CSU Super Sunday Continues on Feb. 14 with Events at 31 Congregations
February 12, 2010
By Erik Fallis
On Feb. 14, CSU Super Sunday services will take place at 31 churches throughout California.
In Inglewood at 10 a.m., CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed will speak to hundreds of Faithful Central Church parents, students and congregants with the message to begin planning for college admission as early as middle school, and to enroll in challenging classes that prepare for college.
CSU Super Sunday is the annual kick-off to the university's African American Initiative and church partnerships. Now in its fifth year, the CSU has expanded Super Sunday outreach to 100 California churches over several consecutive Sundays.
CSU Super Sunday featured on CSU Voices and Views blog
Under the headline "Super Sunday and a parable of success," Cal State L.A. President James M. Rosser shares the story of James A. Bell, a Cal State L.A. alumnus from a South Central Los Angeles neighborhood who is now chief financial officer and corporate president of Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace company.
Under the headline "Our Commitment to the Dreams of Students," Cal State East Bay President Mohammad H. Qayoumi talks about the campus commitment to diversity, as demonstrated by CSU Super Sunday, the Education Summit and the Summer Algebra Academies. Qayoumi also talks about his educational journey as a first generation college student.
CSU anticipates several entries in February by participants in the Super Sunday program and CSU African American Initiative. Please visit the site for the latest entries at http://blogs.calstate.edu/voicesviews. For more information on CSU Super Sunday visit http://www.calstate.edu/supersunday.