Work has begun to replace damaged steam and condensate pipelines. Consolidated
Western Contractors, Inc. and Perryman Mechanical, contractors working for the
University, have set up fencing and started trenching along Sinclair Road. The
trenching, abatement, removal, and replacement of the pipes will continue through
the summer. While work progresses from east to west—Riverside Hall to
Capistrano Hall—some walkways may be detoured.
For questions regarding
the project’s scope and/or schedule, contact Rechelle Arnold at 278-7605
or Robin Lovering at 278-6994.
on ‘My Sac State’
The new Sacramento State portal—"My Sac State"—is live.
All Sacramento State employees, including student assistants, can access and
update human resources information. Through My Sac State, employees can use
self-service features to view and edit their address, phone numbers and emergency
contact information. Employees can also view their benefits as well as their
compensation history and paycheck. My Sac State includes Human Resources-related
links and contact information.
In addition, My
Sac State acts as a single point of entry for all CMS Human Resources and Finance
users to access these applications. Employees can access My Sac State by going
and logging in with their SacLink username and password.
features will be added as the CMS Student Administration implementation continues.
Check the CMS website for updates. The CMS staff is available to answer questions
and to provide ad hoc training. For assistance, call the CMS Help Desk at 278-2670.
in Academic Advising
Following a national search, Vice President for Student Affairs Lori Varlotta
announced the selection of Beth Merritt Miller as director of the Academic Advising
Center. Merritt Miller served as Sacramento State’s interim director of
the Academic Advising Center for several months following the reassignment of
former director Tom Griffith to Student Affairs as interim assistant vice president.
Merritt Miller holds a doctorate in higher education: educational policy and
leadership studies from the University of Iowa and has experience in all three
segments of California public higher education including Chico State and Fresno
State, West Hills Community College, and UC Davis.
This summer, lunch on campus offers everything from fast food to fine dining.
University Enterprises Dining Services provides summer 2006 operating hours
for the Sacramento State campus eateries listed below, as well as up-to-date
hours and menus, by visiting www.dining.csus.edu.
• Kung Fu Fat's Asian Marketplace
• Hula Dogs at the Pub
• Taco Bell
• Patio Café Vending
• Java City at the Roundhouse
• University Center Restaurant
• Round Table Pizza at the Hive
• Java City - Union Station
• Burger King Express
• Gordito Burrito
• Kung Fu Fat's
• TCBY Treats and Da Deli
• Union Vending Court
• Java City at the Library
• Saigon Bay Express at the Outpost
• Java City at Modoc Hall
Sacramento State employees may voluntarily donate to other employees up to a
maximum of 16 hours of sick or vacation leave credits each fiscal year in one-hour
increments. CSUEU, MPP, Unit 4, Unit 6 and Confidential employees may donate
up to a maximum of 40 hours per fiscal year.
If employees are
interested in donating time, a donation form can be obtained by going to www.csus.edu/hr/forms.stm#Disability,
or by visiting the Human Resources, Disability Leaves Office in Sacramento Hall
162, or by calling extension 278-3522.
employees have been approved for the Catastrophic Leave Donation Program:
Tamara Dunn, College of Business Administration
Corrina Carlock, Admissions and Records
Jerry Cook, Family and Consumer Sciences
Ondria Small, College of Continuing Education
Kevin Calandri, Economics
Leo Lopez, Facilities Management
*Pamela Elbeck, Accounts Payable (* Only vacation leave credits may be donated
to this employee.)
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