For Sac State Students
The following list are the various services and programs offered to students at Sacramento State.
- CCR Scholars: The CCR Scholars Program exists to assist high school students from partnering schools/districts in making a smooth transition to Sacramento State in order to successfully realize their dreams of earning a college degree in a timely fashion. CCR Scholars are integrated with the greater campus community and are provided a wealth of resources.
- Writing Center: The primary goal of the University Reading and Writing Center (URWC) is to provide encouraging, focused, and non-judgmental one-to-one tutorials in reading and writing for any undergraduate or graduate student at CSUS. In a collaborative and supportive environment, our peer tutors offer help with reading and writing at all points in the process, from initial planning and organizing through developing and revising a paper or understanding difficult texts. The URWC is supported by Academic Affairs and partners with Associated Students, Inc.
- Student Academic Success Educational Equity Programs (SASEEP): The Student Academic Success and Educational Equity Programs are committed to fostering diversity and equity while promoting a campus learning environment that encourages and supports all students in persisting toward their educational goal by increasing their retention and graduation rates.
- College Assistant Migrant Program (CAMP): CAMP is a unique educational program that helps students from migrant and seasonal farm worker backgrounds succeed at Sacramento State. CAMP facilitates transition from high school to college and offers first-year support services to develop the skills necessary to graduate from college. CAMP strives to be "a home away from home" for its students.
- Peer Academic Resource Center (PARC): The Center's mission is to create a home base of support in which students are united for a common cause of excellence and student success. Services of the Center are accomplished through peer led and student driven components that work to increase course passage, student retention, build on academic support services, and rates to graduation. The PARC includes supplemental instruction offerings, a university peer advising program, individual and group tutoring, specialized workshops, and services to support students at all levels.
- Educational Opportunity Program (EOP): EOP program serves California residents from low-income households who demonstrate the motivation and potential to earn a baccalaureate degree. EOP students are individuals who have the potential to succeed at Sacramento State, but have not been able to realize their goal for a higher education because of her/his economic and/or educational background.
- Services to Students with Disabilities (SSWD): SSWD offers a wide range of support services and accommodations for students in order to ensure students with disabilities have equal access and opportunity to pursue their educational goals.
- Faculty Student Mentor Program (FSMP): FSMP is one of several educational equity programs designed to provide students with the academic support and encouragement needed to accomplish their educational goals.The Faculty Student Mentor Program is designed to offer academic and personal support to students from traditionally low-income communities.
- The College Based Educational Equity Programs (CBEEP): CBEEP are designed to help retain and graduate students in the colleges at Sacramento State. Specialized retention programs are offered through the Adjunct Program, the Business Educational Equity Program, the College of Education, the MESA Engineering Program (MEP), the College of Health and Human Services, the Science Educational Equity Program (SEE), the Cooper Woodson Program, the American Indian Summer Institute, and University Outreach Services (CMIH).
- Student Athlete Resource Center (SARC): The SARC was created in 2006 to integrate three programs that provide very important services to Hornet student-athletes, coaches, and staff: Athletic Academic Services, Life Skills and Student-Athlete Development Services, and NCAA Compliance and Financial Services.
- Full-Circle Project : A project funded by the U.S. Department of Education. The Full Circle Project is a comprehensive approach by California State University, Sacramento (Sacramento State), the Department of Ethnic Studies and the Asian American Studies program to implement a strategically focused, campus-wide effort to improve retention and graduation rates of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students. The Full Circle Project aims to assist AAPI students throughout his or her entire college careers, and provide ample opportunities to engage in service both on and off campus to enhance their university experience.
- Veterans Success Center: Sacramento State’s Veterans Success Center provides multi-faceted assistance to prospective and enrolled student veterans and dependents. Most notably, the center assists students in accessing their GI benefits, completing the admission application process, and registering for courses. The center also helps students’ access campus resources, get involved in leadership activities, and transition into the civilian work world.