ASU plans big opportunities for students

By Luis Diaz

Vice President of Student Services Miguel Dueñas talked about Student Equity or SEAP 2.0. Dueñas explained how this new plan is more community-driven.
He said there is a difference between the first SEAP and the new and improved one.
Dueñas said the new program is transformational, fluid and dynamic.
He said it is race-conscious in an effort to inform other institutional plans.
The race-conscious design for the improved program is focused on the idea that all students matter.
The program tries to see racial inequity and address racial inequity and creating a new context, new collective and having new opportunities.
The Professional Development Committee resolution recommendations for opening day were approved and were about creating a hybrid system.
Kirby Dominguez, from the transfer center, said it is important to help students at East Los Angeles College get the classes they need when they transfer to a four-year university.
Dominguez said it can be difficult for students to get those classes, but it can be done by preparing for the upcoming students that depart in 2023.
This is the last Academic Senate meeting of the semester.
“What was accomplished was decent. I felt it was a decent job done this semester,” said First Vice President David Hale.
Leticia Barajas was made the second vice president. She was the only candidate running for that position.
The resolutions for the senate awards were approved and it involves a more focused committee that can identify and work with individuals and that helps students get awarded for their hard work.

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