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Most Foothill College instruction and services will remain virtual through Spring and Summer 2021. Campus events will be offered virtually, including Zoom and/or phone. Please see each event for specifics.


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May 13, 2021
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Sneha Gandhi White, Co-author of International Women of Color Who Boss Up
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

Featuring FC English Professor Scott Lankford, and Foothill Alum, Sneha Gandhi White, a Bay Area Educator and Success Coach who helps to empower women of color nationwide

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 13, 2021
2 - 4 p.m.
ASFC Campus Council Weekly Meeting
Your Voice in Action, Join Us!
Join by Zoom

ASFC Campus Council meets weekly on THURSDAYS at 2-4 p.m. (VIRTUALLY via ZOOM this spring) except during finals, college breaks and summer session.

**Attend a meeting to see student leadership in action.

**Meetings are open to all students and staff.

**Share your voice!

To join by Zoom, see More Information.

More information.
Email: smalldaphne@foothill.edu
 

May 14, 2021
Apply for Grad Student Speaker
Application Due Sunday, May 16
Apply Online

Are you graduating this spring? Do you believe that you can inspire and motivate the class of 2021? Apply to be a speaker by May 16, 11:59 p.m., and if selected, auditions will be on May 19 from 1-6 p.m.

See eligibility, speaker guidelines and application at More Information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 14, 2021
12:15 - 1:30 p.m.
Stop the Hate
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

Join FC Communications Professor Che Meneses & Ohlone College Communication Studies Professor Larissa Favela, in a conversation on Biculturalism, focused on Anti-Racism, Anti-violence against Asian and all people of color.

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 14, 2021
8 a.m.-4:15 p.m.
Classified Professionals Day
Zoom

We have an entire day of virtual fun and learning planned, with a focus on Building Community & Relationships from Home. We'll be spending the morning in Campus/Area activities, and then branch out into District-Wide activities and workshops. We even have one activity scheduled that is in person (masked, of course), for those who are interested and comfortable! Contact your Classified Senate rep for details.

Note - some staff may be unavailable during this time.

 

May 15, 2021
Apply for Grad Student Speaker
Application Due Sunday, May 16
Apply Online

Are you graduating this spring? Do you believe that you can inspire and motivate the class of 2021? Apply to be a speaker by May 16, 11:59 p.m., and if selected, auditions will be on May 19 from 1-6 p.m.

See eligibility, speaker guidelines and application at More Information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 16, 2021
Grad Student Speaker Application Deadline

Are you graduating this spring? Do you believe that you can inspire and motivate the class of 2021? Apply to be a speaker by May 16, 11:59 p.m., and if selected, auditions will be on May 19 from 1-6 p.m.

See eligibility, speaker guidelines and application at More Information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 17, 2021
1:30-3:30 p.m.
Art Spotlight & Open Mic
Part of the RSL Symposium
Zoom (register for link)

Participants are encouraged to use this event as a safe space for expression! Each participant will be

allotted 5 minutes (or more, if requested) to present their artwork to attendees over Zoom. If interested in performing, fill out the form at https://bit.ly/3eA9JdM.

 

May 17, 2021
10 - 11:15 a.m.
Generation Rising
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

Join Sociology Professor John Fox and Equity Librarian Laura Gamez as they facilitate a discussion on Generation Rising from the PBS documentary series Asian Americans. "During a time of war and social tumult, a young generation fights for equality in the fields, on campuses and in the culture, and claim a new identity: Asian Americans. The war's aftermath brings new immigrants and refugees who expand the population and the definition of Asian America."

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 17, 2021
12 - 1:30 p.m.
Mental Health Student Panel
Join by Zoom

Hear your peers share their personal experiences with their mental health journeys!

