Students only began attending class at California State University at San Marcos in 1990, but don’t let its youth fool you; the 20th extension campus of the CSU system already offers over 60 majors at the undergraduate level and over a dozen graduate degrees. It provides fresh perspectives across four distinct colleges (business administration, science and mathematics, humanities, and education/human services) and all but three of its stellar faculty of 200 possess a terminal degree in their fields. As it prides itself on its diversity, less than half of CSU-SM’s students identify themselves as white, and an active international program sees hundreds of students come from China, Japan and Korea, among other locations. The Kellogg Library is a popular on-campus resource, and houses the special Barahona Collection, a cache of thousands of books printed in Spanish for children and young adults. Beyond the classroom, dozens of fun clubs are devoted to everything from trading card games and surfing to American-Indian affairs and environmental preservation. California State University at San Marcos, like America itself, is a true melting pot, rich with opportunity!