Orientation Leaders


Orientation Leaders Position Name Major
What is one tip you would like to share with an incoming student?
Abe Headshot Orientation Mentor Abraham Perdomo Sociology- Concentration in Community Change No one knows who you were, be unapologetically yourself, and be who you want to be, do what you want to do, no one cares! 
Belizario Headshot Orientation Mentor Belizario Ramirez Jr.  Business Accounting  Don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone, get involved in the campus as much as you can and take advantage of the benefits SJSU has to offer. 
Erica Headshot Orientation Mentor

Erika Monroy


Don't be shy...be excited to start your new journey and meet new people. Get involved around campus.
Kavya Headshot Orientation Mentor

Kavya Trivedi

Mathemetics- Integrated Teacher Education Prep

Take risks. No matter how hard or scary it may be, trying something out of your comfort zone provides new experiences, memories, and valuable lessons that can be cherished for a lifetime. No matter the outcome, every new opportunity can help you grow.
Leo Headshot Orientation Program Assistant

Leo Plazola

Aerospace Engineering- Minor in Japanese

College is a fun and wild ride, so enjoy it while it lasts. While you are here to study and earn a degree, the memories made here are worthwhile. Never forget to put yourself first and always try new experiences. Remember, what you get out is what you put in. Also, have fun!
Luis Headshot Orientation Mentor

Luis Cruz 

Environmental Studies

A tip I would share to an incoming student is to be confident about who they are here at SJSU because at the end of the day our college is very diverse so we all have different background, struggles, emotions that we go through. It might feel intimidating at first to be an incoming student and that's totally fine.