Presentation on theme: "Fall 2014 “As California's capital university, we transform lives by preparing students for leadership, service, and success.” Mission Statement."— Presentation transcript:
Fall 2014 “As California's capital university, we transform lives by preparing students for leadership, service, and success.” Mission Statement
The City of Sacramento The Capital City ◦ The capital city of California and seat of Sacramento County The City of Trees ◦ City with the most trees per capita in the world The River City ◦ Confluence of the American and Sacramento Rivers The Most Diverse City ◦ As determined by the Civil Rights Project at Harvard University for TIME California State Capitol
Civic Engagement ◦ Capital Fellows Program ◦ Community Engagement Center Real-World Education ◦ Business Honors Program ◦ Hornet Racing Team ◦ Construction Management Academic Excellence ◦ Center for STEM Excellence ◦ Honors Program ◦ MESA (Math, Engineering, Science, Achievement) Center Innovation ◦ Smart Grid Center ◦ Wind Tunnel Facility Signature Programs Popular Majors ◦ Business, Psychology, Communication Studies, Criminal Justice Unique Majors ◦ Government-Journalism, Dietetics, RPTA, Photography, American Sign Language/Deaf Studies SB1440 ◦ 24 majors ◦ 59 concentrations ◦ The number of applicants doubled between 2013 & 2014!
Signature Programs ◦ Veterans Success Center ◦ Guardian Scholars (foster youth) ◦ College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) ◦ Full Circle Project (AAPI students) ◦ Peer & Academic Resource Center ◦ Faculty Student Mentor Program ◦ First Year Experience ◦ Largest Air Force ROTC detachment ◦ Nation’s best Jazz Vocal Groups Hornet Athletics ◦ Student-Athlete Resource Center ◦ NCAA Division I - Big Sky Conference ◦ 20 intercollegiate athletic teams Dynamic Housing Options ◦ On Campus & Off Campus ◦ Modern, Efficient Units Student Resources
Impacted Campus Impaction ◦ Campus-wide ◦ Programs Business Criminal Justice Graphic Design Photography Health Science Nursing Psychology Biological Science Counties: Sacramento, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, San Joaquin, Sierra, Solano, and Yolo counties For more info on Impaction visit:
Admission Summary FreshmanTransferLocalOut-of-Area Applied20,80312,26414,07819,486 Admitted14,69610,91511,14013,197 Enrolled3,3674,3795,1492,761 Average GPA ◦ Freshmen 3.25 ~ Transfer 3.05 Average Test Score ◦ SAT 951 ~ ACT 21 Eligibility Index Minimum 2900 (SAT) 694 (ACT) Early Admission for High Achieving Freshman March 1 st Admission Decision Notice Online ITE by May 1 st online ~ no deposit!
Special Grants/Scholarships Institutional Scholarships Departmental Scholarships Community Scholarships For more info on scholarships visit: ps ps The Dream Act ◦ AB130 & AB131 Financial Aid Online Resources President’s Scholarship AB540 In 2014 we awarded 795 privately funded scholarships totaling close to $1 million!
Campus Events and Tours Campus Events ◦ Future Hornet Day October 18, 2014 ◦ Career Fair ◦ Phlagleblast ◦ American Music Festival ◦ Concerts, recreation, workshops Campus Tours ◦ Individual or Group ◦ Student led – dynamic, informative ◦ Counselor Connections ◦ Information & Resources just for our counselor colleagues ◦ nnection/index.html nnection/index.html
Contact Us! Admissions & Outreach Sacramento State Lassen Hall # J Street Sacramento, CA (916) Get Connected! ◦ ◦ Counselor Connections