The Office of Institutional Research together with the Communications and Public Affairs Office have developed Stanislaus State FACTS to provide the campus community with pertinent information about the University. Data are presented for the Fall term (unless otherwise noted).
- Stanislaus State FACTS Fall 2012.pdf
- Stanislaus State FACTS Fall 2011.pdf
- Stanislaus State FACTS Fall 2010.pdf
- Stanislaus State FACTS Fall 2009.pdf
- Stanislaus State FACTS Fall 2008.pdf
Quick Facts about our University
Located in the heart of California's Central Valley, Stanislaus State is part of the California State University system and was established in 1957 in Turlock, California. Stanislaus State is a public university that offers over 100 majors, minors, concentrations and teaching credentials, 24 master's degree programs and six graduate certificate programs as well as an Executive MBA and a doctoral degree program in Education Leadership. Stanislaus State has been rated in the top 10 public universities in the new West Coast Master's category by U.S. News & World Report magazine as well as a best buy in higher education for the past seven years. Stanislaus State's vision is to: strives to become a major center of learning, intellectual pursuit, artistic excellence and cultural engagement for California's greater Central Valley and beyond. We will serve our diverse student body, communities and state by creating programs, partnerships and leaders that respond effectively to an evolving and interconnected world.
Other Stanislaus State Facts
- Stanislaus State At A Glance
- Stanislaus State Point of Pride
- What's Happening with Student Success on Campus? (Publications and data from the Student Success Committee)
- University Police Department/ Public Safety Campus Crime Statistics â Annual Campus Security Report
- Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Publications and Reports
- University's Annual Report