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Sacramento State Media Center
Sacramento State, part of the California State University system, is committed to academic excellence, community engagement, and diversity, equity and inclusion. Celebrating its 75th anniversary during the 2022-23 academic year, Sac State was established in 1947. It consists of seven academic colleges that each year prepare thousands of students for lives of achievement, success, and service to their communities and beyond.
We provide response to media inquiries, faculty experts, access to spokespeople addressing critical issues, story ideas, and other media assistance.
For media inquiries, please reach out to:
Brian Blomster, Director of News and Communications
Brian.Blomster@csus.edu, (916) 278-3835
Anita Fitzhugh, Public Information Officer
email@example.com, (916) 278-2806
These are our officially recognized names and can be used in all instances:
- Sacramento State
- Sac State
- California State University, Sacramento
Please do not refer to us by any of these incorrect names: CSUS; Sacramento State University; CSU Sacramento.
Find an Expert
Nearly 1,900 faculty members teach at Sac State and possess notable expertise on topics related to their fields. Use the Sac State Scholars database to identify faculty experts, and contact Anita Fitzhugh or Brian Blomster for assistance with interviews.
Download Campus Video and Images
University Communications offers photos and videos that are available for public use. Search through our libraries for downloadable visuals to support your story about Sac State.
Sac State Media Advisories
Sacramento State students, faculty, staff and alumni regularly make local and national news for their accomplishments, success and expertise. Take a look at our latest media advisories about the University and its scholars.
About Sac State
Learn more about the University, including key initiatives, leadership, rankings, and more in the latest issue of the Sacramento State Fact Book.
- Sacramento State’s colleges include Arts and Letters, Business, Continuing Education, Education, Engineering and Computer Science, Health and Human Services, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies.
- The University’s academic offerings include 76 bachelor’s degree programs, 53 master’s degree programs, 3 doctoral degrees, 19 post-baccalaureate certificates, and 20 credential programs.
- As part of California State University’s Graduation Initiative 2025, Sacramento State’s graduation rate has increased 187% since 2016 due to the success of the Finish in Four and Through in Two initiatives.
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