Student Affairs


Student Affairs Office 

 

  • Office Phone: 619-660-4612

Dean of Student Affairs: Dr. Lauren Vaknin 

Student Services Specialist: Kendra Saucedo

Student Benefit Card

Students can purchase Benefit cards through Cuyamaca Cashiers Office or WebAdvisor
Student may pick Benefit Card at the Student Affairs Office during in person office hours.

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Voter Registration Events Information

Constitution Day and National Voter Registration Day PDF

 

Constitution Day

 

 

Register to Vote:

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Questions about Voter Registration?
For information regarding voter registration programs, please access:

Student Government Elections

Get Involved with the Associated Student Government! Apply for an appointed position- Due on September 3, 2021.

Click here to Apply

 

The campaigning period for candidates will begin once you receive approval from Dr. Lauren Vaknin, Dean of Student Affairs.  

 

Candidates will be contacted to schedule a meeting prior to campaigning.  

 

In order to be eligible to run in the election, you are required to attend (1) Associated Student Government meeting (via zoom for Spring Semester 2021). Meetings take place every Friday at 12:30 pm. You can request the meeting ID for zoom by emailing Lauren.Vaknin@gcccd.edu. 

 


 

E-Student Affairs Advising

 

You can submit your questions to Student Affairs, and a staff member will respond to your questions within two business days.  Once your question is answered, you will receive an email notification prompting you to sign back into E-Student Affairs Advising. If you do not receive an email, please proceed by signing back into E-Student Affairs Advising to view the response.

https://web4.gcccd.edu/Cuyamaca/eAdvising/StudentAffairs/Login.aspx

 

 

 

 

https://www.cuyamaca.edu/student-support/student-affairs/CCC%20March%202021.pdf

  

 
 
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The Student Affairs Office at Cuyamaca College is the one-stop area for student engagement opportunities offering you numerous ways to become involved on campus. For example, the Student Affairs Office has all of the contact information, making it easier for you to become involved.

 

By taking an active role on campus, you will not only meet new students and enhance your college experiences, but you will also augment your leadership skills. Take advantage of the wide array of available opportunities - participate in student organizations, serve on committees, run for elected office, plan a campus event, and/or participate in leadership development training programs. You have the ability to shape your own college experience, and the Student Affairs Office will provide you with the tools you need to succeed.

 

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Related Resources

Student Conduct Procedures
Student Equity Webpage