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A Place of Belonging
Sacramento State made a commitment to be an antiracism and inclusive campus and created a three-year plan to take the University on this journey, starting with BELIEVING there are challenges to overcome. This idea was brought to life on Santa Clara Hall with a series of murals painted by students, faculty, and alumni in partnership with Wide Open Walls. New murals will be created as the campus community works on BECOMING an institution that transforms policies, procedures, and perspectives so that its BEING represents all of humanity in its beautiful splendor and conveys a true sense of belonging.
“We know that any work around racism, inclusion and belonging is a journey. We wanted the murals to take us on a journey.”
Mia Settles-Tidwell, Vice President for Inclusive Excellence and University Diversity Officer
Beyond the Books
Campus is filled with activities both in and out of the classroom. Students can participate in clubs and organizations; volunteer in the community; enjoy student dance, art, and music productions; play sports or cheer on their favorite teams; work out, and more. The University Union and The WELL also provide gathering spots for various activities, including recreational games, studying, socializing, and relaxing.
Most Engaged Campus for Student Voting
All In Campus Democracy Challenge
- 246 student clubs and orgs
- 37 Greek orgs
- 17 competitive sport clubs
- 129 Peak Adventures trips, classes & clinics
- 100+ weekly fitness & recreation programs at The Well
- Lake Natoma #3 for rowing in North America
Hornet athletes finished strong in 2022. With a championship football team that drew record-breaking crowds of more than 77,500 fans to Hornet Stadium, the momentum did not end there. Men’s baseball won 30 games, more than any other Division I team in California for the 10th consecutive season. Accolades extend to academics, too. More than 200 student-athletes received conference All-Academic awards.
21 Intercollegiate Sports
NCAA DIVISION I
- 3x football championships Big Sky Conference
- 93 conference championships NCAA Division I
- 3.0 Average GPA for student-athletes
Nature in Everything
Green is everywhere at Sacramento State, starting with the emerald canopy of more than 3,500 trees covering the 300-acre campus. Sac State’s commitment to sustainability and numerous efforts to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040 has earned the University a Gold rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
Garden for Wildlife Designation
National Wildlife Federation
- Bee Campus USA since 2021
- Tree Campus USA since 2012
- Bike Campus USA since 2016