The State Hornet

From zero to 120: learn To stay on track to graduate

Nadine Tanjuakio l @nadinetanj

September 6, 2015

The Academic Advising Center hosted an event designed to help students learn about the different programs available to assist with staying on track for graduation in the Redwood Room of the University Union on Sept. 3. In addition to the hosting department, the Career Center, Peer Academic Re...

Student affairs vice president helped shape Well, Academic Resource Center

Student affairs vice president helped shape Well, Academic Resource Center

State Hornet Staff

March 6, 2014

After 11 years at Sacramento State, Senior Vice President of Planning, Enrollment Management and Student Affairs Lori Varlotta said she feels ready to move on.Varlotta, a Pittsburgh native, will return 90 miles from her hometown to serve as president at Hiram College in Ohio after this spring semeste...

Students with migrant backgrounds receive support

State Hornet Staff

March 4, 2014

Erica Perez, a 21-year-old graphic design student, recalls feeling as though she was leaving something behind to begin a new life at Sacramento State.Although coming from a migrant family, one that moved to harvest crops seasonally, the tight-knit  ideals made it difficult for Perez to leave her life...

Students are in need of better advising in order to succeed

State Hornet Staff

February 26, 2014

Entering college, there is an expectation that students will be given a decent amount of advising. Advising on declaring a major and minor, how many units to take, what classes to enroll in and, of course, graduation requirements. Advising is essential to the school’s academic progress and the individu...