SAIL's Pre-Application for New Students (2020-2021) Interest List for Fall 2020
STUDENT ASSISTANCE IN LEARNING (SAIL) at California State University, San Bernardino

www.csusb.edu/sail

SAIL, the University’s federally funded Student Support Services project, serves 325 students
each year. Eligible participants are students from low-income families, students whose parents
have not earned a bachelor’s degree, and/or students with a learning or physical disability.

The project’s goal is to provide a variety of supportive services to ensure students’ academic and personal success at CSUSB and their persistence towards graduation. SAIL offers:

• Academic advising
• Financial aid counseling and personal financial planning
• Career and personal counseling
• Supplemental instruction courses to promote success in general education classes.
• Courses in college reading, writing improvement and general study skills
• Quarterly and Focus workshops addressing study skills, student resources and personal growth
• Computer/Study Resource Center
• Study marathons to help prepare for final exams
• Assistance with graduate school planning and applications
• Cultural, community service, and leadership development opportunities


SELECTION PROCESS: As there are a limited number of spaces available in the SAIL, priority will be given to:

· Students who are both income eligible and first generation college students;
· Students who have disabilities and are income eligible who require educational accommodations;
· Students with educational histories that reflect a need for academic support
· MOST IMPORTANTLY, students MOTIVATED to make full use of TRiO services



Last Name *
First Name *
Middle Initial
Coyote ID *
1. Are you a current or incoming CSUSB undergraduate student? *
2. Are you a U.S. citizen or permanent resident? *
3. Are you a first generation college student (your parents have not earned a bachelor's degree)? *
4. Do you have a disability for which you require accommodations? *
5. Are you a transfer student? *
6. Have you ever participated in a TRiO program (Talent Search, Upward Bound, or Student Support Services)? *
7. Have you declared your major? *
8. How did you hear about SAIL? *
Required
What to expect after completing this form...
•Eligibility status will be reviewed and notifications will be sent to myCoyote email addresses on May 11, 2020.

•Eligible pre-applicants will be invited to apply during the open enrollment period for Fall 2020.

•SAIL's open enrollment will begin May 12, 2020 and in-person applications will be accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis.
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