Initiatives and Partnerships
Initiatives and Partnerships That Support SJSU
The Division of Student Affairs is committed to exploring, developing, and cultivating
partnerships with members of the internal and external campus community. These partnerships
have developed into initiatives that support our mission of advancing student learning
for a lifetime, supporting students in achieving their full potential, and promoting
an inclusive learning environment.
Student Affairs and Academic Affairs partnership:
Faculty-in-Residence and Faculty Fellows
African American/Black Student Success Center
Student Involvement Leadership
Student Involvement Student Engagement
Faculty in Residence Job Description
Faculty in Residence Application
Bringing together SJSU and the Santa Clara County Superintendents Association, ALAS is an educational alliance dedicated to nurturing a college-going culture among our Latino/a youth. For further information, contact Deanna Gonzales.
A conference for African American middle and high school students where they receive information about college preparation and admissions, careers, study strategies, financial aid, and scholarships. Students also experience campus life by touring the campus, connecting with college students and leaders, faculty and staff, and participating in campus activities. This conference is a partnership between the school districts, the university and several community organizations. The next middle school student summit is scheduled for March 2, 2018. More details to come.
Supported by SJSU and other academic, governmental and community organizations in the area, College Day San José brings teachers, volunteers, and local dignitaries into regional schools to promote a college-going culture.
For further information, contact Deanna Gonzales.
Each year the Campus Reading Program forges connections among SJSU students, staff, and faculty by selecting a best-selling book for participants to read over the summer and then analyze in small discussion groups at the start of fall semester.
The Solidarity Network is an affiliation of the following campus organizations designed to enrich student life: MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center, Student Health Center Wellness & Health Promotion, A.S. Cesar E. Chavez Community Action Center, PRIDE Center, and Gender Equity Center.
Super Sunday is a CSU program to connect with and inform African American students and their families about what it takes to get into college.
For further information, contact Romando Nash, AVP Student Services.