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  1. Yosemite Sequoia Kings Canyon CSU COUNSELOR CONFERENCE 2014 Savemart Center

  2. BULLDOG FACTS • Fresno State is the premier University in the Central Valley made up of 8 academic colleges; 4 of which are endowed. • U.S. News ranks Fresno State 8th among West’s public universities. • Fresno State has over 100 undergraduate and graduate programs. • Fresno is the 5th largest city in California and have the amenities of big city life, but just minutes away from mountains and the countryside. • Three Doctoral degrees: Nursing Practice, Physical Therapy and Educational Leadership. • Over 23,000 students • Study Abroad Programs

  3. BULLDOG ACADEMICS Jordan College of Agriculture Sciences and Technology - Only Commercial winery on a university campus - 1000 acre on campus farm laboratory - Jordan Research Center - first-of-its-kind on a CSU campus College of Arts and Humanities - London Semester Abroad - MFA Creative Writing Program Craig School of Business - Award winning internship programs - Internationally accredited by AACSB Lyles college of Engineering   - First accredited Geomatics program in the U.S. - ABET Accredited Kremen School of Education & Human Development   - Accredited by NCATE - First college in CSU system to offer independent doctorate program College of Health and Human Services - DNP – Doctor of Nursing Practice - DPT - Doctor of Physical Therapy - All majors hold national and state accreditation College of Science and Mathematics   - state-of-the- art biomedical research facility - Downing planetarium College of Social Sciences - Forensic and Behavioral Sciences program - Sociology – Over 700 community benefit organizations and internships - Newest Major: B.A Latin American Studies

  4. Bulldog Student Services • First Year Experience Program • Educational Opportunity Program • Learning Resource Center/Support Net • College Assistance Migrant Program / University Migrant Services • Student Support Services - Federal TRIO program assisting first generation, low income, and disabled students with academic support services. • On Campus Housing- University Courtyard • Community Service – Over 1 million hours of service to region in one academic year • Athletics- Compete in NCAA Division 1 Mountain West Conference. With legacy of national, regional and conference championships. • Clubs and Organizations – Over 260 Women Basketball* Softball Cross country Golf Tennis* Track Soccer Equestrian Volleyball Lacrosse Men Basketball Baseball Cross Country Golf Tennis Track Football* * Conference Championships

  5. BULLDOG IMPACTION We are Impacted for FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN AND TRANSFER TRANSFERLocal 2.0 GPA or higherOut-of-Area 2.75 GPA or higher • FIRST TIME FRESHMAN • Local Students meet minimum • admission requirements • Out-of-Area Eligibility Index:  3800 • is estimated for Fall 2014 • (subject to change) • Local Area Includes the following counties: • Fresno • Kings • Madera • Tulare • and Traditionally Serviced School Districts. Local area community colleges: College of the Sequoias Fresno City College Merced Community College Modesto Junior College Reedley College West Hills Community College West Hills College-Lemoore SB1440Out-of-Area Students Must Apply for SB 1440 Degree and send in verification form - 0.2% GPA bump After admitted, require official transcripts with the degree posted IMPACTED MAJORS Nursing Athletic Training SB1440 APPLICATIONS AA-T – 142 AS-T -  119

  6. BULLDOG ADMISSION SUMMARY TRANSFERS:APPLICANTS: 6,461ADMITS: 3,269ENROLLED: 1,881 Average GPA: 3.2 Transfers are not required to attend Dog Days. 90.4% Transfer Retention Rate Transfers are required to accept their admission beginning March 15 – May 1 MY.FRESNOSTATE.EDU FIRST TIME FRESHMAN APPLICANTS: 18,859ADMITS:     11,272ENROLLED:  3,572Average GPA: 3.34 Average SAT: 913Average ACT: 19 83.2% FTF Retention Rate FTF are required to accept their admission and enroll in Dog Days beginning March 15 – May 1 MY.FRESNOSTATE.EDU ENROLLMENT BY ETHNICITYAfrican American 3.4%American Indian .3%Asian 14.2%Hispanic 43.3%Pacific Islander .2%White 23.2%Other/Unknown 11.3%Non-Resident Aliens 4.0% TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS 23,050 Local Students: 78%Non-Local Students: 22%

  7. Bulldog Scholarships • Smittcamp Family Honors College Scholarship – Deadline to apply December 11, 2014 • Minimum 3.8 high school GPA • Ranking in the top 10 percent of your high school graduating class • Combined SAT score of 1800 or ACT average score of 27 in English and Mathematics • Webinars: October 7, 14, 20 (3:15 – 4:15) at: www.fresnostate.edu/academics/honors/application/index.html • University Scholarships – Deadline to apply February 28, 2015 • Fresno State awards over a thousand scholarships totaling more than 3.8 million • range from $100 to almost $35,000 and are awarded to both undergraduate and graduate students.. • Business Scholars – Deadline to apply January 5, 2015 • $16,000 for First Time Freshmen – 3.5 GPA / 1500 SAT Composite / 22 ACT • $10,000 for Upper Division Transfer – 3.8 GPA • Lyles College of Engineering Honors Program – Deadline to apply February 28, 2015 • Minimum 3.8 high school GPA • Ranking in the top 10 percent of your high school graduating class • Combined SAT score of 1800 or ACT average score of 27 in English and Mathematics • Tuition paid for 4 academic years

  8. VISIT THE DOGHOUSE! Family and Group Tours Daily – 9am, 11am & 1pm Saturday – 10am & 12pm (By Reservation) Highlights: • Admission presentation • Henry Madden Library • Peace Garden • Dorm Tour Tours: 559-278-8236 PREVIEW DAY Saturday, March 7, 2015 Register for all these events at www.gotofresnostate.com

  9. CONTACT INFORMATION University Outreach Services - 559.278.2048 Admissions – 559.278.2261 Financial Aid – 559.278.2182 Athletics - 559.278.2643 Campus Housing - 559.278.2345 Scholarships - 559-278-6572 Tours - 559-278-8236 Visit us on online at: WWW.GOTOFRESNOSTATE.COM