Bulldogs Tell

All students have a unique story to tell. It's not just about what various programs and services students utilize. It's about how these programs and services boldly empower students, and the resulting achievements.

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  • "Being involved gave me motivation to do better in school and something to look forward to every semester. Now that I'm graduating, I feel that my involvement has prepared me for a career after graduation."
  •  ”When I first came to Fresno State, I was extremely nervous and even had a minor meltdown because I had never been so far from home without anyone I knew, and I had no idea where to find the nearest Costco. To make Fresno seem more like home, I made a considerable effort to get to know everyone I met and never say no to an opportunity to meet more people. Today I have fallen in love with the Fresno State Campus, its people and the fantastic opportunities it offers.”
  • "I currently work in Fresno State Student Involvement as the Graduate Assistant for Clubs and Organizations / Major Campus Events. There are so many resources on campus for students to utilize, and so many different ways to get involved."
  • "Fresno State has brought sisterhood, everlasting friendship and endless memories I will hope to never forget. This May I will leave Fresno State as a past National Pan-Hellenic president, a Fresno State EOP student, and a first generation college graduate." 
  • "Being a parent and a student can be very challenging especially because you're held at the same standards as your classmates. It's not always fair but failure isn't an option and being a parent makes up for all the hard work."
  • “I got to be part and help out with events such as National Suicide Prevention Week, National Hunger Homelessness Awareness Week, Healthy Campus Week, and Depression and Anxiety Screening Day.  I am a different person now than when I started. I learned so much through the process I became better at communicating, listening, planning, and being more creative.“
  • "Once I was attending Fresno State, deeply rooted personal issues plagued my first year at State. But thanks to the wonderful counseling and other services that Fresno State provides, I have bounced back re-energized and happier my second year."

Want to tell your story? Fill out the form below or contact Amanda Stewart at amstewart@csufresno.edu.

In the paragraph box, write 2-5 sentences about your Fresno State story. It can be anything! Some ideas: how you chose Fresno State, what you are involved in, career aspirations, advice to students, dreams and aspirations, what are you looking forward to this year, why Fresno State is special to you.

Your submission may be featured on Bulldogs Tell, the official account for the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. 



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