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The CSU and Univision Host Feria de Educación



Students looking at Sac State materials

Students and families gathered at Sacramento State on October 1 to learn about college preparation and admission. Photo courtesy of Sacramento State


On Saturday, October 1, Spanish-speaking students and their families attended Feria de Educación at Sacramento State. A partnership between the CSU Latino Initiative and Univision, the nation's leading Spanish-language media company, the college education fair provides information on how to prepare for, be admitted to, and succeed in college.

Students and parents participated in educational workshops on financial aid, career options and college admission, met college representatives, and learned about community resources that support college readiness.

Other highlights included a children's book giveaway and a visualization activity in which students had their photo taken while wearing the uniform of a profession they might want to pursue, such as a physician or judge.

The CSU is committed to fostering a culture of college readiness and success among the diverse communities it serves. Feria de Educación aims to increase Latino and Hispanic students' access to higher education and improve college graduation rates by raising awareness among younger students of the importance of pursuing a degree.

Watch the highlights from the October 1 Feria de Educación event. Video courtesy of Sacramento State


The next Feria de Educación college fairs will be held on Saturday, October 15, at
CSU Northridge, and on Saturday, October 22, at Fresno State.​

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