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Sac State’s Student Academic Success Day promotes student achievement

Student Academic Success Day, which takes place Sept. 26, will feature workshops and other events focused on promoting student achievement and closing the degree-attainment gap. (Sacramento State/Nicole Fowler)

Sacramento State on Monday, Sept. 26, will host its annual Student Academic Success Day, a daylong event designed to promote student achievement and close the degree-attainment gap.

The event is the culmination of the University’s first Student Academic Success Week, which began on Monday, Sept. 19, and included several days of virtual workshops to help students navigate their academic majors.

This year, Student Academic Success Day will bring together Sac State students, faculty, staff, and community members for virtual and in-person workshops, resource fairs, and other programing to help ensure students are on track to graduate on time and equipped with tools they can use to succeed after graduation.

This year’s theme is “Passionate, Persistent, and Powerful: Proclaiming Success.” Activities include:

  • Workshops about careers in professional sports, investing, personal branding, and entrepreneurship
  • A goal-setting session called Achieving Life Success: Finding your Passion
  • Events to support and empower women and men of color
  • The DEGREES Project Networking Mixer, where participants can receive on-the-spot advising and coaching.

For more information about Student Academic Success Day, visit the event website.

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Jonathan Morales joined the Sac State communications team in 2017 as a writer and editor. He previously worked at San Francisco State University and as a newspaper reporter and editor. He enjoys local beer, Bay Area sports teams, and spending time outdoors with his family and dog.

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