How was California State University Sacramento founded

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The California State University, Sacramento (also as Sacramento State or Sac State is a state university in Sacramento, California. With 27,972 students, it is the largest college in Sacramento. The university is part of the California State University System.

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history


The Sacramento State was established in 1947 as the Sacramento State College founded. In 1972 the college became part of the California State University System and was given its current name. Since 2004 the school is only under the name Sacramento State marketed.

Sports


The Sacramento State sports teams are the Hornets. The university is a member of the Big Sky Conference.

Well-known graduates


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