Watermark Scholarship for Women in STEM The application period is now open for the Watermark Scholars program! Watermark is offering women in STEM scholarships for the fall 2021 academic term to provide much-needed support for college students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM)-related studies and careers. Two students will be selected from the pool of applicants, and awardees will each receive $5,000 to help continue their education. Please visit https://www.watermarkinsights.com/watermark-scholars to learn more about Watermark Scholars program!
News & Events
News & Events
Yesterday, Dr. Clem Harris engaged the ASA community with a wealth of historical and statistical information that painted a more complete picture of the Black Lives Matter movement as it is situated within a context of systemic racial violence and neglect that extends back decades.
The month of April is designated as Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Our ASA Community is a proudly diverse one, and we know first-hand the great benefit that Asian and Asian American perspectives and achievements bring to our classrooms, our faculty and staff, and our reputation in the world.
Thank you, President Valencia, for all that you do!
In observance of Easter, classes are suspended on Friday, April 2nd, and Sunday, April 4th.
First African American and Woman Chairperson of ASA College Board of Trustees, Julanne Reid, celebrates 1st Anniversary of Historic Election
Today marks the 1st Anniversary of Julanne Reid’s historic election as the first African American and woman Chairperson of ASA College’s Board of Trustees. It has been a year of unprecedented crisis with the pandemic forcing educational institutions of all levels to adapt to a new normal but through it all, Chairwoman Reid steadily led her fellow Trustees in providing sound advice and guidance to ASA College President Jose Valencia and his Executive Team, thereby allowing the institution to continue to thrive.
What kind of learner are you? Studying is an important part of college life, but if you’re not studying in a way that fits your learning style, it may not be very effective. Everyone is different, but the way people learn falls into a few general categories.