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    and accurate information Remember this tool does not calculate an actual financial aid offer The Financial Aid Office will determine your financial aid eligibility after it has received and verified the information you provided on the FAFSA or Dream Act application which are the actual financial aid applications To calculate an estimate of your Net Price go to CSU Net Price Calculator Top 1 How to Apply Request a Personal Identification Number PIN to electronically sign your FAFSA If you are a dependent student a parent will need a PIN as well in order to sign the FAFSA Every January 1 the FAFSA becomes available for you to apply If you haven t already qualified for a Cal Grant submit the GPA Verification to the California Student Aid Commission CSAC by the March 2 deadline Go to your previous college or high school to have them complete the verification form if you have not completed 24 units at Sacramento State Dream Act Applicants AB540 students can submit the Dream Act application that is available every January 1 During the application process you and your parent if dependent will be given a PIN to sign the application You must also submit the Non SSN Cal Grant GPA Verification form to CSAC by the March 2 deadline 2 Submit Documents Any documents required to complete your Sacramento State financial aid file will be posted to your My Sac State To Do List Monitor your MySacState Student Center often Processing time is generally about six to eight weeks Make sure to submit your documents by June 1 which is priority deadline to ensure you will receive your award letter in a timely manner 3 Determining Eligibility The calculation used to determine your financial aid eligibility depends on your Estimated Cost of Attendance COA your Expected Family Contribution EFC and any other financial assistance you may receive for your educational expenses The Financial Aid Office must review your FAFSA or Dream Ac application and supporting documentation to determine your financial aid need Need is defined as the COA minus your EFC Cost of Attendance EFC Financial Aid Need Your awards including student and or parent loans will never be more than the COA 4 Award Notification Once your financial aid file is complete you will receive an award notification via your Saclink email directing you to your MySacState Student Center to accept decline your awards The Financial Aid Office does not provide estimated award notifications 5 Financial Aid Holds Financial aid holds will be listed on the Hold section of your MySacState Student Center Some aid programs require additional steps be taken before a disbursement is authorized Read the Hold description for additional information and take necessary action Financial aid holds do not prevent you from registering 6 Disbursement of Aid Disbursements begins a week before the start of the semester and weekly thereafter unless there is a holiday Financial aid disbursements will be applied to any outstanding university debts on the student account

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  • University Development Home
    to Give Capital Public Radio Parents Families Program College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Scholarships Deans Leadership Circle Library College of Education College of Health and Human Services Athletics College of Arts and Letters College of Engineering and Computer Science President s Circle College of Business Administration Give Now Impact of Your Gift torchlight Annual Report of Giving 2014 15 Priorities Give to the Department of Physical Therapy Priority The Department of Physical Therapy About Us Employment Frequently Asked Questions Forms and Campus Support Staff Directory Annual Giving Community Support The Student Emergency Grant Fund which helps students who experience a financial crisis is backed by many community and campus entities including the students themselves more info Private Support Sacramento State s efforts toward a new Event Center received a considerable boost with a 750 000 gift commitment by philanthropist Ernest Tschannen more info Planned Giving Former Sac State faculty and staff found a rewarding way to maintain their connection to campus the creation of a Retirees Association scholarship more info Supporting student success Private funding helps Sac State provide peer support programs such as CAMP the Full Circle Project and the Martin

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  • News
    hip hop style for my piece she says Ruiz s number Stronger Together features an instrumental version of No Church in the Wild by Kanye West and Jay Z Vaihtovirta by Pan Sonic and Paradise by Big Sean There are nine main dancers plus a 10 th surprise dancer The piece examines how different groups can be strong within their own environment but as an even larger community they are even stronger together Ruiz says While the dance number is a reflection of society now Ruiz also was inspired by The Hunger Games in which separate districts each with its own way of life learn to join forces to oppose those who are holding them down Ruiz s biggest challenge in staging the piece was time or rather the lack of it She not only choreographs this number but is a dancer in four other pieces So in addition to rehearsals every day she has had to juggle her S BAD commitment with outside obligations and be ready in time for an opening date a week earlier than usual But I m really confident in my dancers she says They re a strong group Tickets for the 6 30 p m performances are 8 general 5 for children All other performances are 12 general 10 seniors and students and 8 children Tickets are available at the University Ticket Office 916 278 4323 or www csus edu hornettickets More information about S BAD and the Department of Theatre and Dance is available at www csus edu dram or 916 278 6368 Craig Koscho Craig Koscho Visit The Newsroom News Staff Jeannie Wong Associate Vice President of University Communications Marketing 916 278 2067 jwong csus edu Elisa Smith Director of News Communications 916 278 4016 elisa smith csus edu Craig Koscho Assistant

