The Full Circle Project is based on a framework developed by the Institute of Higher Education Leadership & Policy, as well as the quality research conducted by the Office of Institutional Research, both at Sacramento State. In addition, the guiding principles of this project are consistent with best practices recommended in the research literature, as well as successful models at Sacramento State found in the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) and the Cooper-Woodson College Enhancement Program. Our efforts serve to create a new campus environment that will lead freshman Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students beyond just their first year at Sacramento State. This project will provide AAPI students with strong advising support, intentionally planned leadership options and co-curricular service learning incentives to engage in campus and community-based service activities. At the end of the five-year funding period we fully expect a solid vanguard of AAPI students will create a stable pipeline for other AAPIs who will benefit in the future.

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