Sonoma State University
Sonoma State University (SSU), also known as CSU Sonoma, is an accredited four-year public university founded in 1960 located on a 220-acre campus in Rohnert Park, California, which is about a 45-mile drive north of San Francisco. Their school mascot name is the "seawolves".
Sonoma State offers more than 60 undergraduate programs for a bachelor's degrees, 21 programs for graduate degrees and 2 curriculums for a doctorate. A majority of students choose their major emphasis in Business/Marketing, Psychology, and Social Sciences.
Famous alumni include offensive lineman for the Dallas Cowboys, Larry Allen.
Sonoma State University has roughly 29,000 students enrolled.
The expenses for attending Sonoma State are: In-state: $4,618 and Out-of-state: $14,788.
The tuition is very manageable as students can further their general education and major manadatory courses in their field of study. However, students may still apply for financial aid to cover their expenses for their classes. Plus, students can get a part-time job, summer seasonal job when school is not in session such as a paid college internship. "College Works Painting California", a nationally recognized company, is one of those kinds of companies students can use to help build their resume or begin a rewarding and prosperous career in the home improvement industry. Students will gain valuable sales experience and management skills, as well as build their organizational and communicational skills as an intern.