Amidst a national discussion about race on college campuses, Sacramento State has announced it’s putting more money toward diversity efforts. The university is allocating an additional $30,000 dollars to its Multi-cultural, Women’s Resource and PRIDE centers.
Beth Lesen is Sac State’s Associate Vice President for Student Engagement and Success.
"We have a diverse student body" she says. "So that’s a mandate to really be on our game in terms of self-examination and making sure that we’re continually trying to do better for our students."
The university has also opened centers to support African-American and undocumented students.