奨学金

  

実務経験

California State University, Sonoma State University

受講できる主専攻
Undergraduate
Biology
Communication Studies
Criminology And Criminal Justice Studies
Early Childhood Studies
Environmental Studies
Human Development
Kinesiology
Liberal Studies
Pre- Business Administration
Psychology
Sociology
宿泊施設 場所のタイプ 奨学金あり 学生数 CLA(条件付き入学許可)あり
Available for Undergraduate Suburban Yes 9223 (Total) Yes
提供される学位 公立/私立 学校の種類 全学生 学生数
Bachelor Public Master: Colleges and Universities Co-educational 100 (International)

年間授業料 / ELSのレベル

Living Expenses
学位 授業料 Fees 宿泊施設 ** 食事 OtherExpenses I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds) ELS
Bachelor $ $ $$$ $$ $ $$$$ 112
*
 I-20/Visa costs include Tuition, Housing, Meals and all other fees in USD
**
Housing cost may include meals and other expenses to equal Living Expenses
 

Location

Located in California's premier wine country, 1 hour north of San Francisco, Sonoma State University is a small campus with big ideas. With a tradition of promoting intellectual and personal growth, leadership opportunities and technological proficiency, SSU offers its students a friendly, safe and informal atmosphere on a beautiful campus setting. Currently, campus housing accommodates students in both apartment and residential suite style facilities. Our student population has been steadily growing as we welcomed our largest Freshman class in SSU history for the Fall 2015 semester, bringing our total population to 9,400 students. What sets Sonoma State University apart from other schools is our friendly campus community where you will find academic excellence, innovative approaches to learning and close working relationships between faculty and students. With 46 undergraduate and 15 graduate majors, SSU will prepare you for a rewarding "professional life" in fields such as business, psychology, education and the health professions.We are also one of the few Universities to offer a specialized track through the Business department dedicated to Wine Business Strategies. Sonoma State University is located in Rohnert Park, a small friendly community surrounded by both beautiful nature and cities! Within an hour away you can find historic redwood forests, beautiful rivers, Bodega Bay beaches, and state parks for hiking. San Francisco is an easy drive from Rohnert Park, and even closer are the cities of Santa Rosa and Petaluma, both brimming with local culture. Also within an hour are rolling vineyards and hundreds of wineries from which to choose.

宿泊施設


Two and three-story townhouses are clustered around a recreation area, dining hall, swimming pool and activity center. Shared apartments with private baths are available to transfer and second year students.

Student life

The residential community provides some of the most attractive suite-style housing in the area. Non-dormitory suites are served by a dining hall and are clustered in villages, offering students a similar experience to living off campus. Freshmen generally live in residential suites; sophomores and upper-level students in the apartments. Available to all are swimming pools, spas, computer labs, a convenience store, multiple dining venues around campus and outdoor recreational areas.

Residential Life department and the Center for Student Leadership, Involvement & Service organize a wide variety of social and educational activities to ensure there activities for students. This can run be anything from karaoke, community service events,video game contests, live music shows,comedy contests, lectures, trips to local Bay Area theatres, sporting events, museums, and much more. The alcohol and drug education program has become a model for other CSU campuses. The campus has a student newspaper and a student run radio station.

More than 100 clubs and organizations are available to accommodate a wide range of interests from ethnic and international to special hobbies and pursuits.

A community service program supported by the Associated Students, JUMP (Join Us Making Progress) offers students the opportunity to serve in numerous volunteer programs and gain experiences relevant to their education. Some of the many JUMP projects are Adopt-a-Grandparent, Study Buddies, Bodega Bay Homework Project and Serving Our Unfed People.