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  • Diversity | California State University Stanislaus
    differences political views and veteran status The University is intent on engaging with all of its community members in meaningful ways that support the values and strengths that each individual brings to this campus In building a community inclusive of everyone more than recognition tolerance acceptance and celebration are required Stanislaus State also strives to teach incorporate mediate and promote issues of diversity that go beyond the surface The ways in which the University actively embodies diversity include Offering courses that are centered on or incorporate material for our diverse student faculty and staff populations as well as educating us about one another Recruiting and hiring administrators faculty staff and students to create a diverse campus community through employment practices and faculty staff development opportunities Recruiting and hiring faculty who are passionate about and committed to 1 sharing as appropriate course materials reflective of underrepresented histories and cultural issues 2 participating in discussions related to these matters in the classroom on a regular rather than occasional basis 3 honoring the complex diversity of this region and or 4 engaging colleagues and students in teaching and learning that promotes dialogue critical reflection and action focused on human dignity and worth Encouraging organizing funding and promoting workshops clubs lectures forums orientations and other events that allow our community of students administrators staff and faculty to come together to learn about one another and discuss experiences understandings and values en masse Assembling services activities and committees that continually gauge the ways in which diversity is honored and promoted on campus and in neighboring communities Offer targeted methods of outreach toward the recruitment retention and graduation of a diverse student body Understand that creating an inclusive community is an ongoing project thus always requiring reassessment Through these various strategies Stanislaus State seeks to do

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  • Accreditation & Achievements | California State University Stanislaus
    Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home About Us Accreditation Achievements Accreditation Achievements A Reputation Built on Solid Performance The Princeton Review consistently rates California State University Stanislaus among the Best Colleges in the nation a distinction awarded to only 15 percent of colleges and universities throughout the United States The University is among the Top 100 colleges for bachelor s degrees awarded to Hispanic students and it is designated as a Hispanic serving Institution by the U S Department of Education The American Association of State Colleges and Universities recognized Stanislaus State as one of 12 public universities nationwide that demonstrate exceptional performance in improving retention and graduation rates Stanislaus State consistently receives high ratings from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges WASC It is noted for small class sizes and a low percentage of student debt upon graduation Institutional Accreditation Stanislaus State received its first full accreditation in 1965 and full re accreditations in 1999 and 2010 from Western Association of Schools and Colleges 985 Atlantic Avenue Suite 100 Alameda CA 94501 Phone 510 748 9001 Fax 510 748 9797 www wascsenior org Specialized Accreditation The following programs are accredited by their specialty organizations College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Art National Association of Schools of Art and Design Music National Association of Schools of Music Public Administration National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration Theatre National Association of Schools of Theatre College of Business Administration Business Administration The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business AACSB Intl College of Education Kinesiology Social Work Education National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Social Work Council on Social Work Education College of Science Genetic Counseling American Board of Genetic Counseling Nursing Board of Registered Nursing Commission on

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  • Facilities | California State University Stanislaus
    later the art theatre music and science buildings were added The Health Center dedicated in 1981 provides basic medical services health maintenance and health education The University Student Union building houses the Associated Students Inc office the Carol Burke Student Lounge the Game Room TV lounge and the Warrior Stanislaus and Lakeside conference rooms The Dining Hall complex offers a 553 seat cafeteria a smaller dining room Warrior Grill and Pop s convenience store The Residence Life Village student housing complex opened in 1993 and includes apartment style accommodations with laundry facilities a dining hall a computer lab recreation room tennis courts courtyard with barbecue areas two pools and a unit for the Faculty in Residence Physical education facilities include a fieldhouse a 2 300 seat gymnasium called the Ed and Bertha Fitzpatrick Arena a soccer field baseball and softball diamonds tennis courts an all weather track and a swimming pool Opened in 2009 the Student Recreation Complex houses a soccer field and state of the art track facility in addition to an 18 000 square foot fitness center Demergasso Bava Hall built in 1998 houses classrooms lecture halls laboratories and faculty offices several academic departments The Signal student newspaper the campus radio and television stations and the Distance Learning Center The Mary Stuart Rogers Educational Services Gateway Building completed in 2002 provides one stop student services including enrollment advising counseling and career development and several administrative offices The John Stuart Rogers Faculty Development Center which opened in 2003 offers faculty members a gathering place to form research partnerships promote service learning integrate academic technology into pedagogical practices and work on projects in multimedia laboratories The Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall dedicated in 2003 provides the ideal acoustical showcase for student faculty and guest talent The Nora and

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  • Career Opportunities | California State University Stanislaus
    benefits and services employment opportunities View Listings Faculty Endowed Professors The Faculty Affairs office provides information and service regarding faculty benefits and services employment opportunities View Listings Management Staff The Office of Human Resources provides information and service regarding employee benefits and services employment opportunities salary schedules and job classification standards union contracts and training and development View Management Listings View Staff Listings Federal Work Study for Students Only Students who have accepted a Work Study award on their Official Award Letter may apply for jobs through the Work Study Program Copies of job listings are also available in Enrollment Services located in the Mary Stuart Rogers Educational Services Gateway Building in Room 100 Students must call employers to make interview appointments If students were not originally awarded Work Study and wish to receive Federal Work Study there is a waiting list process by submitting a written request to add work study awards to a students financial aid award Funding is quite limited and substantially more students have been offered work than in prior years View Listings Student Assistants Are you interested in obtaining a part time job on campus The Office of Human Resources now posts all jobs available

