Aug 06, 2020  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Academic Catalog

Campus Life and Student Engagement


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The University provides services to address a student’s need for social, cultural, and recreational activities. A fuller description of services may be obtained from the offices listed in this section.

Associated Students, Inc.

University Student Center - First Floor, (209) 667-3833
www.csustan.edu/asi-sc

Associated Students, Inc., (ASI) is the student government for the University. As the official voice of the students, its mission is to provide and fund a wide-range of high-quality programs and services to support student life, student success and instill a sense of campus pride. ASI provides resources and programs that encourage leadership development as well as broaden social, educational, political and emotional growth.

ASI offers the following programs and services: Student GovernmentWarrior Lobby Team, First Year Leadership Experience, Student Government Leadership Council, Student Resource Assistant, Warrior Discounter, Turlock Transit, Student Organization Funding, Warriors Giving Back, Warrior Merchandise and Marketing Design and Print Services.

Additionally, ASI funds and sponsors a portion of Code Red Entertainment - an organization centered on programming and events for students. These groups plan and execute some of the University’s largest campus and community events including Stan Week, Warrior Day Festival and Homecoming.

For more information on Associated Students, Inc. please visit, https://www.csustan.edu/asi-sc or contact ASI at (209) 667-3833.

Athletics (Intercollegiate)

Ed and Bertha Fitzpatrick Arena, (209) 667-3016
www.warriorathletics.com

The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics sponsors 14 men’s and women’s teams that compete at the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) Division II level. Under the leadership of the Director of Athletics and outstanding coaches, the Department has consistently competed at the highest level among members of the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA).

Successes include 2014, 2015, 2017 CCAA Championships in men’s Golf; 2014 West Region Championship in women’s soccer; 2014 National Champion in women’s 1500m; 2014 CCAA championship in men’s basketball; 2013 CCAA championship in women’s soccer; 2012 CCAA championship in men’s soccer; 2011 CCAA championship in women’s soccer; a 2009 national champion in men’s pole vault; a 2008 CCAA Championship and 2007 NCAA West Region championship in softball; a 2007 conference championship in men’s golf; and 1994 NCAC Championship and 4th place NCAA finish in men’s track & field. Stanislaus State has won 14 national team championships, and its student-athletes have claimed 24 national individual titles.

Fall sports include men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, and women’s volleyball. Winter sports include men’s and women’s basketball and women’s indoor track and field. Spring sports include baseball, men’s golf, softball, women’s tennis, and men’s and women’s outdoor track and field. All current Stanislaus State students, faculty and staff are admitted free for all home events with a valid campus ID.

Life Skills Program

Athletics Department - Ed and Bertha Fitzpatrick Arena, (209) 667-3016
www.warriorathletics.com

California State University, Stanislaus and Warrior Athletics became a member of the NCAA Life Skills Program in 2007-08.

The mission of the NCAA is to maintain intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of the campus educational program and the student-athlete as an integral part of the student body. With this in mind, the Life Skills Program was created to support the student-athlete development initiatives of NCAA member institutions and to enhance the quality of the student-athlete experience within the context of higher education.

In the process of achieving this mission, the Life Skills Program will:

  • Promote student-athletes’ ownership of their academic, athletic, career, personal and community responsibilities.
  • Meet the changing needs of student-athletes.
  • Promote respect for diversity and inclusion among student-athletes.
  • Assist student-athletes in identifying and applying transferable skills.
  • Enhance partnerships between the NCAA, member institutions and their communities for the purpose of education.
  • Foster an environment that encourages student-athletes to effectively access campus resources.
  • Encourage the development of character, integrity and leadership skills.

Institutions participating in the Life Skills Program are provided with instructional materials and supplemental resources which support a student-athlete’s development in five areas: academics, athletics, personal development, career development and community service.

NCAA Life Skills Program Commitment Statements

Commitment to Academic Excellence
To support the academic progress of the student-athlete toward intellectual development and graduation.

Commitment to Athletic Excellence
To build philosophical foundations for the development of athletic programs that are broad-based, equitable and dedicated to the well-being of the student athlete.

Commitment to Personal Development
To support the development of a well-balanced lifestyle for student-athletes, encouraging emotional well-being, leadership, personal growth and decision-making skills.

