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  • Career Services | California State University Stanislaus
    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 Student Affairs Career Services Career Services Services Provided for Students One on one career advising Graduate school preparation Assistance creating a resume Resume critique Cover letter development Interview preparation Services Provided for Employers Job postings Table in the Quad reservation Information session reservation On campus interview room reservation Career Planning C areer Planning Job Readiness Employment Preparation Salary Compensation Salary Compensation Identify Explore Pursue Find out about assessments which can help identify skills explore various careers and develop a plan to achieve career goals Read more Employment Preparation Getting a job typically requires translating your experience in the form of a resume or cover letter then in an interview Get individualized assistance through this process Read more Finding the Right Fit Researching potential employers is a critical step in the job search process It assists you in tailoring your resume and cover letter to a particular organization Read more Printer friendly version Career Services Students Employment Opportunities Employers Career Fair Mission Learning Outcomes Contact Information

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/career (2016-02-15)
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  • Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) | California State University Stanislaus
    Giving Presidential Fund for 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 Student Affairs Educational Opportunity Program EOP Educational Opportunity Program EOP Welcome to the Educational Opportunity Program EOP at CSU Stanislaus Our staff is available to help you reach your academic personal and career goals The Educational Opportunity Program EOP is an admission based program that increases access academic excellence and retention of Californiaâ s historically underserved low income first generation college students The EOP program is a crucial part of the overall mission of the university EOP provides an array of support services including Summer Bridge Promise Scholars and developmental academic advising These programs and services encourage students to make conscious connections between the acquisition of skills and their application to academic social and professional lives Printer friendly version Educational Opportunity Program EOP Applying Who may Apply Applying How to Apply Important Dates for EOP Applicants FAQs Program Summer Bridge Program Promise Scholars Publications Applications Contact Information California State

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/eop (2016-02-15)
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  • Promise Scholars | California State University Stanislaus
    Every day young people graduate from foster care with too few resources to start life on their own Yet like most young people foster youth have ambitions goals and dreams Given the chance they can pursue higher education For these youth California State University Stanislaus provides hope through the Promise Scholars Program The program gives former foster youth a leg up smoothing their way into college and providing support through students college journey Promise Scholars receive special academic advising as well as instruction and support for developing life skills such as securing safe and affordable housing learning how to manage money and while in school finding jobs that won t interfere with their academic goals On September 9 2012 Friends of the Promise Scholars Program will be competing for the first prize in the Community Brunch for YOUth a competition of local charities and chefs Join us as we cook up some fun For more information click here To recognize the people who are supporting former foster youth attending CSU Stanislaus The Promise Scholars Program created 1 000 Angels a group individuals and businesses that are donating their time products and services and financial resources in support of former foster youth There are many ways to get involved and something as simple as donating new blankets or sheets goes a long way to helping young people meet their educational and professional goals The Promise Scholars Program is a component of the Educational Opportunity Program EOP and has partnered with various on campus services to provide a holistic approach to meeting the needs of foster youth in higher education CSU Stanislaus is a proud partner in the Northern California University Foster Youth Consortium which is dedicated to recruitment and to providing access to housing financial aid and academic guidance and support

