Formerly imprisoned students to get home near Sacramento State
Sacramento State students who were formerly incarcerated will soon have a home near the campus because of a $550,000 grant from the Project Rebound Consortium and $275,000 from both University Enterprises, a Sacramento State auxiliary, and the office of President Robert S. Nelsen.
Project Rebound, launched in 1967, is a statewide program that supports formerly imprisoned students who want to reintegrate into society and earn a college degree, according to Sacramento State communications staff.
The Sacramento State housing program will be the first in Northern California and the second in the state. The first project was at Cal State Fullerton.