Welcome to Our Department
- Border and Transnational Studies;
- Expressive Arts;
- History, Language, and Culture of the Americas;
- Labor, Law, and Policy Issues
Congratulations! The Faculty and Staff of the César E. Chávez Chicana and Chicano Studies Department are looking forward to sharing this wonderful occasion with you.
Saturday, June 14, 2014
10:00 am -12:00 pm
Covel Commons, UCLA
*This is the only graduation ceremony at which you’ll be individually recognized.
The Departmental Celebration will include:
• Procession of faculty, instructional staff, guests and graduating majors and minors
• Naming of each graduating student (majors and minors)
• Recognition of honors thesis
• Each student will have 1 ½ minute to say a few words
• Closing remarks by the chair
• Group picture at end of ceremony
Events, News & Resources:
To our esteemed undergraduate students,
MEChA Calmecac is now accepting applications for the 2013-2014 academic year. MEChA Calmecac was the first Raza student-initiated, student-run and student-funded retention project in the country. Today, MEChA Calmecac is part of the Student Retention Center, which serves as a focal point for student activism and retention, working alongside other like-minded projects representing the retention needs of students of color on this campus.
Applications are due Tuesday, April 15, 2014 by 11:59 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and an information session will be hosted on Monday, April 10th 3-4pm in SAC Basement Conference Room 1.
Dear UCLA Community,
Join our Committee Meetings! Help us plan this year’s graduation
Visit our AB540 Student Resource Page for internships, scholarship opportunities, and more.
- 2014 Department Book Talks Mar 04, 2014
- Summer Internship Opportunity form the UCLA Downtown Labor Center Mar 03, 2014
- City Year Bruins - Post Grad Opportunity Feb 10, 2014
- MEChA de UCLA Raza Graduation 2014 Jan 27, 2014
- Congressional Internship Opportunity - Office of Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard Jan 08, 2014