EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY PARK,
THE PLACE TO BE FOR EDUCATION

University Park’s location and park-like campus setting is a perfect place for education.  Currently, over 2,200 students are uniquely served by various educational providers supplying seamless education from daycare and preschool services through a four-year degree with the CSU Stanislaus Stockton Center.  With University Park’s diverse tenant mix the various schools have the opportunity for their students to interact with higher education, businesses, medical service providers and the local community, providing a very unique learning environment.

The CSU Stanislaus-Stockton Center offers the local student’s an opportunity for higher education in their neighborhood. The campus offers opportunities to earn a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science in over a dozen majors as well as offering several master degree programs.  The Stockton Center provides collaborative initiatives and programs to benefit the community. CSUS provides an opportunity to create a unique environment for learning and to form strategic partnerships with various businesses and organizations in the area and beyond. In partnership with San Joaquin Delta College, CSUS provides an opportunity to create a seamless transition from a Junior College to an undergraduate program. 

Wellness Works partners with CSU Stockton Center and San Joaquin County Mental Health Services to provide a variety of educational services to San Joaquin County CalWORKs participants. This program supports entry into the work world, increases their success as employed citizens, and helps optimize their functionality as individuals, family members, and parents.

The Stockton Unified Health Careers Academy graduates high school students who have been challenged with rigorous college prep curriculum, as well as teaching them health career technical skills. Health Career Academy boasts one of the highest graduation rates in Stockton Unified School District.

Pittman Elementary is a chartered dependent of Stockton Unified School District with advanced programs like the Two-way Bilingual Immersion program, which helps students learn a second language without compromising their first language.

Creative Child Care Inc. offers high-quality care and education services for children aged two and older.

 

DDSO- Alan Short Center was the first program of its kind in the nation. The program utilized visual and performing arts as tools to help adults with developmental disabilities develop and maintain self-esteem and social interaction.

EDUCATION DIRECTORY
CSU Stanislaus-Stockton Campus

612 E. Magnolia Street
Stockton, California 95202
Phone: (209) 467-5300

CSU Stanislaus-Stockton Center

SUSD Health Careers Academy

931 E. Magnolia Street
Stockton, California 95202
Phone: (209) 933-7360

www.stocktonusd.net/HCA

SUSD Pittman Elementary

701 E. Park Street
Stockton, California 95202
Phone: (209) 933-7496

Pittman Elementary website

Creative Child Care Inc.

1105 N. Sacramento Street
Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 939-9270

www.childcarecenter.us

DDSO Alan Short Center

928 E. Rose Street
Stockton, California 95202
Phone: (209) 948-5759

DDSO – Alan Short Center website

Wellnes Works

701 E. Park Street
Stockton, California 95202
Phone: (209) 933-7496

Pittman Elementary website