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GRE Prep Classes- Free Summer 2022/ Register Now

The Graduate Diversity Program hosts free Graduation Requirement Exam (GRE) prep sessions online each summer and fall. GRE prep is open to Sac State students; and alumni who are recent graduates and who still have access to their CSUS email.

If you will be entering a graduate program, and are required to take the GRE test, the Graduate Diversity Program is offering a free GRE Prep course this summer 2022.

The course will cover all three sections of the general GRE test: Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing, and will be held online asynchronously July 1 – July 30, 2022, through Canvas.

Please, sign up for the course the link by June 24, 2022 through the link below.

Registration link:

Overview of Intellectual Property Workshop- May 12, 2022

Overview of Intellectual Property Workshop-May 12, from noon to 1:00 PM

Technology Transfer Officer Rafael Gacel-Sinclair of ORIED's Office of Innovation and Technology Transfer will be giving a free virtual "Overview of Intellectual Property" workshop from the Carlson Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship on May 12, from noon to 1:00 PM. that will cover:

  • Trade secrets
  • Copyrights
  • Trademarks
  • Plant breeders rights/plant variety rights
  • Patents

To register for the workshop, please visit:

 Doctorate in Educational Leadership Dissertation Defenses Presentations

Doctorate in Educational Leadership program dissertation defenses

The 13th cohort of the Doctorate in Educational Leadership program will be presenting its dissertation defenses virtually throughout the month of April. We invite the public to attend, and the current schedule may be viewed on the Ed.D. website. To request accommodations, including ASL interpreting, please email Please request accommodations with as much lead time as possible, ideally with a minimum of five days advance notice.

Submitted by the Ed.D. program