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Sacramento State

(As of  9/21/2017)

 

Class Start Date:  8/28/2017

Academic Term (Quarter/Semester):  Semester

 

Contact information

Campus website:  www.csus.edu

 

COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES should contact for further information or inter-institutional arrangements:

 

Edward Mills

Vice President for Student Affairs

Student Affairs
Sacramento State

6000 J Street

Lassen Hall R 3008

Sacramento, California 95819

 

Office Phone:  916-278-6060

Fax: 916-278-5443

E-mail: emills@csus.edu

 

STUDENTS should contact: 

 

            Noelle McCurley

            Senior Student Support Counselor

            Student Affairs
Sacramento State

            6000 J Street

            Lassen Hall Rm 3008

            Sacramento, California 95819

 

            Office Phone: 916-278-6060

            Fax: 916-278-5443

            E-Mail: noelle@csus.edu

  

 

I.                   Admission and Enrollment Assistance

 

The number of undergraduate students may be able to accommodate: 0

With an admission status of:  Conditional Admission until transcripts received.

Numbers in undergraduate specialty programs:

            In Allied Health:  

            In Nursing: 

            In Pre-medical: 

            Other specialty programs:

 

    Admission status in the above programs: 

 

The number of MASTERS students may be able to accommodate:   

With an admission status of: 

 

The number of Ph.D. students may be able to accommodate: 

With an admission status of:

 

II.                Financial Assistance

 

Able to provide exemption from non-resident tuition/fee (Yes/No/blank if no information provided): 

(Some campuses may be able to defer payment or may provide a reduced non-resident tuition/fee.  Please contact the campus directly to inquire.)

 

Able to provide exemption from resident tuition/fee (Yes/No/blank if no information provided):   

(Some campuses may be able to defer payment or may provide a reduced non-resident tuition/fee.  Please contact the campus directly to inquire.)

 

Able to provide exemption from other campus fees (Yes/No/blank if no information provided): 

(Some campuses may be able to defer payment or may provide a reduced non-resident tuition/fee.  Please contact the campus directly to inquire.)

 

Able to provide a scholarship for all or part of tuition/fees/books/living expenses/other education related expenses (Yes/No/blank if no information provided): 

 

            Number of scholarships available (if any): 

Amount of scholarships available (if any): 

 

Able to work with the U.S. Department of Education and other related parties to arrange a Financial Aid Package (Yes/No/blank if no information provided): Yes

 

III.             Housing Assistance

 

Able to provide on-campus housing (Yes/No/blank if no information provided):  Yes

Able to provide off-campus housing (Yes/No/blank if no information provided):

 

IV.              Personal or Academic Counseling Assistance

 

Able to provide some personal counseling related to the Hurricane (Yes/No/blank if no information provided): Yes

 

V.                 Faculty Assistance

 

Number of faculty for able to provide Visiting Scholar or comparable status with library and public computer access WITHOUT salary (blank if no information provided):  

 

Number of faculty for able to provide Visiting Scholar or comparable status with library and public computer access WITH teaching, counseling or advising  responsibilities and salary (blank if no information provided):