Division of University Advancement
California State University Stanislaus
One University Circle
Turlock, California 95382
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Mary Stuart Rogers Educational
Services Gateway Building
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Office Suite: MSR 300 - See Map
Phone: (209) 667-3131
FAX: (209) 667-3026
Business Administration Major
Jeffery Fuller, a CSU Stanislaus President’s Scholar, graduated from Golden Valley High School in Merced, and is currently majoring in Business Administration. He has participated in the Greater Merced Chamber of Commerce Junior Leadership program and completed volunteer work with church youth groups in Newman.
Fuller hopes to one day own and manage a business in the Central Valley after completing his education. He firmly believes that the President’s Scholar Program “is a great way of keeping some of the best students in the area from going elsewhere for their education” and looks forward to experiencing all that CSU Stanislaus has to offer.
“The President’s Scholar program has had a profound effect on my college experience. The program allows me to live on campus, whereas I otherwise might have commuted to a CSU to save money. I have given my full concentration to my schoolwork because I want to stay in the program throughout my stay at Stanislaus. As a result of the President’s Scholar program, I plan to follow up my bachelor’s with an M.B.A.”
President’s Scholars Must Have...A 3.80 GPA. A 1,350 SAT score when entering CSU Stanislaus as freshmen. To retain their scholarship, they must maintain a minimum 3.50 GPA and complete a minimum of 30 credit hours per academic year.
Political Science Major
Chloe Minor graduated from Pitman High School in Turlock and currently attends CSU Stanislaus as a Political Science major and Provost Scholar. She has worked in The Modesto Bee’s Teens-In-The-Newsroom Program, has been the chief editor of the newspaper at her high school, and has an avid interest in journalism and politics.
One of Chloe’s primary goals for the future is “to become a district attorney, and possibly, to become a judge” and she looks forward to continuing her education at CSU Stanislaus thanks to the generous donors who have contributed to the Provost Scholarship Program.
“The Provost Scholar’s program has had a significant impact on my college experience so far. My tuition and books are covered each semester, and my parents have not needed to help me pay for school since I received this scholarship. I consider myself to be very fortunate, and I’m very grateful that, unlike many college students my age, I don’t have to work two or three jobs to pay for my undergraduate education.”
Provost Scholars Must Have... A 3.50 GPA. 1,250 SAT when entering CSU Stanislaus as Freshmen. To retain their scholarship, they must maintain a 3.30 GPA and complete at least 30 credit hours per academic year.