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California State University Stanislaus. Warrior Facts for Fall 2009  Enrollment (Fall 2008): 8,600  First Time Freshmen (Fall 2008): 966  First year.

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1 California State University Stanislaus

2 Warrior Facts for Fall 2009  Enrollment (Fall 2008): 8,600  First Time Freshmen (Fall 2008): 966  First year student retention rate: 82%  Princeton Review:  CSU Stanislaus - 1 of the “Best 371 Colleges in the Nation” and 1 of “America’s Best Value Colleges”  Average student admitted (Fall 2008)  SAT :  Average GPA: 3.22

3 Admissions for Freshmen Fall 2010 Apply during the priority application period of October 1 – November 30 Students should take SAT or ACT no later than December 2009 Declare intent to enroll no later than May 1 EPT/ELM taken no later than June 2010 To be considered EOP applicants, supplemental documents should be received no later than March 2 Final transcripts need to be received no later than June 30, 2010 The focus is on you!

4 Admissions for Transfers Fall 2010 Apply during priority application period, October 1-November 30, 2009 Golden 4 courses need to be completed with a C or better no later than Spring 2010 First set of transcripts submitted no later than January 2010 Final transcripts need to be submitted no later than July 30, 2010

5 Our 6 Colleges College of the Arts * Partnerships with the Gallo Center for the Arts, The Townsend Opera Players, The Turlock Arts Commission, and both galleries and museums in San Francisco offer our student the opportunity to showcase in professional venues. College of Business Administration * AACSB-International Accreditation -- only 1/3 of business schools worldwide receive this accreditation College of Education * 89% of our Liberal Studies students pass the CSET (California Subject Examination for Teachers) in their first sitting

6 College of Human & Health Sciences * National accreditation has been granted to the Nursing program, Psychology department, and the Social Work program. College of Humanities & Social Sciences * The Ronald McNair Scholars program allows our students to prepare for graduate studies at the PhD Level College of Natural Science * Home to the Endangered Species Recovery Program, a cooperative program with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to facilitate endangered species recovery College of Human & Health Sciences * National accreditation has been granted to the Nursing program, Psychology department, and the Social Work program. College of Humanities & Social Sciences * The Ronald McNair Scholars program allows our students to prepare for graduate studies at the PhD Level College of Natural Science * Home to the Endangered Species Recovery Program, a cooperative program with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to facilitate endangered species recovery Our 6 Colleges

7 President’s Scholar Program President’s Scholarship ($12,500)-Limited Availability For 2010 high school graduates enrolling at CSU Stanislaus Fall 2010 Applicants for this scholarship must have a minimum 3.80 grade point average and 1350 SAT** or 30 ACT Must apply for this scholarship by March 2, 2010 Must apply for admission to CSU Stan and be accepted by the deadline of March 2, 2010 Recipients receive acceptance into University Honors Program Provost’s Scholarship ($3,500)-Limited Availability For 2010 high school graduates enrolling at CSU Stanislaus for Fall 2010 Applicants for this scholarship must have a minimum 3.50 grade point average and 1250 SAT** or 28 ACT Must apply for this scholarship by March 2, 2010 Must apply for admission to CSU Stan and be accepted by the deadline of March 2, 2010 Eligible applicants not selected for the President’s Scholar awards will automatically be considered for the Provost’s Scholar awards Recipients receive priority candidacy for the University Honors Program

8 We make you The Village is a gated community, housing over 650 students in fully furnished suites and apartments. On-site facilities include: ● Computer lab ● Swimming pools & spa ● Basketball courts ● Fitness room ● Sand volleyball court ● TV lounge ● Game room ● Coinless laundry rooms Village Varsity Peer Mentor Program Village Council Resident Program Board

9 Not Your Average College Experience Friday Night Warriors Weekend Warriors Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Village Programming Warrior Day Student Leadership Program Leadership training in the community and beyond

10 We play hard! Men Basketball Soccer Cross Country Track & Field Baseball Golf (M) Women Basketball Soccer Cross Country Indoor Track Track & Field Softball Volleyball TennisMen Basketball Soccer Cross Country Track & Field Baseball Golf (M) Women Basketball Soccer Cross Country Indoor Track Track & Field Softball Volleyball Tennis NCAA Division II

11 Preview Day Saturday, October 17, 2009 Stanislaus Express Saturday, March 20, 2010 Warrior Welcomes TBA-March & April 2010 Save the Date

12 Individual and group tours by appointment: (209) or or 1(800) Questions? Contact us at: Undergraduate Admissions (209) or 1(800) Visit Warrior Territory


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