Maybe it was the first time you felt like a bona fide college student. The last time you smelled the sulfur in the lab. Or maybe it was something your professor said that soaked in and stayed with you through the years. Tell us, and tell your fellow Warriors, what you remember most about your college years at CSU Stanislaus. We’re building a collective memory bowl from which to share nostalgia in dollops. Read about those memories here...
“You weren't just a number as a student in those first two years at the Fairgrounds. I liked being able to participate in student government, the Student Court, and club activities. College gave me the opportunity to be senior class president, Chief Justice of the Student Court, and editor of the yearbook. I really appreciated the interaction with great professors. Lola Johnson (English), who was the yearbook advisor, would invite groups of students over to her home for meetings. Dave Stenzel (History) was a really fun and interesting faculty member. Many of the students were able to work for the college in part-time jobs at the Fairgrounds.”
1962 Stanislaus State graduate in Social Studies