California State University, San Bernardino's Palm Desert campus first opened in 1985 and moved to its home on Cook Street in 2002. The school is on a quarter system, with most classes lasting 11 weeks. Sixteen degrees and credentials are offered, with 18% of students enrolled in the liberal arts program, 14% in psychology and 10% in nursing. Special programs include the College of Extended Learning and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, for those over the age of 50. The school has a bookstore, library, student health center and theater, as well as an extensive collection of sculptures on display throughout the campus. Students come from across the Coachella Valley, with almost one-quarter percent living in Indio and 15% in Palm Desert.