Peer And Academic Resource Center (PARC)
The creation of the PARC delivers a long-awaited goal of fostering student success. Directed by Dr.Tina Jordan, overseen by Dr. Marcellene Watson-Derbigny Associate Vice President of Student Retention and Academic Success, this faculty-guided, student-led center does not only strive for helping the University increase course passage, student retention and rates to graduation, but also prepares students for their future professional success. Resonated with the Center's motto -- Successful Students Promoting Student Success, all of our major services (Supplemental Instruction; Supplemental Instruction Plus, Workshops & Individual Tutorials; and Peer Led Advising for college Experiences) are contributed by our very talented and creative Sac State Students.
PARC After Dark
The purpose of PARC After Dark is to serve students that cannot receive tutoring services during traditional business hours. The program emphasizes the PARC model of “successful students promoting student success” by being a program run by students for students.
Monday – Thursday 5- 7 pm
Chemistry, English Writing, Biology, Psychology, Pre-Nursing, Accounting, ASL, Communication, Sociology, Math, Physics
Student Technology Center (STC) in AIRC 3007
2017 4th Annual Outstanding Wisdom and Leadership Awards
The Peer and Academic Resource Center and the Martin Luther King Jr. Center invites you to the 2017 4th Annual Outstanding Wisdom and Leadership (OWL) Awards. We celebrate and honor CSUS professors whose wisdom, leadership, encouragement and mentoring have positively influenced the lives of their students.
Please join us on Wednesday, April 26, in the Orchard Suite, 2nd Floor, in the University Union at 4:00pm to honor these recipients. Light refreshments will be served. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact PARC at (916) 278-6010.
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