Staff Information

  • Sara Alcalá, M.S.

    Activity Director

    Sara has been working at CI since 2005 and has 10+ years of experience working in schools, from K-12 through university levels. She was previously the Graduate Studies Counselor & Coordinator and was recently hired as the GSC Activity Director. Sara manages Graduate Studies Center events, partnerships, activities and resources while also overseeing daily operations at the GSC. Feel free to contact Sara, if you are interested in collaborating for a future CI event or workshop!

    Email: sara.alcala@csuci.edu
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    Aracely Flores, M.S.

    Post-Baccalaureate Counselor

    Aracely Flores is the Graduate Studies Center 's Post Baccalaureate Counselor. As the GSC Post-Baccalaureate Counselor, Aracely works closely with undergraduate students to assist them in pursuing, planning and organizing their postbac goals. She also supports MA in Education students with their program inquiries. Aracely has been working at CI since 2013 and has over eight years of experience working with students in higher education. Feel free to schedule a meeting with her to learn more about graduate school planning and discover more about GSC services for current CI students and CI Alumni! She looks forward to meeting with you!

    Email: aracely.flores@csuci.edu

Student Assistants

  • Fall 16

    Gabriela Magaña

    Gaby will be graduating in May 2017 with a B.S. in Nursing, B.A. in Psychology, and a minor in Spanish. She chose CI because it is a local campus she had heard great things about the nursing program. Upon graduation, Gaby hopes to work with underserved populations and attend graduate school. Two of Gaby's hobbies are hiking and going to the beach.

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    Isaac Lopez

    Isaac is a first year student at CI majoring in Biology. He choose CI because he fell in love with the campus and small classes. His goals are to graduate from CI and to serve as a model inspiration for my family and community.

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    Yvette Perales

    Yvette is a third year college student at CI who is majoring in Psychology, She chose CI because it is a campus that serves CI students with a positive outlook on their education. Her ultimate goals is to be a Licensed Social Work-er and be part of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. A few things that she enjoys doing is dancing to all sorts of music, playing piano, and watching Sci-fi movies.

CI Graduate & Credential Representatives