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  • Academics | California State University Stanislaus
    Majors Programs Designed for Success Select from the wide array of majors we offer While we re well known for our Business Administration Teacher Education and Nursing programs we have 41 undergraduate programs 23 masters programs a doctor of education program six graduate certificate programs and a seven school credential programs Need more time With more than 1 000 courses explore your choices before deciding on the major that really suits you See a complete listing of all our majors minors concentrations teaching credentials and graduate programs You can get there from here Narrow the gap between now and your dream future Take the organized route Our academic disciplines are clustered within four colleges College of Business Administration College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences College of Education Kinesiology and Social Work College of Science The focus is on you The Princeton Review consistently rates Stanislaus State among the Best Colleges in the nation and Time Magazine recently ranked the university No 28 in the nation for access affordability and graduation rate Unlike larger impersonal campuses ours feels friendly and welcoming While we ve grown from our 1960 founding class of 800 to our 2014 fall enrollment of 9

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  • Admissions | California State University Stanislaus
    Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Admissions Admissions Undergraduate Closer Look Find out why Stanislaus State is a premier destination for excellence in academics programs and affordability Visit us Meet our student bloggers View our online brochure Graduate Requirements Process International Requirements Process Extended Education Requirements Process One in five of our students is enrolled in graduate or postbaccalaureate study Whether you just finished your bachelor s degree or are seeking to further your career our graduate programs provide a schedule you can work with The Princeton Review rates Stanislaus State among the Best 368 Colleges in the nation You will find a friendly and welcoming campus in the heart of California Find out here how to apply as an international student and access other resources specific to you Whether you are among our alumni or are a community member looking to enhance your career Extended Education has courses for you University Extended Education offers non traditional University Degrees Certificate Programs Specialized Training and Services for a variety of students Printer friendly version Admissions I Want to Apply I Have Applied I

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  • Athletics | 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 Athletics Athletics 2015 Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Join us to honor the prestigious careers of five former student athletes and the achievements of one team More Information Buy Tickets Online Go Warriors Stanislaus State is a member of the NCAA Division II and fields 14 men s and women s athletics teams in the California Collegiate Athletic Association CCAA Our teams consistently compete for conference and national championships while maintaining high academic standards for our student athletes Athletics Website Season Tickets Schedule Facilities From the university s brand new all weather track complete with lighting for nighttime games stadium seating and scoreboard to our tennis basketball and volleyball courts baseball and softball fields with new lighting we have it all Ed Bertha Fitzpatrick Arena Al Brenda Track Warrior Baseball Field Warrior Softball Field Tennis Courts Cross Country on campus Route Summer Camps The Warrior Athletic Camps at Cal State Stanislaus provide opportunities for athletes of all ages to develop their skills in a fun sportsmanlike environment We

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  • Campus Life | California State University Stanislaus
    The university enjoys an ideal location in the heart of California s Central Valley a short distance from the San Francisco Bay Area Monterey Big Sur the Sierra Nevada and the governmental hub of Sacramento The 228 acre campus is located in the City of Turlock a community that prides itself on its small town atmosphere clean living space excellent schools and low crime rate The campus itself is a beautiful park like setting shaded by hundreds of trees and graced by ponds trickling streams and waterfalls The picturesque campus offers moments of peace and relaxation to busy students faculty staff and the community to actively participate in the learning centered activities sponsored by the campus Arts Culture We are very proud of our arts programs and the great productions they put on Be sure to check out a play the latest art exhibition the next great music recital or a student association event Art Gallery Theatre Music USU Daily Events Program Athletics Fitness Watch a game on campus or get fit with various facilities and programs Athletics Recreation Complex Health Center ASI Programming Intramurals Gender Equity Violence Prevention Campus Dining Stanislaus State Campus Dining has an exclusive contract with

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  • Vision & Mission | California State University Stanislaus
    Vision Mission Vision California State University Stanislaus strives to become a major center of learning intellectual pursuit artistic excellence and cultural engagement for California s greater Central Valley and beyond We will serve our diverse student body communities and state by creating programs partnerships and leaders that respond effectively to an evolving and interconnected world Mission The faculty staff administrators and students of Stanislaus State are committed to creating a learning environment which encourages all members of the campus community to expand their intellectual creative and social horizons We challenge one another to realize our potential to appreciate and contribute to the enrichment of our diverse community and to develop a passion for lifelong learning To facilitate this mission we promote academic excellence in the teaching and scholarly activities of our faculty encourage personalized student learning foster interactions and partnerships with our surrounding communities and provide opportunities for the intellectual cultural and artistic enrichment of the region To achieve our mission and vision We inspire all members of the campus community to demand more of self than we do of others to attain new knowledge and challenge assumptions We challenge one another to be fully engaged responsible citizens with the ethics knowledge skills and desire to improve self and community We value learning that encompasses lifelong exploration and discovery through intellectual integrity personal responsibility global and self awareness grounded in individual student faculty interactions We are a student centered community committed to a diverse caring learning focused environment that fosters collegial reflective and open exchange of ideas We as students create the collegiate experience through initiative participation motivation and continual growth to meet the demands of self and others We as faculty elicit nurture and enhance the different voices of our selves students and communities through deliberate engagement continual discovery

