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More than 6,000 Graduates in the Class of 2023

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300,000 Over 300,000 Bulldog alumni have graduated from Fresno State.
No. 5 Ranked No. 5 in 2021 Social Mobility Index for providing a high-quality education at an affordable price.
80% 80% of Fresno State undergraduate students receive financial aid.

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A legacy of academic excellence

Fresno State’s eight schools and colleges offer 72 undergraduate, 49 post-baccalaureate and three doctoral degree programs that emphasize hands-on learning experiences designed to prepare you for success after graduation.

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Imagine the possibilities

A transformational vision for the modernization of Fresno State's athletic facilities will help position athletics for sustained success as our Bulldogs continue to compete and win at a national level.

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Bulldog Bound

Through a new guaranteed admissions program, high school students from partnering school districts who meet the minimum California State University requirements are guaranteed a spot at Fresno State after they graduate.

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As a commuter student, I love that Fresno State is close to home and every day is a new experience on campus.

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Construction in Progress

The Central Utility Plant Replacement is underway to modernize and maintain Fresno State’s central utility infrastructure system. Click on the map for construction locations. See map

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The eight schools and colleges at Fresno State, along with the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, each selected an outstanding student to honor as part of the class of 2023 Graduate Deans' Medalists.

The deans selected an undergraduate and graduate medalist based on academic excellence, community involvement and other achievements. In mid-May, one medalist from the group will be announced as the President’s Undergraduate Medalist, the University's top academic honor for an undergraduate student.