Jullanar Williams is a single parent, full-time paralegal
and caregiver for her mother, who lives three hours
away from Sacramento State. She only has to look into her son’s
eye for confirmation she’s on the right path. Jullanar earned her
criminal justice degree and credits our online program for
making it possible.
Victoria Rochester reached a point in her career where she
had years of experience in the criminal justice field, but the
lack of a bachelor’s degree was holding her back. When she
finally found a way to finish college, Victoria realized she was
doing so not only for herself, but to set an example for her
three children. Victoria shares her story.
Dillon Bunch is a senior airman currently stationed at Beale Air
Force Base. He has traveled to Korea, Singapore, Thailand and
Great Britain and will soon be deployed to the Middle East,
but no matter where he’s stationed in the world, he
has kept on track toward his bachelor’s degree in
criminal justice. Dillon picks up the story.
Jeanne Shuman’s life’s journey has not been easy, a mother of
nine children and divorced at 57. But she never gave up
on finishing her education nor lost sight of her
destination, of one day turning young and disadvantaged
lives around in the criminal justice system. Jeanne tells her