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/promise-scholars (2016-02-15)
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  • General Education Requirements | California State University Stanislaus
    units NURS 1040 Human Development Over the Life Span 3 units PSYC 2010 Introduction to Psychology 3 units SW 2010 Introduction to the Social Work Profession 3 units THEA 2000 The world of Fashion 3 units Top of page E Individual Resources for Modern Living 3 units minimum Choose one course from each section E1 Individual Resources for Modern Living BUS 1040 Seminar in First Year Experience 2 units CIS 2000 Introduction to Computer Information Systems 3 units CS 2000 Effective Computing 3 units Students may not use both CS 2000 and CS 4000 for GE requirements ENGL 1006 First Year Composition Seminar Stretch A 4 units GEND 2500 Women s Development and Lifestyle Choices 3 units GEOG 2200 Geographer s Toolbox 3 units HONS 3500 Information Research Analysis 3 units open only to Honors Program KINS 1000 Health in Today s Society 3 units MDIS 1040 Seminar in First Year Experience 3 units MDIS 1200 The Stanislaus Seminar in First Year Experience 3 units NURS 2040 Better Health with Self Care 2 units and NURS 2042 Better Health with Self Care Activity 1 unit PSYC 1000 Sexual Behavior 3 units PSYC 2030 Psychology of Adjustment 3 units SOCL 2000 Intergenerational Experiences and Life Course Developments 3 units E2 Physical Education Activity KINS 1020 Yoga 1 unit KINS 1050 Jogging 1 unit KINS 1070 Judo 1 unit KINS 1100 T ai Chi Ch uan 1 unit KINS 1130 Lifetime Fitness Training 1 unit KINS 1230 Badminton 1 unit KINS 1330 Golf 1 unit KINS 1480 Tennis 1 unit KINS 1610 Swimming 1 unit KINS 1870 Volleyball 1 unit KINS 1960 Modern Jazz Dance 1 unit KINS 1965 Intermediate Modern Jazz Dance 1 unit KINS 1990 Dance Aerobics 1 unit Top of page Students will not be given upper division General Education credit for course work taken before Junior standing is attained completion of 60 semester units Students will not be given upper division General Education credit for course work in their major or concentration F Upper Division General Education Requirements 9 units minimum Choose one from each area F1 Natural Sciences and Mathematics ASTR 3000 Contemporary Astronomy 3 units BIOL 3000 Frontiers in Biology 3 units BIOL 3020 Introduction to Evolution 3 units BIOL 4050 Ecosystem Case Studies 3 units BIOL 4350 DNA The Code of Life 3 units BOTY 4000 Medicinal Plants and Herbs 3 units G CHEM 3070 The Chemicals in Your Life 3 units CHEM 3100 Environmental Chemistry 3 units CS 3500 Human Centered Design 3 units CS 4000 Personal Computing 3 units GEOL 3050 Environmental Geology 4 units GEOL 3500 Earthquakes and Volcanoes 3 units GEOL 3600 Physical Oceanography 3 units GEOL 4810 Development and Management of Water Resources 4 units HONS 3100 Methods of Inquiry in the Sciences 3 units MATH 3030 Geometry for Teachers 3 units MATH 3350 Applied Mathematical Models 3 units NSCI 3000 Science for Self Sufficiency 3 units PHSC 3500 Solar and Other Alternative Energies 3 units PHYS 3080 How Things Work 3 units PHYS 3520 Modern Physics and Quantum Mechanics 3 units PHYS 3550 Physics for War Physics for Peace 3 units One of two paired courses in the G E Summit Program War and Peace F2 Humanities ART 3605 Text and Image 3 units ART 3622 Documentary Videography 3 units ART 3640 Digital Photography 3 units ART 3700 Computer Art 3 units ART 4500 Art Museums and Society 3 units G ART 4525 Italian Renaissance Art 3 units ART 4535 Baroque Art 3 units ART 4545 Modern Art 1870 1945 3 units ART 4548 Global Modernisms 3 units G ART 4555 American Art 3 units ART 4562 Islamic Art 3 units G ENGL 3550 Years of War Days of Peace Post 1945 Literature and Film 3 units G One of two paired courses in the G E Summit Program War and Peace ENGL 3920 Survey of World Literature 3 units ENGL 3940 Multicultural American Literature 3 units G ENGL 3945 Multicultural California Literature 3 units G ENGL 4010 Introduction to Rhetoric 4 units ENGL 4530 Gender and Sexuality in Literature 3 units G ETHS 4150 Gender and Ethnicity in Children s Literature and Culture 3 units G FREN 3930 French Literature in Translation 3 units GEND 4150 Gender and Ethnicity in Children s Literature and Culture 3 units G GEND 4304 Women s Spirituality 3 units G GEND 4530 Gender and Sexuality in Literature 3 units G H ONS 3000 Intellectual Methods in the Humanities 3 units HUM 3000 Exploration in Humanities 3 units MUS 3400 American Music 3 units MUS 3410 History of Jazz 3 units PHIL 3010 Advanced Introduction to Philosophy 3 units PHIL 3050 Existentialism 3 units PHIL 4000 Philosophy Through Literature 3 units PHIL 4401 Professional Ethics 3 units PHIL 4430 Bioethics 3 units PHIL 4440 Business Ethics 3 units PHIL 4450 Eastern Philosophy Concepts Methods and Context 3 units G PORT 3930 Portuguese and Brazilian Literatures in Translation 3 units SPAN 3930 Spanish Latin American Literature in Translation 3 units SPAN 3970 Contemporary Latin American Prose in Translation 3 units THEA 3020 Children s Theatre 3 units THEA 4540 History of American Musical Theatre 3 units G THEA 4550 American Theatre 3 units G F3 Social Economic and Political Institutions and Human Behavior ACC 3005 Personal Financial Planning 3 units Not for Business majors AGST 3000 Agriculture Society and the Natural World 3 units ANTH 3000 Anthropology and Global Issues 3 units G ANTH 3010 The Great Discoveries 3 units ANTH 3030 The World on a Plate Humans and Food 3 units G ANTH 3060 Peoples and Cultures of the Amazon 3 units G ANTH 3070 Peoples and Cultures of Africa 3 units G ANTH 3080 Peoples and Cultures of the Caribbean 3 units G ANTH 3090 Peoples and Cultures of Latin America 3 units G ANTH 3105 Peoples and Cultures of the Pacific 3 units G ANTH 3106 Peoples and Cultures of Asia 3 units G ANTH 3560 On the Inka Road Survey

