child on bike in ssu gym with instructor The Cycle Without Limits bike camp for children with special needs will be held January 13-16 at Sonoma State University. The camp uses specially-designed bicycles to teach children who often have difficulty learning how to ride a conventional two-wheeled bicycle.

teacher with young Hispanic studentSonoma State University has received a $200,000 grant allowing students to earn a Bachelor's degree and bilingual teaching credential in just four years total, saving students at least one year and an estimated $20,000.

Volleyball's Andrews Named All-American

December 14, 2016 10:19 AM

andrews volleyballSeawolf sports update, Dec. 7-13: volleyball's Rachel Andrews named All-American; women's basketball wins a pair; men's basketball falls to No. 25 SF State. logoSonoma State University is now a partner college of TheDream.US, the nation's largest college access program for DREAMers offering privately funded scholarships to undocumented immigrant students. Sonoma State is the only institution in California added this year as a new partner college with TheDream.US.

creek with waterSonoma State University has received a $330,000 grant from the Sonoma County Water Agency for academic and sustainability programs in the University's WATERS collaborative.

makerspaceSonoma State University has received a grant from the National Science Foundation of more than half a million dollars to create a signature Maker program with a Makerspace on campus for students, faculty and staff to use free of charge.

pat fuscaldoSonoma State University sports update, November 30-December 6. Men's basketball head coach Pat Fuscaldo wins his 300th game at SSU after beating Cal State LA; women's basketball loses two games in heartbreaking fashion; women's volleyball superstar Rachel Andrews ranked No. 13 player in the nation; three women's and two men's soccer players named to their respective National Soccer Coaches Association of America's All-West Region teams.

film cameraIn the wake of Sonoma State University students being invited to screen their short films at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015 and 2016, the University's film studies minor has seen a jump from 6 to 36 students and now Sonoma State is launching a Master's in Film Studies program to turn big-screen dreams into fantastic reality beginning in fall 2017.

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