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  • Dance Marathon
    Profiles Stay Connected General Information Volunteer Opportunities Alumni Events Sac State Connection Sac State Magazine Class Notes Update Your Record For Students General Information Student Alumni Association Grad Fest Scholarships Scholarships Apply Online Dance Marathon Thank A Thon Class Gift Sacramento State Dance Marathon Friday October 23 4 00 10 00 p m Residence Halls Quad Sac State Are you ready for the second annual Dance Marathon Join the cause on Friday October 23 2015 and support the Hornet Proud Fund while enjoying a fun filled night hosted in conjunction with Homecoming In 2014 the grand total of 16 905 raised for the Hornet Proud Fund was revealed to the student supporters and donors present at Dance Marathon Attend Dance Marathon 2015 to witness the big reveal of this year s fundraising total a total that is the result of students helping students Dance Marathon is an exciting philanthropic experience for all Sacramento State students The event will consist of several hours of Rotaract s World Record Teeter Totter Carnival Games Live Entertainment Henna and Holi Powder Prizes Special Guest Speakers Food including Chick fil a Dancing Activities Booth s hosted by Student Organizations A true Dance Marathon competition Dance Marathon is the culmination of our efforts and an opportunity to celebrate the spirit of giving and recognize those that contributed to the Hornet Proud Fund All students are welcome you do not have to live in the Residence Halls to participate Can t attend but you want to show your support Donate The student emergency grant fund needs our support in order for its existence to continue We ask that every student attending Dance Marathon or not consider raising money for or donating to the student emergency grant fund To do this you can share the giving link with

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/alum/students/dance-marathon.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Thank-A-Thon
    Education Engineering Computer Science Health Human Services Natural Sciences Mathematics Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Studies Academic Departments Student Life Admissions Undergraduate Graduate Financial Aid for Future Students Athletics Make a Gift Alumni Association Alumni Home Join Renew Toggle navigation Alumni Home About Us General Information Board of Directors Board Meetings Committees Sponsors Affinity Partners Contact Us Programs General Information Alumni Month Distinguished Alumni Awards Golden Grads Member Benefits Grad Fest Scholarships Homecoming Chapters General Information New Chapter Chapter Leaders Chapter Events Volunteer Opportunities Alumni Profiles Stay Connected General Information Volunteer Opportunities Alumni Events Sac State Connection Sac State Magazine Class Notes Update Your Record For Students General Information Student Alumni Association Grad Fest Scholarships Scholarships Apply Online Dance Marathon Thank A Thon Class Gift Thank A Thon The Hornet Pride Challenge is organized by the Student Advancement Council to give their fellow students a close up look at the fundraising programs at Sac State Their goal is to foster a lasting awareness and appreciation of philanthropy through donor interaction peer to peer engagement and alumni outreach During the 2013 fall semester the Student Advancement Council organized the first Sac State Thank a thon We set our goals and took to the Library Quad Students starting dropping by and we were astonished as we met our two day goal on day one Participants were surrounded by examples of the impact that philanthropy has at Sac State from buildings to scholarships to programs In the end we surpassed our goal three times over with more than 900 thank you notes and over 300 students that came out to write the notes What a great showing of Hornet Pride Thanks to all of our student and alumni volunteers Thank a thon was a huge success Thank a thon was held in honor of our

