The College of Continuing Education (CCE) is honoring its
commitment to the community and youth programs by offering a
select number of online courses this summer. Due to the high
demand for these popular classes, we have added additional
sections in order to deliver fun and academically
challenging classes to more students.
NEW: This summer we are providing a $50 or
$100 scholarship voucher (depending on the course) that can be
applied toward each ATS class a student selects. This amount will
be applied during registration.
ATS’ Summer 2020 lineup includes a select number of courses for
students entering 7th-10th grades. Classes will be offered in
computer science, English, mathematics, science and social
science. Due to COVID-19, all sessions will be held
online this summer.
“I’m excited to use my on-line teaching experiences to still
work with ATS students this summer!”
–De-Laine Cyrenne, Sacramento State Professor
ATS provides students with the opportunity to discover new
academic and creative challenges in topics not always available
in regular school and the chance to explore potential college
majors and career paths.
The 2020 teaching staff includes University
professors, community college faculty and industry
ATS brings together intellectual peers from throughout the
Sacramento Valley region, allowing them to make new friends, gain
self-confidence and improve social skills.
Open to any student entering 7th-10th grades in
Classes will be offered between June 15 and July 24.
Please see our Summer
Schedule for specific dates and times.
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced school closures beginning in
March, Jill Matsueda was initially optimistic about the potential
for Sacramento State’s Summer Youth Programs to offer welcome
respite to local kids and teens cooped up in their homes
That optimism changed first to heartbreak when she realized that
the programs, held on campus each June and July, also would be
affected by social-distancing protocols remaining in force into
summer. Her keen disappointment, however, changed to
determination when she and other University leaders decided
to forge ahead and offer the much-loved courses online.