May 18, 2024  
2024-2025 Academic Catalog 
    
2024-2025 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

Located in the University Student Center, Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is a not-for-profit organization that provides programs and services to enhance and support the Warrior experience at Stanislaus State. ASI provides students with co-curricular events and activities through student government involvement opportunities, campus pride initiatives, programming events, and community service opportunities.

The ASI Board of Directors is the governing board who are elected to express student opinions, foster awareness of student issues, and protect the rights and interests of students. 

The organization provides funding for students through the Warriors Giving Back and Study Abroad scholarships and for student organizations through Student Engagement Funding. Services for students and student organizations include marketing services, the Warrior Discounter Program, and Turlock Transit.

Additionally, ASI funds and sponsors different programs and special events throughout the academic year including Code Red Entertainment, a group centered on programming events for students who plan and execute some of the University’s largest campus and community events including StanWeek, Homecoming, and Warrior Day Festival.

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

ASI also funds activities and events that support and enhance student engagement for Stockton Campus students. These activities and events are specifically tailored to our Stockton Campus student demographic that help promote and ignite campus pride. 

In addition to campus pride programming, ASI at the Stockton Campus also focuses on service-based programming that helps highlight services funded by ASI, such as Warrior Merchandise and the Warrior Discounter Program.

For more information on Associated Students, Inc. at the Stockton Campus please visit, https://www.csustan.edu/asi/stockton-campus or contact ASI via email at asiscstockton@csustan.edu or phone at (209)513-9426.

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. The Department has consistently competed at the highest level among members of the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Stanislaus State Athletics strives to be an elite NCAA Division II institution that brings Warrior Pride to the Central Valley.

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.

Successes includes winning 14 team National Championships along with 24 individual National Championships. Stan State boasts 39 CCAA Championships and 310 All-Americans.

All current Stanislaus State students, faculty and staff are admitted free for all home events with a valid campus ID.

 

Basic Needs, Warrior Food Pantry and Student Care

Mary Stuart Rogers Building - Suite 180, (209) 667-3132

https://www.csustan.edu/basic-needs |basicneed@csustan.edu| (209) 667-3132

Warrior Food Pantry, Turlock Campus - Student Services Building, Room 128, (209) 667-3561

Warrior Food Pantry, Stockton Campus - Acacia Building, Room 1051, (209) 513-9441

Text BASICNEEDS to 77222 to receive Basic Needs alerts by text and stay up-to-date on Basic Needs.

Basic Needs provides valuable resources to help students address food, housing, and/or financial insecurity.   

Our Programs Include:  

Warrior Food Pantry

The Warrior Food Pantry provides both perishable and non-perishable food items - as well as toiletries - at no cost to current students. Students can collect up to 10 items per week using their Warrior ID number.  

Food Distribution

The Food Distribution initiative is designed to offer support to current students in accessing food by providing them with a box of non-perishable food items at no cost. These distributions, held twice a month, are made possible thanks to the generous support of the California Faculty Association (CFA) and the United Samaritans Foundation.  

CalFresh

CalFresh is an invaluable nutrition assistance program dedicated to empowering students and families to acquire the nourishing food necessary for maintaining their health and well-being. Participants in CalFresh receive benefits electronically, conveniently loaded onto their personal Golden State Advantage electronic benefits transfer (EBT) cards. These cards, resembling regular debit cards, enable recipients to purchase groceries seamlessly at a wide array of participating grocery stores, discount chains, farmer’s markets, and local neighborhood stores. 

CalFresh Healthy Living

The CalFresh Healthy Living on College Campuses Project implements SNAP-Ed activities at 13 California State University (CSU) campuses targeting SNAP-Ed eligible students. Through cooking classes, social media promotions, outreach events and campus partnerships, we aim to create a culture on campuses where the healthy choice is the easy choice, and students feel confident in their ability to prepare nourishing meals and live active lifestyles. 

Campus Cares

The Campus Cares program is designed to render assistance to enrolled Stanislaus State students who are experiencing a personal crisis or an emergency situation. 

Temporary Housing

The temporary housing program offers enrolled students access to temporary on-campus housing through Housing & Residential Life or off-campus alternatives on a case-by-case basis. Students may unexpectedly face housing insecurity if they lack safe, stable, regular, and adequate housing. Signs of housing insecurity include living in shelters, parks, motels, or cars, or temporarily couch-surfing with others due to lack of alternative options. 

Basic Needs Allies

Students can get involved as a Basic Needs Ally. The Basic Needs Ally program raises awareness of the struggles faced by Warriors who are experiencing food and housing insecurity by destigmatizing the access of basic needs resources and educating the campus on the programs available to support students’ basic needs. 

Stay Informed on our upcoming events!

Receive free Basic Needs alerts right on your mobile phone. Alerts are helpful in letting you know about location updates or changes due to weather conditions. Reminders come through email or text message and are at no cost to you. You are also welcome to opt-out at any time. 

