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. 24. CSU Super Sunday events continue with the schedule available online.
CSU Trustee Hugo N. Morales rejoins the Saints Community Church of God in Christ congregation after his remarks. The trustee and Harvard graduate, who grew up in a Central Valley family of farm workers, related the struggles of his own educational journey to those barriers faced by many youth.
Between services at West Angeles Cathedral, CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White (left) and Bishop Charles E. Blake (right) share thoughts on equipping students with the tools to achieve a college education.
CSU Fullerton President Mildred García delivers a motivational message and answers questions for the youth of Friendship Baptist Church.
Cal Poly Pomona President Michael Ortiz celebrates with the congregation of Christ Our Redeemer Church prior to delivering the Super Sunday message.
CSU San Bernardino President Tomás D. Morales takes to the pulpit at Principles of Faith Christian Center affirming his personal commitment to “further strengthen CSUSB’s partnership with this wonderful congregation and other African American churches, organizations, and businesses in the Inland region and beyond.”
Bishop Broderick Alan Huggins (left), CSU Channel Islands President Richard R. Rush (center) and Vice President for Student Affairs Wm. Gregory Sawyer (right) meet during Super Sunday at Saint Paul Baptist Church.
For photos from Feb. 17, please click here.