Adalberto & Ana Guerrero Student Center Graduation Convocation
“Through this ceremony, we are able to create space for a student population that is not always recognized or heard in the same ways other students are. When we are not given space, we must create our own.”
The Guerrero Student Center Graduation Convocation is a special celebration of the achievements of our Latinx students.
- All majors are invited and all students are welcome
- Bilingual (English/Spanish)
- Previous involvement in the Guerrero Student Center is not required.
- Mariachi Las Aguilas will entertain your family and friends before the ceremony begins.
- Cost, FREE, no tickets required.
- Guests – all are welcome, family, friends, neighborhoods, abuelitos, bring them all!
- Dress, you are encouraged to wear your cap and gown or business formal.
- Parking, arrangements will be made for free parking, TBA.
May 09, 2018, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Centennial Hall
All majors and All students are welcome to participate.
Abuelitas(os) Reaching Out to Mentor y Apapachar Students (abuelitas means grandmothers)
AROMAS provides an extended family at the UA that connects you to an ‘abuelita or abuelito’ and to their extensive professional network. They meet with students once a month to share their experiences, check in on your well-being and provide hugs and support through your successes and challenges at the UA.
Message from The Guerrero Student Center Abuelitas(os)
“On behalf of the the Guerrero Student Center Abuelitas(os), Welcome/Bienvenidos! We come to the Guerrero Student Center each month to participate in AROMAS, which literally translated means SCENTS or SMELLS in Spanish – it refers to the smell of the food that we traditionally prepare for you every month. As much as we enjoy feeding you, however, we enjoy talking with you even more. Our years of work experience, our contacts throughout the University and Tucson and our willingness to share all of this with you make our visits special. More importantly, we want to hear from you and how we can make your experience at the University of Arizona better.
Meet & Greets with Guerrero Student Center Staff
Meet & Greets are one way to connect with the staff, students, and faculty at the Guerrero Student Center.
Held the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, 2-4p in Chavez 211 Refreshments & Snacks provided!
Ua Cultural Centers’ Study Abroad Program
Vivir Mexico: Culture, History & People 5 week, 6-unit class
Experience “Vivir Mexico” and earn six credits learning about the culture, history and people of Mexico and the political and social bilateral issues faced by Mexico and the US. Spend one week in Mexico City, one week in Puebla, and one week in Guanjuato, and experience why UNESCO has designated them as “World Heritage” cities for their cultural and artistic wonders. - See more at: https://global.arizona.edu/study-abroad/program/vivir-m-xico