Thousands Welcome the CSU Super Sunday Message
With visits to approximately 100 churches the CSU completed its annual statewide outreach to African American communities, delivering from the pulpit a message about the value of higher education.
CSU Super Sunday is the nation’s largest outreach by a higher education institution focusing on informing African American youth and their families about the steps to college.
During events at 48 cities or communities in Northern, Central and Southern California, CSU presidents, trustees, the chancellor and other university executives encouraged African American parents and guardians to be active partners in their children’s education.
"The California State University is a major asset of the state and it belongs to you," Chancellor Charles B. Reed said. "Let's make sure that our children take advantage of the educational opportunities offered at the CSU so they become the educated minds that will take California to the next stage of economic prosperity."
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