Sac State spreads the word about higher ed at 'Super Sunday'
More churches than ever took part in this year’s “Super Sunday” as Sacramento State joined other CSU campuses in their annual outreach to spread the word about the value of higher education.
University leaders, together with staff ready to answer questions on topics such as admissions, financial aid, and academic success, fanned out Sunday, Feb. 25, to churches in predominantly African American communities. President Robert S. Nelsen visited St. Paul’s Missionary Baptist Church, Provost Ching-Hua Wang spoke at Antioch Progressive Church, and Student Affairs Vice President Ed Mills led the Sac State team at Common Ground, A Covenant Church.
Nelsen’s message was one of welcome and encouragement to future Hornets and their families: “Sacramento State is an institution that is dedicated to our students, our region, our economy, and to you. Come to Sac State … Come in fellowship, and come and be part of the Sac State family.”