CSU Students, Faculty, Staff and Presidents Participate in HACU's National Conference in San Diego
Milton Gordon Receives HACU's Highest Honor
Milton A. Gordon, (center) president of California State University, Fullerton received the highest honor bestowed by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities Sept. 19 during the organization's 24th annual conference in San Diego. Gordon was presented the President's Award of Excellence for “championing student success in higher education for the last two decades and for his exemplary leadership." With him in the picture, Antonio R. Flores, HACU president and CEO and Sandra V. Serrano, od HACU's Governing Board and chancellor of Kern Community College District. Read more
CSU Representatives at HACU National Conference
Representatives from 11 campuses and the Chancellor's office promoted their academic programs, research and student opportunities at HACU's 24th Annual Conference held in San Diego, on Sep. 18-19.
CSU Monterey Bay Booth
The CSU Monterey Bay staff grabbed the attention of students and college representatives with unbeatable enthusiasm and memorable items promoting the CSUMB logo and programs. From left, Angeles Fuentes, Carolina Gonzalez Lujan, Ronnie Higgs, CSUMB President Diane Harrison, Leslie Carson, Maria Ceja and Jihan Ejan.
CSU Dominguez Hills Booth
García (left), president of
CSU Dominguez Hills, with Ted Martinez
(right), president of Rio Hondo College, and staff members of several CSU
CSU San Bernardino Booth
Amanda Yates, (left) and Debbie Gonzalez represented the office of Graduate Studies at CSU San Bernardino.
Cal State L.A. Booth
Marielena Becerra, coordinator for the Cal State L.A. Center for Student Involvement, staffed the CSULA booth.
Sacramento State Booth
Carlos Rubio, admissions counselor at Sacramento State University
Fresno State Booth
Marco Antonio Diaz providedinformation on Fresno State's graduate programs.
CSU Bakersfield Booth
Yolanda Moreno, CSUB's outreach counselor, won the CSU Early Bird distinction for having the first booth ready in the exhibit room.
Cal State Long Beach Booth
Manuel Perez (left),
Gloria Inzunza-Franco and
exhibit the Cal State Long Beach pride banner.
Cal Poly Pomona Booth
Lorena Marquez, coordinator of the Cesar E. Chavez Center for Higher Education; Jazmine Resendiz, student Poly Pathfinder; and Keiry Perez, graduate student, staffed the booth of Cal Poly Pomona.
Cal State Fullerton Booth
Deanna Marino and colleague at the Cal State Fullerton booth.
Chancellor's Office Booth
Ephraim Smith (left), executive vice
chancellor of Academic Affairs for the
CSU system, and Jorge Haynes, CSU's senior director of external affairs, at the Chancellor's Office booth.
HACU's mission is to improve Latino access to higher education and enhance educational opportunities for Hispanic students. In 1992 HACU led the effort to obtain congressional recognition for campuses with more than 25 percent Hispanic enrollment as federally designated Hispanic Serving Institutions. In 2010, Congress appropriated $117.4 million for HSIs under Title V of the Higher Education Act.
More October 2010 news:
- CSU participates at SACNAS and MAES National Events in Anaheim
- CSU Delivers College Poster at Native American Day Celebration
- U.S. Department of Education Video features CSUDH programs for underserved students