Throughout the months of February and March, many voices will carry the CSU Super Sunday message of college access. Below are just a few images from Feb. 17. CSU Super Sunday events continue with the schedule available online.
CSU Bakersfield President Horace Mitchell (left), CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White (center) and CSU Chief of Staff Lars Walton (right) sit in the pews of Saint John Missionary Baptist Church as the chancellor prepares to speak to a Super Sunday congregation for the first time.
Following his Super Sunday message, Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez greets a woman during services at Saint Paul Missionary Baptist Church.
CSU Monterey Bay President Eduardo Ochoa tells the congregation at Greater Victory Temple, ”We want to be your partners in the educational success of your children and grandchildren, of your nieces, nephews and neighbors. Working together, we can ensure that every child has an opportunity to go to college and graduate.”
San Francisco State President Leslie E. Wong (right) meets with outreach staff and volunteers outside Third Baptist Church of San Francisco as they prepare to give insight and information on attending college.
CSU East Bay President Leroy M. Morishita addresses the congregation of Allen Temple Baptist Church relating his experience as a youth to many of the young people in the congregation. ”My parents, who faced hardship and discrimination in their lives, believed that a college education was the path to a better life for their children. The profound changes that the college experience provided for me and my family, can be the same for you and your families,” says Morishita.
CSU Dominguez Hills President Willie J. Hagan (right) and Pastor Darryl E. Walker (left) embrace at New Philadelphia AME Church as the president rises to address the congregation.
CSU Vice Chancellor Garrett P. Ashley (right) and Associate Pastor Mark Claybrooks (left) discuss reaching the young people of Oakland following the service and Super Sunday message at Acts Full Gospel Church of God in Christ.