The Full Circle Project (FCP) is a comprehensive academic support program, created by Sacramento State, in collaboration with the Department of Ethnic Studies, and the Asian America Studies Program. FCP facilitates strong academic support, intentionally planned leadership development, career readiness, and co-curricular service-learning to engage Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) students through campus and community-based activities. FCP’s vision is to cultivate the strengths of the campus and community to promote and develop APIDA identity empowerment, academic resilience, community service, and holistic well-being to ensure student success at Sacramento State and beyond.
Donations of any amount are welcome to support FCP in reaching our goals towards student success.
Goals for Student Success
- Academic support: strengthen student academic planning to navigate their academic, personal, and career goals
- Identity Development: increase students’ self-awareness of their personal history and identity
- Sense of belonging: Increase student’s sense of belonging and connection on campus
- Leadership: Increase students’ understanding of leadership, ability to lead others, advocate for social needs and take initiative
- Campus and Community Engagement: Increase student involvement on campus and in the community for social change