mental health awareness ribbonMental Health is an issue that not everyone thinks about throughout their day. Sonoma State University keeps that in mind and is bringing Mental Health Awareness to campus with events, presentations and activities on Nov. 15-17.

SSU professor at Discovery DayEngineering students at Sonoma State University showed off some of the cooler parts of science to a younger generation at the North Bay Science Discovery Day on October 29 at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.

affordable mba ranking logoSonoma State University has been named one of the 50 most affordable MBA Programs in the nation by

women's volleyball teamSonoma State University sports update, November 3-8. Women's Volleyball continues win streak to eight; women's soccer exits CCAA Tournament early and earns No. 3 seed in the NCAA Division II Tournament; men's soccer falls in CCAA Tournament Final and earns No.4 seed in the NCAA Division II Tournament; women's basketball start their exhibition season with a win and a loss; men's basketball starts their exhibition matches against Division I teams; cross country ends their season in the NCAA Regional Invite in Montana; baseball brings former MLB players to the Sonoma State University Baseball Camp.

masters counseling ranking logoSonoma State University is ranked No. 1 on the list of top value counseling Master's degrees in California, published in October by Both the Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling programs were praised for their "commitment to self exploration and personal growth."

undocuweek flyerIn an effort to spread awareness of resources and to show support for undocumented students, Sonoma State University hosts its first ever Undocu-week on campus November 7-14.

hunger and homelessness awareness week posterWith the giving season right around the corner, Sonoma State University is giving back to the community during Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week on campus Nov. 7-9.

ssu orchestraWalk, run, drive, or bike to Weill Hall at the Green Music Center on Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. for the Sonoma State University Symphony Orchestra's second concert of the 2016-17 season, "Modes of Transportation." The program is comprised of four pieces, each inspired in different ways by humankind's remarkable mobility.

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