San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
San Diego Mesa College and San Diego Mesa College Foundation
Cordially invite you to the
San Diego Mesa College
21st Scholarship Awards Banquet
Friday, April 25, 2014
5:30 p.m. No Host Social Hour
6:30 p.m. Dinner
7:30 p.m. Scholarship Awards Program
9:30 p.m. Dancing
R.S.V.P by April 18, 2014
For information, please call 619-388-2699
Scholarship recipients attend for free.
Student tickets must be purchased in the Mesa College Office of Resource Development, A-103. Tickets are $15 per student. Mesa College student ID required.
Business Attire • Take the Trolley, see www.sdmts.com/Trolley/TrolleyStationinfo.asp
Hazard Center Drive Trolley Stop
Request for disability accommodations should be made no later than five working days prior to the event. Please call 619-388-2699 for more information or visit the Student Affairs Office in I4-408.
Tickets can be purchased using eventbrite, in person or by mail - San Diego Mesa College Office of Resource Development Office 7250 Mesa College Drive, A-103, San Diego, CA 92111. Make checks payable to Mesa College Foundation.
When & Where
San Diego Mesa College
Among the largest community colleges in California and the nation, San Diego Mesa College is a fully-accredited, comprehensive two-year college serving 25,000 students and offering more than 195 associate degree and certificate programs. With its premier Fine Art and Music programs, robust language offerings and rigorous math and science curricula, Mesa ranks as San Diego’s top transfer institution. The college also serves as an important economic catalyst for the region. Its career programs include Allied Health fields, Biopharmaceutical, Multimedia, Animal Health Technology, American Sign Language, Hospitality, Fashion, Architecture, Interior Design and more. Situated on a beautiful, suburban 104-acre mesa in the geographic center of San Diego, the college’s small classes, outstanding faculty, and reputation for quality offer an unparalleled academic experience. As a Title III and Title V eligible institution, Mesa College is committed to the success of all students, including underrepresented students and more than 1,000 veterans and their families.www.sdmesa.edu.
The mission of the San Diego Mesa College Foundation is to build its community, inspire excellence and create an enlightened tomorrow. As a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization, contributions to the San Diego Mesa College Foundation are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. To become involved or make a donation, please contact Anne Zacovic at (619) 388-2285.
For information about the Scholarship Dessert Ceremony call (619) 388-2699, visit the Student Affairs Office in I4-408 or email email@example.com