Sac State students talk about what makes them feel part of the campus community

Isabel Ward

Sacramento State students voiced what they like about the campus and about being a Sac State Hornet. I went out and interviewed several students to get their perspective on what makes them feel at home here.

“This is a second home for me because I’m always here,” said senior biology major Tina Dui.

Some students said the scenery, environment and nice people are what attracts them to the campus.

“The teachers here are pretty approachable, pretty easy to talk to. It’s not too intimidating,” said junior psychology major Joseph Juliano.

Though education is the prime factor in going to college for most students, creating a comfortable and inviting atmosphere definitely makes students want to continue coming to Sac State.

“It’s more liberal and less constructed than most colleges I applied to,” said freshman history major Kesla Fystrom.

Many students agree that the campus grounds, as well as the trees, are what add to the likeability of our campus.

“I love like everything – the people, the trees and more,” said senior education major Richie Cyprus. “That’s what makes me feel at home.”

Students want to feel good when they walk on a school campus every day. Recognizing our likes and similarities makes for a better community and makes Sac State a home away from home.