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
 

May 18, 2021
10 - 11:15 a.m.
'Chinatown Rising' Excerpts and Discussion
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

Against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-1960s, a young San Francisco Chinatown resident armed with a 16mm camera and leftover film scraps from a local TV station, turned his lens onto his community. Totaling more than 20,000 feet of film (10 hours), Harry Chuck's exquisite unreleased footage has captured a divided community's struggles for self-determination. Chinatown Rising is a documentary film about the Asian-American Movement from the perspective of the young residents on the front lines of their historic neighborhood in transition. Through publicly challenging the conservative views of their elders, their demonstrations and protests of the 1960s-1980s rattled the once quiet streets during the community's shift in power. Forty-five years later, in intimate interviews these activists recall their roles and experiences in response to the need for social change. Discussion and Q&A with the film's Co-director, Josh Chuck, follows the excerpts.

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 18, 2021
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Zoom Fatigue with Dr. Paul Marcille
Join by Zoom

Learn how to combat Zoom fatigue and burnout with Dr. Paul Marcille

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
 

May 18, 2021
3 p.m.
Inter Club Council (ICC) Meeting
RSVP to Join by Zoom

Elected or appointed ICC student club representatives meet weekly with the ASFC elected VP of ICC and advising Student Activities Specialist on Tuesdays to vote on all club activation/reactivations, fund request forms, and activity petitions.

ANNOUNCEMENT: May 18 (due 24 hours prior to the 3 p.m. ICC meeting) is the Last day to Activate/Reactivate a Spring Club via https://foothill.edu/clubs/start.html

To join by Zoom, please email Erin Ortiz at ortizerin@foothill.edu

The club council offers students an opportunity to witness, learn, practice and enhance basic business practices, cultural competency, event coordinating, budgeting, communications, power skills and parliamentary procedure, while enjoying club cross collaboration and community while presenting paperwork, making club announcements, partaking in quarterly Club Day and much more!

The ICC rep is the required liaison for the club, and their service leadership role consists of voting on all actionable items with their club's purpose statement, constitution and best interest in mind.

The ICC rep is the public information officer and liaison for the club. An average of 70 club reps per quarter complete learning outcomes, such as parliamentary procedure, time management, basic business practices, budgeting, public relations standards, cultural competency, event coordinating practices, speech communications, persuasion, trouble shooting, critical thinking and much more. Being a club leader proves commitment, collaboration, compassion, cultural competency and much more and is a part of a students personal and professional portfolio, college applications and job resume.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@foothill.edu
 

May 19, 2021
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Movies for Mental Health
Virtual Event

Connect with yourself and others through films about mental health.

For Virtual Event registration, see more information

More information.
 

May 19, 2021
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Mete Özel, Turkish Poet
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

Join us for a lecture series featuring FC English Professor Scott Lankford, and Turkish Poet Mete Özel!

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 19, 2021
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
UC Merced Representative Virtual Visit
Virtual

Visit with our UC Merced representative virtually to ask questions about UC Merced and if it is a great fit for your future.

 

May 19, 2021
11 a.m - Noon
Art & Wellness: Zentangle with Alexis Donato
De-stress Wednesdays this spring
Join by Zoom

Need some mindfulness in your routine? Looking to reduce stress, calm your body, be creative and have fun? Join us for an hour of Zentangle drawing!

Join by Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/97388518436

To learn more about the art of Zentangle and what you'll bring to participate, see More Information.

More information.
 

May 20, 2021
9:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
Research & Service Leadership Symposium
A Virtual Day & Evening Event This Year!
Sessions Held In Zoom

The Research and Service Leadership Symposium provides students an opportunity to expand their learning beyond the walls of the classroom (or the confines of the screen), to investigate their world through in-depth research projects, to create and participate in worthwhile service learning activities, including original creative arts projects, and to present their newfound knowledge, insights and experiences to the campus community.

Students gain experience presenting in a professional conference setting on the virtual campus through presentations, performance, displays and discussion.

The Symposium itself is the culminating event of these student projects.

THE RSL SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE INCLUDES:

*A full day and evening of presentations, peer discussion forums, art galleries, and creative performances.

*Awards ceremony, keynote speaker and closing celebration.

Join us for one session or all throughout the day.

