Students are required to come in for advising at least ONCE EVERY semester until they graduate

Advising appointments are now made online: Type into the search bar on a desktop computer or laptop and use Chrome as the internet browser. More frequently asked questions can be found here

If you have advising questions and are not a current SacState student, email unofficial transcripts from all colleges and universities attended to Kristen Anderegg, If you're a current SacState student, email Kristen your student ID number when sending in your question(s). She will respond within 2-5 business days

Office Hours Academic Year: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm | Summer Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 - 4 pm

Office Location: Lassen Hall 2008

Association of American Colleges & Universities (AACU) VALUE Rubric

Community College Substitutions 

Commencement: College of Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Studies

4 Year Roadmap

Liberal Studies Course Requirements (advising form) Traditional Program

Liberal Studies Course Requirements (advising form) Non-traditional Program

Liberal Studies & Sacramento State Learning Objectives

University Registrar Dates & Deadlines

Winter 2018 Intersession Registration Dates

Winter 2018 Intersession Courses & Related Information



Fall 2018 Events & Workshops


DREAM Connections Fridays, Sept. 14 - Dec. 7

F18 Dream Connections


FREE Legal Immigration Consultations Fridays, Sept. 14 - Nov. 30

F18 Immigration Clinics


CelebratED Sept. 17-21


For more events and info visit:



Safe Zone Trainings

FREE & Open to all students, student assistants, staff, faculty, and administrators

To register for the training, click here. To learn about more programs the Pride Center offers, visit this link

Safe Zone - Safe Zone Training is a 3-hour workshop aimed at creating safe spaces/zones on campus in people, organizations, and offices/departments. At the end of each training, individuals get "Safe Zone Stickers" which they can put on office doors/windows, water bottles, binders, laptops, etc., to show that they are safe spaces for LGBTQ students, staff, and faculty

We have five open Safe Zone trainings scheduled for the Fall 2018 semester. Email the PRIDE Center at if you have questions or would like reserve space in the training


Achieving the Success of Kings & Queens Mon., Sept. 24

To register for a day long of FREE workshops, click here


Career Center will host résumé review Tues., Sept. 25

The Career Center is excited to invite students from all majors and alumni to participate in the One-on-One Résumé Review event, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25 in the University Union, Redwood Room. This interactive event is a unique opportunity for our students and alumni to get feedback and tips on their résumés from experts and industry recruiters such as Amazon, the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Golden 1 Credit Union, John Adams Academy, University Enterprises Inc. and more. Students should bring their OneCard and hard copies of their résumés, and come ready to receive tips from our regional employers
Leadership Initiative credit also is available. For more information, contact Denise Hamilton at 278-6235 or

Social Justice Leadership Seminar

10 am - 12 pm Fridays (10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9)

FREE and available to students, space is limited. To register, click here


Fall 2018 Social Justice Leadership Seminar


Pathways to Public Service Student Conference and Career Fair Wed., Oct. 17

Pathways Student Conference

Pathways Career Fair                                            

RSVP at Visit the Career Center in Lassen 1013 for more career events and information


Empowering Women of Color Conference - Fri., Nov. 16

FREE and open to anyone, space is limited

To register, click here

The Empowering Women of Color Conference centralizes women of color identities and experiences. Women of color take a significant amount of energy navigating the world helping, pioneering and making changes for others. The challenges of being a woman of color is finding sense of belonging, a place that feels like home, a community or your tribe.  This year’s conference will explore finding community and sense of belonging to revitalize authenticity within toward liberation and freedom.  The Fifth Annual Empowering Women of Color seeks to centralize marginalized identities by providing an empowering space for students of the Sacramento State Campus the goal of the conference is to centralize Women of Colors narratives and experiences. This year’s conference theme is “Rooting Self in Community Toward Liberation and Freedom” the purpose of the conference will be to give students a space to reflect, affirm, and advocate for finding community as a progression towards liberation and Freedom

To learn about services, resources, and programs at the Women's Resource Center, click here