Sac State’s culture of compassion featured in new magazine
From helping students who face food insecurities or homelessness to offering robust mental health services and working to prevent sexual violence, Sacramento State is embracing a culture of compassion across campus.
That’s the focus of the lead story in the latest edition of the Made at Sac State Magazine, a quarterly e-publication available now. “I invite you to take a moment to learn how Sacramento State is helping our students by providing the services they need for their health and well-being – and their futures,” President Robert S. Nelsen says in his video introduction.
Sac State demonstrates its commitment in many ways, including the Student Emergency Housing Program, the ASI Food Pantry and Pop-Up Pantry (pictured), the work of our victim advocate, and the annual Out of the Darkness Campus Walk for suicide prevention.
Other stories in the magazine focus on four major construction projects that are changing the face of the campus, health clinics that serve the Sacramento community, Sac State’s impact on Golden 1 Center, sustainability innovations to protect the American River, and much more.
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