Cal State University chancellor, presidents speak at churches this Sunday
Second annual ‘Super Sunday’ aims to help parents and prospective students prepare for college application and to boost African American enrollment
WHAT: California State University collaborates with 18 African American churches in the San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose and Vallejo regions this Sunday on the second annual "CSU Super Sunday." Throughout the day CSU presidents, trustees, professors and the chancellor will address congregations at church services to engage the community in helping boost the number of African American males who enroll in college. In addition, CSU enrollment professionals will be available to answer questions and distribute materials such as CSU's "How to Get to College" poster, which provides middle and high school students and their parents step-by-step information regarding staying on the path to college, such as the classes they need to take, the importance of good grades, and how to apply for financial aid.
WHO: CSU chancellor, trustees, presidents, deans, faculty, enrollment professionals and the congregations and community members of participating churches.
WHEN: Sunday, Feb. 18
WHERE: Providence Baptist Church, 1601 McKinnon St. in San Francisco's Bayview District. SF State President Robert A. Corrigan will speak at both the 8 and 10:45 a.m. services.
Center of Hope Community Church, 8411 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland. CSU East Bay President Mohammad H. Qayoumi will speak at 8 a.m.
Acts Full Gospel of God in Christ Church, 1034 66th St., Oakland. CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed will speak at the 11:30 a.m. service.
City of Refuge United Church of Christ, 1025 Howard St., San Francisco. Humboldt State President Rollin Richmond will speak at the 1 p.m. service.
For a complete list of services, times, speakers and church addresses visit: http://www.calstate.edu/PA/csu_super_sunday/
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