The SDSU Sophomore Success Program is an
immersive full-service academic and student life support initiative
tailored to second year students who are from outside of the SDSU
service area. The first cohort of sophomores to experience the program,
which requires non-local sophomores to live on campus, will be a part of
the 2017 freshman class. This cohort will live in on-campus suites and
apartment communities starting in the fall of 2018.
two-phase program will begin by welcoming 2017 freshmen class of
Guardian Scholar, Nursing, Honors College, out-of-state and
international students, as well as student athletes to continue to live
on campus their second year in 2018. It will be fully implemented,
benefiting all second-year, non-local students, in the fall of 2019.
show that students who live on campus are better prepared academically,
enjoy an increased sense of community and campus connectedness, and
graduate at faster rates than those who do not.
participants will enjoy customized career development support; flexible
guest, meal and roommate policies; enhanced safety and security.
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