CSULB was founded in 1949. Today is considered as an outstanding teaching-intensive, research-driven university.|
CSULB was ranked the third Best Public University Value among all of America's public colleges and universities in the The Princeton Review's America's Best Value Colleges, 2007 edition.With more than 34,500 students, CSULB is the 24th largest university in the nation.
CSULB students represent 56 of 58 counties California counties, 46 U.S. and territories and 103 foreign countries.Based on average student fees, offers the 13th most affordable undergraduate education in the United States.More than 215,000 undergraduate and graduate degrees have been awarded by CSULB since its founding.
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