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  • Videos
    Campus Map Current Students CAMP Scholars Program Peer Mentor Schedule Continuing Students financial Aid CSUS Library Class Schedule Saclink SacCT More Info Sites of Interest CAMP Class Gallery Quick Links Directions to Campus Campus Map Colleges and Departments Financial Aid Class Schedule CSUS Library Media Newsletter 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013 Job Opportunities Counselor Resources Fall 2015 Counselor Conferences CAMP Presentation CAMPs 30th Anniversary Videos Photos CAMP Migrant Student

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/camp/CAMPs%2030th%20Anniversary/CAMPs%2030th%20Anniversary%20Videos.html (2016-02-12)
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  • CAMP Migrant Student Leadership Institute
    Students attend workshops on A G eligibility SAT ACT s university admission housing and financial aid and scholarships Career exploration panels and speakers encourage students to begin thinking about a potential career In addition to systemic knowledge students are guided in building an academic plan establishing strong study and time management skills and becoming familiar with existing resources Students also learn the differences between community colleges CSU UC private universities and technical schools SELF ADVOCACY AND LEADERSHIP SERIES Students engage in interactive workshops on developing self knowledge identifying learning styles strengths and potential areas of improvements managing conflict and understanding other s perspective A public speaking session helps students communicate effectively convey negotiate or assert interests desires needs and rights Students are taught about the importance of community involvement volunteer service and organization participation Participation in an argumentation and debate activity strengthens civic participation develops leadership and increases awareness of local state and national government CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL SERIES FIELD TRIPS All educational field trips scheduled throughout the program California State Capitol Railroad Museum Automobile Museum Discovery Museum and AeroSpace Museum are incorporated into the English and math curriculum The field trips provide students with first hand experience related to the topic or concept being discussed in their classes This integration provides a unique opportunity to learn beyond the classroom and is implemented in three phases The first provides students with vicarious exposure to the field trip sites as part of the instruction as well as focus on the content topics and concepts that participants will be investigating and exploring during the field trip The second implements learning activities during the fieldtrip involving small groups such as worksheets scavenger hunts and other activities directly related to the educational goals of the field trip and The third includes a debriefing session to encourage students to share and discuss their experiences during the field trip and apply the content and knowledge gained during the field trip CREATIVE ARTS SERIES The Creative Arts Series introduces students to professional artists from literary visual and performance disciplines who deliver thought provoking sessions Using arts and creativity as critical tools participants are exposed to innovative ways to engender arts in education with emphasis on numeracy and literacy problem solving entrepreneurship and being innovative among other areas Aside from exposing students to the value of fostering a sense self worth and developing their own skills and talents they are also guided into seeing how art and creativity relates to other fields for success Students create a mural as a group to display during the culminating event RECREATION AND SPORTS SERIES a This is a fun way to work on team building skills while overcoming personal challenges and de stressing from long days of intensive study Students have an opportunity to play soccer volleyball and swim on campus In addition students spend one day at the Aquatic Center http www sacstateaquaticcenter com where they are exposed to diverse activities such as sailing windsurfing boating jet skiing kayaking canoeing

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  • Contact Us
    Interest CAMP Class Gallery Quick Links Directions to Campus Campus Map Colleges and Departments Financial Aid Class Schedule CSUS Library Media Newsletter 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013 Job Opportunities Counselor Resources Fall 2015 Counselor Conferences CAMP Presentation CAMPs 30th Anniversary Videos Photos CAMP Migrant Student Leadership Institute Registrar Forms Contact Us FAQ Strategic Planning and Assessment Vice President For Student Affairs Office Contact Us If you would like to

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  • FAQ
    with your counselors familiarize yourself with the A G requirements take College Preparatory CP and Advanced Placement AP courses involve yourself in school activities and community services What are the admission requirements You can be admitted to CAMP one of two ways 1 Regular Admission You must have completed your A G requirements with a letter grade of C or better and must have a GPA of at least 2 0 or better You must have taken either the SAT ACT or both You must have also taken the EPT English Placement Test and ELM Entry Level Math 2 Special Admission If you did not complete all the college preparatory courses and other requirements you may still qualify for admission CAMP is looking for students who have a 2 5 G P A or higher and who can demonstrate a commitment to succeed When should I apply for admission to CAMP October 1st November 30th is the initial filing period for the fall term at Sacramento State Sac State may accept applications after the filing period but it is advisable to apply as early as possible because acceptance of applications is subject to close at any time You should apply for admission to CAMP immediately after you apply for admission at Sacramento State Note CAMP admits on a first come first serve basis as long as you have submitted a Sacramento State application for admission There are only 80 slots available and spaces fill up quickly How will CAMP help me CAMP can help with academic career and personal counseling The program also focuses on helping first time freshmen transition successfully from high school to college As a CAMP student you can also take advantage of services such as Tutoring Opportunity to socialize A family away from home environment Do I need to send in SAT or ACT results if I have a high GPA Yes You must still take either the SAT or ACT ACT or SAT results are required of ALL California residents whose GPA is less or higher than a 3 00 Reason being is that SAT or ACT test results are used for possible Math ELM and English EPT exemption Why do I need to take the EPT and ELM You must take the EPT and ELM to identify your placement in English and math classes for registration The cost is 18 for each test or 36 for both You must take both exams prior to enrolling in your first semester Failure to do so will prevent you from registering in English and math classes Can I receive money to go to college Federal and state funding is available to help you pay for college expenses These expenses include fees tuition books and supplies transportation and miscellaneous living expenses you will have when attending college However to be considered for financial aid you must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA The FAFSA is available every year and can be submitted no earlier than

