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  • Program Description
    Guardian Welcome Parent Guide Testimonials ELM EPT Information Housing Information Contact Us FAQ Pictures and Videos Transfer Bridge Pictures and Videos Program Description Contact Us Learning Communities Freshman LC Course List Transfer LC Course List Why Learning Communities Student Tutorials Top 10 Reasons to be in a Learning Community Contact Us Freshman Program Description Fall 2015 LC Descriptions Enrolling in the LC EOP LC Sample Schedule FAQ LC Brochure Transfer Program Description Fall 2015 Transfer LC Descriptions Enrolling in the LC EOP LC Sample Schedule FAQ Ethn198 Locations Continuing Students ARISE Sophomore Success About Services Bridge Learning Community Senior Success Grad Bound Services Get Connected Senior Progress Check EOP Graduation Celebration Resources beyond your Degree EOP Grant Financial and Scholarship Resources Financial Aid Resources Scholarship Resources Scholarships Directory EOP Alumni Alumni Home Success Stories Graduation Celebration 2015 In the Spotlight High Academic Achievers Volunteer Program Description Application EOP Brochure Parents Guardians and Counselors Parents Guardians and Counselors Application Resources Sacramento State Resources Forms Equity Programs CAMP SASEEP FSMP SSWD PARC GSP Website Parent Family Website MLK Website DRC Website EOP 45th Anniversary Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President For Student Affairs Office Learning Communities The first semester of one s college career can seem overwhelming To make Sacramento State a place where you feel at home EOP has developed a program called Learning Communities An EOP Learning Community is a small group of freshman students 25 to 30 and faculty 4 to 5 who all work and learn together in a community atmosphere Students are placed in appropriate Sacramento State courses based on their scores on the English Placement Test EPT and the Entry Level Mathematics Exam ELM Within the context of a learning community students are able to make connections to helpful people and offices on campus Also students

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  • Fall 2015 LC Descriptions
    in this community The Obama Administration is invested in the Promise of Education which will expand educational services to children and ensure Americaís economic competiveness in the global economy As you envision Americaís educational future how will this federal law contribute to your success and what hinders it In what ways do your brain body emotions and social development contribute to academic and personal success This learning community provides interested students with insights into the cognitive social and physical development of children and adolescents With integrated activities and assignments students will gain a better understanding of the role of development leading to personal growth and school success The First Year Seminar will fulfill required elements to integrate students into higher education as well as explore how government regulations impact the development of infants children and adolescents up to young adults Students will also gain skills for college success in ALS 70a Learning Community 6 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION ACROSS THE LIFESPAN click here for more details Pre requisites This community is recommended for students with interests in Nursing but also works for students needing to complete basic GE requirements This learning community will allow you the opportunity to learn about development over the course of the lifespan Students in this community will uncover the mysteries of development from birth to old age In addition to learning about the interplay of socio cultural and emotional factors in development as a community of learners you will acquire enhanced oral communication skills through the Communication Studies course This learning community experience will be coupled by communication activities and exercises that will promote your interpersonal skills as well as your informative and persuasive public speaking skills An umbrella of support will abound in your group tutorial course to support and foster your college success needs Learning Community 7 THE SCIENCE EDUCATIONAL EQUITY LEARNING COMMUNITY must be a science major or intend to go into a health profession click here for more details Pre requisites This community is recommended for students who are in a science major or with plans to enter the pre health professions Students who are not majoring in the sciences will not be allowed to enroll in this learning community This learning community will help prepare students for careers in the sciences and the health professions Students will acquire skills in effective communication and will learn approaches to a variety of communication experiences This community will also focus on developing skills and values needed to become scientists and health care providers who will contribute to society How do you find out what interests and strengths will lead to success in the sciences or the health professions How do you begin to master all the information that a scientist or health provider must understand How do you become aware of societyís needs How do you decide which needs are most important and which ones you can best help others to meet As a community we will work together to answer these questions

