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Project Rebound Offers

  • An introduction to the university
  • Admissions processing
  • Advocacy for students with parole or probation difficulties
  • Academic Program Advising
  • FAFSA assistance, if needed ( i.e. educational grants, scholarships, federal loans)
  • Health Center
  • Limited traveling assistance if needed
  • Learning Center/SAT tutoring
  • Professional Psychological
  • Counseling
  • Project 20 Alternative sentencing
  • Educational Workshops in local jails.
  • Mentoring for Rebound Students

Project Rebound does not offer housing or correspondence courses at this time.

Program Admission

Project Rebound Requirements:

  • Must be formerly incarcerated; off or on parole or probation.
  • Must be living or paroling close to a Project Rebound supported campus
  • Ability to perform college level work
  • Be motivated to succeed and benefit from a college education
  • Maintain satisfactory progress by taking and completing 12 or at least 6 units each semester
  • High School Transcripts /GED(for freshman)
  • 56-60 units of credit (for transfer students)
  • College transcripts (for transfer students)
  • ACT or SAT scores (for freshman)
  • Admission application (CSU Apply)
  • Financial Aid application

Applications are available by special request from Project Rebound in your area.