Fast Facts

The purpose of the fast facts is to provide a "snapshot" of institutional data including information about the University history, census-date student enrollments and demographics, degrees awarded, educational programs, and faculty and staff population.

Academic Programs

Stanislaus State is comprised of four colleges offering 43 undergraduate major programs, 41 undergraduate minor programs, 15 master's programs, one doctoral program, and seven credential programs. Students are encouraged to take courses to give them a broad understanding of the liberal arts and sciences in their first two years so they can make an informed choice of specialization.

Headcount and Full-Time Equivalent Students Enrollment (Fall 2017)
  HC FTES
Undergraduate 8,888 7,654
Graduates/Postbaccalaureate 1,115 867
      Master's 647 499
      Credential 391 320
      All Other
      Postbaccalaureates
40 28
      Doctorate 37 20
TOTAL 10,003 8,521
Degrees Awarded
(Fall 2017)
Bachelor's 2,006
Master's 314
Doctorate 14
TOTAL 2,334
Applications & Admissions (Fall 2017)
Applied 13,656
Admitted 9,654
Enrolled 3,040
Most Popular Bachelor Degree Programs (Fall 2017)
BS Business Administration 1,546 (32.6%)
BA Psychology 1,062 (22.4%)
BA Liberal Studies 726 (15.3%)
BA/BS Biological Sciences 713 (15.1%)
BA Criminal Justice 690 (14.6%)
Work Force (Fall 2017)
Instructional Faculty 632
Staff 567
TOTAL 1,199
Acreage
Main campus 228
Stockton Center 102
Institutional Finances
Market value of total endowment (June 2017) Over $13.5 Million
Student-to-Faculty Ratio (Fall 2017)
20.8:1
Graduation Rate for Full-Time First-Time Freshmen (Fall 2011 cohort graduating within 6 years)
53%
4-Year Average Student-Right-To-Know Graduation Rate for Full-Time First-Time Freshmen (Fall 2008-2011 cohorts graduating within 6 years)
54.5%
One-Year Retention Rate for Full-Time First-Time Freshmen (Fall 2016 Cohort)
81%
Most Popular Graduate Degree Programs (Fall 2017)
MA Education 213 (43%)
MSW Social Work 138 (28%)
MBA Business Administration 60 (12%)
MPA Public Administration 55 (11%)
EDD Educational Leadership 32 (6%)
Headcount by Race/Ethnicity (Fall 2017)
American Indian or Alaskan Native 36 (0.4%)
Asian 946 (9.5%)
Black or African American 230 (2.3%)
Hispanic or Latino 5,140 (51.4%)
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 53 (0.5%)
Nonresident Alien 365 (3.6%)
Unknown 361 (3.6%)
Two or more races 517 (5.2%)
White 2,355 (23.5%)
Gender (Fall 2017)
Women 6,646
Men 3,357
Average Age
First-Time Freshmen 18
Undergraduate 23
Graduate/Postbaccalaureate 31
Overall 24