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CSU Recognizes 23 Outstanding Student Scholars

The California State University has selected 23 students, one from each campus, to receive the 2017 CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement. The CSU Board of Trustees will honor the scholars on September 19 at the CSU Office of the Chancellor.

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Line of students at graduation 2017

Now It’s Easier Than Ever to Apply for EOP

If you want to be considered for the Educational Opportunity Program, which has helped thousands of low-income students at the CSU, read on to learn how to complete the EOP application when applying for admission.

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Studetns wait in line to register for classes at CSU East Bay in 1959 when it was still Alameda State.

CSU Campuses Celebrate Milestone Anniversaries

The history of the CSU dates back to 1857 when the state established its first higher education institute. This year, several universities have organized activities to celebrate their achievements as they approach milestone anniversaries.

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Fall Convocations Highlight Plans to Strengthen Advising

CSU presidents welcomed the beginning of a new academic year by addressing campus faculty, staff and students in a traditional formal ceremony called a convocation — outlining goals, celebrating accomplishments and focusing on the future.

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Students at San Francisco State Commencement

CSU Tops Washington Monthly Rankings

California State University campuses rank among the nation’s best universities when it comes to serving the public good and providing students with opportunities to increase social mobility, according to rankings released by Washington Monthly August 28.

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CSU Bakersfield President Horace Mitchell to Retire

During his annual University Day address to the campus community, California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) president Horace Mitchell announced that he will retire at the end of the 2017-18 academic year, effective June 30, 2018.

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CSU Statement on 2017-18 State Budget

The following statement can be attributed to California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White: The increase in funding is a further step in the right direction and will result in additional students accessing and graduating from the CSU.

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CSU Recognizes 23 Outstanding Student Scholars

The California State University has selected 23 students, one from each campus, to receive the 2017 CSU Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement. The CSU Board of Trustees will honor the scholars on September 19 at the CSU Office of the Chancellor.

more >>

Line of students at graduation 2017

Now It’s Easier Than Ever to Apply for EOP

If you want to be considered for the Educational Opportunity Program, which has helped thousands of low-income students at the CSU, read on to learn how to complete the EOP application when applying for admission.

more >>

Studetns wait in line to register for classes at CSU East Bay in 1959 when it was still Alameda State.

CSU Campuses Celebrate Milestone Anniversaries

The history of the CSU dates back to 1857 when the state established its first higher education institute. This year, several universities have organized activities to celebrate their achievements as they approach milestone anniversaries.

more >>

Fall Convocations Highlight Plans to Strengthen Advising

CSU presidents welcomed the beginning of a new academic year by addressing campus faculty, staff and students in a traditional formal ceremony called a convocation — outlining goals, celebrating accomplishments and focusing on the future.

more >>

Students at San Francisco State Commencement

CSU Tops Washington Monthly Rankings

California State University campuses rank among the nation’s best universities when it comes to serving the public good and providing students with opportunities to increase social mobility, according to rankings released by Washington Monthly August 28.

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What You Need to Know about CSU General Education

The CSU has updated general education (GE) requirements, giving students more flexibility in completing their bachelor’s degrees and more opportunities to acquire mathematical and quantitative reasoning skills relevant to their majors and future careers.

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Renaissance Scholars receive school supplies at Fresno State

A Good Cause for Students Goes Viral

Fresno State’s Renaissance Scholars program is in the spotlight thanks to an emotional video showcasing the group’s work with foster youth and students experiencing homelessness.

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