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Support Fresno State’s Academic Success

Fresno State’s eight schools and colleges represent the most broad and comprehensive academic offering in Central California. Gifts to these academic units fund scholarships, research and capital improvements to help educate future leaders.

Fresno State's Schools and Colleges

College of Arts and HumanitiesThe College of Arts and Humanities provides a diverse student population with the communication skills, humanistic values and cultural awareness that form the foundation of scholarship. The college offers intellectual and artistic programs that engage students and faculty and the community in collaboration, dialogue and discovery. These programs help preserve, illuminate and nourish the arts and humanities for the campus and for the wider community.

For information about a gift to the College of Arts and Humanities contact:

Moon-Ja Yunouye
Director of Development
College of Arts and Humanities 
559.278.8341 | myunouye@csufresno.edu

College of Health and Human ServicesResidents and communities in the Central California region continue to face serious issues within the health and human service field that will require generations of well-prepared professionals. Students in the college are engaged in academic departments and programs including Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies, Public Health, Kinesiology, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Social Work Education, Interdisciplinary Gerontology program, Interdisciplinary Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Recreation Administration as well as several off-campus research and training centers.

For information about a gift to the College of Health and Human Services contact:

Amy Millis
Director of Development
College of Health and Human Services
2345 E. San Ramon, Fresno, CA 93740
559.278.5590 | amillis@mail.fresnostate.edu

College of Science and MathematicsThe College of Science and Mathematics provides professional training to serve as a foundation for a career in science or mathematics, to provide pre-professional training in preparation for careers in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine and other professions, and for continued study at the graduate level.

 

For information about a gift to the College of Science and Mathematics contact:

Eric Maul
Director of Development
College of Science and Mathematics
559.278.5995 | maul@csufresno.edu

College of Social SciencesStudents in the College of Social Sciences study the human experience, including the depth of the past and the breadth of the entire planet, in the study of Anthropology, Geography, and History. The diversity of human cultures and social experiences are explored through Sociology, Anthropology, and Women's Studies. Political affairs are analyzed in Political Science,Public Administration, and International Relations. Some of the most pressing social issues of our times are addressed in the Department of Criminology. The college also offers depth of study in ethnic heritages, with special focus on Africana Studies , Chicano & Latin American Studies Asian American and Southeast Asian Studies.

For information about a gift to the College of Social Sciences contact:

Micheline Golden
Director of Development
College of Social Sciences
5340 N. Campus Drive, Fresno, CA 93740
559.278.5992 | michelineg@csufresno.edu

Craig School of BusinessThe Craig School is recognized as one of the best business schools in the state, offering students a wide array of educational and networking opportunities. They are recognized for offering a quality and cost effective education. The college offers undergraduate Business Administration degrees in Accountancy, Finance & Business Law, Information Systems & Decision Sciences, Management, Economics and Marketing. Master of Business Administration programs include the traditional MBA, Executive MBA, Ag EMBA and an online MBA.

For information about a gift to the Craig School of Business contact:

Caty Perez
Associate Vice President for University Development
Lab School 125, 5048 N. Jackson, Fresno, CA 93740
559.278.8243 | catyp@csufresno.edu

Jordan College of AGThe Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology offers students a comprehensive, hands-on educational experience. Students in traditional areas of agriculture train on Fresno State’s 1,100 acre farm laboratory in animal sciences, plant science, agricultural education, viticulture and agricultural business. The college also offers programs related to agriculture including nutrition and dietetics, food science, enology, child development, family science, fashion merchandizing and industrial technology.

For information about a gift to the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology contact:

Alcidia Freitas Gomes
Senior Director of Development
Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology
559.278.4266 | alcidia@csufresno.edu

Shannon Fast
Associate Director of Development
Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology
559.278.8603 | sfast@csufresno.edu

photo of teacher in front of classDivision of Continuing and Global Education serves as the University's hub of access and innovation, providing educational opportunities to a wide array of audiences that would not be otherwise served by the institution.

For information about a gift to the ivision of Continuing and Global Education contact:

Katie Bewarder
Associate Director of Development
Division of Continuing and Global Education
559.278.0393 | katieadamo@csufresno.edu

photo of teacher in front of classThe Kremen School of Education and Human Development's mission is the recruitment and development of ethically informed leaders for classroom teaching, education administration, counseling, and higher education. This NCATE-accredited unit fosters the candidate dispositions of collaboration, valuing diversity, critical thinking, ethical judgments, reflection, and life-long learning. This mission is realized through a framework of teaching, scholarship, and services that address regional, state, national, and international perspectives.

For information about a gift to the Kremen School of Education and Human Development contact:

Laura Clark
Director of Development
Kremen School of Education and Human Development
559.278.0393 | lwhitehouse@csufresno.edu

Lyles College of EngineeringThe Lyles College of Engineering is the only publicly supported engineering college in the San Joaquin Valley. The mission of the college includes developing each student's potential to the greatest extent possible, providing a quality engineering education to all students and serving students from groups that historically have not had access to a university education.

The Lyles College offers seven undergraduate degree programs in Architectural Studies, Civil, Electrical, Computer, Geomatics and Mechanical Engineering as well as Construction Management. Graduate degrees include Construction Management, Civil Engineering and Civil Engineering with options in Water Resources Engineering and Environmental Engineering as well as Engineering with options in Electrical, Computer and Mechanical Engineering.

For information about a gift to the Lyles College of Engineering contact:

Richard Verducci
Director of Development
Lyles College of Engineering
559.278.1755 | richardverducci@csufresno.edu

Henry Madden LibraryThe Henry Madden Library is among the finest libraries in the CSU system. It features more than 365,000 square feet of space for study, collections, computing and services. The Table Mountain Rancheria Reading room provides a unique environment for study and reflection, and the Ellipse Gallery provides space for exhibits and events.

For information about a gift to the Henry Madden Library contact:

Micheline Golden
Director of Development
Henry Madden Library
559.278.5992 | michelineg@csufresno.edu

photo of teacher in front of classDivision of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management serves our students, from the moment they apply for admission to the moment they graduate. Students can count on us to help them be successful and reach their goals. Along their Fresno State journey, we want them to feel a sense of pride and belonging.

A degree from Fresno State is invaluable. Our academic and co-curricular programs are among the strongest in the country. Our division offers numerous opportunities for growth that will help make you a stronger leader and prepare students in ways that will make their academic degree even more valuable.

For information about a gift to the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management:

David Hembree
Director of Development
Student Affairs and Enrollment Management
559.278.5052 | dhembree@csufresno.edu