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Visit this section to read the latest issue of the FresnoState magazine or access the magazine archive to view past issues. The FresnoState magazine is available in an interactive, page-flip format and also available as a downloadable PDF.
The FresnoState magazine is published twice each year and mailed to university alumni and friends. Each issue of the magazine, which is a product of University Communications, includes features on students, faculty, staff, alumni, athletics, campus news and the Campaign for Fresno State. Respected artist and faculty member Doug Hansen depicts a faculty or staff member’s favorite tree from the campus arboretum in a feature unique in university magazines.
Check here often for the latest news related to the Campaign for Fresno State. Or, visit the official web site at www.supportfresnostate.com to learn more about the largest fundraising effort in the university’s 100-plus-year history.
The Campaign for Fresno State will propel the university’s endeavors for the New California as we study and explore new concepts, designs and plans that directly impact life not just here but throughout the United States and the world. Through the campaign we will raise new funds to further faculty research and build academic programs and facilities to provide greater learning opportunities for our students.
On Saturday, May 18, more than 4,900 Fresno State students eligible for degrees will celebrate at the university’s 102nd Commencement ceremony, and the last for retiring President John D. Welty. The processional will begin at 9:30 a.m., at the Save Mart Center. Doors open at 8 a.m.
Commencement activities begin Friday, May 17, with 19 college and school convocations in addition to department and program celebrations throughout the day at multiple locations. Click below to read more information.