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  • Welcome
    SERVICE The Cooper Woodson College Enhancement Program CWC was founded in 1990 through the leadership of Dr Otis Scott Chris Glen and Dr David Covin The founders formulated the theoretical framework of the program based on the principles of Leadership Scholarship and Service a tagline that continues to define the mission of the program The program s success and influence are felt around the world Featured News Wed 14 Oct

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/cooper/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Fees - Student Registration & Advising Guide
    sign an agreement At that time you will be required to pay registration fees Non resident students may use both the installment Payment Plan and the Non Resident Tuition Installment Payment Plans A 15 00 late fee will be assessed for each late payment Back to Top OTHER FEES A Parking Permits Note Fees are subject to change Automobiles per semester 165 00 Motorcycles Mopeds per semester 41 00 Temporary Permits per week 11 00 Daily Permits 6 00 Note Residence Hall permits are available on line or at the UTAPS office Visit http www csus edu utaps for more information All parking permits are non transferable Temporary permits are non refundable The University is NOT responsible for lost or stolen parking permits A permit does not guarantee the holder a parking space in any given area at any given time For questions about Disabled Placards Request for Waiver of Campus Parking Fee contact Services to Students with Disabilities Lassen Hall 1008 916 278 6955 or see http www csus edu aba utaps parking regulations html 15 For Residence Hall Permits and carpool permits contact the Parking Office 7767 Folsom Blvd 916 278 7275 B Checks or credit cards returned for any cause 20 00 Persons having more than one check electronic or paper returned to the University from the bank will not have any checks accepted for their duration at Sacramento State This includes checks written by another party on the individual s behalf These persons are required to make payment by cash money order cashier s check or credit card only C Late registration fee 25 00 This fee applies to those registering during the late registration period This also applies to those who have been cancelled and are re registering during this period D Reenrollment fee 100 00 This fee applies to those who have been cancelled and are reenrolling for the same term as of the 1 st day of instruction or later NOTE This is not a complete listing of all fees that may be charged by the University Back to Top PAYMENTS Online Payment Go to the My Sac State Student Center and choose Account Inquiry then click the green button to make an online payment Debit Card 5 00 flat fee Note Some banks and credit unions do not participate in the pin less debit program eCheck 5 00 flat fee Credit Card 2 9 of total amount Visa Mastercard American Express Discover In Person at the Student Financial Services Center in Lassen Hall Room 1001 Credit Cards Debit Cards are NOT accepted for payment of Registration Fees Cash check money orders One Card and credit card checks are accepted for payment of registration fees VISA MasterCard Discover cash check and OneCard are accepted for payments OTHER than Registration Fees Financial Aid If you have been awarded financial aid and completed the required documentation your registration fees will be deferred until the first disbursement of the semester Check your My Sac State messages for notification of your deferment At the time of disbursement the aid will apply to the registration fees and debts before any balance is disbursed to you If the aid disbursed does not cover the full amount of the registration fees owed you will be responsible for the balance Even with a financial aid deferment if registration fees are not paid in full by the end of the second week of instruction you will be subject to enrollment cancellation FAILURE TO PAY IN FULL by specified due dates may result in the following a hold on your student records which prevents you from registering adding or dropping courses and receiving your diploma and or transcripts Late fee of 15 00 each month enrollment cancellation from all courses which may include notification to your professors forfeiture of fees paid to date a reenrollment fee of 100 00 late registration fee late payment fees delayed re registration requirement to prepay loss of continuing student status for the following semester inability to use Installment Payment Plans for subsequent semesters collection action including interception of state tax refunds collection agency referral and or small claims court where you will be responsible for all applicable Back to Top REFUND POLICY FOR FALL SPRING WITHDRAWING FROM ALL CLASSES Students who officially withdraw from the University prior to the first day of instruction will receive a 100 refund minus a 10 processing fee of Graduate Business Professional fees tuition fees campus fees and non resident tuition Beginning with the first day of instruction through the 60 date of the semester refunds will be on a pro rata basis using the official withdrawal date Students are not eligible to receive a refund for withdrawing after the 60 date Refer to the refund deadline dates noted in this section The pro rata refund will be calculated by the number of CALENDAR days from the first day of the semester to the date of withdrawal Refunds will first be applied to any outstanding debt owed to the University DROP IN UNITS Students who drop from full to half time by the end of the second week of the semester are eligible to receive a 100 refund of the difference in tuition fees minus a 10 processing fee Non resident students who drop units by the end of the second week of the semester are eligible to receive a 100 refund of the difference of non resident tuition minus a 10 00 processing fee Resident and Non Resident students who drop after the end of the second week of the semester are not eligible to receive a drop in units refund Refer to the Student Financial Services Center Web site at http www csus edu sfsc for specific refund deadline dates OUTSTANDING DEBTS Refunds will first be applied to any outstanding debt owed to the University NON REFUNDABLE FEES The Application Fee Installment Fee Late Registration Fee late payment fee and Enrollment Cancellation Fee are not refundable APPLICATION FOR REFUND Registration

