The California State University (CSU) Chancellor's Doctoral Incentive Program (CDIP) offers financial loans and mentoring opportunities to promising doctoral students who aspire to become CSU instructional faculty. Since 1987, CDIP has loaned $49 million to 2,081 doctoral students. More than half of CDIP scholars have obtained faculty positions at a CSU campus.
Disability Resource Services’ (DRS) goal is to provide services and support to ensure students are able to access and participate in all of the opportunities available at our institution. In keeping with this objective, students are expected and encouraged to utilize the resources of the office to the degree they determine necessary.
EOP is an admission-based program that increases access, academic excellence, and retention of California's historically underserved low-income, first-generation college students. The EOP program is a crucial part of the overall mission of the university. EOP provides an array of support services including Summer Bridge, Promise Scholars, and developmental academic advising.
The mission of the Faculty Mentor Program is to encourage faculty-student interaction outside the classroom through mentoring relationships that improve academic achievement, increase student retention rates, and improve the graduation rates of educationally disadvantaged students.
The LGBTQ+ Mentor Program Seeks to Connect LGBTQ+ Students with LGBTQ+ Faculty and Staff to provide support to students who are out on campus, in the process of coming out, or who feel they are unable to come out. This program helps LGBTQ+ students connect to the larger LGBTQ+ community, both here at Stan State and in the surrounding communities.
The PEER Project of Stanislaus State creates prevention and education-related activities to eliminate the stigma associated with mental health issues and reduce risk of student suicide. It is their mission to empower students to recognize and support individuals who are at risk on our campus.
The program provides a variety of academic and retention services that assist with adjusting to the university environment, developing coping skills needed to succeed academically, creating educational plans of study, applying to graduate school programs, and making timely progress to graduation.
Veterans Affairs Office is committed to helping the student military student be successful. Veterans, active duty, and military-connected family members are the foundation of our community. Providing timely and responsive support is our primary mission.
Updated: April 27, 2023