- Fig Garden
- Campus Pointe
- River Park
- Tower District
California State University, Fresno was founded as Fresno State Normal School in 1911, became a teacher’s college in 1921, and has offered advanced degrees since 1949. Our mascot is the Bulldog. Fresno State is one of the 23 campuses of the California State University, one of the largest systems of higher education in the world. The university is accredited by the California Board of Education and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. It has 26 nationally accredited departmental programs, among the highest number within the CSU system. During the 2011-12 academic year the university enrolled more than 21,500 students, and approximately 4,400 students completed work for bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees by Commencement 2011. 1,100 full- and part-time; 96 percent of the tenured faculty hold doctoral or other terminal degrees in their areas of study. The 388-acre main campus and its 1,011-acre University Farm are located at the northeast edge of Fresno, California, at the foot of the majestic Sierra Nevada mountain range. The surrounding San Joaquin Valley is one of the richest agricultural areas in the world, and Fresno is the fifth largest city in California. The university is within an hour’s drive of many mountain and lake […]
FIVE Restaurant specializes in a California Italian blend of cuisine. Located in the North East Piazza del Fiore shopping center. FIVE Restaurants private dining room, wine room and dining patio is the ideal place for your next event. The best place to end your day and begin your night is at FIVE’s Happy Hour. Join us for a romantic dinner or a night out drinking wine with your friends. Come and experience the engaging atmosphere and energetic ambiance of FIVE.
The Tower Theatre is noted for being one of several suburban theater designs that S. Charles Lee devised to show film industry executives a new look in commercial movie theaters. It was profiled shortly after its completion in a lavishly illustrated article in Motion Picture Herald. As Fresno’s first suburban cinema, The Tower Theatre became the dominant vertical landmark anchoring a loosely-knit collection of shops that had been developing into a lively shopping area since 1923. The theatre was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. Anchored by the theatre, Fresno’s Tower District has seen a booming resurgence with many eclectic restaurants and clubs opening within a four mile radius.
The SkyWalk Extreme Sports Arena : is a cutting-edge entertainment, fitness and sports facility unlike anything you have ever experienced. SkyWalk is the ultimate venue for intense individual workouts, active social outings, memorable birthday parties and competitive team sporting events. Serving Fresno and the Central Valley, SkyWalk is located on Highway 41, just North of RiverPark. SkyWalk is the first facility of its kind in Central California.