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/alum/students/thank-a-thon.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Class Gift
    Studies Academic Departments Student Life Admissions Undergraduate Graduate Financial Aid for Future Students Athletics Make a Gift Alumni Association Alumni Home Join Renew Toggle navigation Alumni Home About Us General Information Board of Directors Board Meetings Committees Sponsors Affinity Partners Contact Us Programs General Information Alumni Month Distinguished Alumni Awards Golden Grads Member Benefits Grad Fest Scholarships Homecoming Chapters General Information New Chapter Chapter Leaders Chapter Events Volunteer Opportunities Alumni Profiles Stay Connected General Information Volunteer Opportunities Alumni Events Sac State Connection Sac State Magazine Class Notes Update Your Record For Students General Information Student Alumni Association Grad Fest Scholarships Scholarships Apply Online Dance Marathon Thank A Thon Class Gift We re the present Give to the Future As you are about to graduate from Sac State you can make your Class Gift of 20 15 to a variety of different funds on campus Ranging from supporting fellow students through the newly established Hornet Proud Fund otherwise known as the Student Emergency Grant Fund to your College where you explored new interests and discovered your passions your gift can help make a difference So continue your investment and make your diploma worth more by making your first alumni donation today The more support we give our alma mater the better our facilities programs and reputation become Why should you give to the Class Gift There are many reasons Whether or not you received financial aid while you were at Sac State your education was partially financed by private support Tuition and state support only cover a portion of the actual cost of a CSU education private donations from alumni parents and friends make up the rest Allows you to have the special opportunity to ensure that future students can create their own unique experiences You can donate to the area

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/alum/students/class-gift.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Alumni Center Home
    by the Alumni Association a nonprofit corporation that offers use of the facility to the public The Harper Alumni Center is host to numerous conferences special events private parties and weddings Its collegiate setting Tuscan colonnades lavish windows sophisticated lighting and sound system make it a venue unique in ambiance and suited for every occasion large or small Frequently Asked Questions Reservations Reservations can be made up to 18 months in advance Confirmation of space requires a signed rental agreement and a deposit of 50 percent of the rental fee unless other payment arrangements are made with the Harper Alumni Center Manager All fees must be fully paid within six weeks of the event To check availability please download this availability inquiry form PDF and return it via email to alumnicenter csus edu or fax 916 278 7464 to Renée Siden Harper Alumni Center Manager For questions please call 916 278 7809 Policies Download and print a copy of the Harper Alumni Center policies PDF Pricing Rental fees include use of the allotted space normal setup and breakdown of tables and chairs and coordination assistance with additional vendors for your event Weekend pricing includes eight hours of rental time Additional rental hours may be purchased for 150 per hour All events must end by 11 p m with the event space vacated by midnight Members of the Sacramento State Alumni Association receive a 10 percent discount on room rental fees Room Rental Rates Monday Friday Capital Room 150 per hour Capital Room 100 per hour Capital Room 75 per hour Patio 4 hour minimum 50 per hour Board Room 2 hour minimum 25 per hour Saturday Capital Room 1 350 per day Capital Room with Patio 1 750 per day Sunday Capital Room 900 per day Capital Room with Patio 1 300 per day Equipment Rentals Fees Standard AV Package Includes projector screen podium up to 3 microphones 150 per day Basic AV Package Includes podium and up to 3 microphones 50 per day Dance Floor 18 ft by 18 ft 250 per day Stage Panels 4 ft by 8 ft up to 6 stage panels 50 per panel LCD Projector 100 per day Projector Screen 30 per day Laptop 50 per day Easels Up to 10 easels 10 per easel Room Capacity Sq Ft Banquet Theater Classroom Capital Room 4 800 300 400 150 Capital Room 2 400 150 170 80 Capital Room 1 200 60 80 40 Board Room Seats 10 250 NA NA NA Room capacity is affected by equipment usage and room configuration Set Up Styles Banquet Style Up to 10 chairs per table Classroom Style Theater Style Chairs only Up to 365 chairs Conference Style U Shape Hollow Square Rectangle Frequently Asked Questions When is my reservation considered confirmed Confirmation of space requires a refundable 500 security deposit 50 percent of the rental fee and a signed rental agreement Before your event please download this list of helpful hints PDF and return it to alumnicenter

