Spring 2020 classes have resumed online.Please visit
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learn how to prepare for online classes.
Richland College recognizes that there is a need for AAPI leadership representation. The AAPI Lead Program gives students the opportunities to attend leadership courses at no cost for tuition or books.
The AAPI Student Leadership Development Program creates student leaders by:
The program includes three tiers:
In both Tier 1 and Tier 2, participants will also gain personal inspiration by participating in guest speaker events from both the Honors Academy and AAPI Leadership Program speakers. The former will address topics of broad interest; the latter will focus on the AAPI experience in college and in life, to provide AAPI participants perspective on their own identities and cultures.
Megan Farmer at 972-238-6268 or
Maho Kaping at 972-238-6958.