Stanislaus State University
Name of the Institution: Stanislaus State University
Location: Turlock, California, United States of America
Undergraduate and Graduate Programs
Highlights about the institution:
California State University, Stanislaus serves a diverse student body of more than 9,000. Widely recognized for its dedicated faculty and high-quality academic programs, the University offers more than 100 majors, minors and areas of concentration, along with 24 master’s degree programs and a doctorate in educational leadership. The University opened as Stanislaus State College in 1960, with a faculty of 15 and fewer than 800 students, at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds in Turlock. The institution moved to its current location in 1965, gained university status and its present name in 1986, and opened its Stockton Center in 1998.
Stanislaus State is part of the California State University, a 23-campus system across California. With more than 400,000 students, it is the largest, the most diverse, and one of the most affordable university systems in the country. Its campuses emphasize access to quality public higher education and workforce preparation that is responsive to regional needs. 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. They will serve their diverse student body, communities and state by creating programs, partnerships and leaders that respond effectively to an evolving and interconnected world.
College of Business Administration
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Science
College of Education, Kinesiology and Social Work
Central Valley a beautiful 228-acre campus in Turlock and the Stockton Center, located in the city’s historic Magnolia District.
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