Sign up here: Basic Needs Alerts

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. - 8:00 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 student housing community at Stanislaus State. Centrally located on campus and only steps away from classroom buildings, Campus Recreation, Student Health Center, the University Student Center and the newly-renovated Library, 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.

  • Meet with our Academic Success Advisor to register for classes, set graduation goals and roadmaps, research graduate programs, and apply for jobs or internships.
  • Enjoy an all-inclusive lifestyle with furnished living spaces, upgraded Wi-Fi, free laundry rooms, a variety of activities and events, and a  meal plan that can be used at dining venues on campus (yes, that includes Starbucks!)
  • Get your study on at the Academic Hub, where you can access free printing, laptop rentals, and academic success advising with our Student Success Interns.
  • Kick back with friends or meet someone new at the Game Room, TV Lounge, and Residential Life Hub or when attending a fun (and free!) Housing event.

The Village also offers themed communities and academic intensive Living Learning Communities for students with specialized interests, such as first-generation college students, transfer students, student athletes, student leaders, ethnic studies majors, and students entering the Honors program or preparing for the Honors program.  

Other Village amenities include:

  • Living room and bathroom with shower in each unit
  • Full kitchens in apartment-style units
  • Two pools and one jacuzzi
  • Two BBQ grilling areas
  • Two basketball courts
  • Sand volleyball court
  • Easy access to tennis courts and Stan State aquatics facility
  • Free vacuum, broom, mop, and cleaning kit rentals
  • Safe, gated community with keycard access
  • And much more!

Give us a call or schedule a tour today to see it for yourself!

Student Leadership, Engagement and Belonging

Library- Suite 203, (209) 667-3511 and University Student Center - Suite 206, (209) 667-3778
www.csustan.edu/sld 

Student Leadership, Engagement and Belonging (SLEB) provides countless ways for students to make their mark and create a legacy at Stanislaus State!  We are a dedicated team of professional and student staff members who are 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.  

SLEB is home to the Warrior Cross Cultural Center, Student Leadership Programs, The Male Success Initiative, Black Student Success, Undocumented Student Services, LGBTQ+ programs, Clubs & Organizations, Fraternity & Sorority Life, and Cross-cultural programs. 

 

Student Leadership, Engagement and Belonging aims to:

  1. Provide opportunities for students to make connections, develop and expand personal growth.
  2. Help provide transformational experiences for students of diverse backgrounds and experiences. 
  3. Help validate students’ identity and create a sense of belonging on campus. 
  4. Help increase the retention, well-being, and academic success through holistic support, and through programs and initiatives offered. 
  5. Help empower students with the resources and tools to become agents of change for themselves and their communities.   

University Student Center

Student Center - First Floor, (209) 667-6826
www.csustan.edu/sc

The University Student Center (SC), is the hub of campus life and student engagement. The Student Center is designed to provide quality facilities, services and programs to complement and enhance the academic experience. The Student Center aims to create a sense of belonging, a welcoming environment and safe space for students, faculty, staff, alumni and the campus community.

The SC Board of Directors is the governing board who are appointed to make decisions concerning policy, renovations, marketing, and budgetary items, while providing overall direction for building operations, programs and services funded by SC fees, including the Service Desk.

The SC Service Desk offers many services to meet student needs in a helpful and efficient manner. At the Service Desk, students have access to a variety of resources such as laptop and charger rentals, prints, copies, and scans, board game and gaming rentals, and blue book sales, and bus pass and movie ticket sales. Aside from these services, students can also purchase special event and Weekend Warrior trip tickets here.

In addition, SC funds and sponsors a portion of Code Red Entertainment - a group centered on programming and events for students. This group coordinates and hosts Stan State Cinemas, Titus Tuesdays and Warrior Wednesday activities, live shows and more. These events are designed to attract students into the University Student Center and enhance student life. 

The University Student Center is open, Monday through Thursday 7:30 AM - 8:00 PM and  Friday 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM.

For more information on the University Student Center, please visit, https://www.csustan.edu/sc or contact SC via email at asi-sc@csustan.edu or phone at (209) 667-6826.

The University Student Center also funds a Stockton Campus team which focuses on providing high-quality spaces and services that benefit and contribute to student engagement at the Stockton Campus.

The Stockton Campus spaces, such as Warrior Lounge A & B and the Campus Price Courtyard were designed to provide a space where students can be collaborative, creative, and comfortable. 

In addition to spaces funded by SC at the Stockton campus, there are a variety of services that are available and accessible to Stockton Campus students that are offered at the Warrior Activities Center (WAC) during operating hours. Students can purchase prints, copies, scans, and bluebooks. Scantrons, laptop rentals, charger rentals, and board games rentals are also available in the WAC free of charge. The WAC is also where students can go to pick up ASI special event tickets or register for SC Weekend Warrior trips.

The WAC is open, Monday through Thursday 2:00pm-6:30pm.

For more information on the University Student Center at the Stockton Campus please visit, https://www.csustan.edu/sc/stockton-campus or contact SC via email at asiscstockton@csustan.edu of phone at (209) 513-9426.