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Accelerated College Entrance

Office of Undergraduate Studies

About Accelerated College Entrance

Welcome to the Accelerated College Entrance (ACE) Program

There are two components to ACE: an On-Campus Program (Sac State-based) and an Off-Campus Program (High School-based).

The On-Campus Program allows students to attend courses on the Sacramento State campus. The Off-Campus Program enables select area high schools, in partnership with Sacramento State academic departments, to offer university level course work at their own school site.

 

About ACE

The ACE Program allows qualified high school students (11th and 12th grade only) to enroll in classes at Sacramento State and earn university credits while completing regular high school studies.

Through ACE, advanced high school students can study subject matter which may not otherwise be available to them. Qualified students may take courses at Sacramento State provided that they maintain good academic standing with both the University and their high schools. Credits earned while participating in ACE may be applied to degree programs at Sacramento State or may be transferred to other universities.

Department Resources

Academic Decathalon

Students interested in competing in Academic Decathalon are eligible for ACE credit. Please contact your ACA/DECA coordinator with your high school.

Academic Talent Search

To visit our companion program designed for students in 4th-9th grades, please go to Academic Talent Search (ATS). ATS has been serving the needs of the Capital region's young scholars since 1982 and currently offers approximately 100 classes to 1,800 students each summer. These students represent more than 300 public and private schools.

Campus Services

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