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Order fake CSU San Marcos doploma, buy fake California State University diploma, order fake CSU diploma, buy fake CSU San Marcos degree. In 1996, CSU San Marcos received two major gifts: $1 million from Jean and W. Keith Kellogg II, the first of a series of gifts for the Kellogg Library, and a $1.3 million bequest from Lucille Griset Spicer (present by Spicer's siblings Richard H. Griset Sr. and Margaret Griset Liermann) to begin a student loan fund. 
In early 1997, Stacy departed as university president, and Alexander Gonzalez was named interim president. In 1998, the CSU Board of Trustees made Gonzalez permanent president. By 1997, enrollment had grown to 4,400, the faculty had grown to 300 (including part-time instructors), and the university offered 19 bachelor's degrees, 15 teacher credentials, and eight master's degrees. The university also received additional major donations, including a $2.3 million gift from Leonard Evers to establish the Evers Computer Scholarship and a donation from Bob and Ruth Mangrum to build the Mangrum Track & Soccer Field. The university intercollegiate athletics department opened in 1998, and initially consisted of men's and women's golf, cross-country, and track and field. 
Fake CSU San Marcos doploma. A campus "building boom" began, with the Foundation Classroom Buildings opening in December 1996,  University Hall in 1998, Science Hall II and the Arts Building in August 2002, and the University Village Apartments and the nearby M. Gordon Clarke Field House / University Student Union in 2003. The University Village Apartments were the university's first on-campus housing; the new student union, known as "the Clarke," was funded by $1.2 million gift pledged in 1998 by Helene Clarke in honor of her husband. 
In January 2004, the campus' first freestanding library, the five-story, nearly 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2) Kellogg Library, opened. The same year, Karen S. Haynes was named the university's third president, following Gonzalez's departure the year previously, and the university announced that it planned to establish a nursing school. In the fall of 2004, over 7,000 students enrolled.