Commitment to Career Development
To encourage the student-athlete to develop and pursue career and life goals.

 

Basic Needs, Warrior Food Pantry and Student Care

Mary Stuart Rogers Building - Suite 360, (209) 667-3177

Warrior Food Pantry - Student Services Building - Suite 116, (209) 667-3561

https://www.csustan.edu/basic-needs

Basic Needs provides valuable resources such as the Warrior Food Pantry and CalFresh that provide relief to students experiencing food insecurity. Although the definition of the term, “basic needs” varies across institutions, the reality is hunger and homelessness now affects all individuals, including college students.

CalFresh

Basic Needs Coordinators can assist you in applying for CalFresh! It’s free. Connect with a Cal Fresh Coordinator.

Warrior Food Pantry

Provides food assistance to all Stanislaus State students experiencing hunger and food insecurity.  Learn more about the food pantry.

Campus Cares

Experiencing a crisis or difficult situation? Tell us about it by completing a Crisis Assistance Request Form.

Food Distribution

Get a free food box once a month at the Food Distribution.  Learn more about food distribution.

 

Stay Informed!

Receive free Basic Needs alerts right on your mobile phone!

  • Get reminders about upcoming Food Distribution dates as a text message and or email.
  • Get location updates for the Food Distribution if it rains.
  • This service is offered at no cost and you can opt-out at anytime.

Campus Recreation 

Download the Campus Rec App search keywords: Stanislaus State Recreation
(209) 667-3705
www.csustan.edu/campus-recreation

What a great place to meet other students and re-create yourself in college! Campus Recreation and the Student Fitness Center provide a great place on campus to exercise and regenerate. We offer programs for intramural sports, fitness, a multisport court for drop-in play, outdoor adventure equipment, and state-of-the-art equipment for your personal workout.

Campus Recreation supports an individual’s care in the dimensions of well-being critical to a student developing a healthy lifestyle. Our primary emphasis is in the areas of physical, social, emotional and spiritual (harmony) wellness. The purpose of recreation is to enhance the lives of students and advance the educational mission of the university by playing a vital role in the development and maintenance of an individual. The goal is to offer a variety of recreational programming that will provide an inclusive educational experience and provide leadership opportunities and student employment. Campus Recreation also provides the Stockton Campus with a fitness center, allowing us to offer a Cardio Room, Free Weight Room, and a Seletorized Room/Weight Room to those students.

Our programs include:

  • Intramural Sports Program: Allows students to engage in multiple sports leagues and special events offered throughout each semester, followed by opportunities to win championship games and play in All-Star tournaments for each sport.
  • Adaptive Intramural Sports: Allows individuals with disabilities to play and compete in their own leagues. These sports will be offered in parallel to the general IM Sports each semester.
  • Fitness Program: offers Group Exercise classes for all Stan State Campus Recreation Members. The classes provide a variety of workouts by our student fitness staff. Personal Trainings are also available for those who prefer more individualized workouts.
  • Informal Recreation: provides facility hours to promote diverse social and wellness opportunities through unstructured, voluntary use of the Recreation Centers’ many amenities for sports like pick-up basketball, futsal, and badminton at members’ leisure for fitness and fun.
  • Outdoor Equipment Program: W.A.R.E. (Warrior Adventure Rental Equipment) can be rented by anyone who owns a Stan State Campus Recreation membership. The equipment available for rent consists of camp lighting, tents, and sleeping bags to climbing gear and general sport equipment.
  • Aquatic Facility: Offers open swim hours to students, staff, faculty, alumni, and community members who acquire an Aquatic Pass on weekdays, every morning and afternoon, from 6:00 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. and from 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
  • Open Rec on Intramural Field: Available by Lot 11A. It is currently open afternoons for students to use and reserve at their leisure.
  • Al Brenda Track: Available to students, allowing for open-air running and general exercise during sunlight hours outside of reserved use.

 

The Office of Campus Recreation is proud to be an institutional member of the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA). NIRSA provides resources and professional connections that help our professional staff enhance the student experience at Stanislaus State.

The Student Recreation Complex (SRC) provides stadium and outdoor practice facilities for Athletic Department teams and has been the host site of the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships, CCAA Championships, NCAA Soccer, High School Soccer and PDL Soccer.

