The State Hornet

Students offered mentoring, tutoring under graduation success program

State Hornet Staff

April 9, 2014

All Sacramento State undergraduate students are eligible for tutoring, coaching, mentoring and advising services offered by the Dedicated to Educating, Graduating, and Retaining Educational Equity Students Project, also known as DEGREES.Implemented in fall 2013 with the support of a CSU Chancellor’s O...

Scholarship deadlines are over and students begin preparing for the next round of applications

State Hornet Staff

April 1, 2014

Multiple opportunities throughout the semester lend students to gain some extra money to put towards education; over the spring break was one such opportunity students took.March 1-28 is the time for posting scholarships, but also the deadline for students to turn in their paperwork. This can add stress...

Zeta Sigma Chi sorority receives Academic Excellence Award

State Hornet Staff

February 12, 2014

Zeta Sigma Chi, a multicultural sorority, was recognized by its national chapter and Sacramento State for having the highest term GPA among Greek organizations in the past two years.The sorority’s GPA was 3.118 for fall 2013 and was given the Academic Excellence award last month by the United Sorority Fr...

Potential nursing students face difficulties getting into impacted program

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Fabian Garcia

April 16, 2013

Of the six impacted majors at Sacramento State, it is no secret that nursing is one of the most difficult to break into. Sac State’s nursing program was ranked 196th out of 449 universities’ nursing schools nationwide on U.S. News’s website in 2011. This means Sac State’s nursing program is in the...