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Student Services

Our Team

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Amy Lehman
Vice President of Student Services
(831) 479-6527
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Dean of Student Services
(831) 477-3584
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Dean of Counseling and Educational Support Services, Interim, Dean of Guided Pathways, Interim
(831) 477-3281
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Kofi Akinjide, Ed.D.
Director of Student Equity and Success
(831) 477-3548
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David Castillo
Director of Admissions & Records
(831) 479-6213
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Director, Student Resource and Support Network
(831) 477-3503
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Student Activities Program Coordinator
(831) 477-3366
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Senior Financial Support Specialist
(831) 477-5112
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EOPS Director/Counselor
(831) 479-6531
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Director of the Accessibility Support Center
(831) 479-6379
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Our Programs and Services

Admissions and Records
From application to graduation, and everything in between, our Admissions and Records team is here to support you.
Academic Counseling
Academic counselors guide you through academic planning, goal-setting, career exploration and transfer.
Financial Aid
Find out more about the many ways to pay for college, including fee waivers, grants and scholarships.
Career Services
Visit our Career Services page for information about career exploration, on- and off-campus jobs, internships, resume workshops and more.
Student Life
Get involved! There's almost always something happening on campus from sporting events, to clubs, arts and performance events, and a whole lot more. Visit this page for student resources including food, housing, transportation, health services and learning communities.
Student Resource and Support Network (SRSN)
SRSN serves students disadvantaged by language barriers, socio-economic factors, single parenting or other circumstances. Services include CalWorks and Workforce Santa Cruz County's Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).
Accessibility Support Center (ASC)
The Accessibility Support Center (ASC) provides services, accommodations, and academic support for students with disabilities and learning differences at Cabrillo College.
Veterans, Foster Youth, DREAMERS, and EOPS/CARE
Cabrillo has a variety of programs to serve you! Visit our Office of Student Equity to get connected with our Veterans Information Center, Guardian Scholars program (Foster Youth), Dream Resource Center, Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS), and Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE).
International Student Programs
Thinking of studying in the Santa Cruz area? Cabrillo College is a great choice. Check out our programs for international students.
Cabrillo Advancement Program
The Cabrillo Advancement Program (CAP), designed to increase the academic success of low-income students now enrolled in local schools, awards college scholarships to sixth graders.