Events & Workshops
Spring 2018 Probation Workshops:
Students that are on Academic Probation (SJSU GPA blow 2.0), a hold will be placed on their records to prevent students from registering for courses. In order for the hold to be lifted, students must attend a mandatory workshop. To sign up for a probation workshop, please use links below.
Dates are as follows:
- Jan 16th 3:00pm
- Jan 17th 12:00pm
- Jan 18th 3:00pm
- Jan 19th 12:00pm
- Jan 22nd 11:00am
- Jan 23rd 2:00pm
- Jan 26th 11:00am
Completed 90 Units? Apply For Gradutuation!
Students who have completed 90 units or more are encouraged to apply for graduation. Start here for more information.
All CoSS Majors Can Get Math & Writing Tutoring
Do you have problems starting your paper? Don't quite understand Standard Deviation?
The ACCESS Center now has writing and math tutors for College of Social Science (CoSS) Majors only. Here's our tutor's information:
Appointments are available through e-mail, and they are given priority.
For more information, contact us at, 408.924.5363
Grades First System is up and Running!
ACCESS is now running on Grades first system! You are able to create advising appointments from your laptop or PC at your leisure. www.sjsu.gradesfirst.com
ACCESS Welcomes our new Office Manager, Gabriela Quintero!
Gabriela Quintero is a Mexican-American first-generation college student who moved to San José from the small town of Salinas, CA, also known as "The Salad Bowl". As an undergraduate student at San José State University, she majored in Psychology. In her previous role as Program Coordinator of TRIO SSS at Mission College, Gabriela provided leadership, direction and coordination for the program and developed partnerships with staff, faculty and helped provide an inclusive climate supportive of first-generation, low-income, and students with disabilities. She enjoys making authentic connections with students, staff, and administrators in an effort to ensure a welcoming institutional culture is developed and sustained. Gabriela will soon apply for her Master's degree in Counseling Education at SJSU.