Offices and Services
(916) 278-6639 | Eureka Hall 206 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dean's Office is the central administrative office, providing a variety of services to students, faculty, staff, and the public. Visitors are welcome any time.
Graphics and Website Center
Information Technology and Data Management Office
(916) 278-4359 | Eureka Hall 203 | email@example.com
The Information Technology and Data Management Office supports the College's computer infrastructure and its data collection and anaysis activities.
Office of the Budget Analyst
Office of Contracts, Scholarships, and Safety Review Specialist
(916) 278-3789 | Eureka Hall 212 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Contracts, Scholarships and Safety Review Specialist (CSSR) handles the following logistical services for the College of Education: memorandums of understanding/agreements, contracts, scholarships, and risk management/safety.
Office of Development, Communications, and Alumni Relations
(916) 278-3618 | Eureka Hall 224 | email@example.com
The Office of Development, Communications, and Alumni Relations manages the College's fundraising efforts, general public communications, and its repoire with alumni and community memebers.
Academic and Program Services
AERO Office: Advising, Equity, Retention, Recruitment, Recommendation, and Outreach
(916) 278-6403 | Eureka Hall 437 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The AERO office provides three primary services: advising (future and current students), equity assistance (specific student populations), and recommendation (generally, students seeking their formal credential after completing one of the College's credential programs).
Center for Counseling and Diagnostic Services (CCDS)
Credential Analyst Office
(916) 278-5553 | Eureka Hall 414 | email@example.com
The Credentials Analyst, part of the AERO Office, oversees advising and administrative services for students receiving credentials and authorizations.
(916) 278-4324 | Eureka Hall 436 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Equity Office provides advising and career development resources for specific student groups. Among these are financial aid work study candidates, Cal Grant recipients, individuals that are first in family college students, and English language learners.