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California State University, Fresno powers the New California through learning, scholarship, and engagement. The University faculty, staff, and administrators work together to:
Make student success our first priority;
Embrace a culture of diversity, internationalization, and inclusion;
Advance our established distinction in liberal arts and sciences, professional programs, and community engagement;
Produce transformative scholarly research and creative works that target regional issues with global significance;
Exemplify the ethical stewardship of capital and human resources; and,
Develop institutional, community, and intellectual leaders.
2,200 full- and part-time; 96 percent of the tenured faculty hold doctoral or other terminal degrees in their areas of study.
The university enrolled more than 20,000 students, and approximately 4,900 students completed work for bachelor's, master’s and doctoral degrees by Commencement 2013.
Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology; College of Arts and Humanities; Craig School of Business; Kremen School of Education and Human Development; Lyles College of Engineering; College of Health and Human Services; College of Science and Math; College of Social Sciences; Division of Graduate Studies; Continuing and Global Education.