Programming & Events

Our ARC Peer Mentors work within Ethnic Studies courses and support transfer students to ease their anxiety and smooth their transition to SFSU classes. Peer mentors help to support their peers in areas related to wellness and career preparation, facilitate workshops, mentor students, act as role models, and generally support ARC program activities focused on wellness, community building, and career readiness. 

Stop by EP 100 on Mondays to Thursdays from 10:00AM - 4:00PM to get support from our peer mentors who run our study circles space alongside our team of REACH peer mentors! 

Each semester, we partner with Ethnic Studies faculty members to provide a supportive learning community that focuses on community building and career-readiness support. 

Consider adding these courses for Spring 2024:

Course & Class # Class # Faculty Day & Time Course Info Location
RRS 280.02: Disrupting Science Fiction 5877 Jamie Mann Tuesdays 12:30 - 3:15p GE: C3 or C2: Humanities/Lit BH 237
AAS 350.01: Filipina/os in the U.S. 9492 Irene Duller Tuesdays 4:00 - 6:45p GE: UD-D: Social Sciences GYM 115
AIS/RRS 433.01: Pacific Islanders in Film 9370 Lee Kava Thursdays 12:30 - 3:15p GE: UD-C: Arts and/or Humanities GYM 115
AFRS 466.02: Black Lives Matter 6360 Tiffany Caesar Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30 - 10:45a (Hybrid) GE: UD-D: Social Sciences BH 258
ETHS 570.01: Senior Capstone for Race, Ethnicity, and Health 9589 Grace Yoo Mondays 2:00 - 3:15p (Hybrid) GE: Upper Division EP 101
AAS 593.01: Asian Americans in Education 8865 Arlene Daus-Mabual Mondays 12:30 - 1:45p GE: F: Ethnic Studies BUS 210

This semester, we are piloting a new ARC Transfer Community Canvas page to stay connected to transfer students on campus and help share more information about resources available.

If you are interested in joining our Canvas community, please email

Continue to check our page for more updates on events and workshops this semester!