- What should I bring for registration?
Be sure to bring a government issued ID such as an state ID card, driver's license, passport, permanent resident card, etc. Students should also bring any amenities they require for their dorm. A list will be provided in their acceptance package
- Where will students be staying?
Students will be staying in the residence halls. This year students will be staying the Tercero Residence Hall Area.
- Will the students receive meals?
Yes. Students will be provided with 3 meals a day as part of the program. Any outside meals will be out of the student's pocket.
- Can I mail items to my student?
Yes. Items can be mailed to the Segundo Service Desk.
- Can they leave for the weekend?
No. STEP is a full time commitment so students are required to take full advantage of the program by attending all events and programs including during the weekends.
- Can I visit my student?
Yes. Students will be allowed to have visits from family during their free time. Family will be required to check in with staff before heading to the student's dorm.
- Is there a cost for step?
No. STEP is funded through a combination of financial aid and STEP funds.
- How can I support my with the STEP application?
Please make sure that your students is submitting all necessary forms and applications, including two FAFSA/Dream Act Applications. More information on application deadline and requirements can be found here.