Super Sunday Provides Pathways to Achievement at CSUN

  • California State University, Northridge President Dianne F. Harrison speaking at H.O.P.E.’s House Christian Ministries in Granada Hills during CSU Super Sunday event on Sunday, Feb. 22. CSUN joined other CSU campuses from throughout the state at the annual event, where campus leaders visit predominately African-American churches to boost access, achievement and completion of historically underserved populations. Photo by David Hawkins.

  • Charles Humphrey Jr. ’86 (Mechanical Engineering) and his wife, Andrea Humphrey ’88 (Economics) pose with President Dianne F. Harrison and her husband, John Wujack, at H.O.P.E.’s House on Super Sunday, Feb. 22. The husband and wife duo pastor H.O.P.E.’s House where many CSUN alumni and students worship. The event marked one of several events in celebration of Black History Month. Photo by David Hawkins.

  • After the service, parents and students engaged with members of the CSUN Black Alumni Association and Office of Student Outreach and Recruitment Services (SOARS) to find out information about enrollment and services. Launched in 2005, CSU Super Sunday is an annual event where leaders from all 23 CSU campuses work together in a united effort to give underrepresented students the tools needed to successfully enter college. Photo by David Hawkins.

  • California State University, Northridge Vice President William Watkins ’74 (Urban Studies) offers an inspirational message to the congregation at Living Praise Christian Center Church in Chatsworth on Feb. 22 as part of Super Sunday events. The church is pastored by Fred L. Hodge and his wife, Linda. Several of their members are CSUN alumni and students. Photo by Nestor Garcia.

  • A parishioner at Living Praise stops by the Office of Student Outreach and Recruitment Services to acquire information about CSUN. Photo by Nestor Garcia.