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  • Enrolling in the LC
    Welcome Parent Guide Testimonials ELM EPT Information Housing Information Contact Us FAQ Pictures and Videos Transfer Bridge Pictures and Videos Program Description Contact Us Learning Communities Freshman LC Course List Transfer LC Course List Why Learning Communities Student Tutorials Top 10 Reasons to be in a Learning Community Contact Us Freshman Program Description Fall 2015 LC Descriptions Enrolling in the LC EOP LC Sample Schedule FAQ LC Brochure Transfer Program Description Fall 2015 Transfer LC Descriptions Enrolling in the LC EOP LC Sample Schedule FAQ Ethn198 Locations Continuing Students ARISE Sophomore Success About Services Bridge Learning Community Senior Success Grad Bound Services Get Connected Senior Progress Check EOP Graduation Celebration Resources beyond your Degree EOP Grant Financial and Scholarship Resources Financial Aid Resources Scholarship Resources Scholarships Directory EOP Alumni Alumni Home Success Stories Graduation Celebration 2015 In the Spotlight High Academic Achievers Volunteer Program Description Application EOP Brochure Parents Guardians and Counselors Parents Guardians and Counselors Application Resources Sacramento State Resources Forms Equity Programs CAMP SASEEP FSMP SSWD PARC GSP Website Parent Family Website MLK Website DRC Website EOP 45th Anniversary Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President For Student Affairs Office Enrolling in the LC Select a learning community from the EOP Learning Community Listing Note You must have EPT ELM scores to register in classes Be sure to select a community that fits your intended major and or interests If you are undeclared pick a learning community that matches your interests and in some cases your English writing level All of the communities meet the University s general education requirements Select a Math and English course to add to your schedule that does not conflict with your learning community To do this you will need to access the Sac State Fall 2009 schedule on line through My Sac State

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  • EOP LC Sample Schedule
    Bridge Pictures and Videos Program Description Contact Us Learning Communities Freshman LC Course List Transfer LC Course List Why Learning Communities Student Tutorials Top 10 Reasons to be in a Learning Community Contact Us Freshman Program Description Fall 2015 LC Descriptions Enrolling in the LC EOP LC Sample Schedule FAQ LC Brochure Transfer Program Description Fall 2015 Transfer LC Descriptions Enrolling in the LC EOP LC Sample Schedule FAQ Ethn198 Locations Continuing Students ARISE Sophomore Success About Services Bridge Learning Community Senior Success Grad Bound Services Get Connected Senior Progress Check EOP Graduation Celebration Resources beyond your Degree EOP Grant Financial and Scholarship Resources Financial Aid Resources Scholarship Resources Scholarships Directory EOP Alumni Alumni Home Success Stories Graduation Celebration 2015 In the Spotlight High Academic Achievers Volunteer Program Description Application EOP Brochure Parents Guardians and Counselors Parents Guardians and Counselors Application Resources Sacramento State Resources Forms Equity Programs CAMP SASEEP FSMP SSWD PARC GSP Website Parent Family Website MLK Website DRC Website EOP 45th Anniversary Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President For Student Affairs Office EOP LC Sample Schedule English e g ENG 15 ENG 86 ENG87 ENG 1 1X 1A 2 The student should select classes to fit around the EOP LC Math E g LS 7a 7b 10a 101 10x The student should select classes to fit around the EOP LC EOP Freshmen Seminar Ethnic Studies 21 The student should select classes from EOP LC Listing Another General Education Course The student should select classes from EOP LC Listing LS 39b Tutorial Course The student should select classes from EOP LC Listing Note Students scoring 120 141 should register in ENG 15 or ENG 86 if you are multilingual and have an EDT score of 3 Students scoring 142 145 should register for English 1or ENG 87 if

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  • FAQ
    Website MLK Website DRC Website EOP 45th Anniversary Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President For Student Affairs Office Frequently Asked Questions Related to EOP What is a Learning Community A Learning community is a cohort of courses based on the English Placement Test EPT scores or majors The Learning Communities are a mix of Learning Skills classes and General Education GE courses that satisfy graduation requirements Do I have to enroll in a Learning Community Yes all EOP students are required to enroll in a Learning Community How do I enroll in my Learning community Take the EPT and ELM sign up for orientation attend orientation and the EOP session and then on the second day of orientation you will register in classes in designated computer labs What are my choices for a Learning Community Students are offered a choice of 14 different Learning Communities For a more complete listing of learning community descriptions please view the detailed descriptions on this website Will I have a tutor in the Learning Community Yes each Learning Community is linked with a 39B tutorial class The 39B is designed to help students navigate through their GE course content As an EOP student you will also have the opportunity to meet with your 39B instructor on a one on one basis during the first semester Will all my classes be in the Learning Community No English and Math courses will be outside of the Learning communities These classes are based upon students EPT ELM scores Can I combine different classes from different Learning Communities No All classes listed in a Learning Community must be taken together Will I be in the Learning Community all year long No the EOP Learning Communities are offered only in the 1st semester of a student s freshman year

