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CSU Super Sunday, Photos from Feb. 13

On Feb. 13, the CSU Super Sunday message reached 11 churches throughout California, including churches in Bakersfield, Fresno, Hayward, San Bernardino and San José.  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.

Chancellor Reed holding 'How to Get to College' poster, arms extended.  Addressing the congregation at St. John Missionary Baptist Church, CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed said, ''we know one thing: if they go to college, their life is better forever.''  Reed also shared his story of hearing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speak when he was a student at George Washington University.

Addressing the congregation at St. John Missionary Baptist Church, CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed said, ''we know one thing: if they go to college, their life is better forever.'' Reed also shared his story of hearing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speak when he was a student at George Washington University.

San José State Interim President Don W. Kassing visited Maranatha Christian Center, sharing his view that the CSU offers ''opportunities for young people to go to college to work their way out of the recession–as it is going to require education, and in this region, innovation.''

San José State Interim President Don W. Kassing visited Maranatha Christian Center, sharing his view that the CSU offers ''opportunities for young people to go to college to work their way out of the recession–as it is going to require education, and in this region, innovation.''

CSU Trustee Lou Monville (right) was welcomed to the pulpit of St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church by Reverend Larry E. Campbell (left).  Monville shared with the church his own experience as a CSU San Bernardino student.  He also pointed out the economic advantages of being college educated, urging families and the congregation to ''push your students harder'' to earn a college degree.

CSU Trustee Lou Monville (right) was welcomed to the pulpit of St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church by Reverend Larry E. Campbell (left). Monville shared with the church his own experience as a CSU San Bernardino student. He also pointed out the economic advantages of being college educated, urging families and the congregation to ''push your students harder'' to earn a college degree.

Trustee Monville with his wife Elizabeth Sanchez- Monville (left of the trustee) and CSU African American Initiative Consultant Barbara Young (right of the trustee) join in a photo with the scholarship committee of St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church.

Trustee Monville with his wife Elizabeth Sanchez- Monville (left of the trustee), and CSU African American Initiative Consultant Barbara Young (right of the trustee) join in a photo with the scholarship committee (Gwendolyn Nelson, Brenda Odell, Charlotte Brokks, Darlene Brown and Kathryn Ervin) of St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church.

Trustee Monville explains to Kyndlle Myers, 7, how getting a college degree will help her achieve her dreams.  Monville shares with Kyndlle's mom some materials to help in preparing her daughter for college.

Trustee Monville explains to Kyndlle Myers, 7, how getting a college degree will help her achieve her dreams. Monville shares with Kyndlle's mom some materials to help in preparing her daughter for college.

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