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Master Plan no longer reflects California needs, according to report

State Hornet Staff

May 14, 2014

The Master Plan vision for California higher education is no longer meeting student and statewide needs half a century after it was introduced, according to an Institute for Higher Education Leadership and Policy report.The 1960 Master Plan sought to provide accessibility, affordability and quality ed...

University presents draft master plan on future construction projects

State Hornet Staff

February 12, 2014

After the third campus forum presented by the Sacramento State’s Master Plan Task Force on Monday, the university is one step closer presenting the final draft of the future campus landscape.The task force narrowed down several alternative options that incorporated suggestions made by the campus commu...

Cal State chancellor delivers state of the CSU address, announces investment in student success

State Hornet Staff

February 1, 2014

California State University Chancellor Timothy White gave his first state of the CSU speech Wednesday, reflecting on the missions and goals of the world’s largest university and announcing a $50 million investment in seven key areas designed to increase student success.With a record-high 760,000 fall 2...

Campus community discusses Master Plan at forum, offer suggestions

Campus community discusses Master Plan at forum, offer suggestions

Kathleen Pizzo

November 6, 2013

In an ongoing effort to build a better campus, Sacramento State held its second campus forum Oct. 30 on the Master Plan project.Put on by the Sacramento State’s Master Plan Task Force, the school has incorporated suggestions made by the campus community including students, faculty and staff.A.C. Martin, the ...

Sacramento State Master Plan includes new facilities, parking structures

Architects looked at the buildings around campus and decided Douglass Hall will be one of the ones they will be working on.

Kathleen Pizzo

September 25, 2013

Sacramento State's Master Plan Task Force began a series of public forums Sept. 17 to discuss the development of the campus over the next 15 to 20 years.The forum presented multiple concepts for the future of Sac State’s campus including academic and recreational facilities and solutions to problems like tra...