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  • Beyond the University | California State University Stanislaus
    a film see a show dine in style grab a quick bite have a coffee have dessert stroll shop picnic in the park listen to music dance www modesto downtown com Modesto Convention Visitors Bureau Modesto s central location puts you within a short drive of the ocean mountains and some of the nations most renowned parks Day trip options from Modesto include San Francisco Sacramento and Yosemite National Park among many others www visitmodesto com Entertainment Carnegie Arts Center If you are interested in experiencing Turlock s local art the Carnegie Arts Center is the place to be The center has a gallery with art exhibitions available for touring 7 days a week Open daily 1 4 pm except holidays Located at 250 N Broadway Call 668 5698 Fat Cat Music House The Fat Cat Music House and Lounge is a beautiful 30 s era music house featuring live music comedy and disco bands Dance the night away or enjoy a quiet drink in front of the fire this club has something for everyone www fatcatmodesto com Gallo Center for the Arts Beginning in 2007 the Gallo Center is an outstanding community asset setting a new standard for all arts education and entertainment in the Central Valley Regional artists and performers will produce shows of a style size and quality never deemed possible in the past www gallocenter org Modesto Symphony When the Modesto Symphony Orchestra gave its first concert in 1931 Modesto had a population of 17 000 and was the smallest town in the United States to have a symphony orchestra www modestosymphony org Signature Turlock Stadium 14 First run motion pictures on 14 separate screens located at 2323 West Main Street just west of the intersection with Highway 99 Call 664 3620 Stanislaus County Fairgrounds In addition to the annual county fair each summer the fairgrounds is a venue for a wide array of activities and events during the entire year ranging from horse shows to swap meets and music concerts www stancofair com currentevents html State Theatre Opened on December 25 1934 is now a recognized Landmark Preservation Site by the City of Modesto This beautiful Art Deco Style Theater now plays host to a variety of live concerts and productions as well as cutting edge independent films www thestate org Townsend Opera Players Music is a universal language Across cultures and centuries music has always been a central part of the human experience uplifting mind and heart Music nourishes the soul At Townsend Opera Players our mission is to feed the soul www townsendoperaplayers com Turlock Community Theatre A professional performing arts theatre which presents nationally and internationally acclaimed artists and is dedicated to enriching the cultural life of the region The Theatre supports local and regional arts organizations and offers rich opportunities for people of all ages to enjoy the performing arts www turlocktheatre org Sports Parks Donnelly Park Pedras Rd Dels Lane Turlock CA Donnelly Park which was opened to the public

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/about/beyond-university (2016-02-15)
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  • Welcome to Turlock - Video Gallery | California State University Stanislaus
    MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home About Us Welcome to Turlock Video Gallery Welcome to Turlock Video Gallery Stanislaus State is located in the community of Turlock in the heart of the Central Valley These videos were created by the Turlock Chamber of Commerce to share what life is like here in Turlock Printer friendly version About

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  • Contact Information | California State University Stanislaus
    Regional Partnership Development Speak Proudly Stan State Fund University Colleges Athletics Plan Your 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 About Us Contact Information Contact Information General Address Phone Address California State University Stanislaus Department Name if Known One University Circle Turlock California 95382 See Maps Directions General Information 209 667 3122 Quick Campus Contacts Prospective Future Students 209 667 3070 Campus Tours 209 667 3811 Commencement 209 667 3598 Faculty Affairs 209 667 3392 Financial Aid Scholarships 209 667 3336 Giving Opportunities 209 667 3131 Grades 209 667 3264 Graduate School 209 667 3129 Career Services 209 667 3661 Help Desk email 209 667 3687 HR Employment 209 667 3351 Parking Information 209 667 3611 Records Transcripts 209 667 3264 University Police 209 667 3114 Extended Education 209 667 3111 See the A Z Directory for complete department listing Printer friendly version About Vision Mission Fast Facts University Leadership Campus History Diversity Accreditation Achievements Facilities Career Opportunities Beyond the University Welcome to Turlock Contact Information President s Office Provost s Office Media

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  • Majors & Programs | California State University Stanislaus
    Education Kinesiology Social Work Science Undergraduate Programs Accounting Agricultural Studies Anthropology Art Biological Sciences Business Administration Chemistry Child Development Cognitive Studies Communication Studies Computer Information Systems Computer Science Criminal Justice Economics English Ethnic Studies Finance Gender Studies General Business Geography Geology History Kinesiology Liberal Studies Management Marketing Mathematics Modern Languages Music Nursing Operations Management Philosophy Physics and Physical Sciences Political Science Psychology Social Sciences Sociology Theatre Master s Programs Business Administration M B A Business Administration Executive E M B A Business Administration Online O M B A Child Development an M A in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Child Development concentration Criminal Justice M A Ecology and Sustainability M S Education M A Curriculum and Instruction Elementary Secondary Education Multilingual Education Reading Educational Technology Physical Education Special Education School Administration Counselor Education also available as a combined program with the Pupil Personnel Service Credential English M A Genetic Counseling M S Added Authorization in Autism Spectrum Disorders AA ASD Certificate Geospatial Analysis an M S in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Geospatial Analysis of Human Environmental Change concentration History M A Interdisciplinary Studies M A M S M A also available with a concentration in Child Development M S also available with a concentration in Geospatial Analysis of Human Environmental Change Marine Science M S Nursing M S Psychology M A Psychology M S Public Administration M P A Social Work M S W Doctoral Programs Educational Leadership Ed D Educational Credential Programs Administrative Services Credential ASC Preliminary and Intern Multiple Subject Instruction elementary school teachers Preliminary Level I Education Specialist Mild Moderate Disabilities or Moderate Severe Disabilities Professional Level II Education Specialist Mild Moderate Disabilities or Moderate Severe Disabilities Pupil Personnel Services available as a combined program with the M A in Education School Counseling Reading Language Arts Specialist Single

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