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Our Services

Resources Services
  • Printing
  • Kitchenette
  • Study area
  • Lounge area
  • Internet access
  • Conference room
  • Faculty office hours
  • Public Relations Center computer workstations
  • Scholarship information 
  • Internship/career information
  • Clubs/organizations directory
  • Book, video and audio resource library careers
  • Careers, events and news bulletin boards
  • Advising
  • Referrals
  • Cultural programs
  • Student mentoring
  • Leadership development
  • Academic resource referrals outreach
  • Recruitment and retention 
  • Volunteer and internship opportunities
  • Diversity training
  • Workshops and retreats
  • Professional and personal development opportunities
  • * Students may schedule a 1:1 meeting with center coordiantor to discuss anyone of the above topics: Thavery Lay-Bounpraseuth, tlay@cpp.edu or call 909 869-5025.

Public Relations Center

Located at the APISC, it is open to all students, student groups and organizations for the purpose of creating banners, making fliers and sharing innovative marketing ideas. Students may check out banner paint with their student IDs between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the APISC front desk. Computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and printing is free if you bring your own paper.

Graduate School Research Center

Located at the Cesar E. Chavez Center for Higher Education, it is a resource center to help individuals interested in pursuing a post-baccalaureate degree. A variety of information on national universities recruiting underrepresented students in master's degrees and doctorates is available. Information for law school, medical school and graduate school entrance examinations, admissions, professional development and career preparation is also available.

Staff and volunteer opportunities

The APISC carries out the university’s mission of “learn by doing” by offering students the opportunity to develop a wide range of skills that are transferable to any work place. Opportunities for educational programming and customer services skills allow students to contribute to the success of the APISC and allow them to grow and explore their own leadership and professional development. Volunteers and interns may also work with the coordinator to develop special projects for internship and/or class credit. 

Resource Library

The APISC Resource Library is free and open to the campus community. Asian and Pacific Islander-related books and videos are available for classroom instruction, research, personal enrichment and education. Books are loaned out for one month and videos are due back after one week. Any student assistant or the coordinator of the center will be more than happy to assist you in locating a specific book or video. If we do not carry a specific book or video, please let us know and we will put it on our list of books to order for the future. Please see below for a list of our books, journals and other reference materials. You can come to the APISC to browse our selection of audio and video resources.

Peer Mentor Program

  • Transition into university life
  • Get connected and take full advantage of academic resources on campus
  • Stay on track with coursework academic requirements
  • Get support from students in the A.P.I. community
Contact: Thavery Lay-Bounpraseuth - API Student Center Coordinator