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  • Forms and Campus Support
    Student Calling Program Corporations Foundations Annual Giving Employee Giving Endowments Major Gifts Sac State Fund Gifts of stock real estate and other non cash payments Giving Societies Planned Giving Where to Give Capital Public Radio Parents Families Program College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Scholarships Deans Leadership Circle Library College of Education College of Health and Human Services Athletics College of Arts and Letters College of Engineering and Computer Science President s Circle College of Business Administration Give Now Impact of Your Gift torchlight Annual Report of Giving 2014 15 Priorities Give to the Department of Physical Therapy Priority The Department of Physical Therapy About Us Employment Frequently Asked Questions Forms and Campus Support Staff Directory Annual Giving Development Forms and Campus Support Contact Sue Garcia Director of Advancement Services and Operations University Development 916 278 6989 garcias csus edu The following printable and online forms are for Sacramento State employees and others connected with the University s Development operations Gift Procedures Manual Policy Manual Forms You will need Microsoft Word to view the following document files Bio Update Form html Gift Acceptance Form GAF doc Advance Report Specification Sheet doc Fundraising Event

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/giving/about-us/Campus%20Support%20Forms.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Staff Directory
    Natural Sciences and Mathematics Scholarships Deans Leadership Circle Library College of Education College of Health and Human Services Athletics College of Arts and Letters College of Engineering and Computer Science President s Circle College of Business Administration Give Now Impact of Your Gift torchlight Annual Report of Giving 2014 15 Priorities Give to the Department of Physical Therapy Priority The Department of Physical Therapy About Us Employment Frequently Asked Questions Forms and Campus Support Staff Directory Annual Giving Staff Directory UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT All phone numbers are area code 916 ZIP 6030 Tracy F Latino Newman Associate Vice President 278 2835 tracy newman csus edu Ryan Artis Advancement Services Associate 278 2454 ryan artis csus edu Tess Dyer Development Associate 278 5184 tdyer csus edu Jacqueline Ervin Director of Development 278 2453 ervin csus edu Sue Garcia Director of Advancement Services and Operations 278 5096 garcias csus edu Kevin Gonzalez Director of Major and Planned Gifts 278 6290 kevin gonzalez csus edu Hannah Kook Prospect Research Analyst 278 3885 hkook csus edu Laurie MacIntosh Director of Development 278 2577 laurie macintosh csus edu Jackie Morris Henderson Stewardship Coordinator 278 6931 jackie csus edu Judy Nagai Campaign Director 278 4606 judy nagai

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  • Student Emergency Grant Fund
    She found it with the Student Emergency Grant Fund With my mom unable to contribute I needed support to live and eat she says I would ve been lost and in debt It would ve been stressful and affected my academics Also known as the Hornet Proud Fund the emergency grant supports undergraduate students who experience a financial crisis or unanticipated expenses causing short term financial hardship that requires immediate attention to remain in school It s really looking at those who have exhausted other resources and used every option financial aid has presented to them says Jennifer Barber assistant vice president for Alumni Relations and Annual Giving There s just no other way without this they can continue their studies Hernandez a biological sciences major and future pediatrician is one of 11 fund recipients since the program began The grants are made to reimburse students for actual expenses with a maximum of 1 500 each The idea for the fund was hatched by members in the Student Advancement Council which helps build a culture of philanthropy on campus Barber says the goal is to educate students on the importance and impact of philanthropy and how they can contribute before graduation It is intended to build camaraderie among our peers says Student Advancement Council leader Denise Barajas Class of 2017 It s not just helping one another financially The psychology and journalism major says the Student Advancement Council plans year round for the grant s primary fundraiser the Homecoming weekend Dance Marathon We do our best to promote the event and its cause We had numerous clubs and campus entities participate this year to show students we are tackling this issue together says Barajas Along with the Dance Marathon Barber says the Alumni Association and Student Advancement Council have publicized

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  • Power of 1,000 Hornets
    President s Circle College of Business Administration Give Now Impact of Your Gift torchlight Annual Report of Giving 2014 15 Priorities Give to the Department of Physical Therapy Priority The Department of Physical Therapy About Us Employment Frequently Asked Questions Forms and Campus Support Staff Directory Annual Giving Torchlight Fall 2015 Donor gives Event Center campaign a lift Event Center donor Ernest Tschannen left with basketball coach Brian Katz 80 addresses the Basketball Tip Off banquet Sacramento State s efforts toward a new Event Center received a considerable boost with a 750 000 gift commitment by philanthropist Ernest Tschannen The pledge is one of the largest ever made to the athletics department and will directly benefit the University s Power of 1 000 Hornets campaign the first step in a crowdfunding effort to bring an Event Center to campus It s premise is to harness the enthusiasm of 1 000 supporters to each provide 1 140 or more to raise seed money to build the Event Center Sacramento State Athletics is truly grateful to Ernest Tschannen for his showing of generosity to this great University said Director of Athletics Bill Macriss calling it a new day in the support of Hornet Athletics It is our hope Mr Tschannen will inspire others to follow in his footsteps and will encourage alumni community members and fans to support this critical project An avid kayaker cross country skier cyclist and hiker Tschannen has made a living out of maximizing investments and using the money for charitable contributions He has donated millions of dollars over the years including to the refurbishing of the American River Parkway Sacramento State is the third higher education institution to which he has donated My primary goal in life is to give to society what the United States has