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  • Program Description
    a Learning Community Contact Us Freshman Program Description Fall 2015 LC Descriptions Enrolling in the LC EOP LC Sample Schedule FAQ LC Brochure Transfer Program Description Fall 2015 Transfer LC Descriptions Enrolling in the LC EOP LC Sample Schedule FAQ Ethn198 Locations Continuing Students ARISE Sophomore Success About Services Bridge Learning Community Senior Success Grad Bound Services Get Connected Senior Progress Check EOP Graduation Celebration Resources beyond your Degree EOP Grant Financial and Scholarship Resources Financial Aid Resources Scholarship Resources Scholarships Directory EOP Alumni Alumni Home Success Stories Graduation Celebration 2015 In the Spotlight High Academic Achievers Volunteer Program Description Application EOP Brochure Parents Guardians and Counselors Parents Guardians and Counselors Application Resources Sacramento State Resources Forms Equity Programs CAMP SASEEP FSMP SSWD PARC GSP Website Parent Family Website MLK Website DRC Website EOP 45th Anniversary Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President For Student Affairs Office Transfer Learning Community To make Sacramento State a place where you feel at home EOP has developed a program called Learning Communities An EOP Learning Community is a small group of transfer students 20 and faculty who all work and learn together in a community atmosphere Students are placed administratively by EOP in the courses 1 day prior to their scheduled Orientation date Transfer students must have confirmed their interest in participating in this community with EOP prior to their Fall 2015 enrollment The focus of the community will be on an exploration of multicultural America along with an investigation of biracial and multiracial identities Learning together students will acquire the knowledge and skills to understand cultural issues in a broader sense while learning about their own cultural identities The courses in the learning community will also enable students to learn about career development and planning as well as allow for the acquisition of

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  • Fall 2015 Transfer LC Descriptions
    FSMP SSWD PARC GSP Website Parent Family Website MLK Website DRC Website EOP 45th Anniversary Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President For Student Affairs Office Fall 2014 LC Descriptions CLICK HERE TO GET THE COURSE LIST FOR FALL 2015 TRANSFER LEARNING COMMUNITIES PDF Document Learning Community 12 IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT IN A MULTICULTURAL CONTEXT click here for more details ETHN 115 Biracial and Multiracial Identity in the US Examination of biracial multiracial populations their social histories social experiences and social identities within various sociological and social psychological theoretical frameworks An exploration of the relationship biracial multiracial groups have had and continue to have with the larger white majority and monoracially identified minorities Graded Graded Student Units 3 0 HRS 161 Multicultural America Topically structured interdisciplinary introduction to the cultural experiences of historically under represented groups Historical and contemporary events as well as values and beliefs in American culture are examined through various artistic expressions such as music painting and literature Graded Graded Student Units 3 0 Learning Community 13 AN EXPLORATION OF MULTICULTURAL GROUPS DIVERSITY click here for more details WOMS 137 Women of of Color Examines the social economic and cultural uniqueness of various ethnic groups in the U S Includes discussion of definitions of sexism racism economic exploitation feminism and the nature and evolution of the women s movement in relation to women of color Graded Graded Student Units 3 0 PSYC 135 Psychology of Multicultural Groups Examines the role of culture race ethnicity gender and social class in human development and behavior within diverse cultural groups Presents sociocultural and ecological perspectives on human development i e that individuals must be understood in the context of his or her culturally patterned social relations practices institutions and ideas Explores psychological issues that pertain to the major ethnic minority groups in

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  • Enrolling in the LC
    Transfer Agreement Plan Summer Bridge About the EOP Summer Bridge Academy History and Program Assessment Program Requirements Parent Guardian Welcome Parent Guide Testimonials ELM EPT Information Housing Information Contact Us FAQ Pictures and Videos Transfer Bridge Pictures and Videos Program Description Contact Us Learning Communities Freshman LC Course List Transfer LC Course List Why Learning Communities Student Tutorials Top 10 Reasons to be in a Learning Community Contact Us Freshman Program Description Fall 2015 LC Descriptions Enrolling in the LC EOP LC Sample Schedule FAQ LC Brochure Transfer Program Description Fall 2015 Transfer LC Descriptions Enrolling in the LC EOP LC Sample Schedule FAQ Ethn198 Locations Continuing Students ARISE Sophomore Success About Services Bridge Learning Community Senior Success Grad Bound Services Get Connected Senior Progress Check EOP Graduation Celebration Resources beyond your Degree EOP Grant Financial and Scholarship Resources Financial Aid Resources Scholarship Resources Scholarships Directory EOP Alumni Alumni Home Success Stories Graduation Celebration 2015 In the Spotlight High Academic Achievers Volunteer Program Description Application EOP Brochure Parents Guardians and Counselors Parents Guardians and Counselors Application Resources Sacramento State Resources Forms Equity Programs CAMP SASEEP FSMP SSWD PARC GSP Website Parent Family Website MLK Website DRC Website EOP 45th Anniversary

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