OPENING CEREMONY: 9:30 AM-10 AM

PRESENTATIONS: 10 AM-6 PM

AWARDS CEREMONY: 7 PM-8 PM

For session Zoom access, see More Information.

More information.
Email: hermanallison@fhda.edu
 

May 20, 2021
12 - 2 p.m.
LGBTQ Awareness with Q Corner
Join by Zoom

Learn about important issues surrounding the LGBTQ+ community.

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
 

May 20, 2021
2 - 4 p.m.
ASFC Campus Council Weekly Meeting
Your Voice in Action, Join Us!
Join by Zoom

ASFC Campus Council meets weekly on THURSDAYS at 2-4 p.m. (VIRTUALLY via ZOOM this spring) except during finals, college breaks and summer session.

**Attend a meeting to see student leadership in action.

**Meetings are open to all students and staff.

**Share your voice!

To join by Zoom, see More Information.

More information.
Email: smalldaphne@foothill.edu
 

May 21, 2021
11 a.m.-12 p.m.
STEM Alumni Panel

Interested in learning about the STEM field from Foothill alumni? Join our panel where you can learn more about transferring and the transition to workforce from Foothill alumni! Hosted by the Science Learning Institute and Outreach Department. Fill out the interest form to get the most out of the panel.

https://forms.gle/Q7rMEzuKTpauUdCR9

Webinar at: https://fhda-edu.zoom.us/j/94427950976?pwd=VnJ6Wjgvd1VudWpLVmdQdUs2WHlEQT09

More information.
 

May 21, 2021
12- 1 p.m.
Active Minds Speaker, Abraham Sculley
Coping and Combatting Stigma During Covid-19
Join by zoom

Come hear a black man's journey to reclaim his mental health.

for Zoom registration see more information

More information.
 

May 24, 2021
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Start Asian Love through Hip Hop
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

Bay Area performers from Str8jacket (a predominant Asian dance team) and Hip Hop for Change (a non-profit) utilize dance as a tool for resiliency and activism. Together, they present on Afro-Asian solidarity, racial trauma, training, and healing resources.

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 24, 2021 - May 25, 2021
Round 1: Business Innovation Challenge
Experience the Challege on May 24-25
View Presentations Online

Student teams will share their innovative ideas online in an asynchronous format as part of this year's virtual Business Innovation Challenge.

Then the best ideas will be selected to participate in the second round on Friday, May 28 from 2-5 p.m. Selected teams will present live online before a panel of distinguished judges in the style of "Shark Tank."

For online access to the first-round presentations, see More Information.

More information.
Email: lewlaurence@fhda.edu
 

May 25, 2021
11 a.m - Noon
Leadership Experience
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

A&PI Heritage Month Co-Chair, ICC Secretary, FEI Intern, & DreamVolunteers ESL teacher Fatai Heimuli will talk about how her Pacific Islander identity has impacted her passion for service learning. She'll go into depth about her experiences mentoring youth for first-time employment, teaching across borders, as well as the various leadership roles she currently holds on-campus.

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 25, 2021
3-4 p.m.
Equity Empowerment
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

Featuring Pauline Brown, FEI, and APAN! Check back for more information.

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 25, 2021
3 p.m.
Inter Club Council (ICC) Meeting
RSVP to Join by Zoom

Elected or appointed ICC student club representatives meet weekly with the ASFC elected VP of ICC and advising Student Activities Specialist on Tuesdays to vote on all club activation/reactivations, fund request forms, and activity petitions.

To join by Zoom, please email Erin Ortiz at ortizerin@foothill.edu

The club council offers students an opportunity to witness, learn, practice and enhance basic business practices, cultural competency, event coordinating, budgeting, communications, power skills and parliamentary procedure, while enjoying club cross collaboration and community while presenting paperwork, making club announcements, partaking in quarterly Club Day and much more!

The ICC rep is the required liaison for the club, and their service leadership role consists of voting on all actionable items with their club's purpose statement, constitution and best interest in mind.

