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Re-Emerging Scholars Center

Re-Emerging Scholars provides meaningful support in the lives of justice-involved and formerly-incarcerated students looking to take steps toward a new path. The program supports students at any level–from the enrollment process through successful completion of education and career support.

What Is Re-Emerging Scholars?

Campus Resource Center

We provide programming, support, and a safe space for formerly incarcerated and justice-impacted students, including:

  • Assistance with enrollment and financial aid
  • Weekly check-in sessions with faculty
  • Counseling, case management, and therapy
  • Workshops on personal development and career readiness
  • Mentoring: a peer-to-peer mentoring program
  • Community resource referrals and support
  • Money: emergency funding and scholarships
  • Support: study skills support, school supplies, snacks, and t-shirts
  • University connections to CSUS, UCD, and UCB programs
  • A sense of community and a place to be

Cohort-Based Learning Community

A learning community for formerly incarcerated and justice-impacted students to complete personal, professional, and educational development courses with supportive faculty, staffing, and counseling toward transfer and career.

Students are enrolled in coordinated transfer-level courses:

  • College Success
  • Accelerated English Writing
  • Sociology (with re-entry lens)
  • Personal Finance or Accelerated Math/STATs
  • Marriage and Family
  • Internship
  • Nutrition
  • Public Speaking
  • an additional group study course

After their first year, cohort students can be nearly 75% of the way through their General Education requirements.

Clubs

Two campus clubs for all formerly incarcerated and system-impacted students to:

  • engage with Re-Emerging Scholars
  • find community and fellowship
  • continue to build a pro-social network
  • support sobriety
  • engage in advocacy
  • attend campus and community events

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Hours

Enrollment Days
Friday:
10:00 am to 4:30 pm

Location

Rodda Hall South, RHS 163
3835 Freeport Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95822

Staff

Professor: Nicholas Miller
Email: MillerN@scc.losrios.edu
Phone: (916) 558-2237
Office Location: Rodda Hall North, RHN 213

Professor: Shane Logan
Email: LoganS@scc.losrios.edu
Phone: (916) 558-2234
Office Location: Rodda Hall South, RHS 163

RES Counselor: Anh Nguyen
Email: NguyenA2@scc.losrios.edu
Phone: (916) 558-2071