA
    Favorite spot at UCSD: The Sun God
    On my bucket list: To swim in the most beautiful places around the world!
    Advice to new students: Surround yourself with people who make you laugh. Laughter invigorates the soul. 
    Research area: Early Modern English and Spanish Literature; literatures of colonialism; transatlantic studies; acoustic ecology; biopower; literary histories of class, race, and labor; popular broadside ballads
    Office hours and location: Mondays from 10-11:50 @ UCSD Bookstore in the Children's Reading Space
  • Dolores Lopez

    Dolores Lopez

    Hometown: Aliso Viejo, CA
    High School: Aliso Niguel High School
    College: Chapman University (B.A); California State University-Long Beach (M.A.Ed) 
    Favorite spot at UCSD: Geisel library and the "Fallen Star" (2012) piece that is part of the Stuart Collection  
    On my bucket list: Visit every country in Latin America 
    Advice to new students: When/If impostor syndrome comes knocking, remember that you are a gem of infinite value. 
    Your research area: Dolores Lopez is a PhD student in Education Studies at UCSD. Her work is centered on ways in which Latinx students in grades K-6 navigate systems of oppression within urban schooling. One of her recent studies explores how Latinx youth experience and response to racial microaggressions. Through this work she attempts to add literature on the experiences of primary age Latinx youth who are often omitted from conversations about race/racism. Drawing from her expertise as a K-6 Spanish-English Dual immersion teacher, she also researches ways in which Spanish curriculum reinforces societal and systematic marginalization.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Liaison

  • Roberto Luna, Psy.D.

    Roberto Luna, Psy.D.

    Dr. Luna is a bicultural immigrant and a first generation college graduate. He works from a relational model informed by contemporary psychodynamic theory, social constructivist theory, feminist theory, and cognitive behavioral approaches within a social justice framework.

    Dr. Luna strives to create a safe and welcoming space where the student is encouraged to share, explore, challenge, and deconstruct life experiences. In this space, you would work together to gain insight to the presenting concerns and promote adaptive changes to reduce symptoms, improve academic performance, and interpersonal relationships. He looks forward to be a source of support in your journey at UCSD.

    rluna@ucsd.edu | (858) 534-3755

Student Office Coordinators

The Chancellor's Associates Scholars Program has occasional vacancies in positions for students to serve as office coordinators to support the Program Manager and assist with activities. E-mail Belinda if you're interested.

  • Juan Merida - Class of 2019 (Senior)

    Juan Merida - Class of 2019 (Senior)

    Juan is the Senior Student Office Coordinator and is the student supervisor for CASP.

    Hometown: Moreno Valley, CA
    High School: Citrus Hill High School
    Thurgood Marshall College, General Biology
    Favorite spot on Campus: Marshall Hump and the top of the Rady School of Management building
    On my bucket list: Going to Spain
    Advice to new students: It's ok to not know who you are yet, you'll learn along the way.

  • Guadalupe Mendez-Lopez - Class of 2019 (Senior)

    Guadalupe Mendez-Lopez - Class of 2019 (Senior)

    Hometown: Pomona, CA 
    High School: Ganesha High School
    Thurgood Marshall College, Structural Engineering, Business Minor
    Favorite spot on Campus: RIMAC, SME Bridge, Warren Mall (Fallen Star and Snake Path)
    On my bucket list: Visit the Seven Wonders of the World
    Advice to new students: Explore and get involved!