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  • News
    instead of doing more and more with less and less because we are spreading ourselves and our funding too thin Nelsen delivered his Spring Address to a capacity crowd of students faculty staff and community members in the University Union Ballroom In a move likely without precedent Nelsen invited a student to speak before him Melissa Bardo a biology major and president of Associated Students Inc ASI at Sac State spoke about the University s student government leading the charge last year in rallying students across the 23 campus California State University to lobby at the State Capitol for a fully funded budget I m proud to say that the legislators listened she said The reason I am sharing this with you is because it is time that we as a campus acknowledge that student voices matter in these conversations Optimism about Sacramento State concern about proposed budget Nelsen s nearly hourlong address often interrupted by applause was optimistic about the University s future and focused on what is best for the students He shared the good news about the hiring of 42 new faculty members the impending construction of a state of the art science building and a new 1 300 space parking structure which goes out to bid this year But he s concerned about Gov Jerry Brown s proposed budget he said It falls 100 million short of the CSU s request and includes only 35 million for deferred maintenance and infrastructure repair for the 23 campuses and the system headquarters in Long Beach combined I understand better today what it means to be California s Capital University said Nelsen who became Sac State s leader July 1 after spending 25 years at Texas universities I understand better today what the effects of the so called great recession have been on California on the infrastructure of our University on the faculty and on the staff I have learned about the furloughs the stagnant wages the lack of large classrooms the outdated labs and the peeling linoleum I have seen the Periodic Table in Sequoia Hall that is dated 1970 he said I have seen the women s hair dryers straight from Target that we are using in lieu of Bunsen burners to heat chemicals I have watched students crash classes for that one empty seat I have been at the soccer matches where we are still using porta potties I have watched the long lines as students and faculty drive onto campus And yes I have seen the cars circling for parking I have walked up the four flights of stairs in Amador Hall because the elevator wasn t working Nelsen concluded his address by announcing his to do list for the next few months Hire a new provost Create a Task Force on Internationalization to examine how to increase the study abroad program and make it easier for English Language Program students to enroll at Sacramento State And with a new budget cycle on the horizon

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  • News
    the eyes The only reliable method of measuring bilirubin now is to take the baby s heel and stick it with a sharp needle and our device will completely avoid that says Nathaniel Johnson the engineering student who served as the team s entrepreneurial lead This monitor will provide a noninvasive way to measure bilirubin that is completely accurate Johnson s teammates were engineering student Doua Yang and business student Joshua Ayotte Unlike similar products now on the market the Biliblu Biomedical monitor can be used during phototherapy a light treatment that helps rid the body of excess bilirubin Their device also can be produced at a lower cost than existing products they say The other Sacramento State team presenting at the I Corps Challenge introduced a prototype of its Sacramento Monitor Assistance a wearable device designed to alert caregivers if a dementia patient either falls or wanders away Products currently available do not report both events Those team members were engineering student and entrepreneurial lead Allen Poniente along with business students Heather Weakley and Javier Ramos Both teams learned that there is a real need for their monitors justifying continuing their development to get them to the marketplace says Warren D Smith a professor of electrical and electronic engineering and the teams academic mentor and technical advisor However much more work needs to be done before the monitors are ready In addition to Smith Professor Deilton Gomes currently at Sacramento State as a visiting international scholar from Brazil served as a technical advisor In 2014 CSUPERB the CSU Program for Education and Research in Biotechnology received a three year grant from the National Science Foundation s Innovation Corps Site program to create CSU I Corps Dixie Reid Dixie Reid Visit The Newsroom News Staff Jeannie Wong Associate Vice President

