MiraCosta College Current Students
Hi MiraCosta College! My name is Yesenia, I’m a communication major and my favorite color is aquatic blue. I love meeting new people and going on adventures! I am currently serving as the California Latina Leadership Network Student Vice President for the second time, and I really enjoy it. In my spare time I like to write stories and make YouTube videos. One of my goals is to make a social change with my Pinkiffied Movement. One day I hope to have my own Pinkiffied talk show. If you see me on campus don’t be shy--say “hi!” My generation is crazy enough to think we can make a change and reckless enough that we’ll do it. Read My Blog
Hello! I’m Brittney Smith—a Native Californian. I am so excited to be one of the Ambassador team members here at MiraCosta College!Currently a sophomore, I am working through the TAP program to transfer to a UC college to major in psychology/human development with a minor in art therapy. MiraCosta College has been a great experience for me. Here you have the opportunity to get an amazing education with some of the most talented professors that know you by name, not a number! The clubs and activities available on campus are numerous so that whatever your passion is you can find it here. Read My Blog
Hello, my name is Caitlin or Caity for short. I’m a first year student at MiraCosta College. I graduated from Oceanside High School in 2012 where I did cheerleading for four years. My love of writing started young, and I started blogging at thirteen. I like writing about almost everything that comes to mind! I am currently majoring in English, and I plan on going into journalism once I graduate from either San Diego State University (I am a HUGE Aztec fan) or Pepperdine University. On my spare time, I like to eat, gawk at pictures on Tumblr, post randomness on Instagram, and talk/complain to the world via Twitter. I also love reading, and music. I listen to anything from Demi Lovato, Paramore to Odd Future and everything in between. I cannot wait to fill you guys in on what I’m doing or thinking so enjoy yourself – otherwise I’m pretty much just talking to myself! Read My Blog
Hi all! My name is Tim Tingley and I am a returning MiraCosta College student pursuing a degree in Graphic Design. I am a California native and a Navy Veteran. I believe in the importance of being active in organizations and one of the clubs I am involved in at MiraCosta College is the Horticulture Club. An off-campus group that I am also involved in at North County San Diego is the Wounded Warrior Project. The Wounded Warrior Project is a group that holds events in order to help people in the area who suffer from economic limitations. I hope that my blog will encourage you on your college and job pursuits in balancing out what you need to do to achieve your college degree. Read My Blog
MiraCosta College Graduates
Hey, students! My name is Elise Cruz and I am a recent graduate of MiraCosta College, having received my A.A. degree in Communications. I am now attending National University to continue my higher education. My goal is to achieve my Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership and I am determined to give back to my community. I still stay in contact with the MiraCosta College, not only by blogging, but also through my role as co-adviser for the Latina Leadership Network Club on campus. As a Royal Ambassador and princess for the City of Oceanside, I am very honored to display my passion for the people in my community. With so much happening, there is only one way to keep up with me in my busy life and that is to simply checkout my new blogs. Stay beautiful, MiraCosta College!. Read My Blog
Student Ambassadors Blog
Student Ambassadors at MiraCosta College visit local schools, meet with prospective students, and provide information regarding programs and services at MiraCosta College. They get students excited about attending MiraCosta College and assist them with application and enrollment process. They also promote diversity and provide assistance to underrepresented student populations at MiraCosta College.
Read all about their experiences here!