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CSU Super Sunday, Photos from Feb. 28

By the CSU Public Affairs Team

In the month of February, the CSU Super Sunday message reached nearly 100 churches in Northern, Central and Southern California. Below are just a few images from this past weekend,
Feb. 28. 

Cal State Long Beach Student and Hearst/CSU Trustees' Scholar Tanisha Washington shares her story of a journey through personal loss and poverty to become a highly successful student at the CSU with the congregation of Price Chapel AME in Los Angeles. Courtesy CSU Public Affairs

Cal State Long Beach Student and Hearst/CSU Trustees' Scholar Tanisha Washington shares her story of a journey through personal loss and poverty to become a highly successful student at the CSU with the congregation of Price Chapel AME in Los Angeles. Courtesy CSU Public Affairs


CSU Board of Trustees Chair Herbert Carter (left) speaks with West Angeles Cathedral member and Union Bank Senior Vice President Carl Ballton (right) after the Super Sunday service. Courtesy CSU Public Affairs

CSU Board of Trustees Chair Herbert Carter (left) speaks with West Angeles Cathedral member and Union Bank Senior Vice President Carl Ballton (right) after the Super Sunday service. Courtesy CSU Public Affairs


CSU Dominguez Hills President Mildred García addresses members of Crenshaw Christian Center in its Faithdome. The South Los Angeles mega-church founded in 1973 by Apostle Frederick K.C. Price has a membership that exceeds 18,000. Courtesy CSU Dominguez Hills

CSU Dominguez Hills President Mildred García addresses members of Crenshaw Christian Center in its Faithdome. The South Los Angeles mega-church founded in 1973 by Apostle Frederick K.C. Price has a membership that exceeds 18,000. Courtesy CSU Dominguez Hills


Fresno State President John D. Welty (right) meets with Pastor Ed Lee (left) of Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Fresno before the Super Sunday address to the Mt. Olive congregation. Courtesy Fresno State

Fresno State President John D. Welty (right) meets with Pastor Ed Lee (left) of Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Fresno before the Super Sunday address to the Mt. Olive congregation. Courtesy Fresno State


Cal State Fullerton President Milton A. Gordon greets Wanda Wade following services at the Love and Unity Christian Fellowship in Compton, where he spoke as part of the CSU’s Super Sunday effort. Courtesy Cal State Fullerton

Cal State Fullerton President Milton A. Gordon greets Wanda Wade following services at the Love and Unity Christian Fellowship in Compton, where he spoke as part of the CSU’s Super Sunday effort. Courtesy Cal State Fullerton


Cal State Long Beach President F. King Alexander (right) and church parishioner Demetrius Cook (left) discuss early college preparation after services at Friendship Baptist Church in Yorba Linda. During the Super Sunday service, Alexander emphasized the need for student preparation and parental involvement, and the importance of increasing the number of African Americans at all universities. Courtesy Cal State Long Beach

Cal State Long Beach President F. King Alexander (right) and church parishioner Demetrius Cook (left) discuss early college preparation after services at Friendship Baptist Church in Yorba Linda. During the Super Sunday service, Alexander emphasized the need for student preparation and parental involvement, and the importance of increasing the number of African Americans at all universities. Courtesy Cal State Long Beach


Cal State L.A. President James M. Rosser greets prospective CSU students from the congregation of the New Covenant Baptist Church in Norwalk. Bishop L. Daniel Williams encourages more youth to come forward. Behind Rosser are Cal State L.A. Director of Outreach and Recruitment Vincent A. Lopez, EAP Coordinator Adolfo Mata and Student Ambassador Jazmine Jones. Courtesy CSU Public Affairs

Cal State L.A. President James M. Rosser greets prospective CSU students from the congregation of the New Covenant Baptist Church in Norwalk. Bishop L. Daniel Williams encourages more youth to come forward. Behind Rosser are Cal State L.A. Director of Outreach and Recruitment Vincent A. Lopez, EAP Coordinator Adolfo Mata and Student Ambassador Jazmine Jones. Courtesy CSU Public Affairs


Pastor Wilson of St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Oceanside thanked Cal State San Marcos President Karen S. Haynes after her remarks Sunday.  "Super Sunday is our way of sharing the good news with community partners that a college education is within the reach of every young adult," said Haynes. Courtesy Cal State San Marcos

Pastor Wilson of St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Oceanside thanked Cal State San Marcos President Karen S. Haynes after her remarks Sunday. "Super Sunday is our way of sharing the good news with community partners that a college education is within the reach of every young adult,"said Haynes. Courtesy Cal State San Marcos


CSU Executive Vice Chancellor Benjamin Quillian (left) and CSU African American Initiative consultant Dr. Barbara Young (center) greet Bishop Charles E. Blake (right) after the Super Sunday service at West Angeles Cathedral in Los Angeles. Courtesy CSU Public Affairs

CSU Executive Vice Chancellor Benjamin Quillian (left) and CSU African American Initiative consultant Dr. Barbara Young (center) greet Bishop Charles E. Blake (right) after the Super Sunday service at West Angeles Cathedral in Los Angeles. Courtesy CSU Public Affairs


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2 Comments to “CSU Super Sunday, Photos from Feb. 28”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    show some pic of the college

  2. Erik Fallis Says:

    You can find photos of all of our campuses on the CSU facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/calstate

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