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“If we come from a legacy of privilege, if we come from a tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

Adolfo Bermeo, Former UCLA Professor


SIP Goals tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

  • Strengthen English reading skills

  • Improve personal growth and development

  • Improve college community connections

  • Take ownership of their educational journey


SIP Services tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

  • Financial Aid

  • Free lunch

  • Book loan and free supplies

  • Trip to the Museum of Tolerance

  • Community building activities

  • Priority Registration

  • Counseling


Extended Opportunity Programs & Services tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

Summer Institute Program


Student of note 1995
Student of Note - 1995 tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”


On Course tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

By Skip Downing


Pre post luke wolske
Pre & Post: Luke Wolske tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”


And i am responsible
… and I am responsible. tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”


Extended Opportunity Programs & Services tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

Summer Institute Program


English 105/106/107 – College Reading tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

  • Improve reading comprehension

  • Develop academic vocabulary

  • Master effective reading strategies

  • Raise reading rate

  • Increase reading endurance

  • Explore skills of efficiency

  • Broaden general background knowledge


English 105 – Data Outcomes tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”


Extended Opportunity Programs & Services tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

Summer Institute Program


Grossmont class of 2007 sdsu class of 2010

SIP Class of 2004 tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

Grossmont Class of 2007 SDSU Class of 2010


Extended Opportunity Programs & Services tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

Summer Institute Program


Persistence tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”


Persistence tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

First-Year Students, Fall to Spring


Persistence tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

First-Year Students, Fall to Spring

72%


Persistence tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

Summer Institute Students


Persistence tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

Summer Institute Students

91%

Mauricio Delgado, Psychology


Extended Opportunity Programs & Services tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

Summer Institute Program


First year experience pilot

FALL tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.” 2010

COHORT 1 and 2

English 90

English 90R

PDC 110

First-Year Experience Pilot

SPRING 2011

COHORT 1 and 2

English 98

English 98R

Math 88

PDC 130

SUMMER 2010

Summer Institute Program

COHORT 1 – 4

English 105

PDC 120

FALL 2010

COHORT 3 and 4

English 98

English 98R

PDC 110

SPRING 2011

COHORT 3 and 4

English 110

English 110R

Math 90

PDC 130


Priority Registration tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

School Supplies

Weekly lunch stipend

Additional tutoring

Transportation assistance

In-class tutors

FYE Services

  • Licensed Therapist

  • Life Coach

  • Study Jam sessions

  • University Field Trips

  • Career guest speakers

  • Luncheons

  • Career-Themed Courses


Please take this home with you
Please take this home with you… tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”

  • SIP transforms student legacies.

  • SIP builds persistence.

  • SIP models future success for the entire campus.


Questions? tradition of college, what we’ve accumulated is intellectual capital. We’ve accumulated a way of seeing the world that we flow into the university. For those who come from a legacy of struggle, we don’t flow into the university, we flow into struggle.”


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