For the 12th straight year, leaders from San Francisco State University will partner with San Francisco's historically African American churches to inform churchgoing students and their families about the importance of college. The partnership is part of California State University's annual "Super Sunday" events.
During Super Sunday, CSU leaders, including the chancellor and trustees, visit churches across the state to deliver a message directly from the pulpit that encourages youth to pursue a higher education. More than 100,000 congregants hear this important message each year. They also receive important resources from the CSU to help them foster a college-going culture at home.