Office of Student Equity and Success

Mission College students
What is Equity?

Equity is the diligent treatment of the entire campus community through justice, honesty, and freedom from bias.

  • Our campus community includes students and college/district staff, faculty, and administrators. 
  • Equity recognizes the unique needs of our diverse student body while understanding the impact of when their needs are not met; it’s meeting students where they are in order for them to be successful.
  • Through data-informed evaluation and inquiry, we continually implement and sustain strategies aimed at creating more responsive systems toward increasing success for disproportionately impacted groups.
  • In lifting up disproportionately impacted groups, we begin to lift all students college-wide toward achieving success.

As defined by the Mission College Student Equity & Success Committee -  April 5, 2017.


 

Equality and Equity
 

 

Why does it matter to me?

Mission Students

Creating a more just and fair world may seem to some as lofty ideals. But the consequences of not taking actions and improving the conditions for all (regardless of whether you consider yourself as disadvantaged or not) are evident worldwide.

Educational poverty impacts a person’s mental, emotional, and financial livelihood. This poverty has implications for the stability and success of a community and a nation in the long term.

You may not see yourself as an agent of change but dig deeper into this critical issue and you will find out just how powerful and influential you can become simply by finding your VOICE and letting it be heard.

What can I do?

Club Day

Presentations from the Student Leadership Engagement Institute Capstone

Friday June 10th 2016 Morning Session:

http://mcmedia.missioncollege.edu/static/fd668032-eb03-4441-8600-224ffbb5d1d9/track-2/20160610_084838_019.mp4

Afternoon Session:

http://mcmedia.missioncollege.edu/static/05138d46-44ee-46e6-b574-bb1ce4d7a18e/track-3/20160610_131200_019.mp4

 

 

 
The Teaching and Learning Institute Projects Supporting Equity

The following are projects from the Teaching and Learning Institute developed by Mission College faculty and staff to support equity. Please check them out and be inspired!

The Teaching and Learning Institute comprise of faculty and staff who share this common vision:

  • Mission College is a strong community of innovative educators who are committed to active student learning and engagement.
  • Mission College students experience a strong sense of community and are confident in their voice and ability to actively participate in all aspects of their learning.
  • Teaching and Learning Practices at Mission College are culturally responsive and promote a sense of cultural integrity for all students.

Myo Myint - Personal Stories of Discrimination by ESL Students at Mission College

Julie Vu - Strengthening Student Ambassadors’ Equity and Advocacy Voice

Karen Gee - In-Class Writers’ Workshop 

Marina Broeder and Monica Rivas – My Mission College Story

Jouney Chong, Chigusa Katoku and Gaozong Park- Volunteer Program

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Creation of this website funded by AANAPISI

A very special thank you to Nani Jackins-Park, Ken Songco, John Mosby, Richard Alfaro, Ken Oda and the faculty, staff, students and administrators who provided support, resources and ideas to create this online presence for Equity at Mission College.

For comments and questions, please contact Thuy Trang at thuy.trang@missioncollege.edu or (408) 855-5081. 

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