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How it Works

When you contact the SEE office you will be asked to completean application. indicating your major, career interests, and academic background. In addition, you must attend an orientation to learn more about what the program expectations of you are. You must also submit a suplemental application and transcripts from other universities/colleges you have previously attended. Once you have completed the application process, it will take approximately two weeks for SEE to make a decision.

If You are Interested?
You can write for more information about the SEE program at:

6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA
95819-6119

or call our office at:

(916)278-6519

 

What Does it Cost?

Although it won't cost you money to join the SEE program it will cost you time, energy, and commitment. The SEE program is a community of learners united in a common goal. 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 heritage of our diverse community.

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