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  • Points of Pride
    faculty members Sac State offers a transformative educational experience enriched by the arts culture diversity natural campus beauty and a community committed to service and excellence How to Apply Sac State News Rankings Distinctions Sac State is home to top colleges programs and people who set standards for excellence in the region and the nation Learn what sets us apart Capital University As California s capital campus Sacramento State shapes both the political and economic landscape of the region Find out what makes us the Capital University Real World Education Sac State prepares students for successful careers beyond the classroom with unique opportunities in politics business health science the arts and more Discover how we shape the region s workforce Engaged Campus Service is at the core of Sac State s identity and the University is a regional leader in community engagement Learn how we serve the region Take the Next Step Now that you know something about Sacramento State we would love for you to visit and learn more about attending this outstanding university Sac State has so much to offer beyond a beautiful tree filled campus in the heart of California s capital a national class education that

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/excellence/points_of_pride/ (2016-02-12)
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  • CSUS - Office of Institutional Research
    Page Content Data Center The Data Center has been established by the Office of Institutional Research to house all the information that OIR compiles throughout the year which includes the following Quick Facts University Fact Book Departmental Fact Book Student data Special Reports and Faculty data Special Reports Additionally there are five years worth of historical data available in the Fact Books and term data in the Special Reports Any information not already housed in the Data Center would most likely be an ad hoc request You may contact us at 916 278 6566 for more information or email us at oir csus edu Data Center University Performance Indicators The University performance indicators provide important indicators of educational effectiveness and student learning of Sacramento State It compiles the essential statistics at a glance OIR updates the indicators each semester after census date University Quick Facts Quick facts are brief overviews of the student population at Sac State organized by academic level and degree objective It s a quick and easy way to learn about the students here at Sac State Fall 2015 Fall 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2012 Fall 2011 Fall 2010 Fall 2009 Fall 2008 Fall 2007 Fall 2006 Fall 2005 Fall 2004 Fall 2003 Fall 2002 Fall 2001 Fall 2000 University Fact Book This section contains summaries and reports of enrollment student demographics teaching and learning activities grades degrees awarded and retention and graduation rates at the University and College levels Faculty staff and alumni information are also available The Fact Book is a comprehensive data source for the university It is updated each October Departmental Fact Book The Departmental Fact Book has three parts Input Students Student characteristics and enrollment Process Curriculum and Instruction Student course load faculty teaching load class size etc and Outcomes Student academic

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/oir/Data%20Center.html (2016-02-12)
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  • FSMP Home
    Colleges Faculty Mentors Responsibilities Program Eligibility Requirements How To Apply SASEEP Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President For Student Affairs Office Mentoring Institute Contact Us Lassen Hall 2205 916 278 6183 torrem skymail csus edu OFFICE HOURS Monday Friday 9 a m 5 p m More Information At Sacramento State we are committed to the growth development retention and graduation of our students The Faculty Student Mentor Program FSMP is one of several educational equity programs designed to provide students with the academic support and encouragement needed to accomplish their educational goals The Faculty Student Mentor Program is designed to offer academic and personal support to students from traditionally low income communities Faculty and Peer Mentors are key elements to goal attainment Teams of faculty and peer mentors from the respective Colleges assist the students in integrating into campus life and assist their development as scholars in their academic major The teams may organize study sessions and give assistance by providing advice and referrals to advisors within the departments and other on campus resources The teams also plan activities supportive of the students interests and needs The students are matched with Faculty and Peer Mentors by academic major The program

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/fsmp/ (2016-02-12)
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  • uture-Hornet-Day
    Freshmen Transfer Students Returning Students I Have Been Admitted Fall First Time Freshmen Transfer Students Returning Students Spring First Time Freshmen Transfer Students Returning Students I Was Not Admitted Local Admission Area Impaction Early Start Communications Archive Fall 2016 Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Counselor Connection California Residency AB540 WUE Quick Links Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office CONTACT US Lassen Hall 1102 916 278 7766 admissions csus edu Monday Friday 9 a m 5 p m More Information Future Hornet Day Coming October 2016 This campus wide event takes place in fall of every year as part of a campus wide celebration to welcome our prospective new students families and celebrate our alumni during our Homecoming Festivities Future Hornet Day is designed especially for prospective undergraduates and their families You can tour the campus meet with many of our dedicated faculty and attend information sessions on admissions housing financial aid and more Meet and mingle with some of Sac State s finest throughout the day students staff faculty alumni and friends Highlights of Future Hornet Day Enjoy guided tours of the campus see and hear first hand about some of our dynamic facilities and programs from current Sac State students Register for one of these popular tours using the links provided in your event confirmation email they fill up fast Take part in fun activities food games and more Learn more about what it takes to get into Sac State and the admissions process See our housing suites and meet the staff Check out some of our 250 student clubs and organizations there s a way for everyone to get involved Academic program demonstrations and information sessions and much more Stay and Catch the Hornet Buzz Plan to

