Multicultural Center at College of San Mateo - Overview
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No classes Nov. 25-28, 2021
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Dec. 12-18, 2021
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Dec. 23-21, 2021
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Multicultural Center

Overview

Please note: Due to the shelter-in-place order announced for San Mateo County on 3/16/2020, our physical location on the College of San Mateo campus will be closed until further notice.

We are still available to serve you remotely! To speak to someone via zoom you can use our digital drop-in: https://smccd.zoom.us/j/196221961 MWTh 10-2pm, T 12-4pm, & F 9-1pm. Please call us (650) 574-6120, email us at csmmccdc@my.smccd.edu, or connect with us on Instagram @csm_mccdc and we will respond as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience. 

If you are seeking food, housing or any other community resource, please call 211, contact your nearest San Mateo County Core Agency or CSM Sparkpoint.

Do you need support paying for books, transportation, and supplies for Fall 2021?
Apply to our additional services program today!

Contact Us

Multicultural & Dream Center
College Center Building 10
Room 180
csmmccdc@my.smccd.edu
(650) 574-6120
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Fall Hours
Mon/Wed/Thu 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Tue 10:30 am - 6:00 pm
Fri 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
See our Fall 2021: MCCDC Additional Services Interest Form for more information or to apply! 


The Multicultural Center and Dream Center (MCCDC) is a safe haven for underrepresented students in college settings. Rooted in social justice, activism, and community empowerment, the MCCDC provides a safe space for students to implement change in their communities. 

The MCCDC a student-run center open to serve all students, regardless of background. The program's emphasis is the recruitment and sustained enrollment of students who seek to continue their educational opportunities while improving language skills and overcoming social and/or economic disadvantages.

The MCCDC serves numerous communities including AB540/Undocumented communities, LGBTQIA+ Communities, English as a Second Language Students, Current and Former Foster Youth.

Listen to our MCCDC student-run podcast "At the Root".

In the MCCDC, you can:

  • use our study space
  • schedule an appointment & meet with an MCCDC counselor
  • use our computer lab
  • receive academic & personal support from MCCDC staff
  • get referrals to on & off-campus resources
  • attend events & workshops hosted by the MCCDC
  • receive peer-to-peer support from one of our Scholar Interns
  • Use our MCCDC library. View our collection at mccdc-csm.librarika.com.