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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
  • SAIL’s 2-unit college reading courses
  • Quarterly workshops addressing study skills, student resources, and personal growth
  • Computer/Study Resource Center
  • 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 2020-2021 Students

SAIL’s open enrollment period for Fall 2020 semester is now closed.  If you are interested in joining SAIL for the Spring 2021 term, you can add yourself to SAIL’s Spring 2021 Interest List and a SAIL staff member we follow up with you via your Coyote email within 5 business days 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.