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  • Fast Facts | California State University Stanislaus
    programs and six graduate certificate programs as well as an Executive MBA and a doctoral degree program in Educational Leadership Students are encouraged to take courses to give them a broad understanding of the liberal arts and sciences in their first two years so they can make an informed choice of specialization Headcount and Full Time Equivalent Students Enrollment Fall 2013 HC FTES Undergraduate 7 754 6 735 Graduates 1 163 873 Master s 760 580 Credential 353 271 All Other Postbaccalaureates 16 6 Doctorate 34 17 TOTAL 8 917 7 608 Note Undergraduate headcount includes 16 postbaccalaureates seeking a second bachelor s degree Degrees Awarded 2013 14 Bachelor s 1707 Master s 244 Doctorate 19 TOTAL 1 970 First Time Freshmen Applications Admissions Fall 2013 Applied 5 804 Admitted 4 280 Enrolled 1 224 Most Popular Bachelor Degree Programs Fall 2013 BS Business Administration 1 380 18 BS Nursing Pre Nursing Nursing 785 10 BA Psychology 751 10 BA BS Biological Sciences 681 9 BA Criminal Justice 612 8 Note Nursing students account for 216 enrollments Pre Nursing account for 569 enrollments Work Force Fall 2014 Instructional Faculty 528 Staff 492 TOTAL 1020 Acreage Main campus 228 Stockton Center 102 Institutional Finances Market value of total endowment June 2008 Over 8 97 million Student to Faculty Ratio Fall 2014 22 1 Graduation Rate for Full Time First Time Freshmen Fall 2007 cohort graduating within 6 years 52 4 Year Average Student Right To Know Graduation Rate for Full Time First Time Freshmen Fall 2004 2007 cohorts graduating within 6 years 50 One Year Retention Rate for Full Time First Time Freshmen Fall 2012 Cohort 87 Most Popular Graduate Degree Programs Fall 2013 MA Education 253 32 MSW Social Work 154 19 MPA Public Administration 94 12 MA MS Psychology

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  • University Leadership | California State University Stanislaus
    Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home About Us University Leadership University Leadership The President California State University Stanislaus is led by its President Joseph Sheley The Provost Leading the academic units at Stanislaus State is Provost James T Strong University Governance Organization In addition to the president and provost university governance at Stanislaus State includes several bodies the Foundation Board of Trustees the Academic Senate a cabinet of deans and other academic officers and senior administrators The University is organized into a number of academic and administrative units which report to the president and provost Download University Organization Chart pdf Academic Units Stanislaus State offers undergraduate and graduate programs through its four colleges College of Business Administration College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences College of Education Kinesiology and Social Work College of Science A complete list of academic departments is available on the Catalog website In addition a number of interdisciplinary programs cross the boundaries between departments and disciplines Administrative Units Stanislaus State provides support to the academic units through it s administrative divisions Academic Affairs Student Affairs Business Finance Faculty Affairs Human Resources

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  • Campus History | California State University Stanislaus
    education field house was constructed in 1969 to adjoin outdoor athletic facilities Subsequent construction included the Performing Arts Complex which provided the first permanent facility for art music and drama 1970 the Science Building for undergraduate instruction in the sciences and mathematics 1972 the University Dining Hall 1975 the University Union Building 1978 a Gymnasium 1978 the Aquatic Facility 1979 and the Student Health Center 1981 Over the years Stanislaus State has developed into a major presence in the region and continues to play a prominent role in the economy of the Central Valley Vasche Library II an addition to the existing library facility was completed in 1989 and a major addition to the University Union Building was completed in 1992 Residential Life Village Phase I opened in September 1993 Phase II was completed in September of 1996 and Phase III together with an adjoining dining facility was completed in fall 2004 The housing complex currently accommodates a total of 655 student residents Demergasso Bava Hall completed in 1998 provides instructional space and departmental offices for disciplines in all the colleges The Mary Stuart Rogers Educational Services Gateway Building was completed in February 2002 This important facility consolidates student services and administrative support functions in a one stop environment The 12 000 square foot John Stuart Rogers Faculty Development Center opened in January 2003 and the 320 seat Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall was completed in May 2003 The Nora and Hashem Naraghi Hall of Science completed in 2007 is a three story 110 000 square foot building that accommodates 692 FTE in laboratories and classrooms This facility also contains group study spaces and a state of the art observatory dome on the roof and was awarded LEED Silver status in 2008 The 12 800 square foot University Bookstore opened in October 2008 and a 19 acre Student Recreation Complex completed in May 2009 provides a 2 300 seat sports stadium and 18 600 GSF fitness center A major renovation to the Science I Building was completed in 2013 and now houses state of the art nursing laboratories and classrooms Just over 1 000 full time and part time faculty and staff serve a diverse student body of approximately 9 000 students 7 710 FTES Fall 2014 The university s primary service area is a 10 000 square mile region encompassing Stanislaus San Joaquin Merced Mariposa Tuolumne and Calaveras Counties Stanislaus State is regionally accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges WASC and has earned 12 specialized accreditations including the College of Business Administration College of Education Kinesiology and Social Work and nursing art theater and music programs Stanislaus State has an off campus center at University Park in Stockton In March 2009 the Board of Trustees approved the new Campus Master Plan Revision and certified the Final Environmental Impact Report which had not been reevaluated since 1968 The new master plan envisions the future growth of the campus to serve 12 000 FTE students while maintaining

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