President Nelsen's Fall Address stresses resilience and safety
Sac State receives $8 million in new funding to support Latinx students
September 23, 2021 Two grants from the U.S. Department of Education will support new projects to help underrepresented students earn their degrees and be ready for the workforce.
APIDA student summit spotlights career choices outside of cultural, family traditions
September 21, 2021 Speakers emphasized media, entertainment, and performing arts as professions where Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi Americans are making their marks.
Redesigned Child and Adolescent Development program expands opportunities for students
September 17, 2021 College of Education’s largest program retooled to provide fuller understanding of career options and incorporate antiracist research and practices.
First-generation Sac State graduate student earns CSU’s top academic honor
September 13, 2021 Carla Cruz Medina is among the 2021 Trustees' Award honorees, accomplished scholars from each CSU university who have overcome adversity, excelled academically and participated in community service.
Sac State to honor six exceptional alumni for contributions to campus and community
September 10, 2021 This year’s recipients of Distinguished Alumni Awards are having a positive impact and representing the University’s values in action.
Critical work to defend Sac State community's health leads to President's Medal for Joy Stewart-James
September 10, 2021 Her leadership, advocacy, collaboration and hard work put Joy Stewart-James at the forefront of the University's efforts to thwart the advance of COVID-19.
Distinguished Alumni: Rising Star Jamil Kochai finds literary success with debut novel
September 10, 2021 His family heritage and a "brilliant teacher" helped Jamil Kochai on a path that led to his writing of an acclaimed novel.
Sac State again promotes civic engagement with on-campus Vote Center and ballot drop box
September 09, 2021 The University offers multiple ways for voters to easily cast their ballots in the Sept. 14 recall election.
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