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Giving Tuesday

Make your Giving Tuesday gift today (or tomorrow)

November 30, 2015 by Laurie Hall

There is a day for giving thanks, and two days for getting deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving back.

Starting at noon, Monday, Nov. 30 through 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1, you can be part of #GivingTuesday by making a gift to your favorite Sac State college or program. Gifts from faculty, staff, students, first-time donors and recent graduates will be matched up to $100 by the University Foundation at Sacramento State.

Sac State Family at Causeway Classic

ICYMI Fridays–Special Wednesday Edition

November 25, 2015 by Laurie Hall

The campus hosted three big annual events this week:

  • Endowment Breakfast: The University Foundation at Sacramento State’s yearly report to our donors featured a surprise $75,000 donation from Wells Fargo
  • Causeway Classic: Despite the results, we were #HornetProud at the 62nd Hornet-Aggie matchup.
  • Rock Auction: It was rock-hound heaven at the fundraiser for Sac State’s Geology Club.

For more images from campus events, visit our gallery. ICYMI Fridays will return next week on its regular schedule.

Sac State Torchlight Cover

Sac State Torchlight now online

November 25, 2015 by Laurie Hall

Find out how your gifts are making an impact at Sac State in the Fall 2015 Special Edition of Sac State Torchlight. This special edition includes the 2014-15 Annual Report of Giving and Honor Roll of Donors.

You’ll learn how students are helping fellow students in need through the Student Emergency Grant Fund, see how efforts to build a new Event Center got big boost from a $750,000 gift commitment and find out how peer support programs help students stay on track for graduation. All that, plus the Retirees Association scholarship program, five ways your company can connect with the campus, a look at the year in fundraising and more.

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Safe Credit Group Shot

ICYMI Fridays

November 20, 2015 by Sam Churich

We continue to have a busy semester at Sac State. Follow the links below for images from a couple more events from the past few weeks:

Also, check out the story on biological sciences professor Kimberly Mulligan’s quest to crack the code on autism by studying the behavior of fruit flies. The story made national news and you saw it here first in Sac State Magazine.

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