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SASS Mission Statement

In partnership with SJSU's faculty and staff, SASS seeks to enrich the lives of our students by promoting, supporting and delivering critical and quality academic services, to help students achieve their career goals for life-long learning and participation in the global workforce.

SASS Units

  • Frosh #FinishIn4 and Transfer #Take2
    Resources to help students plan the pathways to graduation including MyRoadmap: a 4 year degree plan, advisor information.

  • MyGPS: A suite of technology tools to facilitate course planning and registration, and financial and time management resources

  • Academic Advising & Retention Services (AARS)
    AARS provides academic advising for General Education requirements, probation students and undeclared students, coordinates frosh and transfers strategic initiatives to improve retention and graduation (high unit seniors, assigned undeclared, etc.). On-line advising hub

  • Peer Connections
    Peer Connections provides a variety of academic support  through its mentoring, tutoring and workshops. Programs provided focus on holistic student development as well as content knowledge acquisition. Peer Connections serves all undergraduate students with priority emphasis on  transitional students. Our peer educators can be found in two locations: SSC 600, and the main lobby of Clark Hall.

  • Student-Athlete Success Services
    Student-Athlete Success Services provides academic planning and study skills education for every student athlete at San Jose State University. This unit also promotes student-athlete academic achievement and personal accountability. Further, they work to ensure that all student-athletes graduate and maintain NCAA eligibility with regard to GPA, hours passed, percent degree, and Academic Progress Rate (APR).

  • TRIO ASPIRE Program
    This federally funded project provides traditionally underrepresented students with equal access to educational opportunities. These include students who are low-income or first-generation college students or registered with a disability that hinders academic performance.

  • TRIO McNair Scholar Program
    This federally funded program encourages low-income individuals who are first-generation college students, and/or underrepresented in graduate education, to pursue doctoral study.

  • E-Campus
    The mission of eCampus is to advance the effective use of current and emerging technologies to cultivate excellence in teaching and to foster significant student learning.  eCampus envisions and promotes a pervasive learning environment where opportunities for acquiring and accessing knowledge as well as participating in a community of scholarship are ever present.