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California State University Stanislaus

None, United States
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Student population Medium
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Institution type Public

About California State University Stanislaus

California State University, Stanislaus serves a differing students group of more than 9,000 at two areas in the Central Valley — an excellent 228-section of land grounds in Turlock and the Stockton Center, situated in the city's memorable Magnolia District. Broadly perceived for its committed staff and top notch scholarly projects, the University offers more than 100 majors, minors and regions of fixation, alongside 24 graduate degree projects and a doctorate in instructive administration.

Campus information

  • 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 
    • 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
    • provides one-stop student services, including enrollment, advising, counseling, and career development, and several administrative offices.
  • The John Stuart Rogers Faculty Development Center
    • 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
    • provides the ideal acoustical showcase for student, faculty and guest talent.
  • The Nora and Hashem Naraghi Hall of Science
    • offers state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories, plus a new observatory, animal care facility and greenhouse.\
  • The University Bookstore
    • is the first separate building for the bookstore in the nearly 50-year history of the University. Designed by internationally-known architect Thomas Gordon Smith, it features an impressive octagonal entry tower and basilican form.

Highway 99

  • Exit at Monte Vista Avenue and drive east (towards Turlock).
  • Follow Monte Vista to University Circle (5th stop light - approximately 1.5 miles).
  • Turn left (north) and follow University Circle to the end of the Reflecting Pond.
  • Guest Parking is available

North Sacramento

  • Take Highway 99 south past Stockton and Modesto.
  • Exit onto Monte Vista Avenue going east (turn left at bottom of exit ramp).
  • Follow Monte Vista to University Circle (5th stop light - approximately 1.5 miles).
  • Turn left (north) and follow University Circle to the end of the Reflecting Pond.
  • Guest Parking is available

South Fresno

  • Take Highway 99 north past most of the Turlock exits.
  • Exit onto Monte Vista Avenue going east (turn right at bottom of exit ramp).
  • Follow Monte Vista to University Circle (5th stop light - approximately 1.5 miles).
  • Turn left (north) and follow University Circle to the end of the Reflecting Pond.
  • Guest Parking is available

Bay Area

  • Follow Interstate 580 east.
  • Exit onto Interstate 205 east towards Stockton (for 13 miles).
  • Take Interstate 5 north for less than one mile.
  • Take Highway 120 east towards Manteca/Modesto (for 6 miles)
  • Take Highway 99 south towards Fresno/Modesto (for 24 miles).
  • Exit Free way ramp left onto Monte Vista Avenue going east.
  • Follow Monte Vista to University Circle (5th stop light - approximately 1.5 miles).
  • Turn left (north) and follow University Circle to the end of the Reflecting Pond.
  • Guest Parking is available

Accommodation

The Residential Life Village is centrally located on campus, near the University Union, dining hall, classrooms, laboratories, computer rooms, and library. Students may choose from a variety of living arrangements; there are four-bedroom apartments and two- and four-bedroom suites.

Each suite or apartment has a living room, bathroom, and one,  two or three-person bedrooms; balconies overlook a central courtyard. Apartments also include a full kitchen. The Village is designed to provide a sociable and supportive living community with privacy and security for 700 residents.  

Amenities include:

  • Study rooms
  • TV lounge
  • Recreation room
  • Laundry facility
  • Computer lab
  • Swimming pools
  • Covered bike storage
  • Outdoor basketball courts
  • Volleyball court
  • Dining facility

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Courses available 10

Agriculture & Related Subjects 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 2 Business and Management 2 Education and Teaching 1 Health and Medicine 3 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 2 MBA 1

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