$10 Student Tickets Now Avaiable for Green Music Center 2017-2018 Season

We have some exciting news from the Green Music Center: $10 student tickets are now available to all performances presented by the Green Music Center during the 2017-18 season.

Details:

  • The upcoming season at the GMC is incredible, with shows ranging from several internationally acclaimed dance and music ensembles to opera superstar Renee Fleming and the thrilling South African vocal group Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
  • The $10 tickets are in select areas. Premium seats will still be available at a 50% discount.
  • Students can purchase up to 2 discounted tickets for any show. You may bring anyone as your guest.
  • Tickets must be purchased before the end of the calendar year.
  • Access the discount by using the promo code SSUStudent online or at the box office.
  • A Student ID must be presented along with your ticket at the event.
  • RUSH tickets will still be available for select shows and will be announced by noon on performance days.

Visit gmc.sonoma.edu or contact the Green Music Center box office for more information.

Swipe 2 Win August Winners

Swipe 2 Win is a program that provides students the opportunity to earn points for attending campus events and put those points towards prizes.  The points earned at events will vary depending on the event.  At the end of each month, students points (translated from OrgSync Involvement Hours) will be put into a raffle to win prizes.

Congrats to the following August winners:

  • Azucena Carlos Montesinos

  • Kylie Dunton

  • Chanelle Gil-Hernandez

  • Catherine Hamor

  • Maylin Heidtke

  • Ulices Hurtado

  • Alexis King

  • Angelica Landa

  • Nicholas Rice

  • Natali Vasquez

 

Seawolves takeover Epicenter

Seawolves takeover Epicenter

Wednesday night went off with a bang, as the students of Sonoma State University enjoyed a night of tremendous fun and excitement at Santa Rosa’s very own Epicenter. Dubbed “The Seawolf Takeover”, the $18 million dollar sports and entertainment complex opened their doors to students to enjoy a night of complimentary fun and exploration as a kick-off to the new semester.

Staff and students speak on textbook prices, privatizing university bookstore

Staff and students speak on textbook prices, privatizing university bookstore

Check out this article posted by the Star:

The cost of textbooks is a burden placed on students at the beginning of every semester and many students do what they can to alleviate this burden by looking for the least expensive option. What this search shows to many is that the University Store, owned by Barnes & Noble, may be the most convenient place to buy books, but it is seldom the cheapest. 

Degree planner allows students to plan for graduation early

Degree planner allows students to plan for graduation early

Check out this article posted by the Star:

Sonoma State has instituted a new online degree planner that will allow students to plan their path all the way to graduation. The degree planner shows necessary courses by semester and allows for adjustments based on personal preferences.

The degree planner will make registration easier and could potentially raise the four-year graduation rate. Data from the degree planner will be available to the departments, allowing them to plan the courses offered around what students plan to take.