Student Programs Ignited for
Community Engagement and Education
In 2017, the Student Programs Ignited for Community Engagement & Education (SPICEE) component was established to address the lack of presence of community engagement and education programs within SPACES. Additionally, this component served to meet the needs of under-resourced students that were not addressed in retention and access. SPICEE is currently in the process of cultivating signature programs and establishing relationships with SPACES CORE organizations.
SPICEE Learning Outcomes
Students will cultivate their understanding of social justice and analyze how their background and perspectives shape their understanding of the world.
Students will develop the capacity to express themselves and recognize methods of advocating on behalf of their communities through art, culture, and media.
Students will experience personal development and formulate an understanding of their individual and collective responsibility to create equitable and inclusive communities.
Students will be able to identify and describe 3-5 available campus resources that facilitates their academic and personal growth.
Alternative Tours and Alternative Student Panels give students a holistic understanding of the undergraduate experience on campus by engaging them in the academic, social, cultural, and political aspects at UCSD.
This free 3-day, 2-night program provides participants an opportunity to experience the university environment and campus life at UC San Diego, network with other admitted high school seniors and current college students and learn about campus resources.