Student Angie Olivas takes notes during a Human Career Development class at Sacramento City College in Sacramento on Tuesday, October 6, 2015. After years of rising Latino enrollment at Sacramento State and Sacramento City College, both campuses will receive millions of federal dollars by qualifying as Hispanic-Serving Institutions for the first time. Sacramento City College just received a $3.9 million federal grant to boost the number of Hispanic and low-income students enrolling in science, technology, engineering and math programs.
Student Angie Olivas takes notes during a Human Career Development class at Sacramento City College in Sacramento on Tuesday, October 6, 2015. After years of rising Latino enrollment at Sacramento State and Sacramento City College, both campuses will receive millions of federal dollars by qualifying as Hispanic-Serving Institutions for the first time. Sacramento City College just received a $3.9 million federal grant to boost the number of Hispanic and low-income students enrolling in science, technology, engineering and math programs. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Student Angie Olivas takes notes during a Human Career Development class at Sacramento City College in Sacramento on Tuesday, October 6, 2015. After years of rising Latino enrollment at Sacramento State and Sacramento City College, both campuses will receive millions of federal dollars by qualifying as Hispanic-Serving Institutions for the first time. Sacramento City College just received a $3.9 million federal grant to boost the number of Hispanic and low-income students enrolling in science, technology, engineering and math programs. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Sacramento City College tries to boost Hispanic enrollment in STEM programs

October 04, 2016 03:22 PM

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