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Applications can be filled out and submitted online
The Journey office is in the ARC New Student Center Building inside the Hub near Starbucks on the American River College campus.
You are a first generation student if neither of your parents has completed a 4-year degree. You still qualify as a first generation student if your siblings, aunt, uncle, or other relative other than your mother or father has obtained a 4-year degree.
The Federal government determines the income levels that qualify. We accepted the Board of Governors (BOG) Fee Waiver as verification of low income status for our program. For further information, please see below for a qualifying income chart.
Yes. Click Here for the Journey brochure.
Print and fill out the Peer Mentor Application and turn it in to the Journey office along with your transcript and resume. The application will only be available when there is an open peer mentor position.
Yes, but you must apply for each seperately. The peer mentor application will only be available when there is an open peer mentor position.
No. Journey is for American River students who are no longer in High School.
Journey is a new program at ARC, so some people are still getting acquainted with us. For now the best way to get your Journey questions answered is to check out our website, call us at 484-8489, or visit us in portable 605 to speak with us in person.