He graduated from Sacramento State University with a B.
What does SSU stand for?
SSU stands for Sacramento State University
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- Adele H. Stamp Student Union (building code; University of Maryland)
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- Salisbury State University
- Satellite Student Union (California)
- Savannah State University (Savannah, Georgia)
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- Secondary Sampling Unit
- Security Service of Ukraine
- Sequential Shunt Unit
- Services & Support Unit
- Session Support Utility
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Library Philosophy and Practice 2009 When Sacramento State University graduate students submit and electronic thesis, they will be providing preliminary metadata.
Goethe and Sacramento State University provides a window into the problems faced by universities confronting institutional legacies of hatred.
The second partnership is with Sacramento State University which offers several courses in American Sign Language and Deaf Culture in addition to elementary and special education core classes.
It was in Sacramento, CA, where Fuoss had finished his career as a football coach and the athletic administrator at Sacramento State University.
He attended a local community college before transferring to Sacramento State University, where he studied political theory and was elected student body president.
says Herb Kutchins, who teaches social work at Sacramento State University in California, "it was the original form of release in medieval English law.