  • Jeanette Peña - Class of 2019 (Senior)

    Jeanette Peña - Class of 2019 (Senior)

    Hometown: Riverside, CA
    High School: Citrus Hill High School
    John Muir College, General Biology
    Favorite Spot on Campus: Any bench on campus with shade
    On my bucket list: Travel as much as possible
    Advice to new students: You're not alone, so don't be afraid to ask for help.
  • Jordan Mailoa - Class of 2019 (Senior)

    Jordan Mailoa - Class of 2019 (Senior)

    Hometown: Jakarta, Indonesia
    Community College: Green River College, Seattle
    Thurgood Marshall College, Economics
    Favorite Spot on Campus:"Fallen Star" house on top of Jacobs School of Engineering
    On my bucket list: Create my own brand of apparel
    Advice to new students: Explore and utilize your resources to the point where you never feel bored. You will be amazed in what you can achieve.
  • Amanda Say - Class of 2020 (Junior)

    Amanda Say - Class of 2020 (Junior)

    Hometown: San Diego, CA
    High School: The Preuss School UCSD
    Thurgood Marshall College, 
    Human Biology
    Favorite Spot on Campus
    : Empty dance rooms
    On my bucket list: See the Northern Lights! 
    Advice to new students: Remind yourself that you deserve to be here! Don't let anything or anyone convince you otherwise.
  • Lizbeth Roman-Salgado - Class of 2021 (Sophomore)

    Lizbeth Roman-Salgado - Class of 2021 (Sophomore)

    Hometown: San Diego, CA
    High School: Lincoln High School
    Eleanor Roosevelt College, Public Health (Major),  Real Estate and Development (Minor)
    Favorite Spot on Campus: RIMAC, and ERC Green
    On my bucket list:To visit as many national parks as possible
    Advice to new students: Take it slow, adjusting to the college environment can be challenging but with time it will become much easier. Get along with your roommates! It will make your academic year feel less stressful. Last but not least, never give up. Every day you can start off fresh and you make the best out of it!

CASP Peer Leaders (CPLs)

The CPLs work with a caseload of 8-10 CASP students providing peer mentorship, support and counseling related to academic, personal, and sociocultural issues affecting their college transition.

The role of the CPLs is to foster a welcoming, safe, and inclusive community among entering students and to encourage student development and identity awareness through one-on-one meetings and quarterly group events. Any questions about our CPLs, or if you’re interested in applying to be a CPL in the future, please contact us at casp@ucsd.edu.

  • Kailah Cazares, Class of 2020 (Senior CPL)

    Kailah Cazares, Class of 2020 (Senior CPL)

    Hometown: Fontana, CA
    High School: Bloomington High School
    Earl Warren College, Management Science
    Favorite Spot on Campus: Oceanview Terrace
    On my bucket list: I want to take my dad to a Pittsburgh Steelers home game.
    Advice to new students: Take time for yourself in doing things that you love to do. Try not to drown yourself in homework and responsibilities -- it's okay to take breaks and have a little bit of fun sometimes!

  • Irene Lee, Class of (Senior CPL)

    Irene Lee, Class of (Senior CPL)

    Hometown: Taipei, Taiwan
    High School: Orange County School of the Arts
    Thurgood Marshall College, Human Biology Major, Global Health Minor
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    The Loft
    On my bucket list: Travel the world, try different food!
    Advice to new students: There is never one straight path to success. It is easy to doubt yourself when surrounded by such outstanding peers, but always remember you deserve to be here. Customize your path and don't forget to prioritize your own happiness and well-being in the process. Success is ultimately defined by you.

     

  • Jocelyn Aguilar, Class of 2020

    Jocelyn Aguilar, Class of 2020

    Hometown: Inglewood, CA
    High School:
    Animo Leadership Charter High School
    Thurgood Marshall College:
    Psychology with Specialization in Human Health (Major), Global Health (Minor)
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Raza Resource Centro
    On my bucket list:
    Learn how to surf.
    Advice to new students: 
    Be fearless towards things that might be new to you and if you are unsure be willing to reach out for help.
  • Victor Alcantar, Class of 2019

    Victor Alcantar, Class of 2019

    Hometown: Imperial California, CA
    Transfered from: Imperial Valley College
    Sixth College, Political Science, Public Law Major
    On my bucket list: Skydiving and going to Dubai
    Advice to new students: To all students, I would advise you join a club or sport to know more of your classmates and at the end of the day have adventures with them.
  • Osvaldo Alcazar Pulido, Class of 2019

