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  • Registering for Classes
    Campus Life Services to Student With Disabilities Housing and Residential Life Transportation Parking Student Health Counseling Services Student Involvement Student Safety About Sacramento Area Accommodations Things to Do Support Sac State Support Sac State Newsletter Student Parents Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Academic Resources Registering for Classes Go To Registrar s Website The first time a new student registers for classes can be the most

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/student/parents/Academic%20Resources/registering%20for%20classes.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Academic Calendar
    First Year Experience Orientation Events Move in Day Summer Send Off Academic Resources Registering for Classes Academic Calendar Graduation Academic Advising Wait Listing Money Matters Financial Aid and Scholarships Tuition and Fees Campus Life Services to Student With Disabilities Housing and Residential Life Transportation Parking Student Health Counseling Services Student Involvement Student Safety About Sacramento Area Accommodations Things to Do Support Sac State Support Sac State Newsletter Student Parents Strategic

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/student/parents/Academic%20Resources/Academic%20Calendar.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Graduation
    State Support Sac State Newsletter Student Parents Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Academic Resources Graduation Most students attend college to gain a comprehensive education have an enriching learning experience connect with other students graduate and begin a fulfilling career Students should aim to graduate in six years or less This goal will assist them in meeting requirements for General education Writing Foreign language Major Upper division work These requirements can be complex Students need to be organized and emphasize taking courses that count toward graduation Students should fulfill requirements when they can and save electives to fill out a schedule since those classes are often more flexible Remember your daughter or son can contact Sacramento State s academic advisors here if she or he needs assistance Encourage your son or daughter to see an advisor with questions about general education or major degree requirements Applying for Graduation Is your daughter or son ready to apply for graduation If a student has completed 85 units successfully she or he is ready to apply Students can apply to graduate up to one year in advance This webpage explains the steps a student must take to apply to

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/student/parents/Academic%20Resources/Graduation.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Academic Advising
    Aid and Scholarships Tuition and Fees Campus Life Services to Student With Disabilities Housing and Residential Life Transportation Parking Student Health Counseling Services Student Involvement Student Safety About Sacramento Area Accommodations Things to Do Support Sac State Support Sac State Newsletter Student Parents Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Academic Resources Academic Advising The Academic Advising Center advises all students on general education and graduation requirements

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/student/parents/Academic%20Resources/Academic%20Advising%20.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Wait Listing
    Advising Wait Listing Money Matters Financial Aid and Scholarships Tuition and Fees Campus Life Services to Student With Disabilities Housing and Residential Life Transportation Parking Student Health Counseling Services Student Involvement Student Safety About Sacramento Area Accommodations Things to Do Support Sac State Support Sac State Newsletter Student Parents Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Academic Resources Wait Listing What is a wait list A wait list is a sign up sheet that professors use for courses that have been filled with the maximum number of students Students who wish to add a class that already has a full roster may be able to add their names to a wait list Not all courses have wait lists Sacramento State s wait list system is a queue that is automatically updated overnight by the online registration system If your son or daughter s name is first on the wait list and someone drops the class he or she will automatically be enrolled in the course There are exceptions to this rule What happens if my student is on a wait list Wait lists usually disappear from student screens the Thursday before classes begin At this point in

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/student/parents/Academic%20Resources/wait%20list.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Financial Aid and Scholarships
    Matters Financial Aid and Scholarships Tuition and Fees Campus Life Services to Student With Disabilities Housing and Residential Life Transportation Parking Student Health Counseling Services Student Involvement Student Safety About Sacramento Area Accommodations Things to Do Support Sac State Support Sac State Newsletter Student Parents Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Money Matters Financial Aid Scholarships Approximately 70 percent of students attending Sacramento State receive some

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/student/parents/Money%20Matters/Financial%20Aid%20.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Tuition and Fees
    Campus Life Services to Student With Disabilities Housing and Residential Life Transportation Parking Student Health Counseling Services Student Involvement Student Safety About Sacramento Area Accommodations Things to Do Support Sac State Support Sac State Newsletter Student Parents Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Money Matters Tuition and Fees Sacramento State students are required to pay tuition and fees each semester they attend Tuition is the cost to attend classes mandatory fees are designated for specific programs and services all students can access Examples of mandatory fees include The University Union fee which allows students to use The WELL during the academic year The health fee which enables students to access the Student Health and Counseling Center The ASI fee which facilitates student involvement through student government events and activities Tuition and fees are due to the University 14 days after a student registers for classes Neither you nor your son or daughter will be billed Due dates and balances owed are available to students via the MySacState portal Pay In Person Your son or daughter can pay tuition and fees in person at the Student Financial Services Center Lassen Hall Room 1001 using Cash Check Money

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/student/parents/Money%20Matters/Tuition%20and%20Fees%20.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Housing and Residential Life
    Fees Campus Life Services to Student With Disabilities Housing and Residential Life Transportation Parking Student Health Counseling Services Student Involvement Student Safety About Sacramento Area Accommodations Things to Do Support Sac State Support Sac State Newsletter Student Parents Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President for Student Affairs Office Campus Life Housing and Residential Life Whether on or off campus a student s choice of where to live is an important one that will shape his or her day to day experiences at Sacramento State Ask your son or daughter to consider living on campus Research shows that students who do so have higher graduation rates than students who do not and students who live on campus report feeling more connected to the university For more information visit Housing and Residentail Life s Parent and Family Webpage On Campus Sacramento State has six coed residence halls on campus In addition to immediate access to campus resources stud ents who live on campus participate in a campus meal plan and may eat at the Dining Commons near the residence halls or at other eateries around campus Each residence hall has Air conditioning Laundry facilities Computer labs Wireless Internet access Security cameras Electronic

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/student/parents/Campus%20Life/Housing.html (2016-02-12)
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