The ICC rep is the public information officer and liaison for the club. An average of 70 club reps per quarter complete learning outcomes, such as parliamentary procedure, time management, basic business practices, budgeting, public relations standards, cultural competency, event coordinating practices, speech communications, persuasion, trouble shooting, critical thinking and much more. Being a club leader proves commitment, collaboration, compassion, cultural competency and much more and is a part of a students personal and professional portfolio, college applications and job resume.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@foothill.edu
 

May 26, 2021
7 p.m.
A Little Talk About Aliens
YouTube

Dr. Adam Frank of the University of Rochester will give a free, illustrated, non-technical lecture he calls:

"A Little Talk About Aliens: Techno-signatures and the New Science of Life in the Universe"

Online at YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/SVAstronomyLectures

[if you go to this address the evening of the talk you will see and be able to participate in the live event; we will also make a recording]

The talk is part of the Silicon Valley Astronomy Lecture Series (through Foothill College), now in its 21st year.

Today, the search for intelligent, civilization-building life in the Universe is undergoing a profound renewal. Thanks to the discovery of thousands of planets orbiting other stars, the introduction of new observing technologies, and increased support from both public and private sectors, a new science of searching for "techno-signatures" is emerging.

In this talk Dr. Frank will unpack this frontier area, discussing what counts as a techno-signature; how to be systematic in thinking about exo-civilizations and their evolution; what techno-signatures can tell us about our own future. He believes that within the next few decades we will likely have actual data relevant to the question life, perhaps even the intelligent kind, in the Universe.

Dr. Adam Frank is a leading expert on the final stages in the evolution for stars like the Sun, but his current work also focuses on life in the universe. His research group at the University of Rochester has developed advanced supercomputer tools for studying how stars form and how planets evolve. His most recent book is Light of the Stars: Alien Worlds and the Fate of the Earth, which won the 2019 Phi Beta Kappa Award for Science. He has written two other books, The Constant Fire: Beyond the Religion and Science Debate, and About Time: Cosmology and Culture at the Twilight of the Big Bang. He is the co-founder of the blog 13.8 on BigThink.com and an on-air commentator for NPR's All Things Considered. He has contributed pieces to the New York Times, NBC, The Washington Post and elsewhere, and served as the science consultant for Marvel's Doctor Strange. Frank's work in public outreach was recently honored via the American Physical Society's 2020 Joseph A. Burton Forum Award.

The lecture is co-sponsored by:

* The Foothill College Science, Tech, Engineering & Math Division

* The SETI Institute

* The Astronomical Society of the Pacific

* The University of California Observatories (including Lick Observatory).

Past lectures in the series can be found on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/SVAstronomyLectures

 

May 26, 2021
Noon - 1 p.m.
Ethnic Studies Panel
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

Join us as we engage in community discourse surrounding Pacific Islander historical erasure, the importance of establishing ethnic studies, and the impact this could have on PI students. The panel will feature members of the Chabot college community, as they have been successful in establishing 'Intro to Pacific Islands and Oceania Studies'.

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 26, 2021
3-4 p.m.
Orientalism in Picture Postcards
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

Picture postcards of SF Chinatown from the early 1900s were used to spread stereotypes of the Chinese both in the United States and abroad. Join FC Photography Professor Ron Herman and students from PHOT 8H to learn about their project that explores the artistic conventions that were employed by postcard photographers/publishers and illustrates the spread of these racial stereotypes.

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 26, 2021
11 a.m - Noon
Art & Wellness: Zentangle with Alexis Donato
De-stress Wednesdays this spring
Join by Zoom

Need some mindfulness in your routine? Looking to reduce stress, calm your body, be creative and have fun? Join us for an hour of Zentangle drawing!

Join by Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/97388518436

To learn more about the art of Zentangle and what you'll bring to participate, see More Information.

More information.
 

