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CSU Stanislaus

CSU Stanislaus serves a diverse, growing student body with programs in the arts, letters, sciences, teacher education and business. The Human Resource Management program has the nationís top student testing success rate. Partnership programs in nursing, business and agriculture help meet regional workforce needs, while Global Affairs collaborations offer students opportunities to study abroad. A student residence/dining facility expansion that doubled on-campus housing capacity opened in fall 2004, and construction has started on a new state-of-the art science building.

 

High Magnitude Economic Impact

 

CSU Stanislaus' Annual Spending chart

 

 

 

 

 

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Fact Sheet 984 KB

Stanislaus Powerpoint 541 KB

Statewide Powerpoint 798 KB

 

CSU Stanislausí annual impact on the San Joaquin Valley region is enormous. Annual spending related to CSU Stanislaus in the northern San Joaquin Valley region ($145 million) generates a total impact of $258 million on the regional economy. This impact sustains more than 5,000 jobs in the region, and generates more than $13 million per year in tax revenue. Even greater—$354 million of the earnings by alumni from CSU Stanislaus are attributable to their CSU degrees.

 

CSU Stanislaus improves Californiaís economy with research, education, and an entrepreneurial spirit. CSU Stanislausí new four-year pre-licensure nursing program is helping to meet the need for qualified nursing graduates throughout the state. In addition, the university is a partner in the Rural Cooperative Masterís and Post-Masterís Family Nurse Practitioner Program that combines resources of several CSU nursing departments to increase the number of clinic, urgent care and emergency room nursing graduates.

 

 

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Marge Grey

(562) 951-4657

mgrey@calstate.edu

 

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Last Updated: April 27, 2005