CSU Stanislaus

Established in 1960

Welcome to CSU Stanislaus

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.

About the University

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Admission Requirements

1. Submit a completed application

2. Be a high school graduate or be a future high school graduate

3. Have all A-G requirements completed

4. Have qualifiable eligibility index

Financial Aid

The Financial Aid and Scholarship Office administers Federal and State financial aid programs and University scholarship funds available to help students meet their educational expenses. New students should review the Financial Aid information on this website and in the CSU Admission Application booklet as well as the course catalog on our website for information on tuition fee and Financial Aid.

Academics

Select from the wide array of majors we offer. While we're well known for our Business Administration, Teacher Education, and Nursing programs, we have 41 undergraduate programs, 23 masters programs, a doctor of education program, six graduate certificate programs, and a seven school credential programs.

Athletics

Stanislaus State is a member of the NCAA Division II and fields 14 men’s and women’s athletics teams in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Our teams consistently compete for conference and national championships while maintaining high academic standards for our student-athletes.

The sports that are offered include:

Basketball

Cross-Country

Track

Soccer

Baseball/Softball

Boys Golf

Girls Volleyball

Girls Tennis

Clubs

There are over 60 clubs and organizations that are active on campus. The various clubs and organizations range from political, pre-professional, social, fraternities & sororities, cultural, religious, and a great deal more! Some of the membership benefits of being involved with a student-run organization are civic engagement, friendships, mentoring, networking, academic & character development, self-governance and other aspects that support student success.

Is This School For Me?

I think that this school is for me because it is known for Business and that's the major that I want to go in for. Also this school is very lose to home and it is very affordable. The location of this university is only twenty minutes away. This would make it very easy for me to go to school and come back home. It will also be easy to have a job because I can pretty much work in Turlock or drive back to Livingston and work here. This school would also be easy to get around because it's a big school but not as big as other schools. Finally this school would be good for me because I will probably see students that I already know which will make it easy too.