CSUSM's Haynes to Report to Tribal Nations, Apr. 12

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Media Contact: Margaret Lutz | mlutz@csusm.edu

Who: Karen Haynes, president of California State University San Marcos (CSUSM), members of CSUSM’s Native Advisory Council and approximately 60 leaders from regional tribal governments.

What: The President’s inaugural Report to Tribal Nations will provide an overview of CSUSM’s tribal community engagement initiatives.

When: Thursday, April 12, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Where:  Pala Band of Mission Indians, Administration Building, 12196 Pala Mission Road, Pala
 
Additional: CSUSM is proud to be the regional leader in building meaningful and productive educational partnerships with its tribal neighbors. Under the bold leadership of Dr. Karen Haynes, CSUSM is working collaboratively with the tribal community to increase access and create pathways to college for American Indian students.

Admission is by invite only however members of the media are welcome to attend.  Please RSVP to Christine Vaughan at 760-750-4409 or cvaughan@csusm.edu.
 
About California State University San Marcos
California State University San Marcos combines the ambiance of a mid-sized, personal, modern campus with the unequaled value of the California State University. Since its founding in 1989, the campus has distinguished itself. Students benefit from the latest facilities and equipment, a superb faculty that enjoys teaching, and a rigorous academic program that prepares students for a successful life in and out of the workplace. A recent survey reported that the University’s annual spending in the region was $161 million, generating a total impact of $307 million on the regional economy. 85 percent of CSUSM’s alumni stay in the region. CSU San Marcos is located on a 304-acre hillside overlooking the city of San Marcos. It is fifteen miles east of the ocean; just thirty miles north of downtown San Diego.