CSU Stanislaus

California State University|Est. 1957

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Welcome to CSU Stanislaus

California State University, Stanislaus was established in 1957 in Turlock, Ca. as the twenty-third school in the CSU system. It is a public institution that offers over 100 majors and minors, along with 24 master's degree programs and a PhD in educational leadership. These courses are being taken advantage of by about 9,000 students who attend, 65 percent of them being and 35 percent of them being men.

About the University

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Admission Requirements

  1. Complete A-G requirements while in high school.
  2. Have a qualifiable eligibility index.
  3. Take SAT or ACT.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid is offered to all students who meet certain requirements.. There are different requirements due to the different programs that offer help. Financial Aid is meant to help students meet their educational expenses and earn a degree.


  • Known for Business Administration, Teacher Education, Nursing programs
  • 41 undergraduate programs
  • 23 master's programs
  • PhD in education
  • 6 graduate certificate programs
  • 7 school credential programs
  • more than 1,000 courses
Students may obtain a major or a minor in:
  • Psychology
  • Criminal Justice
  • Child Development
  • Theatre
  • Nursing
  • English
  • History

Student Life

Fraternities & Sororities Clubs

  • Nu Alpha Kappa
  • Tau Kappa Epsilon
  • Theta Chi
  • Kappa SIgma
  • Phi Mu Alpha
  • Omega Nu Omega (Co-Ed)
  • College Panhellenic Association
  • Alpha Xi Delta
  • Phi Sigma Sigma
  • Phi Mu
  • Sigma Alpha Iota International Music
  • Alpha Pi Sigma
  • Delta Phi Gamma
  • Lambda Sigma Gamma
  • Phi Lambda Rho
  • Sigma Omega Phi, Multicultural Inc.
  • Upsilon Kappa Delta


  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Tennis
  • Track & Field (indoor & outdoor)
  • Volleyball


Clubs Include:

  • Accounting Society
  • Anthropology Club
  • Art Club
  • Asian Pacific Islander Club
  • Biology Student Association
  • ASBSN Student Nurses Association




  • single or triple occupancy


  • single or double occupancy

Amenities include:
  • study rooms
  • TV lounge
  • laundry facility
  • swimming pools

Contact Information

Is This School for Me?

Even after all the time I've had to decide if this school is for me, I am still not sure whether it is or not. This is because I am yet to decide on a major. If this is the case, why would I want to spend more money than necessary to complete my General Education Courses when I could complete them at a community college for a more affordable price instead? I might decide to major in something CSU Stanislaus does not have, and I would have resulted in investing money in a school that does not even have my desired major. I will soon figure out what it is that I want to major in; I will then decide whether this school is for me or not.