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  • Contact Information
    Advising Monday Friday 9 00 am 12 00 pm 1 00 pm 3 30 pm An Admission Counselor 6 can assist you with the following information Review admission requirements for returning and transfer students Review the A G subject requirements testing and GPA requirements for first time freshmen Review the admission application process California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 Maps Directions Contact Us Resources Career Opportunities

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/admissions/contact-information (2016-02-15)
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  • Early Assessment Program: College Readiness
    level study Juniors in high school who take the CAASPP automatically participate in the EAP This is one way in which students may become college ready as early as their junior year of high school Being college ready means that when students enter college they are able to enroll in college level math and English courses without having to complete remediation courses their freshman year The Challenge Expand Collapse More than 60 percent of the nearly 40 000 first time freshmen admitted to the CSU require remedial education in English mathematics or both These 25 000 freshmen all have taken the required college preparatory curriculum and earned at least a B grade point average in high school The cost in time and money to these students and to the state is substantial Moreover these students are confused by seemingly having done the right things in high school only to find out after admission to the CSU that they need further preparation The diagram below lists four opportunities in which students may achieve college readiness prior to their freshman year There are four possible statuses within CAASPP EAP Each of these statuses may result in additional steps needed to complete before

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/early-assessment-program (2016-02-15)
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  • Housing & Residential Life Open House | California State University Stanislaus
    Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Student Affairs Housing Residential Life Housing Residential Life Open House Housing Residential Life Open House You re Invited to enjoy the Housing Residential Life Open House Saturday March 5 2016 Join us for an in depth look at what it s like to live on campus at Stanislaus State Receive guided room tours application assistance on the spot room placement and meet with housing students and staff to find out more about student housing at Stanislaus State Join us for an information and entertaining afternoon Family fun zone and BBQ for family members who attend as well Open House is FREE When Saturday March 5 2016 Time 12 00p m 4 00p m Where Housing and Residential Life Building 39 on the campus map Park in lots 6 or 7 for free parking View event flyer PDF RSVP by February 24 2016 Printer friendly version Housing Residential Life Application Process Cranium Cafe Conference Services Housing Residential Life Open House Open House RSVP Housing Room Type Dining Residents Money Matters

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/housing/housing-residential-life-open-house (2016-02-15)
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  • Application Process | California State University Stanislaus
    selection as well as room self selection are based on the date your complete application was received Applications received by 3 00p m Saturday March 5 2016 will be in the 1st Round of Roommate Placement Prior to beginning the online application it s good to know a little bit about how the process works To complete the application you ll need to have a couple of things handy MyCSUSTAN ID and password Debit card credit card This will be used to pay your deposit at the end of the application process Health insurance information Contact information for your financial guarantor co signer if you are under 24 years old This person will share financial responsibility for the cost of your housing You ll need to provide basic contact information including first last name address phone number etc A complete application consists of the following Completion of the online application including the electronic signature sections Submission of the Financial Guarantor form for anyone under 24 Payment or deferment of the Deposit I like living on campus because I can get help from an Academic and Career Advisor right here in housing It helps me plan for my future Billy Physical

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/housing/application-process (2016-02-15)
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  • Living Communities | California State University Stanislaus
    General Upperclass Living Below are descriptions for each grouping ELEVATE College Rise to the Occasion A first year living learning community for residents designed to provide additional support as student integrate into our University s academic and residential culture Benefits Integrated first year experience and English 1006 1007 for ELEVATE members Personalized one on one academic advising based on ELEVATE member s interests and aptitudes Social events and outings just for ELEVATE Advising and peer support geared toward earning your degree in just 4 years Personalized course recommendations for ELEVATE members to use as a guide during registration at New Student Orientation A designated Peer Academic Leader to answer all your questions Requirements for admission to this community Qualifying score on the English Placement Test EPT In need of one semester of English remediation Eligible for enrollment in English 1006 1007 Demonstrated need for student support programming First time freshman living in housing Honors Members of this community are active participants in the University Honors Program where they participate in year long integrated curriculum Benefits Housing rent reductions Social events and outings just for Honors Group study nights Informal hosted group dinners Exclusive events and activities with our Faculty in Residence Requirements for admission to this community Active participant in the University Honors Program Athletics This community is comprised of student athletes on university athletic teams Benefits Placement options Social events and outings just for athletes Group study nights Informal hosted group dinners Requirements for admission to this community Student athlete on a University athletic team Sports and Fitness Designed for a student who enjoys recreational sports and fitness as a part of everyday life Floor events will be themed around attending athletic events participating in intramural sports friendly competitive games and group workouts Music and Media Meant for a

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  • Village Voices | California State University Stanislaus
    Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Student Affairs Housing Residential Life Village Voices Village Voices Printer friendly version Housing Residential Life Application Process Cranium Cafe Conference Services Housing Residential Life Open House Housing Room Type Dining Residents Money Matters Forms Policies International

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/housing/village-voices (2016-02-15)
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  • Explore ELEVATE | California State University Stanislaus
    Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Student Affairs Housing Residential Life Explore ELEVATE Explore ELEVATE A first year living learning community for housing students designed to provide additional support as students integrate into our University s academic and residential culture Benefits Integrated first year experience and English 1006 1007 classes for ELEVATE members Personalized one on one academic advising vased on ELEVATE member s interests and aptitudes Social events and outings exclusively for ELEVATE members Advising and peer support geared toward earning your degree in just 4 years Peronalized course recommendations for ELEVATE members to use as a guide for registration at their New Student Orientation A designated Peer Academic Leader PAL available to answer all your questions Requirements for admission to this community Qualifying score on the English Placement Test EPT In need of one semester of English remediation Eligible for enrollment in English 1006 1007 Demonstrated need for student support programming First time freshman living in housing For more information please contact Ms Jessica Wojciechowski Academic and Career Support Coordinator at jbettencourt csustan edu Printer friendly version Housing Residential Life Application Process Cranium Cafe Conference Services

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/housing/explore-elevate (2016-02-15)
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  • Honors Living Learning Community | California State University Stanislaus
    are here Home Student Affairs Housing Residential Life Honors Living Learning Community Honors Living Learning Community The Honors Living Learning Community is a collaboration between University Housing and the University Honors program and offers an engaging intellectually challenging and fun living environment for members of the University Honors Program Residential honors students are eligible for housing rent reductions and all members of the community are able to attend exclusive events Members of the Honors Living Learning Community are located throughout the housing complex and do not all live on the same floor within the community Honors students speak about their experience Special opportunities and services include 2 000 housing rent reduction for freshman if accepted into the University Honors Program and placed in a Village I apartment freshman or Village III apartment upperclass Support from a Resident Assistant and Peer Academic Leader who are active in the University Honors Program Exclusive programs and events Off campus trips Movie nights Workshops Study nights Networking and connections with other honors students Debate and discussion luncheons Essay competition for prizes Year end celebration As a member of the larger housing community as well members also have full access to on going programs and services available to all residents These include academic support campus acclimation and integration activities networking socials study nights advising and career guidance and more Housing Community Room Floorplan Freshman Village I apartment Housing Community Room Floorplan Upperclass Village III apartment Apply to the University Honors Program Apply for Campus Housing Apply for the Housing Rent Reduction Note You must have a complete housing applicationt to be eligible and for the form to be reviewed Honors Living Learning Comunity Housing Cost coming soon Effective April 29 2016 requests for a rent reduction associated with living in the Freshman Honors Living Learning

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/housing/honors-living-learning-community (2016-02-15)
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