Cal State Fullerton’s President Mildred García, alumni and other campus representatives will be sharing the possibilities and opportunities for college this month as part of the California State University Super Sunday effort to improve educational outcomes for historically underserved populations.
CSU Super Sunday features leaders from all 23 CSU campuses speaking to congregations at churches throughout the state. The effort begins Feb. 14 and continues through Feb. 28.
García returns to Christ Our Redeemer AME in Irvine to speak at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 21, service. The church is located at 45 Tesla Dr., Irvine.
Other CSUF representatives participating in Super Sunday visits:
Ocena Corbin, president of the University’s African American Faculty and Staff Association
8 and 11 a.m. — St. Stephen Missionary Baptist Church, 1720 N. Walnut Ave., La Puente.
Wilbur Tate, Educational Opportunity Program counselor
8 and 11 a.m. — Corona Community Church, 321 E. Sixth St., Corona
Rodney Anderson ’05, ’08 (B.S. human services, M.S. counseling-marriage and family therapy), Educational Opportunity Program counselor and coordinator of the Male Success Initiative
8 a.m. — City of Refuge, 14527 S. San Pedro St., Gardena, CA 90248
Kelsey Brewer, CSUF senior political science major and CSU student trustee
8 and 11:30 a.m. — Life Church of God in Christ, 3349 Rubidoux Blvd., Riverside
Vita Jones, associate professor of special education
11 a.m. — Walker Temple AME Church, 2525 Trinity St., Los Angeles
Berenecea Johnson Eanes, vice president for student affairs
8 and 11 a.m. — Second Baptist Church, 4300 Westminster Ave., Santa Ana
Peter Nwosu, associate vice president for academic programs
9:30 a.m. — Grant AME Church, 10435 South Central Ave., Los Angeles
Jackie Otis, student academic services budget operations analyst
8 a.m. — Bethel AME Church, 7900 S. Western Ave., Los Angeles