Stanislaus State landed in the top 10 in four categories as one of the best universities in the West according to rankings released today (Sept. 18) by U.S. News & World Report, further solidifying the University’s impact in the Central Valley and higher education.
Stanislaus State continues to demonstrate its commitment to offering students a quality education that prepares them for the workforce without breaking the bank.
In Washington Monthly’s annual “College Guide and Rankings” released Aug. 27, Stan State landed the No. 2 position in the “Best Bang for the Buck” in the West category, leaping up three spots from its 2022 ranking.
Stanislaus State nursing students are closer to making their future dreams a reality thanks to scholarships they received from the Legacy Health Endowment Foundation and Golden Valley Health Center Foundation.
Kathryn Romeo, Alexa Duarte and Yadira Lopez-Ortiz, who each earned coveted spots in Stan State’s Accelerated Second Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ASBSN) at the Stockton Campus, won Legacy Health Endowment Foundation scholarships.
Stanislaus State has earned a spot on The Princeton Review’s list of “Best 389 Colleges” for 2024, which was published on The Princeton Review’s website Tuesday, Aug. 15.
Finance publication MONEY has released its 2023 college ratings and once again named Stanislaus State among the “Best Colleges in America.”
Using a new star rating system that replaces its traditional numerical ranking, MONEY gave Stanislaus State 4.5 out of 5 stars, which places the University among the top third of the 736 four-year public and private colleges from across the nation that made the cut.
Stanislaus State’s Online Master of Business Administration (OMBA) ranked top 20 in their respective categories by the bestaccreditedcolleges.org website.
The OMBA program was ranked No. 19 out of 49 programs.
The Division of Academic Affairs is pleased to share that the unit previously referred to as Extended and International Education will now be known as Continuing and Professional Education (CaPE) and International Education and Global Engagement (IEGE), respectively.
Stockton Campus-Based Program Will Respond to Employer’s Needs in the Region
When he was hired as the first executive director of the new Innovation and Workforce Development Hub, based at the Stanislaus State Stockton Campus, Aubrey Priest got the usual introductions to the Stockton staff and those in the Department of Extended and International Education, under which the hub falls.
Stanislaus State’s Online Master of Business Administration (OMBA) program has been ranked in the top 145 online MBA programs for 2023 by The Princeton Review, an education services company that provides tutoring, test preparation and admissions resources for students.