Higher Education

The State Hornet
California State University announces new president for Sac State

The California State University Board of Trustees announced Robert Nelson as Sacramento State's new campus president.

The State Hornet
Former student government president shares campus experience at Sac State

Many students come to college and have minimal involvement on campus outside of their academics.

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Faculty Senate adress growing campus population

Mar 20, 2015

The Sacramento State Faculty Senate discussed the spring 2015 university student enrollment at its weekly meeting Thursday.

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Cars collide head-on by Mendocino Hall

Sacramento State Police responded to a collision between Parking Lot ll and Mendocino Hall at 10:05 a.m. at Sac State.

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Sac State makes moves to prevent fraud on campus

Mar 18, 2015

The Sacramento State auditing services are taking a step in prevention by advising faculty and staff about fraud with a circulating document, "Top Ten Practices to Avoid Fraud."

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Fire in storage shed by The WELL damages equipment

Smoke from a fire poured out of the storage shed on the side of the outdoor track by The WELL at Sacramento State.

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Sac State saves big on water

Mar 16, 2015

Water conservation has become a serious issue in California with below average rainfall this winter as it reaches its fourth year in a drought state.

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ASI gets word out for upcoming election

For the students who are looking to become more involved at Sacramento State, Associated Students Inc. is holding its annual officer elections.

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Faculty Senate members address lack of consultation over Folsom Hall’s rented space

Mar 13, 2015

Sacramento State’s signed lease agreement with California Northstate University was the topic of discussion during the Faculty Senate meeting, as well as a proposed resolution to nullify the contract between the two institutions.

The California Aggie
6 Things to Do on a Staycation

If you’re stuck at home this spring break, you might as well try to have some fun.   If you’re not headed towards Hawaii, Mexico or some other tropical paradise this upcoming break, don’t fear. Sure, you might not get to drink and dance with your friends on a beautiful beach, eat foreign delicacies...

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