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Our Catering department provides food and drink for all types of special events on campus. Our professional catering team plans, prepares, and serves a variety of refreshments and meals for meetings, seminars, conferences, receptions, and showings. For reservations or more information call (916) 278-6743.

Dining Services

The Dining Commons is available to everyone in the campus community. An all-you-care-to eat delicious, everchanging meals served in a friendly, inviting, on-campus environment. Pay per meal or invest in a high value meal plan. The Dining Commons also accommodates special events and summer seminars and camps for organizations using the residence housing facility throughout the summer. For more information call Chef Mark Lewandowski at (916) 278-7499.


Concessions provides food, drink, and insignia products for athletic events, as well as for special production events on the Sacramento State campus. For more information call (916) 278-6376.


Summer Hours

Library hours subject to change. Library hours recording (916) 278-6926 or consult the website at

Student Health Center

Suzanne Snively Building First Floor (916) 278-6461

  • Provides medical care to all currently enrolled students
  • No health insurance required
  • Most services are available on a walk-in basis; services include first aid, immunizations, TB testing, blood pressure checks, pregnancy testing, and emergency contraception; care for students with acute illnesses including colds, allergies, sore throats, injuries, and more
  • Pharmacy, lab, and x-ray services on site
  • Individual health promotion, prevention, educational services, and more

Services to Students with Disabilities

Services to Students with Disabilities (SSWD) offers a wide range of support services and accommodations to students in order to ensure equal access and opportunity to pursue their educational goals.

Services and accommodations are provided to students with visual, hearing, mobility impairments, specific learning disabilities, psychiatric disorders, and/or other types of disabilities. Student must submit medical or professional documentation prior to meeting with a counselor for needs assessment and accommodation plan. Please see details in the Application Process and Forms at

Working collaboratively with faculty, staff, and administrators, SSWD provides consultation and serves as the information resource on disability related issues to the campus community. Please visit the SSWD website at