Everyday mental health care
Taking care of our mental health is an everyday task, just like taking care of our physical health. Just like you want to get enough sleep, food, and water, you want to take care your emotional, mental, and spiritual needs.
One way you can do …Read More
Hello KIPP Alumni!
If nobody has told you today: You are amazing and resilient and intelligent!
As we have been meeting with many of you throughout the semester, we recognize that there are many academic challenges that come with online school during a pandemic (and so many other things …Read More
Read your syllabus for all of your classes carefully and make note of the important due dates, midterms, group projects, and finals. Also make note of important academic resources to get support if and when you need it.
Enter these dates on your calendar (phone calendar, …Read More
Hello KIPP Alumni!
We want to share some resources and updates. As spring semester/quarter comes to a close, we encourage you to do your best to finish strong! This semester did not go how we expected it to go. Despite the challenges, we want to celebrate your resilience, …Read More
First and foremost, we hope this message finds you in good health and good spirits, given the current public health crisis. We understand that every one is experiencing this situation a little differently depending on your campus protocols and situations. If you need any support navigating what …Read More
By now, you have probably heard from one of us asking about your fall semester/quarter grades. This may have brought up a lot of emotions about sharing your grades, so we really appreciate your willingness to work with us. Collecting your grades at the end of the …Read More
Read your syllabi for all of your classes carefully and make note of the important due dates, midterms, group projects, and finals.
Enter these dates on your calendar (phone calendar, google calendar, paper calendar, planner, etc); this should be the calendar that you see most often …Read More
Did you know that both the FAFSA & CADAA opened on October 1, 2019?
I know it may feel like you literally just filled out your financial aid application for this year, but it's time to apply again for next school year, 2020-2021. You will be using the …Read More
Greetings from your KTC Advisors!
Hi my name is Denise Castillo Chavez and I am a College Persistence Advisor. I graduated from Santa Clara University with a degree in Sociology and Ethnic Studies. I like listening to podcasts and music -- I almost always have something playing!
Hi my …Read More