Established in 1986, the Sacramento State Science Educational Equity (SEE) Program is a comprehensive academic support program for students who face social, economic and educational barriers to careers in the health professions, science research and science teaching.
Why You Should Join SEE
What Does It Cost?
Although it won't cost you money to join the SEE program it will cost you time, energy, and commitment. The SEE program is a community of learners united in a common goal. Students are expected to share their knowledge with other students, provide personal and moral support to each other, participate in academic and extracurricular activities and expand their understanding and appreciation for the cultural heritage of our diverse community.
Faculty Who Care
Every SEE student is asked to meet with a faculty advisor to plan an academic "map" of courses to follow while they are at the university. SEE advisors are science faculty who can give the best advice regarding what courses to take, when to take them, and the latest information regarding admission requirements to graduate and health professional school. SEE advisors keep regular office hours with the SEE office and are available for individual academic assistance and advising.
Network of Helping Hands
The SEE program works closely with organizations and programs such as the Academic Achievement Center/EOP, MESA, the College Assistance Migrant Program, Cooper-Woodson College, Full Circle Project, and Faculty Student Mentor Programs. As a SEE student you will also have the opportunity to meet with professionals in the community who are interested in helping you reach your career goal.
Friends to Depend On
As a SEE student you will have an opportunity to meet many other students, with similar backgrounds and interests. SEE students often take classes together and study together in the SEE study room. Many students will be at your level of study, others will be close to graduation and serving as peer mentors. Whatever the level, you will find that SEE students are helpful, supportive, and concerned about you.
Although SEE is an academic based program, there is always time for fun. Barbecues, field trips, and pot lucks are always included in the list of SEE activities.
Projects of SEE
CSU‐LSAMP is funded through the National Science Foundation (NSF) under grant #HRD‐1302873 and the
Chancellor's Office of the California State University.