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/alum/alumni-center/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Commencement Home
    college Arts and Letters Business Administration Education Engineering and Computer Science Health and Human Services Natural Sciences and Mathematics Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies Spring 2016 Schedule Friday May 20 College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies 11 30 a m College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics 3 30 p m College of Education 6 30 p m Graduates are to arrive 1 hour early Saturday May 21 College of Health and Human Services 8 30 a m College of Engineering and Computer Science 12 30 p m College of Business Administration 3 30 p m College of Arts and Letters 6 30 p m Graduates are to arrive 1 hour early Sleep Train Arena Our students have a chance to shine at Commencement Our ceremonies are held at Sleep Train Arena for two days Friday May 20 and Saturday May 21 For directions click here To view a step by step video of the Commencement process click here Detailed Schedule Frequently Asked Questions Congratulations Graduation day is near and it promises to be a memorable day for you your family and friends We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help guide you through the process of preparing for graduation everything from ordering your regalia to making sure your family and friends see your proud moment And check out our Commencement Tips video your step by step guide to everything graduation If you have additional questions please contact the Commencement Office at commencement csus edu or call 916 278 4724 Questions for Students Questions for Guests Preparing for Graduation Students who have 85 units or more should apply to graduate as the application begins the process for review of academic requirements and other important tasks that must be completed before Commencement Students who expect to graduate during

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  • About Us
    On Campus Recruitment Employers Events Hornet Career Connection Employers Internships Internship Toolkit for Employers On Campus Recruitment Partnerships and Sponsorships Alumni and Community Services Career Counseling EMBA Program Career Planning Process Faculty and Staff Vice President for Student Affairs Office Strategic Planning And Assessment College 2 Career Internship Boot Camp Contact Us Lassen Hall 1013 916 278 6231 careercenter csus edu Jobs Career Connection jobs csus edu Internships cmcgee csus edu Career Events s a csus edu Office Hours Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Follow Us About Us Mission Through career development we engage educate and empower our students to thrive and successfully contribute to today s economic workforce 2014 2020 Career Center Strategic Plan Staff Brigitte Clark Interim Director 916 278 6233 David McVey Career Counselor 916 278 6318 Shannon Ainger Budget Analyst 916 278 4362 Val Herrera Office Coordinator 916 278 2698 Kate Lockwood Employer Relations Coordinator 916 278 5089 Candace McGee Internship Coordinator 916 278 7207 Voun Sa Employer Relations Specialist 916 278 7840 Emanuel Melgarejo Career Counselor and Experiential Learning Coordinator 916 278 7205 Michelle Okada Career Counselor and Experiential Learning Coordinator 916 278 6827 Chao Vang Career Counselor and Experiential Learning Coordinator 916 278

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/careercenter/about-us/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Students
    Interest Undeclared Events and Workshops Government Careers Hornet Career Connection Online Job Board Internships Volunteerism Listservs Resources Job Search Handouts Employment On Campus Recruitment Employers Events Hornet Career Connection Employers Internships Internship Toolkit for Employers On Campus Recruitment Partnerships and Sponsorships Alumni and Community Services Career Counseling EMBA Program Career Planning Process Faculty and Staff Vice President for Student Affairs Office Strategic Planning And Assessment College 2 Career Internship Boot

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  • Careers by Major
    jobs csus edu Internships cmcgee csus edu Career Events s a csus edu Office Hours Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Follow Us Careers by Major The Career Center has Experiential Learning Coordinators ELC that are liasions to each college The following list provides experiential learning information including internships career options by major and other resources for the majors in their college Below are the undergraduate academic majors at Sacramento State For the most current information on academic majors and requirements please refer to the university catalog at catalog csus edu In addition discover career options related to each major within the seven colleges at Sacramento State by viewing the What Can I Do With This Major link The career information is provided by the Center for Career Development at the University of Tennessee Knoxville If your major is not listed or you need additional information on locating career options related to your major and or interests area stop by the Career Center Lassen Hall 1013 for a drop in career counseling session Note The Sacramento State Career Center has provided links to Internet Web sites that are maintained by third parties over which the Sacramento State Career Center has no control and is not responsible or liable for the content products services or other materials on or made available through the Web links to other Web sites Any linking should not 1 implicitly or explicitly suggests that the Career Center at Sacramento State promotes or endorses any third party s causes ideas Web site content products College of Arts and Letters What Can I Do With This Major Career Options Art Communication Studies Dance English Film Studies French Graphic Design History Humanities and Religious Studies Interior Design Journalism Music Philosophy Photography Spanish Theatre College of Business What Can I

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