About Student Success in Arts & Letters
Students Achieving Greater Excellence (SAGE)
Students Achieving Greater Excellence (SAGE) is the student success center for the College of Arts & Letters. SAGE is a dedicated space for students majoring in an Arts & Letters program to receive academic support as they navigate university graduation requirements and processes. SAGE Advisors work one-on-one with students to ensure they are on the best and most efficient path toward graduation.
SAGE services include:
- GE advising as informed by departmental major/minor advising
- Graduation advising
- Graduation application assistance
- Student submissions of graduation applications
- Guidance through Academic Probation, Continued Probation, Disqualified Status, and Dismissal processes
- Referrals to additional Student Affairs services, such as housing, personal counseling and financial aid
Four-Year Promise (4YP)
4YP is a student success pre-enrollment program. Students in select Arts and Letters majors have the opportunity to be pre-enrolled in required courses each semester in order to graduate in four years. 4YP students “promise” to follow a prescribed roadmap of GE/GR, major, and elective courses; have flexible scheduling availability; and remain in good academic standing. In return, the College of Arts and Letters “promises” that 4YP students will graduate in four years (eight semesters).
Arts & Letters Professional Seminar Series (ALPSS)
ALPSS, a partnership between the College of Arts & Letters and the Career Center, is a six-week series of career-preparation workshops designed to prepare students for transition from college to career. Students develop the skillsets to prepare them for many post-graduation career paths. ALPSS teaches students how to explore and prepare for such opportunities. The series guides students through each step of the “landing a job” process and spotlighting guest speakers who share their career insights and experiences. Participants earn one unit of course credit (ALS 199). ALPSS is only offered in the spring semester.
Questions? Contact the Career Center at (916) 278-6231 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect with Arts & Letters
Mariposa Hall, Room 2001
Mondays-Thursdays: 8 a.m. – Noon and 1-5 p.m., Fridays: 1–5 p.m.
Phone: (916) 278-4464