Student Housing and Residential Life

Housing & Residential Life, (209) 667-3675
www.csustan.edu/housing

The Residential Life Village is the only on-campus student housing community at Stanislaus State. Centrally located on campus and only steps away from classroom buildings, athletic facilities, the library, the Student Recreation Complex, Student Health Center, and the brand new University Student Center, the Village lets students immerse themselves in all aspects of the university experience. Our commitment to the academic and social success of our residents drives everything we do, and we pride ourselves on offering exclusive access to support tools and resources that students won’t find living anywhere else.

Residents enjoy an all-inclusive lifestyle with furnished living spaces, a meal plan that can be used at any eatery or café on campus (yes, that includes Starbucks!), utilities, off-campus trips and on-campus programs and events, internet, television, and much more. Amenities include two Computer Labs with free printing, free laundry facilities, a TV Lounge and Game Room, a dining facility complete with a Starbucks coffee counter, two swimming pools, two basketball courts, and a volleyball court, just to name a few. We also offer living-learning communities for students with specialized interests, such as first-generation college students, transfer students, athletics and student leadership, ethnic studies and activism, and the Honors program or preparation for the Honors program.  

There are a variety of living arrangements to choose from: four-bedroom apartments and two or four-bedroom suites, all overlooking a central courtyard. Each apartment or suite has a living room, bathroom and shower, and one, two, or three-person bedrooms. Apartments also include a full kitchen. The entire community is gated with keycard entry, and every bedroom door and unit front door has a keycard lock. Give us a call or schedule a tour today to see it for yourself!

 

Student Leadership and Development

University Student Center - Suite 206, (209) 667-3778
www.csustan.edu/sld 

Student Leadership and Development (SLD) provides countless ways for you to make your mark and create a legacy at Stanislaus State!  We are a dedicated team of professional and student staff members committed to cultivating community and fostering engagement through co-curricular learning.  It is our goal to help students explore their passions, get connected, and engage in memorable experiences through getting involved on campus.   

Studies show that student involvement in college reaps a number of benefits. Involved students build stronger support networks, are more likely to graduate (and on time), develop a strong and diverse skill set, and are more marketable to employers when they graduate!

The core purpose of Student Leadership and Development is to:

  1. Orient and transition students to the university: www.csustan.edu/nso
  2. Serve as a home base and guide for student organizations and fraternity/sorority life: www.csustan.edu/sld/student-organizations
  3. Provide leadership development and skill building: www.csustan.edu/sld/leadership-programs
  4. Promote student engagement and personal growth opportunities:warriorhub.csustan.edu

We know that encouraging students to get involved, building lifelong relationships, and developing leadership skills - are the keys to student success!  Make the most of your time at Stanislaus State by exploring the vast opportunities available for students to get involved.

University Student Center

Student Center - First Floor, (209) 667-3815
www.csustan.edu/asi-sc

The University Student Center (SC), is the hub of campus life. As a not-for-profit organization, its mission is to provide quality facilities, services and programs to complement and enhance the academic experience. The Student Center is designed to create a sense of belonging, a welcoming environment, and a safe space for students, faculty, staff, alumni and the community.

The University Student Center is funded primarily by student fees, and consists of four parts: facilities, programs, services and marketing. The SC Board of Directors have 15 voting members who are appointed to make decisions concerning policy, renovations, marketing, and budgetary items, while providing overall direction for facilities, programs and services funded by SC fees.

SC provides services to be used by the students, funds the printing and services at the SC Service Desk as well as sponsors a portion of Code Red Entertainment - an organization centered on programming and events for students. This group coordinates daily events, as well as discounted weekend trips, to enhance student life on and off campus.

SC Service Desk

University Student Center - First Floor, (209) 667-3815
www.csustan.edu/asi-sc/student-services/front-desk

The SC Service Desk offers many services to meet student needs in a helpful and efficient manner. Students can purchase copies, print and scan.  The Service Desk is also the location to purchase Special Event tickets and SC Weekend Warrior Trips. Print-N-Go services are also offered, as well as bus passes and movie tickets.

The SC Service Desk is open, Monday through Thursday, 7:30 am-8:00 pm and Friday, 7:30am-5:00pm.