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/schedule/Fall2014Spring2015/fees.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Counselor Education
    placed on both personal and professional development with experiential learning infused throughout the entire curriculum Several courses involve participation in community agencies and schools prior to the required supervised field study placements As an important part of their development as professional counselors students are encouraged to participate in their own personal counseling with professionals not affiliated with our educational programs Community Service The program provides services to community clients through its on campus Center for Counseling and Diagnostic Services as well as through various designated school and agency sites In these settings students provide counseling under direct faculty supervision while gaining valuable experience in a broad spectrum of human problems Faculty Experience A key strength of the program is the broad base of experience and training of the faculty members Our faculty members have unique academic backgrounds experiences and interests that qualify them to teach and model a wide range of effective approaches to counseling and psychotherapy Curriculum The Pupil Personnel Services School Counseling Credential prepares professional counselors to work within the K 12 educational system The Master of Science in Counseling prepares professional counselors for employment in a variety of settings such as public and private agencies universities and colleges schools and private practice This degree meets the educational requirements for becoming a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor LPCC in the State of California The programs are clinically oriented with didactic and experiential courses a 100 hour clinical practicum and 600 hours of field experience Courses Offered Please review the program description and course listings in the Course Catalog follow the Master of Science Link Credentials Offered Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Counseling Degrees Offered Master of Science in Counselor Education Career Master of Science in Counselor Education Marriage and Family Therapy Master of Science in Counselor Education School

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/coe/academics/graduate/programs/overview-edc.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CSUS CREST
    for high quality independent scientific studies of the natural and physical environment Members include faculty from Biology Chemistry Economics Environmental Studies and Geology We have Scientific expertise in biological chemical geological and environmental sciences Analytical Equipment Manpower We offer Experimental design data collection interpretation storage and related services Environment related educational services for professionals Mission Statement List of Participants Links Email CREST csus edu Website http www csus edu CREST

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/crest/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Theatre and Dance Home
    ART OF DANCE 2016 March 2 13 2016 DARKSIDE April 13 24 2016 THE PRODUCERS Calendar Full View Social Media Facebook Ticket Office Athletic Center Main Lobby Tele 916 278 4323 Fax 916 278 4525 hornettickets csus edu www csus edu HornetTickets Hours M F 9 00 a m 5 00 p m Summer Hours 10 00 a m 4 00 p m pause play button Dance Sites 2015 Faculty Dance Concert Directed by Lorelei Bayne Sacramento Black Art of Dance 2016 Ancestral Voices Directed by Linda Goodrich Flight Directed by Melinda Wilson Ramey Compleat Female Stage Beauty Directed by Michelle Felten The stage is not merely the meeting place of all the arts but is also the return of art to life Oscar Wilde Mission Statement The Department of Theatre and Dance fosters student learning to advance critically thinking creative and collaborative artists The California State University Sacramento Department of Theatre and Dance provides a broad and thorough foundation of the history theory literature and the practice of theatre and dance to students who wish to pursue post graduate studies or join the profession The Department of Theatre and Dance offers an imaginative and ambitious program of historical and

