Support Programs

Individualized Support for a Variety of Needs

Sierra offers a wide range of support programs that provide students with individualized support for a variety of needs. You may qualify for multiple programs. Use the listing below to find programs that fit you.

Support Program Listing


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CalWORKS Assisting in meeting Welfare-To-Work requirements as well as providing a variety of support services Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) For low income or educationally disadvantaged students Guardian Scholars: Former Foster Youth Provides former foster youth with special counseling, mentorship, and other support programs Honors For students interested in a more challenging classroom experience Disabled Students Programs and Services Wide variety of services to support multiple disability needs International Students Helping international students from application all the way through to meeting educational goals Undocumented Student Center Welcoming and supportive space that offers resources and guidance to empower undocumented students and mixed-status families to meet their higher education and career goals Native American and Pacific Islander Resources Native American and Pacific Islander Resources Puente Program Provides education, counseling, mentorship and activities in Latino culture RISE For new and historically underrepresented students Safe Space Support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students Student Engagement Centers Cross Cultural Center, Pride Center, and Gender Resource Center TRiO To help first generation students overcome class, social and cultural barriers to higher education Umoja Learning Community Designed to increase the retention, success rates, and the graduation and transfer rates of African ancestry students Veterans Success Center Assisting veterans with counseling, navigating the GI Bill, and finding peers that understand military life