The Center for Student Advocacy and Cultural Support provides comprehensive programs and services for all students. Especially those who may be: first generation, economically disadvantaged, or have disabilities. Our goal is to promote access, academic persistence, and achievement within a diverse student body. Our services are designed to help students stay in school and achieve their academic goals, including providing assistance in transferring to four-year institutions.
Unleash Your Leadership Potential
The Men of Distinction program is a Fall or Spring starting cohort for male students which provides brotherhood, and an environment that fosters growth.
Tacoma Community College's re-entry program for justice involved students.
The Titan PULSE Mentors aim to inspire students on their journey to success. Whether it's talking to you about your Pathway, or providing you with meaningful skill-building opportunities, PULSE Mentors are here to support you and your individual needs.
Providing Food for Thought
The Max & Margi Harned Titan Food Pantry provides food to get you through the day, and food for home to help you fill in your budget. It also can resource referrals to services in the community to help with food insecurity.
THE STAFF WHO SUPPORT YOU
Supplying financial assistance for currently enrolled students who demonstrate a financial need-- including DACA and undocumented students.
Providing relief for students who find themselves facing food insecurity.
Providing scholarship search assistance as a representative from our national nonprofit partner: College Success Foundation.
Working with students experiencing financial hardships that could potentially impact school attendance or overall education. Conducts strengths-based conversations to connect students with both on-campus and community resources. Providing funding to students based on unmet needs.
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