    Osvaldo Alcazar Pulido, Class of 2019

    Hometown: San Diego, CA
    High School: Gompers Preparatory Academy
    Thurgood Marshall College, Communications major, business minor
    On my bucket list: Explore Europe, mainly Wales and Manchester
    Advice to new students: Remember to work hard and stay consistent because success is a journey not a destination.
  • Robertha Amezola, Class of 2019

    Robertha Amezola, Class of 2019

    Hometown: Tijuana/ Barrio Logan, CA
    Transfered from:
    San Diego City College
    Ear Warren College, 
    Microbiology Major
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Geisel Commons
    On my bucket list:
    Skydive, go to Mexico City to see the pyramids
    Advice to new students:
     Take it slow, ask or help, and do not compare your progress with others. Enjoy the ride!
  • Elizabeth Arreola, Class of 2019

    Elizabeth Arreola, Class of 2019

    Hometown:San Diego, CA
    Community College:
    San Diego City College
    Earl Warren College,
     Sociology - American Studies
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    UCSD Snake Path
    On my bucket list:
    Drive through every state in the US
    Advice to new students:
    There are plenty of resources available on campus to help you succeed so don't be afraid to ask for help!

  • Krishna Bhakta, Class of 2020

    Krishna Bhakta, Class of 2020

    Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
    High School:
    F. Bravo Medical Magnet High School
    John Muir College, 
    Human Biology 
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Biomedical Library, MOM Coffee shop
    On my bucket list:
    Travel around the world with my wonderful family, with my own money!
    Advice to new students: 
    Everything seems so new and confusing right now. Try not to feel overwhelmed, and remember to take advantages of all of your resources present. Do something new and different every day! Most importantly, take breaks and remember to breathe!
  • Joel Burke, Class of 2019

    Joel Burke, Class of 2019

    Hometown: Chula Vista, CA
    Community College:
    Southwestern College
    John Muir College, 
    Literature
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    OVT
    On my bucket list:
    Graduate on time
    Advice to new students: 
    Don't be afraid to make reach out and make connections with professors. Put in the effort both inside and outside of the class to show your professors that you are serious about your education and determined to succeed. Not only will they appreciate it, but you will likely end up with great support networks for building yourself up to your dream career.
  • Reyna Carrillo, Class of 2020

    Reyna Carrillo, Class of 2020

    Hometown: Bakersfield, CA
    High School:
    East Bakersfield High School
    John Muir College, 
    Marine Biology
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Y Mas (New favorite spot!!)
    On my bucket list:
    See a giant squid up close/Dissect a whale a la Animal Autopsy (a show)
    Advice to new students: 
    You belong here. You were accepted for a reason! Don't let failing a class or self-doubt be the driving factor of you leaving UCSD. Know that everyone genuinely wants you to succeed, you just need to make the first step towards getting help and resources.
  • Tony Do, Class of 2020

    Tony Do, Class of 2020

    Hometown: San Diego, CA
    High School:
    The Preuss School UCSD
    John Muir College, 
    Communications and Political Science (Public Law)
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Top of Revelle apartments
    On my bucket list:
    Visit all 50 states, travel across Southeast Asia, take a selfie on a Hawaiian mountatin, make my own non-profit
    Advice to new students:
    Continuously learn to improve, you are a student of life and you'll always learn how to be better than who you were yesterday. "Aim for the stars, don't settle for the clouds"
  • Verna Dries, Class of 2020

    Verna Dries, Class of 2020

    Hometown: Victorville, CA
    High School:
    University Preparatory High School
    Revelle College, 
    General Biology
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    6th floor of Keeling
    On my bucket list:
    To paraglide before I graduate
    Advice to new students: 
    There’s gonna be times where you hit some lows, but you just have to realize your strength, and get back up!
  • Mayra Garcia, Class of 2020

    Mayra Garcia, Class of 2020

    Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
    High School: King/Drew Medical Magnet High School
    John Muir College, Public Policy major
    On my bucket list: Go scuba diving
    Advice to new students: Don't be afraid to make new friends, everyone is on the same boat as you, and you will find people you can connect with. Just keep an open mind, and don't be quick to judge. One important thing is to not be afraid to ask for help, reach out to people and the resources available to you on campus.

