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  • FAQ
    ROTC should match up as best as possible Plan to transfer to Sac State or equivalent at the beginning of your junior year of ROTC It is possible to transfer to a different state or college that has an AFROTC detachment Talk with our cadre Q Can I earn my degree early A You must remain a full time undergraduate student until the end of your AS300 year After that point you still must remain a full time student working on either a second bachelor s degree or master s degree You can extend your academics work on your masters but you should have cadre review your transcripts first Q What if I already have college credits A Our cadre will review all records and inform you of all possibilities Q What if I have a class that conflicts with ROTC schedule A You must make every effort to deconflict your schedule All conflicts will be handled on a case by case basis by discussing options with cadre Q I graduate soon can I still join ROTC A In general you need three years left on your degree but there are some options Contact detachment cadre for more information on your specific situation Q Is it competitive to stay in the program A Yes you will compete during your second year of ROTC to earn a field training slot Once you complete field training you will contract enlist with the Air Force You will be able to compete for Field Training for two years If not selected after the second time you will not be able to complete AFROTC Q When how long is field training A Field training is held at Maxwell AFB Alabama during the summer It is 24 days long with start dates from May to Aug

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  • Crosstown Schools
    Cadre Cadets Contact Us Privacy and Security Notice Crosstown Schools Though many cadets at Detachment 88 are students at the host campus here at CSU Sacramento many come from crosstown schools However you must finish your degree at an accredited four year university So while many cadets begin their academics at a community college all must complete their degree at a four year institution before commissioning For more information about

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  • Cadre
    Quick Links Calendars Campus Map Catalog College Portrait Colleges Depts Computing Technology Jobs Library Online Courses SacCT SacLink The Mighty Blue Dragons AFROTC AFROTC Home Det 088 Application Day Step 1 Application Day Info Step 2 Application Forms AFROTC FM28 Fitness Screening Questionnaire Campus Map Step 3 Sign Up Welcome Admissions Program Requirements Why Should I Join FAQ Crosstown Schools Cadre Cadets Contact Us Privacy and Security Notice Detachment 088

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  • Cadets
    Online Courses SacCT SacLink The Mighty Blue Dragons AFROTC AFROTC Home Det 088 Application Day Step 1 Application Day Info Step 2 Application Forms AFROTC FM28 Fitness Screening Questionnaire Campus Map Step 3 Sign Up Welcome Admissions Program Requirements Why Should I Join FAQ Crosstown Schools Cadre Cadets Contact Us Privacy and Security Notice Cadets SharePoint The American people rightly look to their military leaders to be not only skilled

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  • Contact Us
    Dragons AFROTC AFROTC Home Det 088 Application Day Step 1 Application Day Info Step 2 Application Forms AFROTC FM28 Fitness Screening Questionnaire Campus Map Step 3 Sign Up Welcome Admissions Program Requirements Why Should I Join FAQ Crosstown Schools Cadre Cadets Contact Us Privacy and Security Notice Contact Us The Detachment is located in Yosemite Hall Room 120 at California State University Sacramento CSUS Recruiting Flight Commander Telephone 916 278

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  • Privacy and Security Notice
    As a general rule the Air Force will not deliver unofficial mass mailings addressed to individuals at their duty addresses Security Privacy Notice The Blue Dragons website is provided as a public service by AFROTC Detachment 88 Information presented on the Blue Dragons website is considered public information and may be distributed or copied Use of appropriate byline photo or image credits is requested For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users this government computer system employs software programs to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information or otherwise cause damage Raw data logs will only be used to identify individual users and their usage habits for authorized law enforcement investigations or national security purposes These logs are scheduled for regular destruction in accordance with National Archives and Records Administration Guidelines Unauthorized attempts to deny service upload information change information or to attempt to access a non public site from this service are strictly prohibited and may be punishable under Title 18 of the U S Code to include the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act If you have any questions or comments about the information presented here please forward them to our webmaster at webmaster det88 com External Link Notice This Government computer system is provided as a public service by Air Force ROTC Detachment 88 It is intended for use by the public for viewing and retrieving information only Unauthorized attempts to upload information or change information on this service are strictly prohibited and are punishable under the rules of this university and are punishable under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 Unless otherwise indicated all information on this system is public information and is available

