California State University San Marcos

Cal State San Marcos' Kellogg Library, overlooking University Hall Plaza (foreground)
A view of the campus from the Sprinter station. To the right is Parking Structure I.

Public university in San Marcos, California.

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San Marcos, California

City in the North County region of San Diego County, California.

The origins and name of San Marcos come from Rancho Vallecitos de San Marcos, a Mexican-era rancho granted in 1840 to Californio ranchero José María Alvarado by his cousin Governor Juan Bautista Alvarado.
Lake San Marcos

It is the site of California State University San Marcos.

San Diego State University

Public research university in San Diego, California.

A landmark building (Hepner Hall) featured in the school's logo
The first graduating class of the opening year of the newly constructed San Diego Normal School.
SDSU's first president, Samuel T. Black in 1905
Aerial view of the campus, roughly from the south
Malcolm A. Love Library and the InfoDome
Tenochca Hall (freshman dorms)
Chapultepec Hall (freshman dorms)
Arts & Letters Building
Marshall Faulk's game ball from the September 14, 1991, game when he ran for an NCAA record 386 yd and scored 44 points
Malcolm Thomas
Viejas Arena is used for the Aztec basketball games, speeches, convocations, and concerts
The front entrance to Love Library
Exercise and Nutritional Sciences building houses SDSU's largest lecture hall (ENS 280) at 512 seats
Campanile Mall looking towards Hepner Hall
The dedication ceremony for a Donal Hord's sculpture, "Aztec" feature in the 1937 Yearbook, Del Sudoeste.
History of San Diego State logos
<center>Jerry Sanders, former Mayor of San Diego and former SDPD Chief of Police</center>
<center>Kevin Faulconer, former Mayor of San Diego
<center>Ellen Ochoa, Director of the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
<center>Ken Calvert U.S. Representative</center>
<center>Marion Ross, Actress
<center>Julie Kavner, Actress and Voice of Marge Simpson
<center>Ricardo Lara eighth California Insurance Commissioner</center>
<center>Roger Benitez, U.S. Federal Judge
Pam Muñoz Ryan American writer for children and young adults
<center>Gregory Peck, Actor</center>
<center>Darren Kavinoky, Lawyer and TV Personality</center>
Lalo Alcaraz cartoonist and author
<center>Merrill McPeak, Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force
<center>Courtney Friel, Los Angeles News Anchor and Fox News Anchor
<center>Kathleen Kennedy, Movie Producer (Jurassic Park, E.T.)
Brian Jones currently serving in the California State Senate
Ben Hueso currently serving in the California State Senate
thumb|Raquel Welch American actress and singer.
Tyler Diep served one term in the California State Assembly
Steve Glazer member of the California State Senate from the 7th Senate District
<center>Tony Gwynn, MLB Hall of Fame</center>
<center>Marshall Faulk, NFL Hall of Fame</center>
<center>Stephen Strasburg, MLB pitcher</center>

SDSU formerly operated a campus in North County (San Diego area), which was later converted into California State University San Marcos.

Mark Hoppus

American singer, musician, songwriter, and record producer.

Hoppus performing in August 2011
Hoppus at age 22 in 1994
Hoppus performing in 2009
Hoppus performing with Blink-182 in 2011
Hoppus performing in 2007
Hoppus performing with Blink-182 in 2011

After he moved to San Diego in 1992 to attend California State University San Marcos, his sister introduced him to Tom DeLonge, and they formed the band Blink-182 with drummer Scott Raynor.

California Collegiate Athletic Association

Collegiate athletic conference at the Division II level of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

A CSUEB soccer player attempting to take the ball from a University of California, San Diego attacker
Location of current members in California

2015 - California State University, San Marcos joined the CCAA, effective in the 2015-16 academic year.

Sprinter (light rail)

Diesel multiple unit hybrid rail route (light rail with some commuter rail features) operating in the North County area of San Diego County between the cities of Escondido and Oceanside, California, United States.

A Sprinter train near College Blvd. in July 2020
A Sprinter train near College Blvd. in July 2020
Sprinter at Oceanside, 2007-11-03.
An image of the Sprinter's middle bogie and articulation system.
A SPRINTER at the NCTD Vista Transit Center
Sprinter vehicle at maintenance shop in Escondido

The line provides service to California State University, San Marcos and Palomar College.

Tiffany van Soest

American Muay Thai kickboxer who competes in the bantamweight division.

Van Soest stopped practicing martial arts for a short time to attend California State University San Marcos where she earned a bachelor's degree in kinesiology, and played on the soccer team for two seasons.

Alexander Gonzalez (businessman)

The 7th president of California State University, Sacramento (Sacramento State), where he began in 2003.

Lord Grenville as Chancellor of the University of Oxford; painting by William Owen

He previously served as president of California State University, San Marcos from 1997–2003 and as provost at California State University, Fresno (Fresno State) from 1991–1997.

W. Ann Reynolds

Zoologist and university administrator who has served as provost of the Ohio State University (1979–1982), chancellor of the California State University (CSU) system (1982–1990), chancellor of the City University of New York (CUNY) (1990–1997), and president of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (1997–2002).

Conrad Gessner (1516–1565). His Historiae animalium is considered the beginning of modern zoology.

During the late 1980s when the CSU system was contemplating a facility in the northern part of San Diego County, she was insistent that it be a full fledged university, California State University San Marcos (CSUSM), rather than a satellite campus of San Diego State University.

Karen S. Haynes

Karen Sue Haynes (born c. 1946) is an American academic and college administrator who previously served as the president of California State University San Marcos.

Bill W. Stacy

American educator and university administrator.

He was the founding president of California State University San Marcos from 1989 to 1997, and served as chancellor of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga from 1997 to 2004.