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     The Gateways Math-Science Project is funded by a 5-year Department of Education Title V cooperative grant.  Its title, “Opening Academic Gateways to Science and Technical Professions for Hispanic Students,” is descriptive of the many activities, goals, and objectives that this project strives to achieve at both California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) and Cerritos College (CC).  CSUDH serves as the lead institution to which the grant is awarded.  Its partner institution, CC, is subcontracted by CSUDH to carry out activities relevant to the grant on that campus.  As excerpted from the CSUDH mission statement:  “The university is a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic teaching and learning community dedicated to excellence and committed to educating a student population of unprecedented diversity for leadership roles in the global community of the 21st century.  California State University, Dominguez Hills realizes the principles of educational opportunity and excellence by providing access to a wide range of educational programs and student-centered services.  Building on its core of liberal arts and sciences, the university offers programs, in a variety of educational and technological modes, that enable students to develop intellectually, personally, and professionally.”  The CC mission statement is:  “The Cerritos College Mission is to serve the community by building futures through learning.”  All of the goals and initiatives of the Gateways Project, listed below, are directed at these farsighted and worthy missions.

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