We offer support to students in need

 Implemented in 2015, the Sacramento State Case Management office provides support to students who are in crisis or experiencing unique challenges to their education.

Case Managers can coordinate referrals to campus and community resources, and offer follow-up support to address a variety of issues including but not limited to:

  • Housing displacement
  • Transportation barriers
  • Financial emergencies
  • Food Insecurity
  • Mental health and wellness
  • Physical health and wellness
  • Transition back to campus following a hospitalization

The Case Management Office offers the following services and programs for students:

  • Assistance with CalFresh Applications
  • Student Emergency Housing on campus
  • Student Emergency Fund
  • Advocacy (for accessing resources)
  • Professional Clothing Drive and Distribution (Drive held annually in March, distribution to students held annually in April)

We also offer the following workshops for staff and faculty who support students

  • Red Folder resources and working with students in distress
  • Crisis management and post-crisis self-care


If you are a student or are working with a student experiencing unique challenges/barriers to their education, don’t hesitate to reach out. You can contact Danielle Munoz, the Student Affairs Case Manager at 916-278-6060 or danielle.munoz@csus.edu

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