May 26, 2021
10 am - 3 pm
University of the Pacific Representative Virtual Visit
virtual

Visit with the University of the Pacific representative. Sign up at this link. https://bit.ly/MaureenLaird

Website: https://foothill.edu/transfer/index.html
 

May 27, 2021
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Women in Bangladesh
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

Featuring FC English Professor Scott Lankford, and Foothill Alum, Kareeda Kabir. Kareeda is a principal contributor the new anthology "No Planet B: A Teen Vogue Guide to the Climate Crisis" focusing on women in Bangladesh

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 27, 2021
2 - 4 p.m.
ASFC Campus Council Weekly Meeting
Your Voice in Action, Join Us!
Join by Zoom

ASFC Campus Council meets weekly on THURSDAYS at 2-4 p.m. (VIRTUALLY via ZOOM this spring) except during finals, college breaks and summer session.

**Attend a meeting to see student leadership in action.

**Meetings are open to all students and staff.

**Share your voice!

To join by Zoom, see More Information.

More information.
Email: smalldaphne@foothill.edu
 

May 28, 2021
Noon - 1 p.m.
Reading & Conversation with Author Karen Tei Yamashita
Part of API Heritage Month
Join by Zoom

Writer and National Book Award nominee, Karen Tei Yamashita, will join Foothill to discuss her work, including the acclaimed I Hotel which chronicles the Asian American movement in San Francisco during the 60s and 70s. Comprised of stories that capture a wild array of perspectives, the novel uses equally wild literary innovation to imagine past social justice struggles--including battles to establish college Ethnic Studies programs, to protest war in Asia, and to fight against anti-Asian violence and aggression at home. Across her works, Yamashita exposes and satirizes past moments, and with rollicking humor and insight speaks loudly to our current reality. Yamashita's numerous works, including Tropic of Orange, Circle K Cycles, Letters to Memory, and most recently Sansei and Sensibility, are widely revered for their transnational focus and for bending the boundaries of genre in order to call critical attention to flows of labor, struggles for justice (visible and disappeared), and the act of storytelling.

For Zoom registration see more information.

More information.
Email: ortizerin@fhda.edu
 

May 28, 2021
1-2:30 p.m.
STEM and Service Leadership Panel
Part of STEM Equity Seminars for Owls
Zoom

Community Engagement in STEM Classrooms: Building Community Partner Relationships and Enhancing Learning

Community engagement is happening in many different forms at Stanford University through the work of the Haas Center for Public Service. Join us to hear how they are making service leadership a reality in the classroom.

More information.
 

May 28, 2021
2-5 p.m.
Round 2: Business Innovation Challenge
Watch the final selection of BIC winners!
Join by Zoom

Student teams will share their innovative ideas online in an asynchronous format as part of this year's virtual Business Innovation Challenge from May 24-25.

Then the best ideas will be selected to participate in this second round. Selected teams will present live online before a panel of distinguished judges in the style of "Shark Tank."

For zoom access to the live presentations, see More Information.

More information.
Email: lewlaurence@fhda.edu
 

May 28, 2021
Last Day to Drop with a "W"

Drop by the deadline to receive a grade of "W." See more information for how to drop a class, with special attention to rules about repeating a class.

More information.
 

May 31, 2021
Memorial Day Holiday
Virtual offices closed and no classes held

In observance of Memorial Day, all Foothill virtual offices will be closed and no classes will be held.

 

June 02, 2021
11 a.m - Noon
Art & Wellness: Zentangle with Alexis Donato
De-stress Wednesdays this spring
Join by Zoom

Need some mindfulness in your routine? Looking to reduce stress, calm your body, be creative and have fun? Join us for an hour of Zentangle drawing!

Join by Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/97388518436

To learn more about the art of Zentangle and what you'll bring to participate, see More Information.

More information.
 

June 03, 2021
2 - 4 p.m.
ASFC Campus Council Weekly Meeting
Your Voice in Action, Join Us!
Join by Zoom

ASFC Campus Council meets weekly on THURSDAYS at 2-4 p.m. (VIRTUALLY via ZOOM this spring) except during finals, college breaks and summer session.

