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80% 80% of Fresno State undergraduate students receive financial aid.

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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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In a significant commitment toward fostering diversity and inclusion in San Joaquin Valley journalism, the Institute for Media and Public Trust at Fresno State was awarded a $201,000 grant to continue its visionary Journalists of Color training program. The California Endowment grant will help fortify the ongoing success of its pioneering journalism training program.

The program is currently training 18 student journalists and is now seeking applications for a fourth cohort of aspiring journalists. The students are paid $300 monthly during the academic year and can stay in the program for up to five years, from their senior year in high school through four years of college.