  • Christián González Reyes, Class of 2019

    Christián González Reyes, Class of 2019

    Hometown: Anaheim, CA
    High School: Anaheim High School
    Thurgood Marshall College, 
    Spanish Literature & Latin American Studies
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    The coffee cart outside of Warren Lecture Hall
    On my bucket list:
    See all of Latin America
    Advice to new students: 
    Make yourself uncomfortable with new situations—albeit your academics, social life, interpersonal relationships, or what have you— it's the only way you will ever get to grow while you're at UCSD.
  • Chau Le, Class of 2019

    Chau Le, Class of 2019

    Hometown: Lancaster, CA
    High School:
    Quartz Hill High School
    Eleanor Roosevelt College, 
    General Biology
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Top of Keeling Apartments to catch the sunset!
    On my bucket list:
    Travel to all the big cities in the US!!
    Advice to new students: 
    Don't be afraid to put yourself out there. Go explore and venture. Consolidate meaningful relationships and connections. Time flies in college so make the best of your time here.
  • Tina Le, Class of 2020

    Tina Le, Class of 2020

    Hometown: Alhambra, CA
    High School:
    Alhambra High School
    Thurgood Marshall College, 
    Clinical Psychology
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Marshal College
    On my bucket list:
    Travel outside of the United States (which I will be doing this summer when I study abroad!)
    Advice to new students: 
    Definitely take the time to discover yourself during your time here at UC San Diego, whether that be by taking classes different from your major, exploring campus, joining different organizations, exploring San Diego, finding different hobbies, or meeting new people. Try new things! You never know where they will take you.
  • Amanda Lo, Class of 2018

    Amanda Lo, Class of 2018

    Hometown: San Leandro, CA
    High School:
    San Leandro High School
    Eleanor Roosevelt College,
     Biochemistry & Cell Biology and Psychology
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Balcony up on top of the Rady School of Management
    On my bucket list:
    Travel the world
    Advice to new students: 
    Life in college does not always progress the way that you think or want it to. Remember that there will always be people and resources that will guide you through those stormy days to reach the sunny ones. As long as you believe in yourself and stay true to who you are, everything will always be okay :)
  • Elysia Mac, Class of 2021

    Hometown: Downtown Los Angeles/East LA, CA
    High School:
    F. Bravo Medical Magnet High School
    Earl Warren College,
     Data Science
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Balcony outside of my suite
    On my bucket list:
    Going to see the low tides at Point Loma, San Diego Zoo!!
    Advice to new students: 
    Don't get disheartened if you face any academic or social struggles when entering UCSD. Remember that you are only a first year, and things will get better throughout the years - you will adjust.
  • Diep Nguyen, Class of 2021

    Diep Nguyen, Class of 2021

    Hometown: Vietnam
    High School:
    Lincoln High School
    Revelle College, 
    Biochemistry/Chemistry
    Favorite Spot on Campus: Galbraith
    On my bucket list:
    Travel to Switzerland
    Advice to new students: 
    As a first year college student, failing the first exam is okay. The most important thing is that you have learned how to improve better.
  • Priscilla Nguyen, Class of 2020

    Priscilla Nguyen, Class of 2020

    Hometown: Westminster, CA
    High School:
    La Quinta High School
    Thurgood Marshall College, 
    Political Science/Public Law
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    The Theater District by Revelle
    On my bucket list:
    Get a tattoo
    Advice to new students:
    Don't be afraid to show up to things by yourself. Don't be afraid to ask questions. Don't be afraid to take the initiative. 