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/admissions/Future-Hornet-Day/ (2016-02-12)
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  • FAQ_ind_fam
    Friday 9 a m 5 p m More Information Campus Tours About Our Tours for Prospective Students and Families Prospective Students and Families tours are available Monday thru Thursday at 9 30am 1pm Friday at 9am 11am 1pm and Saturday at 10am 11 30am Q Is a reservation required A Yes You will need to select the time and date you plan to visit Q Does my family get our own private tour guide A Possibly We allow up to 30 people on a tour so you may be with other families Q What does the tour include A The tour includes the grounds of the campus the Student Union and The WELL along with information about the services activities programs and educational opportunities available to students Tours of the Residence Halls are available and optional 15 minutes after the conclusion of all registered campus tours Q What does the tour not include A The tour does not include the opportunity to sit in on a lecture academic department presentation or student panels However these options might be available by contacting the specific departments you are interested in Q How long is the tour A The tour is a one hour walking tour Q Is a tour given if it is raining A Yes We give tours rain shine hail and thunder Q Where does the tour start A Your tour guide will meet you in the Admissions Welcome Center in Lassen Hall room 1100 Q How early should I arrive A We recommend getting to campus 30 minutes before your confirmed tour time to allow time to purchase a parking pass find parking and Lassen Hall Q Do I need to pay for parking A Yes Parking permits are required while visiting the campus Daily permits are 6 and

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  • FAQ_group
    Students Returning Students I Have Been Admitted Fall First Time Freshmen Transfer Students Returning Students Spring First Time Freshmen Transfer Students Returning Students I Was Not Admitted Local Admission Area Impaction Early Start Communications Archive Fall 2016 Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Counselor Connection California Residency AB540 WUE Quick Links Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office CONTACT US Lassen Hall 1102 916 278 7766 admissions csus edu Monday Friday 9 a m 5 p m More Information Campus Tours About Our Group Tours for High Schools Colleges and Organizations Group Tours are available Monday Friday at 9 30am 11 30am and 1 30pm Q Is a reservation required A Yes you will need to email your tour request to tours csus edu at least two weeks prior to your requested visit date Q Who can request these group tours A Group tours are available to any high school college or organization who wants to bring a group of 10 or more students on campus to learn about college life Q What does the tour include A The tour includes the grounds of the campus the Student Union and The WELL along with information about the services activities programs and educational opportunities available to students Q What does the tour not include A The tour does not include a tour of the residence halls or the opportunity to sit in on a lecture academic department presentations or student panels However these options might be available by contacting the specific departments you are interested in or noting it in your email request Q How long is the tour A The tour is a one hour walking tour Larger groups may require more time Q Is a tour given if it is

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  • FAQ_K8
    2013 Counselor Connection California Residency AB540 WUE Quick Links Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office CONTACT US Lassen Hall 1102 916 278 7766 admissions csus edu Monday Friday 9 a m 5 p m More Information Campus Tours About Our Group Tours for Elementary and Middle Schools Group Tours are available Monday Friday at 9 30am 11 30am and 1 30pm Q Is a reservation required A Yes you will need to email your tour request to sacpathways csus edu at least two weeks prior to your requested visit Q Who can request these group tours A Group tours are available to any elementary or middle school who wants to bring a group of 10 or more students on campus to learn about college life Q What does the tour include A The tour includes as many hot spots on campus that we can visit during your time allotment Hot Spots may include the Student Union The WELL athletic facilities the Library and it s galleries an academic building etc We also provide information about the services activities programs and educational opportunities available to students and emphasize that college is a fun affordable and accessible opportunity for all Q What does the tour not include A The tour does not include a tour of the residence halls or the opportunity to sit in on a lecture academic department presentations or student panels However these options might be available by contacting the specific departments you are interested in or noting it in your email request Q How long is the tour A The tour takes approximately one hour If you d like to stay on campus to enjoy lunch you may do so by picnicking at your leisure in our quad area or visiting our eateries Q

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  • About the SFSC
    a m 4 00 p m PHONE HOURS Fall Winter Spring Monday Friday 9 00 a m 12 00 p m 1 00 p m 4 00 p m Summer Monday Friday 9 00 a m 12 00 p m 1 00 p m 3 30 p m SPECIAL HOURS OFFICE CLOSURES About the Student Financial Services Center The Student Financial Service Center is the main artery for the majority of financial activity at the University and is committed to excellent customer service staff development quality improvement and system enhancements to best serve our current and future students staff faculty and campus community We are comprised of 20 dedicated staff members providing cashiering disbursement billing collections and refund services The Student Financial Services Center counter at Lassen Hall 1001 commonly referred to as the Cashier s Office is committed to servicing students staff and faculty with their cashiering needs such as registration payments parking permits and other fees owed to the University We also disburse all types of checks including financial aid payroll and vendor checks We have also recently added OneCard Services to our operations Next door in Lassen Hall 1003 we have a dedicated team specially trained for

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/aba/Student-Financial-Services/about.html (2016-02-12)
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