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Welcome 2020
Happy New Year from the STEP Team! STEP has many new and exciting events planned out for our scholrs this upcoming semester. Stay updated with events through our website and email blasts! 
STEP serves students from low-income, first generation, and/or students with disabilities who aspire to excel academically.
Scholars Attend Academic and Cultural Arts Conferences state wide!
Scholars attend academic conferences such as Standford University's Minority Medical Alliance Conference, UC Berkeley's Law Admission Conference, and UC Davis's Pre-Health Conference
Scholars Engaged in Learning with Career & Graduate School Roundtables
Clinical Psychologist Dr. Greta Todd, K-8 teacher GaoSang Xion, and Software Developer Anna Ingles share their academic & professional journey with Scholars.
STEP into Success!

Testimonials from our Scholars

Joining STEP was probably the best decision. I slacked my freshman year and earned a 2.4 GPA. I joined the STEP program, and so many great things came out of that. I made a 3.6 GPA last semester, and my determination to keep improving has never been stronger. STEP was the key to changing my habits for the better. – Kenia M.


Strengthening Talents & Exploring Pathways (STEP) aims to help students attain better understanding and exposure to opportunities that will enrich their learning and academic success, ultimately to increase retention and graduation rates among its participants. We provide enhanced academic and co-curricular support services to excelling students who are first-generation, low-income, and students with disabilities.  The STEP Scholars Program is a federally funded TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) program and implemented in January 2016 under the Calvin E. Bright Success Center. 

Office: Kolligian Library (KL) 222

Phone: (209) 285-9703


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