A $9 million gift from its namesake helped create the Ernest E. Tschannen Science Complex, a University showplace where, through discovery and development, students are taking on important scientific challenges.
Already a valued community resource supporting STEM education, the Planetarium puts science and imagination under one domed roof.
The CARES Office and ASI Food Pantry create a safety net and provide for the basic needs of students experiencing unforeseen obstacles and facing academic disruption.Learn More About The Basic Needs Program
The renowned University Library is a center for resources supporting student success. Innovative additions such as the Donald & Beverly Gerth Special Collections & University Archives, the MakerSpace, and Bloomberg terminals enhance that array.Learn More About The University Library
The Carlsen Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, with significant initial funding from Dale and Katy Carlsen, offers programming, hands-on learning, and mentorship to young visionaries who wish to make an impact. It also serves as a community catalyst for business and enterprise.
Folsom Hall is home to the School of Nursing, Department of Physical Therapy, and the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. These programs provide excellence in specialized healthcare education and clinical services, while engaging deeply with the community.Learn More About Folsom Hall Programming
The Leslie and Anita Harper Alumni Center serves as a welcoming on-campus home to alumni, friends, and the community at large, strengthening lifelong ties to Sacramento State.Learn More About The Harper Alumni Center
The proposed Events Center is envisioned to be a modern, multi-use facility that will increase programming and host activities ranging from athletics events, to educational sessions, job fairs, and concerts.Learn More About Parking Lot 9
Placer Center, Sac State’s long-desired education hub in Placer County, came closer to reality after a significant 2020 land donation from Placer Ranch, Inc., owned by philanthropist Eli Broad, along with other key contributions.
Lassen Hall is home to Programs of Excellence that support academic success for all Hornet students, including former foster youth, young men of color, veterans, and many others.Learn More About Programs Of Excellence
A performance venue at heart, the University Theatre also serves as a classroom, lecture hall, lab space, ceremony venue, and home to community events.Learn More About The University Theatre
Funded by Clark Pacific, the concrete lab that bears the company’s name hosts award-winning student research to assess and improve the durability aspects of concrete.
Honoring a beloved longtime history professor, the Peter H. Shattuck Chair in Colonial American History creates a panoramic view of that important era.
College of Education scholarships support future educators, allowing them to focus fully on preparing to become part of a modern educational workforce.
Honoring a generous longtime supporter of the University, the Hazel Cramer Endowed Chair further strengthens Sac state’s work as an engaged, effective partner in public policy work.
The Center for Small Business, through faculty-supervised students, continues to provide free technical management assistance to small businesses in the Sacramento region, as it has since 1969.Learn More About Tahoe Hall
The Rekhi Singh Endowed Professor in Happiness, in the Psychology Department, supports activities to promote happiness across the campus and beyond.
Degree completion programs through the College of Continuing Education create new and clear paths for people within the community to attain their degrees.Learn More About Degree Completion Programs
The Art Sculpture Lab will provide art students with expanded work-space and state-of-the-art equipment for sculpture projects.Learn More About The Art Sculpture Lab