Founded in 1967, California State University, Fullerton is a public university in Fullerton, California. The university has the largest student body of the 23-campus California State University (CSU) system and currently holds the accreditation of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
Situated in northeast Fullerton along the Orange Freeway, the university's campus is spread across 240 acres. The campus has a number of modern academic and recreational buildings and offers world-class facilities to the students.
The California State University Fullertonacademic departments and programs are organized into four Liberal Arts colleges, viz. College of the Arts, Colleges of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, College of Communications and four vocational colleges, College of Engineering and Computer Science, College of Health and Human Development, Steven Mihaylo College of Business and Economics and College of Education.
The eight colleges offer 109 degrees: 57 bachelor's degrees and 52 graduate degrees, including three doctorates, along with numerous certificate and credential programs in an array of fields like arts, music, theatre, business, economics, communication, advertising, journalism, education, engineering, computer science, health, psychology, science, etc.
The university houses around 41,408 students including more than 1,266 foreign students from across 77 countries and more than 4,000 staff and faculty members (2020). The Titan Student Union features a huge pavilion, food court, small theatre, pub, conference rooms, and a bowling alley. The five-storey University Hall includes faculty offices, spacious classrooms, and student support services.