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CSU Super Sunday, Photos from Feb. 20

On Feb. 20, the chancellor delivered the CSU Super Sunday message in Orange County as other CSU leaders spoke to dozens of congregations in northern California.  Below are just a few images from this past weekend.  CSU Super Sunday events will continue tomorrow in southern California.  The complete list and schedule of churches is available online. 

CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed addresses the congregation at Christ Our Redeemer, telling students, parents and their supporters that college is affordable, accessible and essential to a successful career.

CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed addresses the congregation at Christ Our Redeemer in Irvine, telling students, parents and their supporters that college is affordable, accessible and essential to a successful career.

Reed is welcomed to the pulpit by Christ Our Redeemer Senior Minister Mark Whitlock.

Reed is welcomed to the pulpit by Christ Our Redeemer Senior Minister Mark Whitlock.

Karen Bass, a CSU Dominguez Hills alum and congresswoman, joins Pastor Sherman Gordon and CSUDH President Mildred Garcia during Super Sunday at Family of Faith Christian Center.

Karen Bass, a CSU Dominguez Hills alum and congresswoman, joins Pastor Sherman Gordon and CSUDH President Mildred Garcia during Super Sunday at Family of Faith Christian Center.

Cal State East Bay President Mo Qayoumi addressed two separate services about the benefits and accessibility of a college education through the California State University on Super Sunday at Glad Tidings Church of God in Christ in Hayward.

Cal State East Bay President Mo Qayoumi addressed two separate services about the benefits and accessibility of a college education through the California State University on Super Sunday at Glad Tidings Church of God in Christ in Hayward.

CSU Monterey Bay President Dianne Harrison, speaking at Greater Victory Temple in Seaside, said “let’s all work together to make sure children – your children – take advantage of the educational opportunities offered at the CSU so they become the educated minds that will take California to the next stage of economic prosperity.”

CSU Monterey Bay President Dianne Harrison, speaking at Greater Victory Temple in Seaside, said “let’s all work together to make sure children – your children – take advantage of the educational opportunities offered at the CSU so they become the educated minds that will take California to the next stage of economic prosperity.”

Felicia A. Bessent, St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church parishioner and Sacramento State alumna shares her experience with Sacramento State Provost Joseph Sheley after he spoke at the service.

Felicia A. Bessent, St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church parishioner and Sacramento State alumna shares her experience with Sacramento State Provost Joseph Sheley after he spoke at the service.

Also posted is a video of the Super Sunday in the Sacramento area. 

Note: Do you have an image of CSU Super Sunday to share? Please email publicaffairs@calstate.edu

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