The Sacramento State campus has many resources for the student and the instructor. Listed below are the main resources and their respective websites so that you can be fully up-to-date on the hours of operation and services provided.
ASI Food Pantry
The ASI Food Pantry exists to provide food and basic necessities to Sac State students with financial hardships and low food security at no cost. Students enrolled in classes can bring their physical OneCard to shop once each week or make an after-hours locker order online. Offerings include non-perishables, toiletries, fresh fruits, and vegetables, and more. For more information like hours and location, please visit https://asi.csus.edu/asi-food-pantry or contact email@example.com or 916.278.3978.
University Transportation and Parking Services (UTAPS) provides customer service to the university’s students, faculty, staff and visitors in the areas of parking, parking enforcement, traffic direction, special event parking services and Night Shuttle, as well as alternative transportation including Hornet Express Shuttle, student commuter passes to ride Sacramento Regional Transit (RT) light rail and buses.
When visiting campus, parking is enforced at all times by UTAPS. You can purchase daily permits from kiosks located throughout the campus. Students may ride all Sacramento Regional Transit (RT) fixed-route transit services, including the light rail, by presenting a valid Sacramento State OneCard and the student commuter sleeve. Students pay $40 for the commuter sleeve and will need to bring their OneCards to the UTAPS office, now located in The Welcome Center to purchase. They are open Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (summer hours are 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.).
Hours of operation and information on student services and upcoming exhibits are available at the Sacramento State Library website. Currently enrolled students also have remote access to the University Library by logging into the Library’s database with a SacLink account.
The OneCard is the official photo identification card for students. You can load funds on your Hornet Bucks Account and make purchases and payments all over campus. Your card is also your library card, commuter pass for the Hornet Shuttle, Sacramento RT and Light Rail, a printer card for the computer labs, and a way to get free admission to athletics events and various other student activities all over campus.
Peak Adventures is an outdoor recreation program at Sacramento State dedicated to getting you started in outdoor adventures. Peak Adventures included Adventure Trips, Gear Rentals, Team Building, and the Bike Shop.
Services Not Available to CCE Students
CCE students do not pay Mandatory Campus Fees, therefore some university services are not available to them. Services not available to CCE students include Student Health & Counseling Services and student membership at The Well. However, CCE students may contact The Well to inquire about purchasing affiliate membership.