Equity at Lake Tahoe Community College means making sure that all of our students have access to the academic support, mentoring, and financial assistance they need to succeed in college and reach their full potential. Providing access and support isn’t new to LTCC: multiple initiatives and programs dedicated to improving access have been underway for many years. But the Equity Office strives to do something different by focusing on improving access and closing performance gaps for underrepresented students, many of whom are first-generation college students struggling with multiple jobs, language barriers, affordable childcare, and other obstacles that can hamper academic success.
- Services Offered
- Who is Eligible?
To be eligible for the Equity Program, students must:
- Be from an underrepresented student group, Hispanic/Latino or other ethnic minority group, former/current foster youth, homeless, undocumented, a student with a disability, veteran or first-generation college student
- Considered low income; eligibility determined by Promise Grant (BOG) fee waiver
- Committed to transferring to a 4-year school, or earning an AA degree or certificate
- Requirements to Stay in the Program
- How to Apply
- Get Involved
H.O.P.E Club (Hispanos Orgullosos Preparandose para la Excelencia)
This club intends to set up a stronger Latino community by volunteering, hosting events, and activities that students and community members can get involved in while also fundraising for scholarships for students with mixed immigration status as well as DACA (DREAMer) students. We encourage people of all races to participate and help build a stronger foundation for diversity.
Check out LTCC's videos on diversity!