The Division of Research and Graduate Studies offers 44 master’s degrees, three doctoral degrees, and one Educational Specialist degree. Currently, approximately 2,900 graduate students are pursuing these post-baccalaureate degrees, credentials, and certificates. These are outstanding, high-achieving students seeking to improve their family’s quality of life—and the lives of others in our region—through education. The research these students conduct has an immediate and lasting impact on our Valley. And, just like our undergraduates, these students benefit from the generous support of people like you.
A contribution on our first-ever Day of Giving will support:
- Graduate student merit-based scholarships
- Research grants for field and laboratory expenses
- Travel grants for students to present their research at conferences
- Transition programs for incoming graduate students
- Research events such as the annual Central California Research Symposium
On behalf of all our graduate students, thank you for support.
Dr. James E. Marshall, Dean
Division of Research and Graduate Studies