TURLOCK – Cal State Stanislaus is extending a warm welcome to over 3,000 resilient Warriors who are embarking on their educational journeys for the fall semester of 2023; and included amongst those few thousand is a handful students from local towns.
These new students are encompassing a vibrant tapestry of first-time and transfer scholars, both full-time and part-time, who have chosen to embark on their undergraduate and graduate pursuits. From local Fresno County communities, five promising individuals include:
Aaliyah Twing of Dinuba
Donald Sherman of Fowler
Serena Gutierrez of Dinuba
Jacob Diaz of Reedley
With a steadfast commitment to academic excellence and a dedication to nurturing the aspirations of its students, Cal State Stanislaus stands as a beacon of opportunity in the heart of the Central Valley, according to a news release from the university. Spanning across a picturesque 228-acre campus in Turlock and the thriving Stockton Campus nestled within the historic Magnolia District, the university’s impact extends far and wide.
Distinguished by its esteemed faculty and a diverse array of high-caliber academic programs, the university boasts 43 majors, 41 minors and over 100 specialized areas of focus. Additionally, it offers a comprehensive selection of 16 master’s degree programs, seven credential programs and a doctoral program in educational leadership.
As these new Warriors embark on their educational odyssey, may they find inspiration, wisdom and boundless opportunities that lie ahead at California State University, Stanislaus.