Campus Partners

The McNair Scholars Program at SSU helps 27 undergraduate students per year prepare for and get accepted into graduate school. The primary objective of this program is to place more historically underrepresented students in Masters and PhD programs.

The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) came into being as a direct result of the civil rights and student movements of the 1960s. In 1969, federal legislation was designed to encourage the inclusion of low-income and educationally disadvantaged students into higher education.

The United for Success program, which began at SSU in 1964, is a federally-funded TRiO Student Support Services program designed to help first generation, low-income students, including students with disabilities, who have a goal to graduate with a Bachelor's degree within six years.

Multilingual Achievers (MAP) is the TRiO program formerly known as Multingual Learners (MLL) designed to offer futher instructional support to eligible students.

The SSU Writing Center is an instructional service of Sonoma State University whose function is to help SSU students, faculty, and staff members (as well as members of the wider community) become better writers and produce better written documents.

The Faculty Center at Sonoma State is an inviting space where faculty are welcome to explore innovative teaching and learning practices supported by instructional technology specialists. Activities include educational technology workshops, SSU Learning Community events, self-service test scanning, screencast recording, and more.

The Center For Community Engagement is here to help the University and the community collaborate. We look forward to working with you.

Sonoma State University’s Center for Environmental Inquiry is a public-private endeavor that provides research and training to advance careers, technology and innovation at SSU’s three preserves totaling 4,200 acres (Galbreath Wildlands Preserve in Mendocino County, Fairfield Osborn Preserve in Penngrove, and Los Guillicos Preserve the Valley of the Moon).