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  • About Us
    it continue to meet how has it been used to contribute to human civilization and well being and how can it be used in the effort to create a better world in memory of our ancestors for us and for those who come after us Students intellectually attracted to this synthesis can pursue a concentration in Pan African Studies as part of the major in ethnic studies Pan African Studies is also strengthened by an association of faculty in other departments who have interest in Africa and the Diaspora BA Program in Ethnic Studies Affiliation with the Pan African Studies Program Cooper Woodson College Enhancement Program CWC and Pan African Studies work collaboratively The Mission of CWC Scholarship Leadership and Service also informs the theoretical and pedagogical framework of Pan African Studies A certificate in Pan African Studies is available through the Ethnic Studies Deaprtment Students enrolled in the Cooper Woodson College Enhancement Program are eligible for the certificate The Director of Pan African Studies certifies those graduated of the Cooper Woodson College Enhancement Program who are eligible for the certificate Total units required for the Pan African Studies Certificate are 24 African Studies Minor The Minor and Certificate in African Studies are identical programs The Minor is recommended for students undertaking completion of a Bachelor s degree The Certificate is recommended for students who have already completed a Bachelor s degree The program is intended to improve students understanding of modern Africa As a significant part of the world community Africa merits focused and sustained study This program provides a cohesive directed effort to develop students knowledge and appreciation for Africa s peoples geography institutions arts customs languages traditions resources politics and social structures The program is designed and structured in a way that will be useful to the

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  • Faculty
    Gaborone Botswana was a Fulbright lecturer at the University of Swaziland and a Fulbright Scholar at the Centre for the Study of HIV and AIDS at the University of Botswana His research is in the areas of public sector human resources management and state and local intergovernmental relations He has published articles book chapters and encyclopedia entries on civil service reform on how state and local governments deal with one another on issues related to lesbian and gay rights and on public opinion on same sex marriage Gossett graduated with a bachelor s degree in political science from Hope College and a master s degree and Ph D in political science from Stanford University He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa Dr Jessie Ruth Gaston Dr Jessie Ruth Gaston a native of Mississippi has been a Professor of African History at California State University for more than twenty years She received her BA in Psychology from Occidental College in Los Angeles her M A in African Studies and her Ph D in the History of Africa and Middle Eastern Studies from U C L A In addition to her continued service as a Board member for the Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution CAPCR Dr Gaston served as a Co Director of two Fulbright Hays Seminars to Africa one in Ghana in 2001 and the other in Rwanda in 2004 While in Ghana she participated in a discussion of the Transatlantic Slave Trade which was organized by members of the Rhode Island Dewolf family one of the most notorious enslaver in early North America She also appeared in their Documentary Film Traces of the Trade A Story from the Deep North produced by Katrina Brown and filmed in Cape Coast Ghana West Africa Dr Gaston is a member of the CSUS African Coalition CSUS African Studies Coalition as well as a member of the nationwide African Studies Association She formed part of the CSU Sacramento Educational Delegation to the Republic of South Africa in 2007 was a coordinator of the Faculty Student Mentor Program at CSU Sacramento from January 1994 to August 1998 and Director of Cooper Woodson College Enhancement Program from August 2005 to May 2007 Furthermore she has several publications Her most recent include Neither to be Seen Nor Heard The Life of Faith Alexandra Kamya Nasolo Mulira Kendall Hunt Publishing 2010 11 and African History in Review Cognella 2011 She was recently selected for the Marquis Who s Who in America 2011 65th Edition PhD University of California Los Angeles 1984 Specialization Africa Office Tahoe 3096 Phone 916 278 6626 Fax 916 278 7476 gaston csus edu PROFESSOR SMILE DUBE Department of Economics California State University Sacramento 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6082 Office Tahoe 3031 Phone 916 278 7519 Fax 916 275 5768 dubes csus edu PROFESSOR EMERITUS DAVID COVIN A Professor of Government and Ethnic Studies David Covin has his Ph D in Political Science from Washington State University He is a

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