Finish in Four
As part of its commitment to increase the four-year graduation rate, in 2016 Sacramento State introduced a “Finish in Four” program for incoming freshman. Students commit to taking at least 30 units per year in return for discounted Summer Session tuition and other incentives. In the first year more than 2,300 committed to “Finish in Four.”
California’s capital university
Sacramento State offers unique opportunities to live, work, and learn in the heart of the state’s political, cultural and economic center. A reflection of the region it serves, it is one of the most diverse universities in the western United States. Sacramento State is designated both a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) and an Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institution (AANAPISI).
Giving back to the community
Sacramento State is home to a culture of service. It has held the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification for its institutional culture and deep commitment to service since 2010. Additionally, since 1996, approximately 20,000+ students have worked with the Community Engagement Center to contribute at least 1 million hours of volunteer work at more than 300 community partner sites.
Active and involved students
There are more than 300 clubs and organizations on campus and half of the student body participates in at least one, and more than a third of Sacramento State students participate in one or more internships. Additionally, Hornet athletics has 21 intercollegiate sports teams, 12 of which have combined to win 64 conference championships since 2002.
Message from the President
The WSCUC re-accreditation process is a reflection of the quality of our commitment to our students and the Sacramento region. We are proud of the work that has been done across this campus to affirm our promise to provide a premium quality educational experience to everyone who attends Sacramento State. We are a Hornet Family, and together we can exceed the accreditation standards and transform lives here at Sacramento State.
WASC Campus Visit on
April 11 – 13, 2017
In connection with re-accreditation, Sacramento State is hosting a site visit by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).
The team collects and reviews information from institutional reports, on-campus interviews, open sessions, and email comments as it undertakes its work in developing recommendations to the University.
During the campus visit, the WASC team will meet with specific individuals and it has scheduled open meetings for students, staff, and faculty to provide informal input about their experiences with Sacramento State. The open meetings will take place in the University Union on April 11, 3:30 – 4:15 p.m.
April 11–13, 2017: WASC Campus Visit
April 11, 2017: Open Forums, 3:30 – 4:15 pm (UU)
- Faculty: Redwood Room
- Students: Auburn Room
- Staff: Folsom Room
June 2017: Commission Action
Sacramento State, Don Taylor: firstname.lastname@example.org
WSCUC, Confidential Contact: email@example.com