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.
Location: Centennial Hall
All majors and All students are welcome to participate.
For the Guerrero Student Center Graduation Convocation on May 12, 2021, the ceremony will be done via Youtube due to COVID-19. Please go to Quick links-Convocation & Awards for more information.
Abuelitas(os) Reaching Out to Mentor y Apapachar Students (abuelitas means grandmothers) Abuelitas Reaching Out to Mentor & Apapachar Students
Join us the 3rd Thursday of every month for a warm, free, and delicious homemade meal cooked with love by abuelitas (or grandmothers) from our community. Talk to the abuelitas, ask for their advice, and enjoy their delicious food. As our most popular recurring event, use this event as an opportunity to build community with the dozens of undergraduate students, graduate students, staff and faculty members it draws every time!
When: 3rd Thursday of every month, 12:00 pm- 1:30 pm
Where: Chavez 205 and 209
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.
Due to COVID-19, AROMAS is cancelled for the 2021 spring semester. Follow us on social media for more updates about events and programs. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us or contact one of our GSC staff members.
Think Tank Tutoring
César Chávez Heritage Week
Each March in conjunction with César Chávez Day, the Guerrero Student Center facilitates education around the importance of the Farm Workers’ Movement, the People who led it, and the Movement’s impact today. Come join the Guerrero Center in a week of educational programming, campus events, and community-based dialogue.
Students who would like to visit a licensed counselor or therapist at Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) at Campus Health, may do so at no cost through a referral by any of the Cultural and Resource Centers. If you would like a referral to this service, simply stop by any of the centers and ask a student worker to see a staff member, who can give you a paper copy, or email a staff member directly. Information stays confidential and is not recorded or tracked outside of the CAPS offices.
Due to COVID-19, for CAPS Referral, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you in contact with one of our GSC staff members.
Cultural Learning Communities
In partnership with the Thrive Center, the Guerrero Student Center offers student support aimed primarily to incoming freshman and transfer students. We offer MAS 299, Topics in Transformative education, a year-long, 1- unit a semester class focused on the holistic development and success of students through the pillars of Academic Skills, Professional Development, Identity Development/ Social Justice and Community Building. Students who are unable to attend the class have the option of attending biweekly workshops that cover similar topics. All students participating in the Cultural Learning Community meet biweekly with a Peer Mentor to assess their academic progress and get connected to any resources at the university they may need.
To enroll in the class, sign up to be assigned a Peer Mentor, or for any other questions contact Dominique Calza, email@example.com