Ethnic Studies at Evergreen Valley College is the interdisciplinary study of race and ethnicity, as understood through the perspectives of major underrepresented racial groups in the United States. As a student, you will draw upon many disciplines and areas of thought to comprehend the sociocultural, intellectual, and historical experiences that inform the construction of racial, gender, and cultural identities.  You will question the origin and continuity of race and racism, and perhaps discover your own area of research and action that can affect equity, opportunity, and social justice for all.

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Students in a Dance Class

Associate Degrees + Degrees for Transfer

Tools & Resources

Resources To Support + Strengthen Your Studies


Colleen Calderon

Dean, Social Science, Humanities, Arts & Physical Education

MS3 Building, SA-246​

Bianca Lopez​

Sr. Administrative Assistant​

Full-time Faculty

  • Arturo Villareal
  • Professor Nievera-Lozano

Associate Faculty

  • Professor Charlie Kahn-Lomax
  • Professor Angelina Loyola
  • Professor Thien-Huong Ninh