Student success means improving graduation rates and ensuring more students get a degree sooner.
Student success means reducing the number of students who drop out of college before graduating.
Student success means making college more affordable to more Californians.
Student success means helping more prospective students understand what it takes to earn their degree.
What is the California State University doing to close the achievement gap and graduate more students sooner?
Ensuring the success of the CSU’s students means helping them avoid food and housing insecurity and supporting their needs beyond academics.
The CSU is investigating a recommendation that would require incoming high school students, beginning with the entering freshman class of 2027, to complete one year of quantitative reasoning.
The program, available at 14 campuses, supports the higher education and successful reintegration of formerly incarcerated individuals wishing to enroll and succeed at the California State University.
Our remarkable students, faculty and alumni are living proof of the transformative impact of the California State University. Here are their stories.
At every campus, students and faculty are demonstrating innovative work in the classroom, the community and throughout California.