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CAPS and SSU Students Deserve Care
| January 9, 2023

As a Sonoma State student who has dealt with mental health issues for most of my life and has experienced the difficulties with access to mental health care, having an accessible option for Sonoma State regardless of income is something

SSU students help the children of Geyserville Elementary with their arts and crafts.
Suzanne Maggio-Hucek Case Study
| January 9, 2023

“Service-learning as a whole is about participating in something and changing the world for the better.” says Suzanne Maggio-Hucek, a lecturer in Sonoma State’s Department of Psychology.

Collage of the four faculty panelists listed in A-Z order.
Common Read Initiative: What is Whiteness?
| December 5, 2022

The goal behind the Common Read Initiative is to have conversations about race on the Sonoma State campus, something Dr.

Dr. Castañeda-Leal describes the programs and practices Roseland School District has in place to acc
How Community and Accessibility Benefit Latinx Students and Families
| November 7, 2022

“There were no opportunities for students like me, that look like me,” Dr. Wendy Castañeda-Leal explained during a public Zoom meeting with Community Action Partnership Sonoma County.

Student signing up at the Service & Internship Fair with UELF.
Service & Internship Fair XV
| October 3, 2022

The Service and Internship Fair has returned to Sonoma State after two years of cancellation due to the pandemic.

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