CSU System Faces Four-Year Graduation Shortfall Caused In Part By Class Shortages“I had a specific education plan that was supposed to keep me on track, so because I couldn't get some of the classes I had to go five years."
Sacramento State Ready To Play Underdog Spoiler In Prestigious Solar Power CompetitionThe Reflect Home is in pieces, getting ready to be loaded onto trucks on Friday morning before heading south to be reassembled.
Folsom Standout Jake Browning Leads Washington Over Sac State 49-0Washington cruised to a victory over Sacramento State on Saturday.
Sacramento State Students Say Class Crunch Keeping Them From Graduating On TimePresident Robert Nelsen says resources have been added, including $400,000 spent on new faculty and 80 extra classes for the fall and spring semesters.
Sacramento State Opens Food Pantry To Help Students In NeedWith rising tuition costs and living expenses, college campuses across the country have seen an uptick in what they call food insecurity among students.
Native American Student Claims Dispute Over 'Genocide' Got Her Kicked Out Of ClassA heated dispute between a student and her professor over the term “genocide” has sparked at new debate at Sacramento State.
Sacramento State President Proposes Incentives To Fix 9 Percent On-Time Graduation RateNelsen announced plans for cash incentives to help students graduate on time, including a $500 tuition credit for taking 15 credit hours in a semester.
Sacramento State Student Who Helped Stop Paris-Bound Train Attack Back In United StatesAnthony Sadler's plane landed in Oregon just past 2 p.m. on Tuesday. He's expected to make his way back to Sacramento before the fall semester at Sacramento State starts on Monday.
Sacramento State Planning Honors For Student Who Helped Stop Train AttackSacramento State president Robert Nelsen said the campus is overwhelmed learning Anthony Sadler is set to return to school this year, a kinesiology senior but also a hometown hero.
2 Of 3 Servicemen Who Stopped Gunman Aboard French Train Are From Sacramento AreaA heavily armed man with ties to radical Islam who was known in three European countries as potentially dangerous escaped the radar when he boarded a high-speed train — but not the courage of three American passengers who took him down.
Sacramento State Project Aims To Digitally Preserve Japanese Internment Camp Memories120,000 Japanese-Americans were shipped away shortly after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in December of 1941, launching the United States into World War II.
Sacramento State's Sankey Named To FCS Defensive Watch List