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California State University Stanislaus - Stockton is the satellite campus of California State University Stanislaus (CSUS), located on East Magnolia Street in Stockton, California.

The campus provides upper division and graduate courses leading to baccalaureate and masters degrees, and credentials.

The Bachelor in Arts and Science (Nursing), and Master in Education are awarded. The College of Business Administration of CSUS offers its bachelors and masters degree in Business Administration at the Stockton center.

Known as University Park, the campus, along with its 52 buildings, is located on the 102-acre site of the former Stockton Developmental Center. Acacia Court, a 100-yard-long concrete building, is the main attraction.

The Library Access Center, located in the south wing of the building, serves the research needs of the students, faculty, and staff through its valuable collections and reference materials.

The Student Health Center is a fully accredited outpatient clinic where primary medical care, health education, wellness promotion, and disease prevention are provided.

Also, the campus features a student lounge, exercise room, and several landscaped courtyards for informal gatherings.