International Programs and Global Engagement

USEFUL INFORMATION

CAMPUS TELEPHONE NUMBERS

911 - Emergencies

278-6686 - International Programs and Global Engagement

278-6851 - Public Safety Dept. (Campus Police-Office)

278-6351 - Academic Advising Center

278-6190 - Accounting Office (Accounts Receivable)

278-3901 - Admissions & Records

278-7772 - Admissions, International

278-6502 - Arts and Letters, College of

278-6784 - Associated Students, Inc.

278-6446 - Bookstore

278-6578 - Business Administration, College of

278-6736 - Business Office (Student Financial Service Center

278-6321 - Campus Recreation

278-6216 - Children's Center

278-7001 - Sacramento State University Enterprises

278-6366 - Engineering & Computer Science, College of

278-7111 - Enrollment Services

278-4433 - Extended Learning Programs

278-6376 - Food Service

278-6470 - Graduate Studies Academic Affairs

278-7255 - Health and Human Services, College of

278-6725 - Learning Skills

278-6926 - Library

278-3463 - Lost & Found

278-6321 - Peak Adventures

278-6655 - Residence

278-6583 - State Hornet Newspaper

278-6595 - Student Activities

278-6827 - Student Employment (On-Campus Listings

278-6784 - Student Government Offices

278-6461 - Student Health Center (Appointments/Information

278-7916 - Student Legal

278-6296 - Testing Center

STATEMENT OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

California State University, Sacramento, seeks participation in all academic and academically related activities for all individuals without regard to race, color, creed, marital status, national origin, sex, handicap, or age. The University has established an affirmative action program in accordance with federal and state regulations, Presidential Executive Orders and Titles VII and IX of the Civil Rights Act as amended. The regulations prohibit discrimination in the admission of students and recruitment, retention, and promotion of employees. The University also adheres to the provisions of the Rehabilitation Act, as amended in December 1974, and the Vietnam Readjustment Assistance Act. For further information or should you feel that you have been discriminated against in one of the aforementioned areas, contact the Affirmative Action Officer

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DISCLAIMER OF USAGE

This handbook is intended to be used for unofficial information only. Although efforts have been made to ensure that the material presented is accurate and useful, this handbook should not be used as a replacement for official sources of information whether they are campus, community, or governmental sources

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