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/camp/FAQ.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Strategic Planning and Assessment
    pre post evaluation survey Indicator of Acievement 90 percent of CAMP students will participate in a service learning activity by the end of their first year of college Goal All first year CAMP students will conduct research on a career of interest Goal Area in the Strategic Plan 2 Foster innovative teaching scholarship and research Strategy 7 Promote impactful research and scholarship that involves students Method of Assessment The activity will be incorporated into the fall CAMP course syllabus All students will complete a graded research paper and receive a grade of C or better The research paper will include six sections 1 an introduction introduces the field and how and why they became interested in the field 2 a literature review summarizes relevant research on the field the job market salary range and the various careers that can emerge from that field 3 methodology collects data which includes an interview with a professional in the field a meeting with a career center counselor to learn more about the field and how their strengths and personality type may benefit or not that particular field 4 findings outlines the findings from the research itself and 5 an analysis and discussion analyzes the findings discussing them in context of the literature review and in relationship to their views of the future true colors and strengths based on prior assignments e g True Colors assessment and Strengths Finder Assessment Indicator of Achievement 90 percent of CAMP students will conduct a research paper by the end of their first year of college Goal All first year CAMP students will become involved in at least one formal on campus leadership based student organization or club by the end of their first year of college Goal Area in the Strategic Plan 5 Engage students in a comprehensive university experience Strategy 5 Increase the number of students involved in a formal leadership and other personal and professional development programs Method of Assessment The activity will be incorporated into the CAMP course syllabus in fall 2015 and spring 2016 Students will be introduced to various leadership organizations and clubs during class in the fall In spring 2016 students will complete a poster board that 1 introduces three leadership based organizations or clubs of interest 2 describes each organization club based on information gathered after attending events sponsored by the organizations clubs at least one event from each organization 3 interviews one member from each organization club to learn about the expectations benefits and culture of the organization club and 4 ranks the organizations based on the data gathered from 2 3 and supports it with information from their True Colors assessment and Strengths Finder assessment The activity will be reinforced through lectures that connect campus engagement leadership development and overall student success By the end of the spring semester students will display their poster board in the Wiki portfolio along with a two page reflection paper Indicator of Achievement 90 percent of CAMP students will join at least

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/camp/SMARTGoals.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Scholarship Resources
    Colleges Departments Financial Aid Requirements Campus Map Current Students CAMP Scholars Program Peer Mentor Schedule Continuing Students financial Aid CSUS Library Class Schedule Saclink SacCT More Info Sites of Interest CAMP Class Gallery Quick Links Directions to Campus Campus Map Colleges and Departments Financial Aid Class Schedule CSUS Library Media Newsletter 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013 Job Opportunities Counselor Resources Fall 2015 Counselor Conferences CAMP Presentation CAMPs 30th Anniversary

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  • About RMS
    p m M F during summer 7 30 a m 4 00 p m About Risk Management Services RMS has responsibility for five major University functions which are Business Continuity Planning Oversight and training for disaster contingency or continuity of operations planning Environmental Health Safety Compliance in the areas of occupational fire life safety HazMat industrial hygiene radiation safety environmental management system etc Risk Management Hazard and exposure mitigation general

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/aba/rms/about.html (2016-02-12)
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  • RMS Staff
    US River Front Center 220 916 278 6119 or 278 6456 Hours M F during fall winter and spring 9 00 a m 5 00 p m M F during summer 7 30 a m 4 00 p m Risk Management Services Staff Risk Management Kirtland Stout Associate Vice President Risk Management Services interim 916 278 7233 kirtland csus edu Susan Colley Monk Risk Management Analyst Risk Management Services 916 278 6456 susan colley monk csus edu Don Nahhas Administrative Support Coordinator Risk Management Services 916 278 6119 nahhasd csus edu Environmental Health Safety Steve Leland Director Environmental Health Safety 916 278 5174 sleland csus edu Bob Hitomi Environmental Specialist Environmental Health Safety 916 278 5165 hitomib csus edu Janie Xiong Mutchler Training Occupational Safety Specialist Environmental Health Safety 916 278 5447 xiong csus edu John Owen Industrial Hygienist Environmental Health Safety 916 278 5176 john owen csus edu Jacob Peterson Occupational Safety Specialist Environmental Health Safety 916 278 4833 jacob peterson csus edu Space Management Camellia Sahm Director Space Management 916 278 6507 camellia csus edu Evangelina Nina Delgado Space Event Management Analyst 916 278 6507 cornejon csus edu Jessia Bush Scheduling Specialist Space Management 916 278 6507 jessica

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