The University of California Center in Sacramento Program
The University of California Center in Sacramento Program (UCCS) is a
residential academic program that combines an internship with research
and coursework. In addition, students have the opportunity to observe
public policy processes firsthand in our state’s capital. Admission to
the UCCS Program is open through a competitive application process to
upper-division undergraduates from all majors. Students maintain
full-time enrollment at UCSB while working in a structured internship
with an agency or organization of their choice in Sacramento. Students
earn eight units of internship credit (INT 192SA) and four units of
independent study credit (INT 199SA). The program is offered during any
academic quarter, including summer session. For more information visit
the program’s Web site: http://uccs.universityofcalifornia.edu.
Application materials may be obtained from staff in the Undergraduate
Research and Creative Activities (URCA) Office, North Hall 2105.