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Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

Connecting all students with their full potential.

Our division mission supports the overarching Fresno State mission to "empower students for success through a transformative education rooted in active service with diverse communities" by implementing the experiential learning model, helping students to expand their perspectives and to prepare holistically for individual, interpersonal, career and societal success.





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Fresno State joins Alpha Alpha Alpha

Fresno State recently established the Kappa Iota Chapter of Alpha Alpha Alpha (also known as Tri-Alpha), a national honor society for first-generation college students that provides mentorship, leadership opportunities, academic and personal resources, and promotes academic excellence. 

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Preview Day welcomes over 3,000 incoming students, awards six scholarships

Nearly 3,600 incoming students from across California gathered for Preview Day at Fresno State on March 16.

Preview Day gives students an opportunity to learn more about the university, their chosen majors and colleges and the resources available to them on campus.

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Staff members mentor students at middle school African American Student Success Conference

Whitney Cambric and Sade Johnson represented Fresno State’s Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at Clovis Unified School District’s annual Middle School African American Student Success Conference...the conference welcomed students from 32 middle schools across the Central Valley, with over 500 students in attendance. 

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Student Success Story: Neuroscience student receives CSU Trustees' Award

At a young age, Ali Fakhrudin Dadawalla was inspired to study the complexities of the human brain after meeting a family friend who had a condition he wasn’t familiar with. Responding to an inquiry from the young Dadawalla about his condition, the man said, “Ali, have you ever heard of Parkinson’s disease? I’m dying and there aren’t any treatments for me right now.”

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