The CSU’s Super Sunday initiative focuses on the importance of higher education, especially for Black and African Americans as CSU officials, such as CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales, visit Black and African American churches around California.
The CSU’s Super Sunday, set for Feb. 26, is an initiative that focuses on the importance of higher education. African American congregations across California will receive presentations from California State University officials.
President Tomás D. Morales talked about the transformative power of a college education for African Americans as part of the CSU’s Super Sunday on Feb. 27 during a church service at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in San Bernardino.
CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales will speak at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in San Bernardino. He joins other California State University leaders who will visit African American churches statewide to talk about the transformative power of a college education.
The CSU and CSUSB will hold the annual Super Sunday outreach virtually to African American churches throughout the state on the importance of higher education.
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CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales and other university administrators visited area African American churches as part of the CSU’s Super Sunday outreach that encourages the pursuit of a college education.
CSUSB President Tomás Morales and university administrators will visit area African American churches to speak about the importance of a college education as part of Feb. 23 CSU Super Sunday outreach.
Super Sunday is part of the CSU African American Initiative, which seeks to increase the college preparation, enrollment and graduation rates of African American students.