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/ARC/general-education-requirements (2016-02-15)
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  • Academic Disqualification & Reinstatement | California State University Stanislaus
    below a grade point average of 1 50 in all units attempted or in all units attempted at Stanislaus State Sophomore 30 through 59 completed units the student falls below a grade point average of 1 70 in all units attempted or in all units attempted at Stanislaus State Junior 60 through 89 completed units the student falls below a grade point average of 1 85 in all units attempted or in all units attempted at Stanislaus State Senior 90 or more completed units the student falls below a grade point average of 1 95 in all units attempted or in all units attempted at Stanislaus State Most students are disqualified due to their Stanislaus State GPA A student will only be reinstated once that GPA has improved to the level needed based on class standing A student seeking reinstatement must bring a Reinstatement Petition and any documentation necessary to prove an improved GPA to ARC for walk in advising An ARC advisor must meet with the student and review the documentation before the petition can be submitted This GPA calculator will help you recalculate your GPA A student who has not been enrolled at the University for one year

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/ARC/academic-disqualification-reinstatement (2016-02-15)
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  • General Education Petitions | California State University Stanislaus
    Life Giving Presidential Fund for 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 Student Affairs Advising Resource Center General Education Petitions General Education Petitions Students may petition for waiver or substitution of certain university wide academic requirements Also students may request a review of decisions affecting their academic status or petition university deadlines A petition form and instructions are available online The petition form as well as any supporting documentation is necessary in order for the advisor to properly assist the student A 10 processing payable at Cashiers will be charged Petitions Within The Major Department A request for waiver or substitution concerning a departmental major minor or other requirements should be directed to the appropriate department No processing fee is charged Printer friendly version Advising Resource Center Cranium Cafe FAQ Academic Disqualification Reinstatement Degree Roadmaps General Education Petitions General Education Requirements Major Exploration Pre Nursing Advising Remediation Undeclared Advising Additional Services Contact Information New Student Orientation Tutoring Center California State

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  • FAQ | California State University Stanislaus
    next semester lower and or upper division GE planning guide s unofficial transcript copies and a copy of his or her transfer evaluation transfer students only 3 When should I declare my major It is recommended that all students declare a major no later than attaining junior standing 60 completed units However it is very important to select a major as early as possible Careful planning and organization is needed to complete your degree in your desired timeline The academic advisors at the Advising Resource Center are available on a walk in basis to discuss your academic goals and to assist you in declaring a major 4 How do I change my major Students who would like to change or declare a major must complete the Declaration or Change of Degree Objective form Turn the completed form in to the Enrollment Services Office Click to view Stanislaus State Majors and Minors 5 When should I apply for graduation Students are recommended to submit an application for graduation to the Enrollment Services Office when two semesters remain to complete requirements for the degree or when a minimum of 90 units has been earned toward completion of the degree 6 When can I start taking Upper Division courses For Upper Division General Education credit courses may be taken no earlier than the term in which upper division status completion of 60 semester units is attained If a student takes Upper Division General Education courses before completing 60 units credits will count as elective units For upper division courses in a major first seek advising from your major department For most upper division major courses students need only to meet prerequisites or obtain instructor approval 7 What is the credit no credit option how many of these can I take You may elect

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  • Advising Resource Center
    a welcoming caring non judgmental diverse learning focused environment and support the mission by demonstrating excellence in the knowledge skills and values we bring to advising Additional Services For more information on these services click here 1 Career Services 2 Educational Opportunity Program 3 Parents Program 4 Promise Scholars 5 6 Veterans Affairs 7 How We Can Help You Advisors are available for currently attending or returning Stanislaus State undergraduates We can help you with General Education 8 Graduation Requirements Academic Disqualification Reinstatement 9 Remediation Disqualification 9 Major Exploration help for undeclared undecided students Undeclared Pre nursing Advising Class registration University policies and procedures General Education Petitions 10 Walk In Advising Brief 10 15 minute advising sessions with an academic advisor Academic Year Monday Thursday 8 30 am 4 00 pm Summer Monday Thursday 8 00 am 3 00 pm See our FAQ s 11 for more information about typical walk in questions Also the Lower Division 12 pdf and Upper Division 13 pdf General Education GE Requirement planning guides are helpful in tracking your GE progress Major Advising If you are in need of advising specific to your MAJOR please contact your major 14 department 14 Returning Students If you have attended Stanislaus in the past and you have attended other institutions since you were last here bring copies of those transcripts if you have them even unofficial ones Others If you have never attended Stanislaus but have been formally admitted for an upcoming semester you will need to attend New Student Orientation NSO before you may speak with one of our advisors After attending NSO you are welcome to meet with an advisor in ARC If you have never attended Stanislaus and have not been formally admitted to the university please contact our Outreach 15 department California State

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/ARC (2016-02-15)
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