Top Ranked College in California to Consider

California State University, Stanislaus has been recognized as one of
the Best 371 Colleges by The Princeton Review. CSU Stanislaus is also
one of America's Best Value Colleges and consistently earns honors for
being a best buy in higher education.

CSU Stanislaus offers 41 undergraduate majors, 24 master's degree
programs, seven post-baccalaureate credential programs, five graduate
certificate programs, and one doctorate within six colleges: The Arts,
Humanities and Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Human and Health
Sciences, Business Administration, and Education.

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An Acclaimed Academic Environment
CSU Stanislaus 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. CSU campuses emphasize access to quality public
higher education and workforce preparation that is responsive to
regional needs.

In addition to high rankings in the Princeton Review and on U.S. News &
World Report's annual college edition, CSU Stanislaus consistently
receives high ratings from the Western Association of Schools and
Colleges (WASC) and recognition in Hispanic Outlook magazine. It is
noted for personalized education, small class sizes, and low percentage
of student debt upon graduation. The highly accessible faculty is
renowned for teaching, research and service. The diverse student body of
nearly 9,000 students includes many first-generation college students
and working parents.

A Great Opportunity for Non-Residents
CSU Stanislaus is a member of the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)
program, giving students from outside of California a valuable
opportunity to participate in California's top-notch public university
system. The WUE is a part of the Western Interstate Commission for
Higher Education (WICHE). Through WUE, students in Arizona, Montana,
Oregon, Alaska, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Washington, Hawaii,
South/North Dakota, Wyoming, and Idaho may enroll at CSU Stanislaus at a
reduced tuition level: 150 percent of in-state resident tuition. WUE
tuition is considerably less than nonresident tuition.

Student Activities
CSU Stanislaus sponsors nearly 80 student groups, including
professional, recreational, religious, cultural, and Greek
organizations. The CSU Stanislaus Warriors compete in 14 men's and
women's athletic teams at the Division II level of the National
Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA).

The Associated Students, Incorporated (ASI) is CSU Stanislaus' student
government. ASI organizes popular intramural sports leagues, community
wellness programs, and university spirit events. The University Student
Union, run by students for students, brings the campus community
together and includes the Student Union Board of Directors, Union
Program Board, Outdoor Adventure Program, Indoor Adventure Program, and
Multicultural Events.

Campus and Residential Life
Established in 1957, CSU Stanislaus in Turlock blends modern facilities
with the pastoral charm of the countryside. The beautiful 228-acre
campus is located in the heart of California's Central Valley, in a
community that prides itself on its small-town atmosphere and low crime
rate. The CSU Stanislaus-Stockton Center, 40 miles north of Turlock, is
a 102-acre facility that extends the University's academic programs to
students in San Joaquin County.

CSU Stanislaus' residential community, The Village, lets students
immerse themselves in all aspects of the university experience.
Residents enjoy rooms that provide more space, as well as a higher level
of privacy, than can be found within most on-campus living communities.
The freshman housing community offers three styles of lodging (single
suites, double suites, and apartments), while upper division residents
enjoy apartment-style accommodations.

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