Though a total solar eclipse temporarily darkened the sky immediately after the ceremony, Sonoma State University's Convocation shined light on the accomplishments made in Judy K. Sakaki's first year as president and illuminated the bright future the University has ahead.
Sonoma State University has once again been named in the Princeton Review's annual Best 382 Colleges list, as well as in the Best Western regional list.
Rich Shayewitz has been named the Head Coach of the Sonoma State University Women's Basketball team after spending the previous 11 seasons as the Associate Head Coach for the SSU Men's Basketball team. Shayewitz becomes the sixth head coach in the program's 37-year history.
Hundreds of future Sonoma State University students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, most of whom would be the first in their families to attend college, will receive scholarships and other vital support for years to come thanks to more than $2.2 million in recent gifts to the univers
Art professors at Sonoma State University don't just teach — most are also working artists constantly creating new pieces year-round.
Congratulations to this year’s “Perfect Pairings” winners Michael Stoyka (SSU Owls), Megan Konieczka (Megan and Megan) and Susie McFeeters (Polar Bears).
Michael Stoyka, “SSU Owls”
Megan Konieczka, “Megan and Megan”
The GPS Scholarship Development Team for Intersession & Summer Session in the School of Extended and International Education is the winner of the Team Impact award at Sonoma State University.
All university employees are invited to participate in a new themed campus potluck to find the best chili at Sonoma State on Oct. 4. Come celebrate one another and eat great food with great people. The Fall Harvest Chili Cook-Off Potluck starts at noon in the Student Center Ballroom.
Bill Fusco, senior director of intercollegiate athletics at Sonoma State University, has announced that he will officially retire from his position on December 31 following 20 years at the helm of the Seawolves.