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CSU Super Sunday, Photos from Feb. 14

By the CSU Public Affairs Team

On Feb. 14, the CSU Super Sunday message reached 31 churches throughout California. Below are just a few images from this past weekend. CSU Super Sunday events will continue throughout the month. The complete list and schedule of churches is available online and includes locations in Northern, Central and Southern California.

Chancellor Charles B. Reed (left) and Pastor LaRoya Jordan (center) greet congregant Kim Walker (right) from Faithful Central Church, in Inglewood. Walker's son attended a CSU Summer Algebra Institute. Courtesy CSU Public Affairs

Chancellor Charles B. Reed (left) and Pastor LaRoya Jordan (center) greet congregant Kim Walker (right) from Faithful Central Church in Inglewood. Walker's son attended a CSU Summer Algebra Institute. Courtesy CSU Public Affairs

Cal State East Bay President Mo Qayoumi discusses the importance of and accessibility for a higher education during his presentation in the Sunday morning service at St. John Missionary Baptist Church in West Oakland. Courtesy CSU East Bay

CSU San Marcos President Haynes to the congregants of Mountain View Community Church of Temecula:  "It is our responsibility to be unified in action, supporting and encouraging our youth to not only dream of going to college but to take the necessary action steps to prepare themselves."

CSU San Marcos President Karen Haynes to the congregants of Mountain View Community Church of Temecula: "It is our responsibility to be unified in action, supporting and encouraging our youth to not only dream of going to college but to take the necessary action steps to prepare themselves." Courtesy CSU San Marcos

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2 Comments to “CSU Super Sunday, Photos from Feb. 14”

  1. Sharonda Grimitt, Alumnus from Dominguez Hills, Says:

    Super Sunday is a phenomenal way to bring the church and the CSU System together. As an alumni and person of faith I believe this partnership will prove to be the tool that is needed to bridge the gap between institutions of higher learning and the African American community. The fact that the Chancellor Reed and the various CSU President’s are out in the community reveals thier genuine desire to see that minorities are presented with opportunities for success. I am truly grateful for the education I received from the CSU System.

  2. Xyrele, Other from San Francisco, Says:

    That’s a great news CSU Super Sunday Events are going very great and can never be stop spreading the good word throughout the churches I love to see this event finish all the churches within time. Hope this happens again.

    Xyrele

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