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Sacramento State Auxiliary Organizations

Sacramento State is committed to maintaining high standards of transparency and accountability. The University supported the Richard McKee Transparency Act (SB 8), which went into effect Jan. 1, 2012.

The legislation reflects an agreement to improve transparency and accountability of all campus auxiliaries while retaining the ability to seek non-state funds to support programs and services for students. The bill also maintains the state’s long-term commitment to protect the privacy of donors and volunteers.

Even before the legislation passed, auxiliaries at Sacramento State were subject to extensive oversight and strict transparency standards, including the public’s right to inspect or otherwise have access to a wide range of information. Each of Sacramento State’s auxiliaries is governed by an independent board that holds open meetings.

Here is a list of Sacramento State auxiliaries with links to their websites, financial data and other information:

 

Auxiliary Purpose

Associated Students, Inc.

www.asi.csus.edu

Provides programs and support for students.

Financial statements and other information available

Capital Public Radio

www.capradio.org

Manages public, non-commercial radio stations licensed to the University as a public service.

Financial statements and other information available

The University Foundation at Sacramento State

www.csus.edu/universityfoundation/index.html

Serves as the primary philanthropic auxiliary responsible for acquiring and managing the private resources to support the University.

Financial statements and other information available

University Enterprises, Inc.

www.enterprises.csus.edu/transparency/index.html

Provides goods and services (e.g., the Hornet Bookstore); administers grants and contracts for the campus.

Financial statements and other information available

University Union

www.csus.edu/union/

Provides affordable services, programs and amenities as well as social, cultural and educational programming for the campus community.

Financial statements and other information available

http://auxiliary.calstate.edu