Alumni News October 2013 Edition

President Outlines Vision; Investiture Planned

President Joseph F. Sheley gave his annual address to the campus community at CSU Stanislaus on Aug. 26, laying the blueprint for a new culture of pride and advocacy with a clear focus on student success, a call for increased regional partnerships and a commitment to the fundamental skill of writing.

In his first annual address since his appointment as president by the CSU Board of Trustees in May, Sheley renewed his call for advocacy on behalf of CSU Stanislaus from those on campus and throughout the region. Advocacy will be especially important, he said, as the university continues to fight for funding to increase enrollment each year and provide access to higher education for more of the region's students.


University Adds to Growing List of Accolades

CSU Stanislaus has again been recognized among the top colleges and universities in the nation, earning a place in the Princeton Review's "The Best 378 Colleges: 2014 Edition."

The university has also garnered additional national recognition of late, with rankings and designations that speak to the university's overall quality, affordability and value, and friendliness to the military and veterans.Read More >> Sea of Warrior Red at Turlock Farmers Market

Food, music, games and a sea of red shirts -- Warrior spirit flooded downtown Turlock last month, when the Turlock Farmers Market hosted CSU Stanislaus Night.

More than a dozen university booths lined the block to showcase many of the programs and activities CSU Stanislaus has to offer. The event was also a chance to solidify the university's commitment to and partnership with the community.Read More >>

University Making a Difference in Stockton

Through efforts both large and small, both formal and informal, CSU Stanislaus is making a positive impact in the Stockton area.