Senior Weekend


On behalf of the bridges Multicultural Resource Center, we would like to congratulate you on your acceptance to UC Berkeley! In celebration of your admission, bridges invites you to participate in our virtual Senior Weekend (SW) programming from April 15th - April 25th.

What Will SW ‘21 Be Like?

Our bridges coalition will offer a series of virtual programming to provide insight on the student of color experience at UC Berkeley. There will be several opportunities to engage with current students to answer your crucial questions: Can I afford college? Where will I live? Where can I find community and support? What are classes like?

General SW'21 Timeline

April 15 - April 25: bridges Senior Weekend coalition programming

April 16 -18 AND April 23 - April 25: RRC specific SW programming

How to Sign Up!

For information on how to sign up for Senior Weekend please visit this link here

bridges Programming

Daisy Melie Gamero

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bridges Senior Weekend Co-Director

Pedro De Anda Plascencia

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bridges Senior Weekend Co-Director

Allexys Cornejo Lopez

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bridges Senior Weekend Fellow

Through multicultural collaboration, bridges Multicultural Resource Center seeks to: empower underrepresented students of color to pursue opportunities for post-secondary education. Provide support for newly admitted first year, transfer, as well as continuing and re-entry students of color. Increase cross-cultural dialogue and solidarity, cultural awareness, and political mobilization. Acquire the financial, institutional and physical resources to facilitate the work of member organizations.

For more information about the programming and resources that bridges is offering for Senior Weekend, please scan the QR code below or visit https://linktr.ee/SeniorWeekend

If you have any immediate questions, you can also reach Daisy and Pedro at seniorweekendbridges@gmail.com

RRC Programing

bridges Multicultural Resource Center is a coalition of 7 student-initiated, student run Recruitment and Retention Centers (RRCs), that was formed to meet the needs of underrepresented students of color. For Senior Weekend, each RRC creates their own unique programming to suit the needs of the students in their respective communities. Below you will be able to find information about the programming of each RRC and how you can get involved!

Meet the RRCs!