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  • Made at Sac State - Profile
    teacher he says You have a lesson plan every day you have goals and objectives It s down to the minute about what you re going to do and it s all about communicating So really my coaching skills were honed in the classrooms in the English Department and in the Secondary Teaching Program at Sac State Those two programs had a huge impact on my career in really teaching me how to be a good leader how to be a good mentor Katz earned his master s degree in counseling psychology from Santa Clara University in 1989 He worked his way up the ladder over the next two decades coaching at the high school and community college levels before taking over Sac State s head coaching position in 2008 He inherited a program that had not a winning season since 1988 89 and had never finished above 500 since joining Division I in 1991 In his first year with the team the Hornets finished 2 27 ninth in the Big Sky Conference But Katz his staff and even his players began recruiting future stars diligently and thoroughly spurning mass mail outs seeking any and all kinds of talent opting instead to recruit smaller better and smarter for what the coach calls the right players The big key is Are they really a Hornet Katz says Do they really want to be here Do they want the structure and discipline we re going to provide in the classroom Do they want to go through the stands after the game and thank everyone for coming to the game Do they take pride in being a part of the student body and a member of the classroom and not putting themselves above anyone That s the right kind of guy Team first unselfish wants lifetime relationships with staff members teammates and classmates Slowly but surely the team improved each year three conference wins in 2009 four in 2010 five each in 2011 and 2012 and 10 in 2013 before the breakout 2014 15 campaign in which they dominated conference opponents with a 13 5 Big Sky record Hornet pride soared as staff faculty and alumni rallied behind the team Tickets to home games sold out as fast as they became available and contests at the Hornets Nest where the team went 13 2 became rousing raucous events Dylan Garrity was one of Katz s right guys and joined the team in 2011 In four years with the Hornets he became one of the greatest players in the program s history transitioning from a pass first point guard into a dynamic scoring threat He credits his development to his coach s personable hands on style engaged nature and tireless work ethic Coach Katz s biggest quality that really got to us as a team is how much of a people person he is Garrity says It really helped being so close with him and seeing him on a daily basis We d talk

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  • Prospective Students
    belongs to at least one Find one that fits you Visit Student Organizations Leadership UNIQUE Programs The University Union hosts dozens of events each semester through UNIQUE Programs which brings top music concerts movie screenings speakers and more to the Sac State campus See what s coming up next Visit UNIQUE The WELL Featuring towering rock climbing walls state of the art workout facilities intramural sports leagues and more The WELL is our students one stop shop for health and fitness on campus Visit the WELL Peak Adventures Want to get out and explore the natural world Associated Students Inc s Peak Adventures is for you The program offers backpacking snowboarding rock climbing and many more excursions for thrill seekers and novices alike Visit PEAK Adventures Hornet Athletics In the past decade the Hornets have won more Division I titles spanning 21 intercollegiate sports than any other school in the Big Sky Conference Become a part of this winning tradition this semester Visit Hornetsports com Aquatic Center Located at nearby Lake Natoma Sac State s world class Aquatic Center lets students get out in the sun with watersports of all kinds including kayaking sailing and windsurfing Come out and dive in today Visit the Aquatic Center A Welcoming Campus Nestled along the American River just east of downtown the Sac State campus is a true urban oasis covered with a canopy of trees spanning 300 lush acres Students can take advantage of vast grassy quads biking and hiking trails along the river and beautiful architecture and public art throughout campus Buildings and pathways are well lit with an emphasis on safety Schedule a visit to see for yourself Campus Map Living on Campus American River Parkway Campus Safety Affordability for All Sacramento State offers a world class education at the

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    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 Welcome to Campus Tours Our Sac State Student Guides would love to show you around our beautiful campus and tell you all about the programs student services activities and opportunities here Meet Your Tour Guides Here Which tour is for you A Tours for Prospective Students and Families A one hour walking tour for individual students and their family members that are considering Sac State as a future college option Tours are available Monday through Thursday at 9 30am and 1pm Friday at 9am 11am and 1pm and Saturdays Fall Spring only at 10am and 11 30am FAQ s and more information about Prospective Student and Family Tours Register for a Prospective Student And Families Tour B Group Tours for High Schools Colleges and Organizations A one hour walking tour for groups of high school and community college students as well as organizations that would like to see the campus and learn about the academic programs student services and campus life offered at Sac State Optional 20 minute presentation on admissions criteria may be available for groups smaller than 60 upon request Tours are available Monday Friday at 9 30 11 30 and 1 30 if you require a different time we will do our best to accommodate Check Availability Calendar Campus Tour FAQ s for High Schools Colleges and Organizations Request a Group Tour for High Schools Colleges or Organizations C Group Tours for Elementary and Middle

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