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For my first year of college in 1975 I attended Washington State University. While it was a great school all of my General Education classes had 200+ students in them. My Biology class was held in a large auditorium with over 600 students and was taught by a TA! I moved to California right after my first year and continued on at Sierra. The small class sizes and working directly with Professors made all the difference for me. I really found myself at Sierra. When I transferred to Sac State as a junior, the solid foundation given to me by Sierra made it possible for me to focus on my major and do well. Best of all in 2001, I was hired by Sierra. It felt like coming home.
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