About Martin Luther King Jr. Center
About The Martin Luther King Jr. Center
The MLK Center is a central hub for the exploration of African American heritage and culture. The overall Center is designed to foster an ethos of success that permeates the scholarly experience, the community and the world by setting a tone of change and lifelong improvement that inspires and fulfills the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Students.
The Center partners with local businesses and community organizations to assist students in making college and career connections. In addition, the MLK Center coordinates robust cultural programming to foster a sense of belonging, student inclusion, and cultural empowerment.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Scholars Program
The Martin Luther King Jr. Scholars Program offers opportunities for engagement in leadership development, mentorship, community advocacy, personalized advising, and legacy explorations. This includes exposure to workshop topics on social justice issues, community wellness, research, entrepreneurship, career success, and psychological well-being. The program established in the Fall of 2015, is a major cornerstone for efforts to ensure the success of African American students or those with an interest in African American heritage in their quest toward a college degree at Sacramento State.
Connect with Martin Luther King Jr. Scholars
Martin Luther King Jr. Scholars
Lassen Hall, Room 2201
Mon. – Fri., 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone: (916) 278-2655