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Prospective Students


Through the SAIL program, eligible students have access to:

  • Academic advising
  • Financial aid counseling
  • Personal finance planning
  • Career counseling
  • Personal counseling
  • Semester workshops addressing study skills, student resources, and personal growth
  • Computer/Study Resource Center (SAIL's Harbor)
  • Study marathons to help students prepare for final exams
  • Assistance with graduate school planning and applications
  • Cultural, community service, and leadership development opportunities


An eligible student is one who is a current or incoming CSUSB undergraduate student and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. An applicant to the program must also:

  • be a low-income student, or
  • a first-generation college student (parents have not earned a bachelor’s degree, or
  • a student with a disability
  • Has a need for academic support services 

Prospective 2021-2022 Students

If you are interested in joining SAIL for the 2021-2022 academic year, you can add yourself to SAIL’s Fall 2021 Interest List and a SAIL staff member we follow up with you via your Coyote email address with information about your eligibility to join SAIL as well as follow-up application steps. Space is available on a first-come-first-serve basis and so it is recommended to follow the directions in the email as soon as possible.