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  • Retirees Association Scholarship program
    Senate s endowed scholarship Griffith says Our own scholarship would provide direct support to students and help increase campus awareness of the Retirees Association Fast forward three years and the scholarship program is in full swing Biological sciences major Kindra Davis and child development major Holly Siino are the recipients of the Retirees Association Scholarship for 2015 16 Both work as student assistants on campus Davis in the Department of Biological Sciences and for Student Health and Counseling Services and Siino in the Center for College and Career Readiness and in the Department of World Languages and Literature The extra 1 500 may result in each student spending less time at their respective workplaces The scholarship has helped me become more independent and alleviated the pressure to work all the time says Davis This semester I ve spent more time focusing on my schoolwork Siino says the additional money helps her plans to continue her education after her undergrad degree It allows me to not be as stressed by working less and to have more time to concentrate on my classes and extracurricular activities David Wagner current president of the Retirees Association says the feedback from previous recipients helped determine the scholarship s greatest impact Students are able to compensate for the loss of income from working fewer hours For some we know it has allowed them to take an extra course or study abroad Wagner says It s good that we know it accelerates their ability to get through college in a timely manner The Retirees Association encourages faculty staff and administrators who have retired from Sac State to stay connected to both colleagues and areas of interest they have at the University In addition to the scholarship the group provides programmatic seed funding to a number of departments

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  • Peer-assisted learning
    encouraging students to interact in one on one or in small groups can affect students overall GPAs in the University as well as their staying power in college says Marcellene Watson Derbigny associate vice president of Student Retention and Academic Success Students participating in peer tutorial support programs obtain a half to a whole grade point higher in grade attainment outcomes when compared to students not utilizing this service she says Since 1981 the College Assistance Migrant Program CAMP has been helping students who are migratory or seasonal farmworkers or children of such workers complete their first year of studies Only about 1 percent of migrant students go on to college which tells you how difficult it is to get them to enroll says Viridiana Diaz director of CAMP Through our program every migrant student is connected to a CAMP leader who s also a migrant student The idea is that if they feel a sense of belonging when they re here they feel like they can be themselves Because migrant students are from rural areas Dixon Stockton Salinas Watsonville not Sacramento they must relocate and move take placement exams register for classes and develop new relationships all on their own We provide a very family like environment where they feel safe and can come home to Diaz says CAMP is peer based there s really no better way to do it Students feel much more comfortable around similar students and they re much more likely to make themselves vulnerable and admit they re struggling in certain areas Each CAMP leader is assigned as a mentor to six or seven students based on major and hometown These leaders meet with students on a weekly basis to check in and help them determine what their future needs may be They really get to know these kids and provide us with information that might affect their studies like a family illness or death which allows us to do early intervention she says Getting students to the second year Launched in 2012 with a 1 8 million grant from the U S Department of Education the Full Circle Project is the first program to serve underrepresented Asian American and Pacific Islander students on campus Through the project s freshman learning community we let our students know about support systems advising and tutoring says Tim Fong director of the program But on top of that we want our students to think broadly not just about their education but also about what they want to do afterwards We re focused on getting them into a career When Fong first worked on the proposal for funding he found data showed only 40 percent of Asian American students were graduating in six years They come in with fairly good GPAs but weren t finishing he says Now more than 90 percent of students from Full Circle Project s first two cohorts returned for their second year 10 percentage points higher than first year students as a whole

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  • About Sac State

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  • Office of the President
    Office of the President The Special Assistant acts as second in command in the President s Office managing day to day operations and supervising Presidential Aides She serves as an advisor to the President and the Cabinet on presidential communications She is responsible for the drafting coordination direction and messaging of communications on behalf of the President as well as presidential priorities James Jim Dragna Executive Director of University Initiatives and Student Success The Executive Director is charged with facilitation and program assessment and making recommendations on campus graduation initiatives and student programs He ensures that all University initiatives and student programs are in alignment with the University s Strategic Plan of enhancing student learning and success and the system wide Graduation Initiative Senior Leadership Academic Affairs Ming Tung Mike Lee Interim Provost and Vice President Academic Affairs is responsible for the academic success of all Sacramento State students Its current mission includes reforming curriculum for the 21st century and adapting to new methods of delivering that curriculum Administration and Business Affairs Ali Izadian Interim Vice President for Administration Stacy Hayano Interim Chief Financial Officer The division s responsibilities include business facilities financial logistical and safety services for the campus as well as construction oversight the campus Master Plan energy conservation and campus wide sustainability efforts Information Resources and Technology Larry Gilbert Vice President and Chief Information Officer IRT supports the University s strategic initiatives through the seamless integration of information technology into all appropriate campus functions IRT is a customer service unit working to foster excellence in teaching and learning and to improve campus communications Public Affairs and Advocacy Phil Garcia Vice President Public Affairs and Advocacy serves as the official voice of Sacramento State and is responsible for University wide media relations public relations and marketing as well as government relations at the local state and federal levels Human Resources Christine D Lovely Vice President HR ensures that Sacramento State attracts develops engages and retains a quality workforce that supports the University s mission Its two main units are Employee Services and Labor Relations and Compliance Student Affairs Ed Mills Vice President The division helps to plan and manage enrollment recruit retain and graduate students foster a lifelong affinity for Sacramento State and maintain and enhance the University s commitment to access diversity and the success of its students University Advancement Vince Sales Vice President The office helps the University by fostering understanding building public trust and support and creating an atmosphere conducive to generating gifts from private sources Its responsibilities include alumni affairs and charitable gifts as well as the establishment and management of partnerships with a wide variety of regional groups University Counsel Jill Peterson The University Counsel supports Sacramento State s mission by providing legal advice to its various programs and divisions The office also manages and coordinates all legal services for Sacramento State University Enterprises Inc Jim Reinhart Executive Director UEI is Sacramento State s commercial services auxiliary More than 91 million in annual

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