    College is about personal growth and learning to be confident in yourself and your abilities. It's about leaning into your discomfort and conquering things you never thought you could. You're going to do amazing things here and we're here to support you on every step of the way.
  • Ilhan Nunow, Class of 2020

    Ilhan Nunow, Class of 2020

    Hometown: San Diego, CA
    High School:
    The Preuss School UCSD
    John Muir College,
     General Biology
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Biomed Library, Price Center, CASP Office
    On my bucket list:
    Live alone in a fancy apartment, own a cat, Doctors Without Borders, Meet my favorite K-pop stars face to face, Visit South Korea, Get Married
    Advice to new students: 
    Whatever you might be scared of or have doubts about coming into college, just let them go because everything will play out the way it's meant to be.
  • Kimberly Perez, Class of 2020

    Kimberly Perez, Class of 2020

    Hometown: Compton, CA
    High School:
    King/Drew Magnet High School
    Eleanor Roosevelt College, 
    International Business
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Starbucks
    On my bucket list:
    Travel around the World
    Advice to new students: College can get really difficult but sometimes you just need to take a breather, grab a cup of tea, and look at everything from a new angle.
  • Rudy Rivera, Class of 2019

    Rudy Rivera, Class of 2019

    Hometown: City Heights, CA
    Community College:
    San Diego City College
    Eleanor Roosevelt College, 
    History
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Teaching and Learning Commons
    On my bucket list:
    Take my Mom and Grandma on a trip to Switzerland
    Advice to new students: 
    Education is your craft; it is your chance to become not only a better scholar but also a stronger individual. Treat every day with a positive mindset and build off your short-term goals in order to achieve the long-term ones. Consistency is key, and the only impediment to your success is you!
  • Maria Soto, Class of 2019

    Maria Soto, Class of 2019

    Hometown: San Diego, CA
    High School:
    Gompers Preperatory Academy
    John Muir College, 
    Ethnic Studies
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Treetop
    On my bucket list:
    Bathe an elephant
    Advice to new students: 
    If you ever feel like you don't belong at this institution, please hang in there and believe in yourself. Many of us experience this at some point but you have to remind yourself that you got into UCSD for a reason. 

    During your first quarter, enjoy week 0. Attend as many events as you can because these are opportunities to make new friends and enjoy free food. 

    If you ever need help with your class schedule or are thinking of changing your major, visit your college advisors because they will help! They can also help you create a four year plan so you can be prepared.

    Lastly, this might be the first time y'all will be away from home and on your own. Make sure you are taking care of yourself mentally and physically. If you ever feel like you need a mental health day, take it.
  • Juliet Suen, Class of 2019

    Juliet Suen, Class of 2019

    Hometown: Penang, Malaysia
    High School:
    Dalat International School
    Earl Warren College,
     Human Biology
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Benches in between WLH
    On my bucket list:
    Backpack around SE Asia, skydive
    Advice to new students: 
    You live and you learn but never forget who you are or where you come from. Get involved on campus, meet new people, and make the most out of these next couple of years! It is such a blessing to be here so go out and soak it all up!
  • Lisa Ton, Class of 2020

    Lisa Ton, Class of 2020

    Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
    High School:
    F. Bravo Medical Magnet High School
    Eleanor Roosevelt College, 
    Physiology & Neuroscience
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Gliders Lounge
    On my bucket list:
    Run a marathon in San Diego
    Advice to new students: 
    Be kind to yourself and proud of who you are. Don't be afraid of challenging yourself to grow and think in new ways, you will be surprised by how much you can learn from your experiences. Be brave, be bold, and don't give up because you are capable of tapping into your fullest potential.
  • Maria Triplett, Class of 2020

    Maria Triplett, Class of 2020

    Hometown: San Diego, CA
    High School:
    Gompers Preperatory Academy 
    Earl Warren College, 
    Ethnic Studies and Public Health
    Favorite Spot on Campus:
    Marshall Field
    On my bucket list:
    Go to a The Weeknd Concert
    Advice to new students: 
    Everything you're currently being asked to do, you've already done it before in life. It's all just on a new level. You'll adjust and you'll do great.