The Ethnic Studies Department is fully engaged with the university and works closely with others on campus to provide majors and minors with a wide variety of professional opportunities.
Multicultural Center builds sustainable relationships and encouraging cross-cultural awareness are critical to cultivating a welcoming, socially just community.
Cooper Woodson College Enhancement Program (CWC) is an academic support and retention program for undergraduate students.
Serna Center is dedicated to political activism and engagement, academic access and excellence, and service to the community.
Community Engagement Center builds and promotes community engagement through thoughtful collaboration and partnerships with campus and community organizations.
One Book Program is a campus-wide initiative encompassing all disciplines, all class levels, and all members of the campus community. Bridging literacy and community service, participants read preselected books, engage in discussions with the authors, and take part in service projects that address contemporary social issues raised by the books.
California Studies Center strengthens democratic governance in California through preparing people for public service and leadership, helping to solve problems of public policy and enhancing civic literacy through multidisciplinary education.
Education Opportunity Program (EOP) serves California residents from low-income households who demonstrate the motivation and potential to earn a baccalaureate degree.
Office of Global Education helps students take advantage of exchange programs with universities all over the world.
Women's Resource Center works to confront sexism and promote gender equity through education, advocacy, and social actions. The Center develops programs on campus designed to increase the awareness and understanding of the contributions, opportunities, and barriers facing women in our society.
Honors Program is designed to support curiosity and the acquisition of knowledge in highly motivated students at Sacramento State. Specially selected faculty provide challenging and stimulating learning experiences in small class settings.
McNair Scholars Program is a two-year, federally funded program designed to prepare selected (low-income and first to attend college, or underrepresented in major area of study) Sacramento State students in junior and senior standing for admission and study at the doctoral level.
Full Circle Project is 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.