Kumeyaay Studies
Stan Rodriguez


History, Humanities & Philosophy Department

Moriah Gonzalez-Meeks, Chair



Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Division

Lauren Halsted, Interim Dean


Kumeyaay Studies

This program is designed to provide students with skills in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing in the Kumeyaay language. This program also provides students with knowledge of Kumeyaay history, humanities, and science. FInally, it gives students a greater understanding of Native American cultures and prepares them for international and domestic career opportunities.


Most courses satisfy General Education requirements for Community Colleges (Cuyamaca College) and Universities (California State University, University of California, etc.) and are fully transferable to any California Community College or University within the University of California or California State University system as well as other four-year institutions.


For the suggested sequence of courses to be taken and/or for assistance in transferring to a four-year institution, students should consult the Counseling Center or the Kumeyaay Studies Program Coordinator, Dr. Stan Rodriguez at stan.rodriguez@gcccd.edu


For more information about the Kumeyaay Studies Program contact Stan Rodriguez at stan.rodriguez@gcccd.edu



Stan Rodriguez

Ethan Banegas

Rebekah Loveless

Michelle Garcia


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