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Urias Garcia, M.S.

 His areas of interest include program development, professional learning, social justice,  and equity, as well as career, academic, transfer,and personal crisis counseling for students. Furthermore, Urias has taught courses Career and Life Planning, Strategies for Success, and other counseling courses. 


Building: 9B-180
(909) 274-5652
ugarcia7AT_mtsac.edu
https://www.mtsac.edu/eops/


 BA - Anthropology, California State University Los Angeles
MS - Counseling; Student Development in Higher Education, California State University Long Beach 

 


 

Urias Garcia, M.S.

Urias Garcia is an EOPS/CARE Counselor at Mount San Antonio College. He joined Mount San Antonio College in 2019.  Urias comes to the college by way of Mission College where he served as a General Counselor and was especially active in the Student Equity and Success Committee where he collaborated with colleagues in developing the 2019-2022 Equity Plan for college and helped develop the Equity Professional Development Series including the "K.E.N Talks", a series of seminars which promoted equity, professional learning, and community building at the college. At Cypress College he was instrumental in helping the college develop their First Year Experience Program designed to assist students in bridging the gap from highschool to college. At Orange Coast College, he served as an EOPS counselor working with first-generation and low-income students. Urias has also worked at East Los Angeles College and Pasadena City College. At Pasadena City College, Urias worked for the college's nationally recognized, and award winning, "PCC Pathways" program. Urias has also advised STEM students and Dreamers in the MESA Engineering Program (MEP) in California State University Long Beach.  

 

Urias was raised in Boyle Heights, a low income, immigrant community in the heart of Los Angeles and is the youngest of six siblings.  Urias found his calling for counseling after being motivated by his own EOPS counselor to complete college after stopping out for nine years. Urias believes education is transformative and empowering and it is his hope he can make a difference in people's lives.