Mandatory Safety Tutorials

Posted by Katherine Ledesma on August 22, 2016 in News

The fall deadline to complete the training is October 23, 2016.  To avoid a hold on your account you must complete the training with a score of 75% or better.

To complete the required tutorials, use your SacLink account information to log on to https://studentsuccess.org/SSO/csus.

You will be charged a one-time fee ($10.00 for undergraduates; $5 for graduate/post-baccalaureate and CCE students), which is part of the regular tuition fee process to cover the cost of the tutorials.

 

To complete the required tutorials, use your SacLink account information to log on to https://studentsuccess.org/SSO/csus.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact Joelle Ockey at ockeyj@csus.edu.  You may also e-mail Student Success through its program HELP button, or by sending an email directly to Terrylynn.pearlman@studentsuccess.org

Immunization Requirements

Posted by Jake Peabody on August 3, 2016 in

Admission Requirements for all incoming students. (Freshman, transfer, international)

  • If you are 18 or younger* on your first scheduled day of semester, you must submit proof of two 2 doses of Measles/Rubella (MMR), AND the series of 3 doses of Hepatitis B.
  • If you are 19 or older* on your first day of semester you must submit proof of two 2 doses of Measles/Rubella (MMR)
  • Measles/Rubella (MMR): Required of all new students born 1957 or later
  • INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
    • on your first scheduled day of semester, you must submit proof of your Tuberculosis (TB) Test, Hepatitus B, and Measles/Rubella (MMR).

Submit Documentation:

Send one or more of the following documents to Student Health & Counseling Services with your name and student ID number clearly indicated on each document submitted:

  • Verification of immunity completed by healthcare provider
  • Photocopy of your childhood immunization record
  • Photocopy of your California High School transcript if immunization information is documented on transcript
  • A copy of a lab report showing proof of immunity by blood titer

Mail immunization records to:

   California State University, Sacramento
   Student Health & Counseling Services
   6000 J Street
   Sacramento, CA 95819-6045

Or fax a copy to 916.720.0180

​If you have any questions or concerns please contact Joelle Ockey at (916) 278-3848.

Fentanyl-Contaminated Street Norco

Posted by Jake Peabody on April 1, 2016 in

The Sacramento County Division of Public Health has received reports from local hospital emergency departments of at least 28 poisoning overdoses resulting in at least seven deaths.  Initially, health officials believed the overdoses were caused by taking tablets or capsules of Norco, a commonly abused prescription painkiller that was laced with fentanyl.  Now it is believed that fentanyl pills made to look like Norco tablets are being sold on the street.  Fentanyl is a highly potent fast acting opiate that is about 100 times more powerful than heroin.  Unsuspecting individuals who said they got the pills from friends, neighbors, family and strangers are taking them and getting in big trouble.  Dr. Olivia Kasirye, Sacramento County Public Health Officer, warns that “people need to be aware that this is out there and some of the Norco that is being sold on the street is being contaminated, it’s dangerous, and can easily cause an overdose.  It is important that people do not take pills from strangers, do not buy pills that are not prescribed to them, and be careful of the source of the medication they are taking.”

If you need more information about reporting suspected cases of drug poisoning overdoes, call Sacramento County Public Health at 919-875-5881 Monday-Friday between 8:00am – 5:00pm.  

Here are some additional resoruces through Generation Rx.

“The Other Freshman 15 – Fifteen facts about prescription drug abuse that could save your life”

“It's Drug Abuse – How the non-medical use of prescription drugs can hurt you”