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Welcome to Seawolf Scholars!

The purpose of Seawolf Scholars at Sonoma State University is to provide current and former foster youth with advocacy, academic support, community building, and access to resources for educational success. The Seawolf Scholars Program strives to break-down stereotypes by increasing knowledge and understanding of the Foster Care System for Sonoma State University students, staff, faculty, and the local community.

We are located in the first floor of the University Library as an integral part of the Center for Academic Access & Student Enrichment (C.A.A.S.E.) programs within the Division of Student Affairs. CAASE serves as a resource hub and "one stop shop" for underrepresented and underserved students at Sonoma State University. For more information please visit the Center for Academic Access & Student Enrichment website. 


Seawolf Scholars Newsletter

Twice a semester the Seawolf Scholars team shares news and updates about our program, students and community resources.   Please check out our newsletter to subscribe!

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