The State Hornet

ASI to reallocate scholarship funds

Yieng Xiong

March 17, 2016

Associated Students, Inc. discussed the reallocation of more than $2,000 remaining from a director’s scholarship on Wednesday, March 16. After Aryn Fields, the former director of social sciences and interdisciplinary studies, was appointed as the vice president of finance by the ASI board members, $2,9...

Sacramento State Athletics faces staffing problems due to budget cuts

State Hornet Staff

May 1, 2014

Despite several student misconceptions on the level of funding college athletics programs receive, Sacramento State’s Athletics Department remains understaffed in multiple areas.When the recession hit around 2009, Athletics Media Relations Director Brian Berger said the department was hit harder than mo...

Statewide student government fee would help fund campus student governments

State Hornet Staff

April 23, 2014

Student opportunities for internships and campus involvement may increase next semester if a voluntary fee introduced by the California State Student Association is approved.California State University Director of Public Affairs Mike Uhlenkamp said CSSA presented information to the Board of Trustees in Mar...

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...

ASI approved budget shows signs of recovery due to increased students

Information gathered from 2013-2014 ASI budget.

Cesar Alexander

October 9, 2013

Although the 2013-2014 budget for Associated Students Inc. was approved in May, noticeable differences have taken place since then.The current budget shows a recovery rather than the loss board members anticipated in working capital.This snapshot of current assets minus current liabilities indicates whether a...

Board of Trustess will discuss budget increases, student scholarships

Jonathan Ayestas

September 18, 2013

The California State University Board of Trustees will meet to discuss budget increases due to Proposition 30, and will award scholarships to 23 students from each of its campuses on Sept. 24 and 25. Erik Fallis, CSU Media Relations Manager, said there is fallout from years of budget cuts still lingering a...

Scholarship program gives aid to disadvantaged students

Scholarship program gives aid to disadvantaged students

Ivy McDonald

October 12, 2011

Underrepresented, low-income and first-generation students interested in doctoral programs now have somewhere to turn for help. The Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program prepares high-needs juniors and seniors for graduate education through academic and summer workshops, seminars, ...

Scholarships attainable for students

Micah Stevenson

September 14, 2011

A grant from the National Science Foundation will enable Sacramento State to reward 38 of its students with a math and science teaching scholarship. The Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, named after the Silicon Valley scientist who invented the integrated chip, funds colleges and universities na...