Visit the new Natural Sciences Advising Center in Sequoia 238 for Biological Sciences Freshman and new transfers. Make an Appointment here.
Academic Support for Students Who Face Social and Economic Barriers
SEE sponsors a wide range of structured activities designed to build academic excellence, enhance personal development, and develop a sense of social responsibility. Perhaps most importantly, SEE strives to create a learning community in which students are expected to share their knowledge with other students, provide personal and moral support to each other, participate in academic and extracurricular activities, and expand their understanding and appreciation for the cultural experiences of all members of the SEE family.
MOSS, founded in 1980 by a group of students, provides a directional support system for underrepresented college students interested in the sciences.
SASEEP promotes a campus learning environment that encourages and supports Sacramento State's diverse student populations, and is comprised of the following programs:
- College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)
- College Based Educational Equity Programs (CBEEP)
- Early Assessment Program (EAP)
- Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
- Faculty Student Mentor Program (FSMP)
- Guardian Scholars Program (GSP)
- Services to Students with Disabilities Program (SSWD)