**Attend a meeting to see student leadership in action.

**Meetings are open to all students and staff.

**Share your voice!

To join by Zoom, see More Information.

More information.
Email: smalldaphne@foothill.edu
 

June 04, 2021
5:45 p.m.
Reconocimineto 2021
Virtual Details TBA

In honor of our Latino students who are graduating, transferring, or receiving degrees/certificates, La Organizacion Latino Americana de Foothill College (OLA), Puente Program along with the Reconocimiento Committee, cordially invite you to celebrate with us as we honor and recognize YOU at the 23rd Annual Foothill College Reconocimiento.

For details please see more information.

More information.
Email: rodriguezcatalina@fhda.edu
 

June 09, 2021
11 a.m - Noon
Art & Wellness: Zentangle with Alexis Donato
De-stress Wednesdays this spring
Join by Zoom

Need some mindfulness in your routine? Looking to reduce stress, calm your body, be creative and have fun? Join us for an hour of Zentangle drawing!

Join by Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/97388518436

To learn more about the art of Zentangle and what you'll bring to participate, see More Information.

More information.
 

June 10, 2021
2 - 4 p.m.
ASFC Campus Council Weekly Meeting
Your Voice in Action, Join Us!
Join by Zoom

ASFC Campus Council meets weekly on THURSDAYS at 2-4 p.m. (VIRTUALLY via ZOOM this spring) except during finals, college breaks and summer session.

**Attend a meeting to see student leadership in action.

**Meetings are open to all students and staff.

**Share your voice!

To join by Zoom, see More Information.

More information.
Email: smalldaphne@foothill.edu
 

June 10, 2021
6-7:30 p.m.
Harambee & Umoja Celebration

Details to come

More information.
 

June 11, 2021
3-4:30 p.m.
BSS Celebration
Join by Zoom

Details to come

More information.
 

June 16, 2021
6:30-8:30 p.m.
Transfer Celebration

Details to come

More information.
 

June 16, 2021
11 a.m - Noon
Art & Wellness: Zentangle with Alexis Donato
De-stress Wednesdays this spring
Join by Zoom

Need some mindfulness in your routine? Looking to reduce stress, calm your body, be creative and have fun? Join us for an hour of Zentangle drawing!

Join by Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/97388518436

To learn more about the art of Zentangle and what you'll bring to participate, see More Information.

More information.
 

June 17, 2021
2 - 4 p.m.
ASFC Campus Council Weekly Meeting
Your Voice in Action, Join Us!
Join by Zoom

ASFC Campus Council meets weekly on THURSDAYS at 2-4 p.m. (VIRTUALLY via ZOOM this spring) except during finals, college breaks and summer session.

**Attend a meeting to see student leadership in action.

**Meetings are open to all students and staff.

**Share your voice!

To join by Zoom, see More Information.

More information.
Email: smalldaphne@foothill.edu
 

June 23, 2021
11 a.m - Noon
Art & Wellness: Zentangle with Alexis Donato
De-stress Wednesdays this spring
Join by Zoom

Need some mindfulness in your routine? Looking to reduce stress, calm your body, be creative and have fun? Join us for an hour of Zentangle drawing!

Join by Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/97388518436

To learn more about the art of Zentangle and what you'll bring to participate, see More Information.

More information.
 

June 25, 2021
6 p.m.
61st Annual Commencement Ceremony
Please join us to celebrate the graduating Class of 2021!
Online - details to come

Congrats Grads, you did it Owls! You and your family and friends are cordially invited to join the Foothill family for our 61st Annual Commencement Ceremony, which will be held virtually for you, the graduating class of 2021!

Information and deadlines for the following will be coming soon, including regalia ordering, student speaker and applying for graduation.

Schedule an appointment with your academic counselor now to complete your application to graduate. See https://foothill.edu/counseling/petition.html

More information.
 

July 05, 2021
Spring Grades Available
View your final grades in MyPortal

View your final grades for spring starting Jul. 5 in MyPortal.

More information.
 
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