We are a campus of opportunity, boldly empowering students for success.
Our rise in national rankings
- Each year, academics at Fresno State steadily garners more attention with the release of several prestigious national rankings. In 2019, reports from Washington Monthly Magazine, U.S. News and World Report and Money Magazine placed our University alongside University of California campuses, Ivy League institutions and Stanford.
Education and research
- High-quality academic programs in 70 bachelor’s, 44 master’s and three doctoral areas prepare students to tackle real-world needs and transform communities in the region and across the world. Learn more about our academic schools and colleges.
Fostering diversity and inclusion
- About 25,000 students attend Fresno State. We nurture cultural competence by celebrating diversity and welcoming all. The Cross Cultural and Gender Center, Veterans Services Office and the University’s new Hmong minor program are just a few programs and initiatives which reflect our tremendous diversity. For more than 50 years, Fresno State has offered enriching ethnic studies programs including Chicano and Latin American studies, Asian American studies, Africana studies, Native American studies, Jewish studies and more. Read more about diversity at Fresno State.
Educating tomorrow’s leaders
- Eighty percent of our graduates stay in the Central Valley to become the region’s next generation of leaders.
Life as a Bulldog
Fresno State is made up of about 25,000 students who together, along with alumni and the surrounding community, make up the larger Bulldog family.
Together we are Bulldogs. Together we are BOLD.
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