About Hispanic Serving Institution
Hispanic Serving Institution
As a Minority-Serving Institution, Sacramento State is committed to using research and best practice to increase awareness and ability to serve a diverse student body.
- In the Fall of 2013, Sacramento State’s undergraduate Hispanic enrollment reached 25%.
- In 2015 Sacramento State was awarded $2.4 million from the US Department of Education (DHSI) to support project INSPIRE, which will focus on increasing student graduation rates.
- In 2017 Sacramento State was awarded $2.6 million from the US Department of Education (DHSI) to support project Comprometid@s, whose goal is is to increase the number of culturally and linguistically competent teachers.
- In 2018 Sacramento State was awarded $1.5 million from the National Science Foundation (HSI) to build institutional capacity for improving undergraduate STEM teaching and learning.
Seal of Excelencia
HSI Centers and Programs
CAMP - College Assistance Migrant Program
CAMP is a program designed to help students from migrant and seasonal farm-
The Serna Center
Encourage policy and political knowledge, activism and engagement, student access and excellence, and community service.
The Dreamer Resource Center
We help make the dream of a college degree a reality by supporting the academic, personal, and professional goals of undocumented students and students with mixed-status families.
HEP - High School Equivalency Program
HEP will provide a second family to migrant students who are typically left to figure out their future on their own.
MESA - Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement
MESA will provide a second family to migrant students who are typically left to figure out their future on their own.