From Veteran Services to International Students, and from the Puente Program to Disabled Student Programs and Services, Sierra College provides students with caring, individualized support.
Assisting students with disabilities to perform on an equal basis as students without disabilities in an integrated campus setting.
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a counseling support program for low income and educationally disadvantaged students.
The First Year Experience program is designed to help students succeed during their first year of college.
To receive Honors at Sierra College, students may take classes for Honors Credit or students may join the Sierra College Honor Society.
Sierra College student population provides an excellent opportunity for international students to improve their English and academic skills at a faster pace.
The mission of the New Legacy Committee is to create a Sierra College campus community and learning environment committed to increased success, retention, transfer and goal attainment rates for historically underrepresented students.
Puente has provided tens of thousands of California students with a vision of success and the support to make that vision a reality.
Every spring semester Sierra College offers students an opportunity to continue their studies while living in another country for three months.
Summer Bridge is a free program for students who missed assessing into English A, 50, or Math 582 so that they can get into those classes.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a program of weekly review sessions for students in difficult courses.
For first generation students (parents have not earned a Bachelor’s degree), TRiO is a federally funded program which helps students overcome class, social and cultural barriers to higher education.
Umoja (Swahili for “unity”) is a state-wide program designed to help improve academic success rates for African American students.
Providing veterans with a full range of services, including our Boots to Books Learning Community.