25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, Hayward, CA 94542
Music Building, MB 1501
Office Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday
The College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences (CLASS) is a world of many activities that involve thousands of students and hundreds of faculty, as well as guest performers, artists, and lecturers. In addition to traditional academic departments, the College includes galleries, institutes, centers, and museums, and its activities span scholarship and research, community outreach, and performance. CLASS is a collection of distinctly individual departments, majors, and faculty experts, featuring an enormous array of courses and degree programs, in addition to scores of activities for both the on-campus student and the community.
The College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences is committed to educational engagement through theory and practice, which enables our students to enhance their understanding and appreciation of the human condition, diverse cultures and values, the natural world, and their own communities. CLASS students graduate with the foundation to be ethical and productive individuals, effective citizens, and informed participants in a global society.
Wendy Ng, Dean
Pat Jennings, Associate Dean
Sarah Nielsen, Interim Associate Dean
Institutes and Centers
School of Arts and Media
School of Global Humanities and Cultural Studies (Website Under Construction)
Friends of the Arts
CLASS Student Services Center (SSC), Eric Cheatham, Lead Coordinator., EMAIL: email@example.com
Services provided by CLASS SSC include:
- providing students with information about all programs in CLASS,
- connecting students to departments in CLASS and other campus units outside CLASS,
- advising and helping students to identify and solve problems concerning courses, contacts, appropriate forms and procedures, and other issues confronting the students,
- assisting students with academic administration paper work, such as late add, late drop, and late withdrawal petitions.