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/dram/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Department of Design | Sacramento State
    This page has moved to http www al csus edu design

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/design/ (2016-02-12)
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  • SSWD Home
    Support Service Providers SSWD Policies and Procedures SSWD Jobs Reporting Concerns Faculty and Staff Resources Frequently Asked Questions FAQ Workforce Recruitment Program WRP Disaster Emergency Plan Resources and Links Academic Affairs Accessibility Technology Initiative Giving To Students With Disabilities Learning Disability Assessments SASEEP Sites of Interest for Students Testing Center Vice President for Student Affairs Office Campus Housing Accommodations Services to Students with Disabilities Lassen Hall 1008 916 278 6955 Phone 916 278 7239 TDD sswd csus edu Customer Service Hours Monday Friday 8 30 am 5 pm open for lunch Office closed March 31 and May 30 2016 Contact SSWD if regular office hours present a hardship Office of Services to Students with Disabilities SSWD Information SSWD News SSWD Events and Dates Quick Reference Students Continuing Student Accommodation Request request each semester Quick Reference Faculty Services to Students with Disabilities SSWD offers a wide range of support services and accommodations for students in order to ensure students with disabilities have equal access and opportunity to pursue their educational goals Welcome Services and accommodations are provided to students with visual hearing mobility impairments specific learning disabilities psychiatric disorders and or other types of disabilities Students must submit medical or professional

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/sswd/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Welcome to the department of Economics
    Lauren Lombardo Spring 2015 Katya Hoque Spring 2014 The Robert and Chi Ming Dana Curry Scholarship Max Norton Spring 2016 Daniel Tatenko Spring 2015 Please enjoy this wonderful article about the John G Ranlett Memorial scholarship created by alumnus Rod Swanson Former professor Robert L Curry and Chi Ming Dana Curry have provided funds to the Economics Department as Scholarship donors Professor Curry is being honored in the SSIS Academy of Honor and Distinction Please read more about this remarkable professor here Advising To make an appointment come to TAH 3028 Graduate Admissions Deadline for Spring 2016 Advising begins the 2nd week of the semester Please watch this short video on how to select your major courses Graduation petitions are due 2 semesters in advance of your graduation Please watch this short video on how to fill out your graduation petition the form is located under For Students Advising Fall 2015 Syllabi WITHDRAWING If for some reason you have to withdraw this semester please read the instructions for withdrawing and deadlines for refunds here Mentor application Career Network link job and internship listings NEW Paid Internship Financial Analyst will take students working on a BA or MA Deadline is not specified Read Here New Job Posting State of Nevada PUC Utility Analyst Economist read the description here New Unpaid Internship can receive 195 credit Adult Economic Empowerment Intern Student position for Program and Operations Planning Group in Customer and Community Services Business Unit Full job description can be accessed through smud org Work Full Time as an Energy Analyst at the CA State Energy Commission How to apply for details on Energy Commission and civil service exams click here For Current job opportunities and tips for applying for jobs at the Energy Commission click here Click on this link for information on remaining Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 deadlines and dates to remember Need Help with your Graduation Petition Follow this video and find out how to fill out a correct graduation petition Need an Advisor NOW Watch this video for information on choosing your classes for the Econ Major Mentor Application Fall 2013 Syllabi Spring 2013 Syllabi Fall 2012 Syllabi Fall 2011 BE INSPIRED Watch this video and learn more about ECON MAJOR Melissa Holden recipient of the 2010 College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies Dean s Award Internships Job Opportunities U S Economic Research Service ERS Lists job openings requiring a Master s Degree or Ph D Economics is a social science that examines the functioning of markets the determination of prices and distribution of income and the determination of the overall level of income and rates of unemployment and inflation In addition Economics deals with various social problems The Economics major at Sacramento State is designed to provide students with a liberal education with special emphasis on the economic aspects of society on familiarization with techniques for the analysis of contemporary economic problems and on developing the ability to think critically to conceptualize and to possess

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/econ/ (2016-02-12)
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