Here we’ve provided resources for students seeking support or looking to get involved with the Asian American Resource Center.
MCAPS APIDA Drop-Ins
Every other week, the AARC hosts drop-in hours with professional staff such as Dr. Miao Li, Senior Staff Psychologist from Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services.
AARC Office Hours and Community Spaces
The AARC was hosts a variety of community spaces—some are formal spaces for reflection, especially in light of the violence that continues to occur within the APIDA community—others are more lighthearted spaces for students to catch up with each other.
To attend MCAPS Drop-Ins or AARC Office Hours, look out for flyers online or on-campus with information on available dates and times.
AARC on Social Media
- AARCivist Twitter
- AARCivist Instagram
- AARC Facebook
- STEP (Saturday Tongan Education Program): Facebook Page
- Rise Up!: Facebook Page
- AAPI Communities of the Inland Empire – oral histories of Asian American and Pacific Islanders in the Inland Empire
- Social Documentation & Asian Americans (ASAM86) Course Video Channel – Student Works & Voices of AAPI Experiences
- AARC Timelines – student-created timelines to preserve the history of AARC and other 5C AAPI student activism through the years.
- Pomona College
- Claremont McKenna College
- APAM (Asian Pacific American Mentoring Program) : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pitzer College
- APAC (Asian Pacific American Coalition)
- CAPAS (Center for Asian Pacific American Students)
- Scripps College
- Harvey Mudd College
- Intercollegiate Resources
- 5C AAPI EXPERIENCES
- “Model Minority Mutiny: AAPI Activism at the Claremont Colleges” by Teofanny Saragi PO’18, Esther Cheung PO’17, and Mabel Kyinn SCR’16
- “Breaking Bodies, Healing Waves,” a zine created by AAMP and AARC in Spring 2018
- “Looking Back: 5C APIDA Activism” by AARC Production Committee, Fall ’18
- Timelines created by AARC Interns throughout the years.